Triple Gator Engineer Robert Kemerait (BSEE ’60, MSEE ’66, PhD ’71) was recently honored in Cape Canaveral as he prepared to retire from a lifetime of engineering excellence. ECE Chair John Harris and Senior Director of Advancement Sarah Johnson were on hand for the festivities.
ECE Florida is saddened to learn of the passing of esteemed alumnus Dr. Fred Sias, Jr. (BSEE ’54 MSEE ’59). Fred Sias’ connection with ECE Florida is a deep one—his father, Ralph Sias, graduated from the University of Florida in 1928 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering.
ECE EAB member Dr. Rahul Razdan is the founder and CEO of NextGenEdu, an education research and technology company focused on career discovery for students and building products to help facilitate this process.
As part of the Walter G. Fredrickson Distinguished Interdisciplinary Lecture Series, ECE alumna and IBM Master Inventor (200+ global patents issued) Susann Keohane presents “Living to Be 100: Emerging Technologies for Healthy Aging.”
Scott Morrison specializes in Design Verification (DV) of analog and mixed-signal semiconductor chips at Texas Instruments in Dallas. He presents “The Future of Verifying Complex Analog and Mixed-Signal Semiconductor Chips” Thursday, Sept. 16 at 1:00pm via Zoom.
Alex Chebaro is an ECE Florida alumnus (BSEE ’10, MS ECE ’11) and he’s generously offered to review CVs with ECE students prior to the Spring 2021 ECE Virtual Career Fair.
ECE students showcased their capstone projects during Senior Design Expo, held on Thursday, Dec. 10.
We regret to announce that ECE Professor Emeritus Don Childers passed away Sept. 29. He started at UF in 1965, served as interim chair of the department in 1977, and retired in 1996.
Gator Engineers working at Texas Instruments gathered virtually on July 22 to celebrate their shared history with ECE Florida.
Distinguished Professor José Príncipe was recently awarded an NSF grant in support of development of a low-cost smart multi-patient ventilator system. Working with Príncipe on the technology is ECE alumnus (MS ’88 PhD ’98) Dr. Neil Euliano, president and founder of Convergent Engineering.