Graduate Student Eric Naglich receives National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship.

Graduate Student Eric Naglich
Graduate Student Eric Naglich
The award provides three years of graduate research funding. Last year only 20 awards were given in the area of electrical engineering across the country.

Graduate Student Eric Naglich has received the National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship. This award provides three years of graduate research funding and is highly competitive. Last year there were only 20 given in the area of electrical engineering throughout the country. Eric is working on tunable RF systems to dynamically adapt to the wireless environment. His work promises to have both commercial and military impact on the ability to efficiently use the electromagnetic spectrum. Eric is supervised by Professor William Chappell.