COVID-19 Research Roundup
Gator engineers are shaping the future of things that are vital to society as we traverse the COVID-19 pandemic landscape: reliable testing, contact tracing methods, protection for healthcare workers, predictive models for efficient healthcare operations, and many other necessities. Take a glance at what we are doing and how you can help, and check back often for updates and to see new solutions we are creating.
Research & Innovation News
Gator engineers are shaping the future of things that are vital to society as we traverse the COVID-19 pandemic landscape.
The joint center aims to harness the expertise of both FICS Research and Edaptive Computing to build a comprehensive set of technologies that can be used by designers and security engineers to ensure the security and trust of microelectronics.
Piyush Jain, Ph.D., CHE, has been working on a test for the novel coronavirus that can be administered at home in less than 30 minutes.
UF engineering professor Forrest Masters, Ph.D., began a collaborative effort between campus labs to produce protective gear for underequipped hospitals.
Saeed Moghaddam, Ph.D., Knox T. Millsaps Professor, MAE, along with industry and organizational partners, has received a $1.89M grant from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to develop a breakthrough cooling and heating system.