The ResilientAfrica Network (RAN) together with all its partners especially on the Celestini: Uganda Program would like to once again congratulate all the successful candidates of the Celestini: Uganda Program, LoRaWAN Research Support Initiative.
Through the Celestini: Uganda Program, a collaboration of the Marconi Society, Research Education Network of Uganda (RENU), ResilientAfrica Network (RAN), and the Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC), the selected Master’s and Ph.D. students from the participating universities will further explore and use LoRaWAN sensor network technology to address critical community needs. We earlier shared details about this initiative on http://www.ranlab.org/growing-ugandas-next-generation-of-technology-leaders-applications-open-for-cutting-edge-student-training-program
Implementation of the LoRaWAN track of the Celestini: Uganda Program starts today Monday, September 13, 2021, at exactly 4:00 pm EAT with an Introductory Meeting.
See details in the press release shared and accessible on – https://cloud.renu.ac.ug/index.php/s/7UMZvASffrf0MCk
“We wish all the beneficiaries the very best of luck as they further explore and use technology to respond to and propose solutions to address community needs,” said Prof. William Bazeyo, RAN. Chief of Party.