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FICS Researchers Patent “Universal Testing Technique” to Detect Counterfeit Chips

In Carousel, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, In the Headlines, News, Research & Innovation, Security

This story was originally published on the ECE news website. An article recently published in the Academic Times profiled exciting new technology patented by researchers at the Florida Institute for Cybersecurity (FICS) Research which promises a new way to detect recycled (previously used) and counterfeit electronic parts, especially chips. The technology created by ECE Associate Professor Domenic Forte and ECE Associate Professor …

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Celebrating Black History — Charles M. Lovings (BSEE ‘68)

In Alumni Spotlight, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Interview by Curtis Taylor, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Student Affairs In celebration of Black History Month, the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering is honored to recognize Charles M. Lovings, who broke barriers as the first African American to graduate with an engineering degree from the University of Florida (UF). He graduated in 1968 with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering …

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Tehranipoor Honored at Virtual Standing InnOvation Event (UF Innovate)

In Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Honors & Awards, News

Mark Tehranipoor, Ph.D., Intel Charles E. Young Preeminence Endowed Chair Professor in Cybersecurity in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, and director of FICS, leads a team of hardware and software engineers who have developed a superior reputation for securing electronics for government and industry. Dr. Tehranipoor received recognition at the virtual Standing InnOvation Awards for his group’s work on Nimbis …

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FICS Research Receives $7.8M to Help Make On-Chip Security Pervasive

In Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Featured, News, Research & Innovation

Florida Institute for Cybersecurity (FICS) Research has announced a collaboration with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) on a program called Automated Implementation of Secure Silicon (AISS). The grant has the broad goal of making scalable on-chip security pervasive throughout industry and military applications.