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UF is First U.S. University to Acquire NVIDIA DGX A100 System, Advancing AI Initiative
Moving forward on its sweeping vision to transform the future of education through artificial intelligence (AI), the University of Florida is collaborating with technology company NVIDIA to acquire the world’s most advanced AI system to boost the performance of UF’s powerful supercomputer.
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UF Mobilizes Campus, Exactech Expertise to Make Vital COVID-19 Nasal Swabs
Gainesville ortheopaedic implant maker Exactech is working with Forrest J. Masters, Ph.D., P.E., a professor and the associate dean for research and facilities at UF’s Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering, and UF’s Marston Science Library to make 100,000 swabs for UF Health.
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COVID-19 Research Roundup
Gator engineers are shaping the future of things that are vital to society as we traverse the COVID-19 pandemic landscape: reliable testing, contact tracing methods, protection for healthcare workers, predictive models for efficient healthcare operations, and many other necessities
Scott Pressly (B.S. CHE ’90)
Gator100 Celebrates “Fastest Growing Gator Companies”
In addition to many other Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering alumni who made the list, Scott Pressly (B.S. CHE ’90) was honored with the S. Clark Butler Pinnacle Award, which recognizes an established business leader who has shown sustained excellence and leadership.
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$15M Technology Transition Center Celebrates Virtual Kickoff
The joint center aims to harness the expertise of both FICS Research and Edaptive Computing to build a comprehensive set of technologies that can be used by designers and security engineers to ensure the security and trust of microelectronics.
Christopher Batich, Ph.D., and Christine Schmidt, Ph.D.
Two UF Engineers Chosen for Florida Inventors Hall of Fame
Two current University of Florida faculty members from the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering are among a group of eight distinguished inventors who will be inducted into the Florida Inventors Hall of Fame this year.
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Career Services for Engineering Alumni
We are still here to help you! During your time as a student, the Career Connections Center worked towards providing you with connection and opportunity and we are committed to continuing this effort. As a valued alum you have access to services including Gator CareerLink, UF career fairs, and individual career planning sessions.
Professional Development – 100% Online
The courses in our online Credential Builders for Engineers Short Course Program are designed with working professionals in mind! They are available 100% online tailored to career advancement with a shorter time commitment than typical semester-based programs. Students can expect weekly engagement with faculty.
Engineering Recovery Fund
As people gradually return to the UF campus, we would like to call on your support to help bring their labs back online with equipment repairs and supply replenishments, and to help students whose work has been adversely affected by disruption caused by COVID-19. Be a part of the Engineering Recovery process.