Following Team GatorWings’ initial top-ten showing at Phase 1 of the DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge (SC2) in 2017, the team came in fifth place overall in the second preliminary event in the competition.
A UF ECE team has won the first-ever Dell EMC AI Challenge, a competition created to demonstrate the application of AI technologies in technical and business problems.
Using a novel system of custom-fabricated soil sensors, drones, and a wireless network, William Eisenstadt is part of a team of researchers aiming to reduce the amount of excess nitrogen fertilizer that makes its way into the water supply.
It was revealed this week that widely-deployed servers manufactured by SuperMicro had been found to contain motherboards which had been modified at the factory.
A team of ECE Florida graduate students has emerged as finalists at the first ever Dell EMC AI challenge.
Dr. Swarup Bhunia and his team have developed a way to instantly detect counterfeit pills.
On the third floor of Benton Hall, Dr. Yier Jin and his students have built a massive, interconnected virtual city out of Lego bricks which will be used to further research in the area of IoT and cybersecurity.
After the initial announcement of the launch of the National Science Foundation (NSF) Center for Big Learning (CBL), things really got underway with the kickoff meeting May 31 and June 1.
The Interdisciplinary Microsystems Group (IMG) focuses on micro- and nano-systems for healthcare, energy, security, aerospace, transportation, consumer electronics, and other industries.
Hardware security made news in the worst way possible last month with the announcement that two CPU bugs, nicknamed Spectre and Meltdown, leave virtually every modern computer, smartphone, tablet and PC vulnerable to malicious attack. FICS members are actively working on initiatives related to Spectre and Meltown, showing their global expertise in the field.