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Hardware Security Research and Education Centers of Excellence open at University of Florida and Ohio State

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Dr. Mark Tehranipoor, Ph.D. (UF) and Dr. Waleed Khalil, Ph.D. (Ohio State), co-directors of the CYAN and MEST Centers of Excellence Dr. Mark Tehranipoor, Ph.D. (UF) and Dr. Waleed Khalil, Ph.D. (Ohio State), co-directors of the CYAN and MEST Centers of Excellence Gainesville, Florida/Columbus, Ohio – The Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering at the University of Florida and The Ohio …

He came to Florida as an international student; he stayed as an entrepreneur who is making a positive impact on the Florida economy.

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Kaustubh Kale is a remarkable example of an international student who came from India to study for a Master’s Degree at UF on a full scholarship, then stayed on in Florida to start up his own company that is now well on a path to boost the state’s economy with new investment capital and new high-tech jobs. After finishing double …

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31 Faculty Awarded University Term Professorships

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The University Term Professorship was established in 2016 and is presented to 250 eligible faculty members annually. Selection of University Term Professorships is based on an assessment of academic accomplishment by either a faculty advisory committee and/or the department chair and approved by the dean. Each award runs for 3 years and provides a $5,000/year salary supplement to the awardee. …

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UF Professor Teams With Google To Present Phishing Insights At Black Hat

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This article is written by Rob Pegoraro and originally published on Fast Company. You should feel cranky about all the phishing emails you get. Because getting your brain in a grumpy gear will elevate the odds of your not getting fooled by the next phony invitation to log into your account. At a briefing Wednesday evening at the Black Hat …

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Engineering Professor Mark Law honored as Distinguished Teaching Scholar

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Each year the Academy of Distinguished Teaching Scholars (ADTS) honors University of Florida’s exceptional teaching and scholarship accomplishments by inducting into its membership faculty who have demonstrated sustained innovation and commitment in both areas. Professor Mark Law, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering in the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering has been honored as a 2019-2020 inductee. Professor Law …

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UF Engineer Joel Harley, Ph.D. Leads Research To Improve Efficiency of Solar Power Grids

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Joel Harley, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at UF, is working with scientists at the University of Utah and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory to develop and commercialize a new sensor that would quickly detect a problem and its location on a large solar grid.

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Codebreaking Is Elementary With Help From UF Engineer

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UF engineering professor Dr. Swarup Bhunia, Director of the Warren B. Nelms Institute of the Connected World and Sachio Semmoto professor, is collaborating with Dr. Pavlo Antonenko, professor in the College of Education, to develop an online program that can be used to teach upper elementary school students how to use basic cryptography in an engaging way that will help them to read and write better and also become interested in engineering.