UF professor emeritus Erich Farber, internationally acclaimed for his work in the field of solar energy, passed away on April 9, 2017.
Computer Graphics pioneer and University of Florida Professor Emeritus Dr. John Staudhammer has died. He was a noted American Electrical Engineer and devoted educator.
Lamar Miller, University of Florida professor of environmental engineering sciences, passed away on January 1, 2017. He was 81. Miller spent 13 years at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency where he was science advisor to the Assistant Administrator for Enforcement and Director of Hazardous Waste Enforcement in Washington, D.C. He joined the faculty at UF as a professor in the …
Professor Emeritus Kalman, a long-time mentor at UF, was awarded the National Medal of Science for his development of the Kalman filter.
The UF Distinguished Alumnus was respected around the world for his environmental engineering designs and ethics.
A celebration at the Florida Museum of Natural History will honor the life of the UF Professor Emeritus and inventor of Bioglass – the world’s first man-made material to bond with living tissues.
“He served the college, the university, and the Florida university system in so many capacities, always with selfless distinction.” – Dean Abernathy
Former associate dean of engineering helped start what is now the CISE department.
“Dr. Dean was known around the world for his coastal engineering research and beach nourishment techniques.”
Professor Kevin W. Powers passed away on January 15, 2015. He was 63. Dr. Powers was the site director of the National Science Foundation’s Center for Particulate and Surfactant Systems (CPaSS) at UF, and the associate director for the R&D facilities at UF’s Particle Engineering Research Center (PERC). He also taught particle technology, thermodynamics, and engineering design and was a …
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