The hurricane research team deployed weather stations to collect data as Irma made landfall along Florida’s southwest coast.
UF engineering professor Kristy Boyer’s latest NSF project uses intelligent virtual agents to study and foster collaboration skills in elementary school students.
The dedicated space will be used by Gator Engineers at the State College of Florida and is part of the Innovation Station initiative.
Benjamin Keselowsky, Ph.D., an associate professor in the J. Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering, will collaborate with UF Health to pursue a multiple sclerosis vaccine.
UF Engineering research featured on the cover of Scientific Advances.
Karim Oweiss, Ph.D. and Kevin Otto, Ph.D., will study how cranial nerve stimulation can be used to accelerate learning.
UF Human Centered Computing students solve for safety with “Virtual Traffic Stop.”
UF’s new Warren B. Nelms Institute for the Connected World will focus on security and the Internet of Things, or “IoT.”
Department of Defense is investing in next-generation tissue & organ manufacturing capabilities pioneered by our engineering faculty
Juan Claudio Nino will work with the State Department to evaluate domestic and international energy needs and identify more secure, renewable, and efficient energy options.