Yangbin Wang Rising Star Endowed Assistant Professor Farimah Farahmandi has received funding from the Office of Naval Research in support of her project “Optimized System Design for Assurance and Life-cycle Management (SaLEM).”
The US Department of Defense (DoD) recently announced the 2024 funded DURIP projects under the DURIP. ECE Florida faculty submitted a number of proposals and four were ultimately chosen for funding.
ECE Florida Assistant Professor Baoyun Ge has received an NSF CAREER Award for his project “Guided Exploration of Multiphysics Design Space for Electric Machines Using Tensorial Analysis (GEOMETRY).”
Dr. Philip Feng, ECE professor and associate chair for research, has been named as the inaugural Rhines Endowed Professor for Quantum Engineering. The endowment will support Dr. Feng’s research program, focused on quantum engineering, novel materials, and nanoelectricalmechanical devices (NEMS), as well as the creation of the Florida Quantum Initiative.
ECE Assistant Professor Elham Heidari has received a $300k grant from AFWERX, a program of the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Space Force, in support of her project “Emerging Trends in High-Capacity Optical Transceivers: A Focus on Monolithic Integration.”
Dr. Damon Woodard and Dr. Domenic Forte are spearheading a groundbreaking $992k initiative—funded by the Office of the President of the University of Florida—with the overarching goal of propelling the University of Florida to the forefront of national security research, policy formulation, and workforce development.
Dr. Farimah Farahmandi has received $290k in funding from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research in support of her efforts to equip the Silicon Design & Assurance (SiDA) lab with the ZeBu Emulator framework, manufactured by Synopsys.
Dr. David Arnold is leading a project funded by the Florida DoE aimed at developing a pre-baccalaureate workforce strategic plan to support the growing semiconductor industry in the State of Florida.
Nature Electronics highlights work on extremely energy-efficient broadband communication in distributed wireless brain implants spearheaded by Dr. Baibhab Chatterjee.
ECE Associate Professor Navid Asadi recently received $2.6M of funding from the NSF for “Track 2 Acquisition of a Novel Performance-Driven 3D Imaging System for Extremely Noisy Objects (NPIX).” NPIX system will be able to capture images of objects with complex geometries while doing so with minimal noise.