David P. Arnold, ECE, Benjamin J. Fregly, MAE, and My T. Thai, CISE, were named UF Research Foundation Professors for 2016-2019.
Jose C. Principe, a distinguished professor of electrical engineering, was named a recipient of the 2016 Southeastern Conference (SEC) Faculty Achievement Award. These annual awards recognize faculty members from SEC universities who have outstanding records in teaching, research and scholarship. Principe’s area of expertise is in adaptive dynamical systems, computational intelligence and machine learning with applications to brain dynamics, computational …
Researchers in UF’s Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering such as Domenic Forte are developing new ways to keep us safe and secure in our increasingly digital lives.
The first annual conference of the Florida Institute for Cybersecurity Research coincided with White House announcement of $19B cybersecurity plan.
UF was selected to build a prototype for a high speed transportation concept proposed by SpaceX & Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
Mark Law is a Gator Engineering professor and the director of the UF Honors Program…but deep down, he’s just a guy who wants to sing you a big warm “Hello!”
Electrical engineering design projects help the physically disabled to create music and improve unmanned search and rescue missions.
With their development of a smart mouth guard that dentists can use to diagnose and treat teeth grinding, a team of University of Florida students representing the United States took a second-place prize in the 2015 International Contest of Application in Nano-micro Technology (iCAN). The technology is patent-pending under the guidance of UF’s Office of Technology and Licensing. Its design …
Dr. Rizwan Bashirullah, ECE, hopes to develop new neural interface technology so that patients can operate a prosthetic limb almost as naturally as a real one.
Jose Principe and Hans van Oostrom are two of four professors around campus being recognized for their distinguished achievements.