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  • Writer's pictureMorgan Vigil-Hayes

Congrats to Robin--a CANIS Lab milestone!

I am happy to announce that Md Ashiqul "Robin" Amin successfully defended his Masters thesis, "WOLFF: A LoRa-based Network Architecture to Extend Internet Service in Remote Areas." Robin is the very first CANIS Lab member to successfully complete a Masters thesis. We are proud of you, Robin, and we look forward to the next steps you will take in your career!

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