HOST 2016 will include a special session which allows students and faculty to present tech-transfer based research through a hands-on hardware demonstration. A set of booths configured with tables and easels will be provided to allow students to set up laptops and small hardware configurations, such as FPGAs, RFID readers, power supplies, etc. A one-hour session dedicated to hardware demonstrations will be scheduled into the program. Hardware demos can also be carried out between sessions during coffee breaks and before and after lunch and evening receptions. Students are required to assemble and display a poster which will serve to illustrate concepts and more extensive results beyond what is possible using the on-site hardware configuration.In order to participate:
The students selected to do hardware demonstrations may be able to apply for HOST travel grants.
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