Jameson, Qureshi Receive Fellowship Awards

 

February 18, 2010

ECE master's students Andrew Jameson and Aneeb Qureshi have received fellowship awards from DRS Signal Solutions Inc. The competitive awards, each $6,500, recognize students with a GPA of 3.0 or above who are interested in communication systems, signal processing, embedded systems or analog/microwave circuit radio design.

Jameson, a student in the Professional Master's Program, is concentrating his studies on wireless networks and embedded systems. The Hagerstown, Md., native anticipates graduating this winter and will seek a full-time position once he's completed his academic work at Carnegie Mellon.

Qureshi, from Fairfax, Va., is in the final semester of the department's Integrated Master's/Bachelor's (IMB) program. During his time on campus, he's focused much of his coursework on signal processing, and has served as a teaching assistant for the Digital Communication and Signal Processing Systems Design course. After graduation in May, Qureshi will join Northrop Grumman's Future Technical Leaders program.

DRS Signal Solutions, headquartered in Parsippany, N.J., is a world leader in high-performance, "open architecture" tactical SIGINT tuners, receivers, data recorders and geolocation systems. The company's products and systems support a variety of SIGINT missions such as survey, collection and geolocation. For more on DRS Signal Solutions, visit www.drs-ss.com.

Andrew Jameson (left) and Aneeb Qureshi (right) have received fellowship awards from DRS Signal Solutions Inc.