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The Intelligent Diagnostics IGERT Program

Northeastern University (NU) and the University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez (UPRM) partner to address the acute national need for experts in intelligent diagnostics by supporting doctoral students who participate as IGERT Fellows. Interested students who are not Fellows are welcome to participate in IGERT activities, courses, and seminars. We seek to bridge the wide disciplinary gap between sophisticated sensing techniques on one hand, and engineering diagnostics on the other, by training professionals to have a thorough understanding of problem domain and solution methodologies, as well as economic, management and public aspects of intelligent diagnostics. Students will learn how to ask the right technological questions, find fitting answers, and work on state of the art research projects and address questions of policy with faculty mentors. A suite of experimental TestBEDs at NU and UPRM will be integrated into the educational curriculum and research. Access to several system level field sites is available through international and domestic partners.

See About IGERT-ID for more information about the different research and education components. A printable flyer is also available.

See the Press Release Northeastern University awarded $9 Million from the National Institute of Standards and Technology to develop novel sensing technology. Also, see NIST releases for a review of all awards at NIST TIP 2008 Awards.

See the Press Release Northeastern University Awarded $3 Million to Train "Diagnostic Engineers" for Aging Civil Infrastructures.

Also, see article in the NUVoice.

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