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MAE students simulate cow digestion for interdisciplinary learning experience

In Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, News, Student SpotlightBy Emily HindsStory originally published on MAE News

ME Capstone students are collaborating with Dr. Antonio Faciola, an associate professor of animal sciences at UF’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS), to redesign legacy cow digestion simulators pivotal for ruminant nutrition research. This interdisciplinary partnership leverages the Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Department’s EML4502 course, taught by senior lecturer Dr. Matthew J. Traum.

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UF researchers evaluate academic performance of chatbots

In AI University, Department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering, In the Headlines, NewsBy Leah BulettiStory originally published on UF Health News

A study by UF researchers highlights the need for more evaluation for trustworthiness and accuracy before OpenAI’s ChatGPT responses can be used as reference resources. Kiley Graim, Ph.D., an assistant professor in CISE, was a coauthor.

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Strengthening the University of Florida’s national security and defense research program

In AI University, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Featured, News, President's InitiativeBy Harry MonkhorstStory originally published on ECE Florida News

When people hear the words “national security,” their minds might quickly go to three-initialed agencies, clandestine operations, and men in dark suits wearing earpieces. But Damon Woodard, Ph.D., director of the Florida Institute for National Security (FINS) at the University of Florida, envisions something different: jobs and research.

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Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering to play key role in groundbreaking Laser Interferometer Space Antenna mission

In Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, ICYMI, In the Headlines, NewsBy Simon Barke and Emily HindsStory originally published on UF News

Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering, in partnership with NASA, is making a significant contribution to the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) mission. UF is the only academic institution in the United States to be awarded a contract to develop hardware that will fly on the LISA mission.