Arlington Tech Students and Instructor Partner with NASA Scientists to Present Research at 2024 IEEE Society Symposium

APS and Arlington Tech program students receive an opportunity to present two groundbreaking research papers at the 2024 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium in Athens, Greece.

  • These papers are the result of a partnership between Arlington Tech and NASA researchers and scientists. The collaboration underscores the team’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of innovation and exploration.
  • According to Dr. Ryan Miller, a Dual Enrollment (DE) Physics teacher at the Arlington Tech program, “the international recognition of the team’s research showcases APS and Arlington Tech as valuable leaders in the scientific community. Stay tuned for more updates as we continue to break new ground and inspire the world with our discoveries!”

IEEE Society is the world’s largest technical professional organization. Here are the titles of the two research papers accepted for oral and poster presentation format:“Integrating SnowEx into the 21st century classroom to foster increased STEM interests.” (oral presentation)Utilizing Machine Learning and Anomaly Detection to Detect Skewed SWESARR Data and Understand How Snow Water Equivalent Changes Spatially.(poster presentation)

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