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Graduate Education

Rob Streeter

M.S. in Electrical Engineering

Education History:

B.S. Electrical Engineering, Univ. of Wyoming, 2011
B.S. Computer Engineering, Univ. of Wyoming, 2011

Research Project:

I study analog signal processing and optics as they apply to a bio-inspired machine vision sensor based on the vision system of the common housefly.

 Why I chose UW for graduate education:

I did three years of undergraduate research at UW in the NSF-EPSCoR program and transitioning into grad school on the same project (with the jump-start program as well) was too great an opportunity to pass up.  The exceptional faculty I work with kept me attracted to UW too.

 Current position and future goals:

I'm currently a NSF GK12 EE-Nanotechnology Fellow in my second year of funding.  I want to continue my education and complete a PhD in order to gain a professorship.  I feel that, in order to more completely benefit my future students, I need to work in industry after completing my education.  The real-world experience would bring a powerful element to the classroom.

Advice for potential future students considering UW:

Time management is key.  Devote yourself to your studies and academic work, but then equally devote your time and energies to personal pursuits.  In the words of Mark Twain, "[d]on't let schooling interfere with your education."  Be happy with who you are.  If you're not happy about it, change it.  You're the only person that can do that.

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Rob Streeter

Rob Streeter, University of Wyoming electrical engineering graduate student
Devote yourself to your studies and academic work, but then equally devote your time and energies to personal pursuits. In the words of Mark Twain, "[d]on't let schooling interfere with your education."
Rob Streeter, University of Wyoming graduate student, explains his research project
Equipment used in Rob's research allows him to study analog signal processing and optics as they apply to a bio-inspired machine vision sensor based on the vision system of the common housefly.

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