This site was created for the 2008 Computing Research Association-Women Distributed Mentor Project (CRA-W DMP). Kelly Chang's CRA-W DMP experience ran through the summer of 2008 from June 23rd to August 29th. It was a unique ten weeks, and she was glad that the members of CRA-W gave her the opportunity to participate.

The image above is a photo of some of the sensor motes Kelly was able to work with during the summer. The blue motes are the T-mote sky motes, and the green motes are the Mica2 motes. The T-mote sky motes are able to sense temperature, humidity and two types of light: photosynth-active radiation and total solar radiation. The Mica2 motes are more versatile than the T-mote sky; they have a wide range of sensors from light to barometric pressure to GPS.

Please use the links below to navigate the site.

About Kelly
About Her Mentor
About the Research
Work Journal
Other Activities
Report on the Research

Last Updated: September 15th, 2008