Today’s Spotlight is a slideshow of stills taken from a video by Melanie Gonick/MIT about LLRise.
The Lincoln Laboratory Radar Introduction for Student Engineers (LLRISE) program is a summer workshop teaching students how to build small radar systems. This summer STEM program is a two-week residential project-based enrichment program for outstanding students going into their senior year of high school. Throughout LLRISE students will be challenged to build a Doppler and range radar by using creative problem-solving strategies. This hands-on program allows students to work in a state-of-the-art laboratory with scientists and engineers who are experts in their field.
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