ARMMED Lab Director will join Morgan as participants in the National Effort to Build Secure Smart Homes
A project funded by NSF Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace Frontiers program awarded $10 million to a team of 7 institutions to research the privacy and security of smart homes.
Cyber-Spectrum Collaborative Research Environment (C-SCoRE) Scholarship Program for ROTC Cadets now at Morgan State
The ARMMED Lab in collaboration with the Georgia Technology Research Institute is pleased to announce scholarships available for ROTC cadets. These scholarships cover stipend and summer assistantship support for cadets interested in learning and receiving research training on cyber topics. Scholarships are still available. Contact Dr. Michel Kornegay via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Michel Kornegay Participates on Keysight Technologies Webinar: Professors Talk Education in the New Norm
Dr. Michel Kornegay shares how Morgan State's microwave engineering curriculum prepares students to become industry-ready for careers in the RF field and discusses the implementation of Keysight's remote laboratory solutions for Morgan State junior-level electronics course in response to fully online instruction.
Drs. Kornegay Interview on Shift5 Live Podcast ' CREAM of the CROP'
Drs. Kevin and Michel Kornegay discusses how to effectively recruit, develop and retain students in cyber areas within the Center for Reverse Engineering and Assured Microelectronics (CREAM) at Morgan State University.
Keysight Technologies Provide Software and Equipment Donation to ARMMED Lab
Keysight Technologies, Inc. recently donated nearly $75k in state-of-the-art electronic measurement equipment to Drs. Kevin and Michel Kornegay, professors within the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Morgan State University. The in-kind equipment gift enables students traditionally underrepresented in STEM fields to receive hands-on training in microwave measurement and analysis of IoT-enabled systems.
Keysight Technologies Support ARMMED 2021 Summer Program
Keysight Technologies R & D at Budd Lake, NJ, sponsored two Morgan State students in the ARMMED Summer Lab Program. The students used an Arduino and Raspberry Pi boards to access music from a streaming service.
M. Kornegay gives talk at the Coffee with Women in Technology (WIT) and Black Employees Matter (BEM) Event at Tektronix
Dr. Michel Kornegay was the featured speaker at the WIT and BEM event at Tektronix in February 2021. She talked about ARMMED research, particularly projects to enable front-end electronics for 6G applications and more recent work in RF Fingerprinting for secure device identification.
Morgan State University ARMMED Lab Wins AFRL Minority Leader RCP
Morgan State University's ARMMED laboratory won a new $100K grant. Seed grant to support technology development of smart environments.
NSA/NSF Award for the GenCyber Females are Cyber Stars (FACS) Summer Camp 2021
Dr. Michel Kornegay receives the GenCyber grant to provide a summer cybersecurity camp experience for girls who attend Baltimore Public Middle Schools. The goals of the GenCyber program are to ignite, sustain, and increase awareness of K-12 cybersecurity content and career opportunities in cyber.
NSF EARs Award
Collaborative Research: EARS: Broadband Mobile Wireless Access Using mm-Waves Bands Beyond 100 GHz
NSF Subaward - Trustworthy Health and Wellness (THAW)
A project sub-award funded by the NSF Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace Program. This work involves technology development in collaboration with a Dartmouth-lead team to address RF-level security and privacy issues with medical devices.
Tektronix In-Kind Donation to ARMMED Laboratory
Tektronix recently donated $50k to the ARMMED laboratory. The gift enables the support of student recruitment and training in RF microwave microwave research, measurement, test and evaluation of electronics.