Anchor Biologics is a collaboration of UF biomedical engineering researchers that aim to create a new treatment for inflammatory diseases.
UF-led Consortium Selected To Pioneer New Autonomy Capabilities For U.S. Combat ResourcesRead Story
Celebrating outstanding students, faculty and staff from the UF Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering.
Professor Domenic Forte, a member of UF’s Florida Institute for Cybersecurity (FICS) Research, will develop digital fingerprint for electronic systems Safeguarding electronic hardware is a critically important issue for everyone – from the manufacturers of smart phones to the military ensuring the safety of its electronics. The Army Research Office (ARO) has awarded Domenic Forte, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of …
UF honors 40 successful alumni at Orange & Blue football game, including three engineers.
Each year the Academy of Distinguished Teaching Scholars (ADTS) honors University of Florida’s exceptional teaching and scholarship accomplishments by inducting into its membership faculty who have demonstrated sustained innovation and commitment in both areas. Professor Mark Law, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering in the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering has been honored as a 2019-2020 inductee. Professor Law …
Three Engineering Faculty Named UF Research Foundation Professors for 2019-2022Read Story
Celebrating the University of Florida’s Spring 2019 engineering graduates.
Joel Harley, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at UF, is working with scientists at the University of Utah and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory to develop and commercialize a new sensor that would quickly detect a problem and its location on a large solar grid.
UF engineering professor Dr. Swarup Bhunia, Director of the Warren B. Nelms Institute of the Connected World and Sachio Semmoto professor, is collaborating with Dr. Pavlo Antonenko, professor in the College of Education, to develop an online program that can be used to teach upper elementary school students how to use basic cryptography in an engaging way that will help them to read and write better and also become interested in engineering.