Autonomy Technology Research (ATR)
Center Summer Program
Join Students From Universities Nationwide!
30+ UniversitiesParticipated In 2018
Competitive Pay • FreeHousing • Travel To AndFrom Dayton
What is the ATR Center Summer Program?
- Collaborative research experience for students, professors, industry, and government.
- Solving Air Force problems in sensing and autonomy technologies, including sensor processing and exploitation; object tracking and recognition; navigation and more.
- Work with an Air Force mentor at Wright State University, or nearby Wright Patterson Air Force Base, and have access to outstanding computing resources, measurement and modeling tools, and data.
- Organized activities for ATR Center participants, including day trips to amusement parks, canoeing, hiking, Celtic Fest and Dayton Air Show.
How will students benefit from the ATR Center Summer Program?
Students at all levels undertake well-planned projects that extend and apply their technical skills. Interns interact with other students, university faculty, and Air Force mentors to improve communication skills through presentations and documentation. Their summer accomplishments enhance their education and provide relevant technical experience for future work.
Dr. Donald R. Reising, Ph.D.
Electrical Engineering Department