Research & Innovation News
Kevin Butler and his team at the Florida Institute for Cybersecurity Research help companies stymie hackers’ use of ghost commands.
UF engineers at the Florida Institute for Cybersecurity Research have developed a device to detect counterfeit pills.
UF engineers are developing big data and machine learning tools to fuel the next industrial revolution.
UF cybersecurity expert Daniela Oliveira teams up with UF psychologist to protect senior citizens from social engineering email scams.
UF engineering professor Daisy Zhe Wang helps to bring order out of chaos with support from DARPA grant.
Using sensors and IoT, Prabir Barooah, associate professor in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, is testing personal comfort nodes, or PCNs, to optimize energy use for buildings.
I-STREET, the real-life smart traffic testbed led by UF engineers, deploys the Internet of Things to shape the future of smart transportation.
UF engineers at the Multi-functional Integrated System Technology (MIST) Center are developing “roots” or hardware technology for smart systems.
Nuclear engineering faculty Assel Aitkaliyeva is among 54 university scientists selected for significant research funding.
From tiny sensors to worldwide connections, UF engineering faculty are at the forefront of Internet of Things (IoT) research.