Research stay at Georgia Tech

Jennifer Simonjan completed her PhD on Resource-efficient and Resilient Self-Calibration in Distributed Visual Sensor Networks in fall 2019. On January 15th of this year she started her seven-month research stay at the Broadband Wirless Networking Lab at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. Her research project on “Nanoscale Sensor Networks” was supported by a grant from the Marshall Plan Foundation.

After two months during which she was able to work in the laboratory, the corona crisis struck: Since then, Jennifer Simonjan has been in the home office in Atlanta and tries to make the best of the situation. In a chat interview, she reports on her experiences (only available in German).

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