This summer, ECE is hosting two workshops and a research opportunity, all designed especially for international students. The workshops are perfect for students interested in UF’s graduate program. Both workshops aim to help international students to gain theoretical knowledge, develop research ideas and skills, and improve their chances for successful application to US graduate schools.
The senior design expo for the fall semester was held Friday, Dec. 7.
Newly minted CpE Advisor Chip Johnson is no stranger to the rigors of a top-ranked academic institution—he once stayed at a Holiday Inn Express.
Machine Intelligence Lab (MIL) students are looking for assistance in getting to Hawaii to defend their Maritime RobotX World Championship.
Somehow, in the midst of her rigorous EE coursework, Morgan Thomas finds the time to serve as the electrical design lead for Generational Relief in Prosthetics (GRiP), a student group which provides 3D-printed custom-designed video game controllers to people with limb differences.
PhD student Francesco Pittaluga has received a Microsoft Dissertation Grant for his dissertation, “Privacy Preserving Computational Cameras.”
A team of ECE Florida graduate students has emerged as finalists at the first ever Dell EMC AI challenge.
Students and professionals alike will be able to become experts in the field of hardware security beginning in January 2019 with the launch of ECE Florida’s new Hardware and Systems Security (HSS) certificate.
UF students and faculty will have the opportunity of attending a five-day immersive course teaching the fundamentals of LabView, June 25-29 in the New Engineering Building (NEB). The course normally costs $3500 but will be offered for free to UF students.
The Spring Senior Design Expo for 2018, held on April 26, was a rousing success. Senior Design students began the day showcasing their projects in the NEB Lobby at 11:00, while students, faculty, and interested onlookers explored.