The Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering celebrates Black History Month with a final spotlight on several excellent ECE Florida faculty, staff, and students.
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.
ECE Academic Assistant Elizabeth Rivera-Cortes has won a 2022 Division Three Superior Accomplishment Award.
ECE Assistant Professor Dr. Navid Asadi will be serving as the program chair for the well-regarded 2021 IEEE PAINE Conference, to be held Nov. 30–Dec. 2, hosted virtually from Washington, D.C.
The UF Summer Research Experience was a special opportunity for high school students to get involved in STEM-related research at UF. The two-week virtual research experience provided insight into two potential future fields of study for the students: robotics & artificial intelligence.
The ECE department recently added academic tracks to its graduate curriculum. This pilot program offers students the opportunity to specialize in a particular area of electrical and computer engineering—an incredibly broad and expansive field—without the addition of a minor or a certificate of study.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, we’ve taken the time to compile some of ECE Florida’s women inventors (patent holders). Know of any more? Email email@example.com and we’ll add them here. Who Link to Patent Description Dr. Janise McNair Link… Read More
ECE Florida is proud to welcome two new members to our faculty—both of whom have been recognized as ‘Rising Stars’ by the MIT-launched Rising Star program. Dr. Shreya Saxena and Dr. Najme Embrahimi both officially started Jan. 1.
Dr. Damon Woodard has accepted a position as Director of AI Partnerships for the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering.
Hosted by the Warren B. Nelms Institute for the Connected World, the first annual Women in IoT Workshop, “Leading through Change,” took place virtually Oct. 12.