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Q&A with Dr. David Arnold and Dr. Alina Zare, working together on the recently created NSF ERC IoT4Ag Center
Recent work by ECE Professor William Eisenstadt, supported by a grant from the Centers for Disease Control, seeks to equip the traditional ‘bioassay’ cages with networked sensors which are capable of delivering instantaneous data to handheld devices to ensure that the testing of mosquito control methods is more precise and more rigorous.
ECE Assistant Professor Sanjeev Koppal has received a $100K NSF CAREER Award in support of his work in computer vision.
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.
Dr. Renato Figueiredo was recently awarded two NSF grants, both of which seek to use edge computing to advance the state-of-the-art in the nascent field of ecological forecasting.
Faculty from FICS Research have announced a collaboration with DARPA and Synopsys on a program called AISS: Automated Implementation of Secure Silicon.
A novel system proposed by the Warren B. Nelms Institute for the Connected World aims to combine cloud computing, 5G connectivity, machine learning, and automotive automation systems to create what they call Peer-to-Peer Car Charging.
Dignitaries from the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering, the Florida Institute for Cybersecurity (FICS) Research, and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) gathered virtually yesterday with the CEO and CTO of Edpative Computing, Inc. (ECI) to celebrate the kickoff of the newly-created ECI Transition Center (ECI-TC).
Experts in the areas of space computing, high-performance computing, and resilient computing from academia, industry, and government converged recently at the University Florida campus for the 2019-2020 SHREC Annual Workshop.