NJTC Summer Research Program

Kirusa, the leader in voice messaging and social media mobile apps in emerging markets, announced that two of its interns have tied for first place in the NJTC Summer Research Program.Students working or interning across the state were selected by the NJ Tech Council to share their projects with the council.

The program featured submissions by university students and graduate researchers on the work that they have done during the summer in the fields of Communications, Electronics, Environment & Energy, Information Technology, and Life Sciences.

After hearing the presentations, the audience chose the two winners via a secret ballot. Both the winning students, Rohan Alur, from the University of Pennsylvania, and Pulkita Dua, from Carnegie Mellon University, were interns from Kirusa.

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