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Fox named first AGU Fellow in InformaticsFox named first AGU Fellow in Informatics
July 28, 2015
Prof. Peter Fox named as American Geophysical Union Fellow. Today the the 2015 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Class of Fellows were announced. Being elected a Union Fellow is a tribute to those AGU members who have made exceptional contributions to Earth and space sciences as valued by their peers and vetted by section and focus group committees. This honor is bestowed on only 0.1% of the membership in any given year. Fox is the first AGU fellow in the Earth and Space Science Informatics section. https://eos.org/agu-news/2015-class-of-agu-fellows-announced RPI news release to follow.
Tetherless World Students Set to Participate in Internships Across the CountryTetherless World Students Set to Participate in Internships Across the Country
June 4, 2012
Every summer students go out into the world to gain more experience and make new connections.
Here are some of the exciting opportunities TWC students are taking part in.



Undergraduate Students
  • Alexei Bulazel - First ever Data.gov intern
  • Alvin Lee - DNS Engineer at Comcast
  • Stephen McAuliffe - Tetherless World Constellation, Semantic eScience Framework
  • Ali Nendick - Tetherless World Constellation, Semantic eScience Framework
Graduate Students
  • Evan Patton - Qualcomm Corporate R&D systems Engineering Intern
  • Eric Rozell - Microsoft Research Intern
  • Jin Guang Zheng - DC
  • Linyun Fu - GE
  • Ping Wang - Amazon - Software Dev. Engineer
  • Benno Lee - NASA
  • Thiru Manikandakumarasamy - Bank of America
  • Sapan Shah - Barclays
Faculty, Staff, and Students to represent TWC at AGU's Fall Meeting 2010Faculty, Staff, and Students to represent TWC at AGU's Fall Meeting 2010
December 11, 2010
Professors Peter Fox and Deborah L. McGuinness, along with staff members Patrick West, Stephan Zednik, and Cynthia Chang and students Eric Rozell and Evan Patton, will be representing the Tetherless World Constellation at the American Geophysical Union's 2010 Fall Meeting. TWC will have seven presentations and three posters, and will be representing a poster by their Australian collaborators at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization on the SWaMP project.