And a $50 million gift to catalyze a $300 million transformation.
Engineering students at the University of Florida are pushing the edge of what’s possible with Brain-Computer Interface technology. Featured in The New York Times, ABC News, Yahoo News and more.
On May 1, we are celebrating the first graduating class of the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering. View streaming links, schedule, venue information and more.
Awards highlight interdisciplinary research in computer science, biomedical and coastal engineering.
In a recent editorial, UF robotics expert Riccardo Bevilacqua explores the role of human dependence in autonomous systems.
Jenn Gustetic (MAE ’05) has played a key role in fostering innovation at NASA and the White House
Dean Cammy Abernathy was recognized at UF’s Women’s History Month celebration for her commitment to diversity and inclusion.
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The first physical extension office of the Florida Engineering Experiment Station, or FLEXStation, will help grow the state's role in the global innovation economy.
Congratulations to the first class of the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering! Our newest graduates are truly ready to transform the future.
Using UF's supercomputer, engineers are able to scale up hurricane wind models, predict infrastructure durability, prevent the loss of lives – and save communities.
In the emerging Internet of Things, sensors are making many of our everyday objects "smart." Domenic Forte is a hardware expert on our cybersecurity team who wants those smart objects to remain safe.