An international patent attorney and a biomedical entrepreneur will serve as chair and vice chair. Both are Gator Engineers.
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering professor Z. Hugh Fan was recognized by the American Association for Advancement of Science for his contributions to the field of microfluidics.
W. Kent Fuchs, Ph.D., will help shape National Science Foundation priorities and advise the President and Congress on policies related to science and engineering.
Profs. Gilbert & Daily among first awarded in new NSF program aimed to make STEM fields more inclusive
Research includes building robots that can traverse high radiation environments and pinpointing ideal materials for constructing nuclear reactors.
Under the direction of “Bala” Balachandar, UF’s Institute for Computational Engineering will contribute to the multidisciplinary university research initiative.
Dean Abernathy received the “Campus Leaders Who Care” award for improving safety standards in higher education.
Key selection factors included academic reputation, student satisfaction, total cost, and average early career salary.
by Abigail Eisenstadt, contributing writer Jason Weaver, a distinguished professor at the University of Florida’s chemical engineering department, has been appointed as a Fellow of the American Vacuum Society. AVS is known for their dedication to the advancement in fields of study ranging from chemistry to engineering, with their main focus concerning surface, interface, and processing technology. This AVS Fellow …
An aerospace graduate student from the University of Florida has been selected to participate in the 66th annual Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting. Sahadeo Ramjatan, who studies thermal sciences and fluid dynamics, will travel to Germany at the end of June for the event. Once a year, 30–40 Nobel Laureates convene in Lindau and meet with the top 400 scholars and …