Harley Works to Improve Nuclear Fuel Safety

ECE Associate Professor and Kent & Linda Fuchs Faculty Fellow Joel Harley is partnering with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Nuclear Energy University Program (NEUP) to find innovative ways of determining the structural integrity of fuel rods used in nuclear power generation plants.

Fu Uses Game Theory and Deception to Aid Robots’ Formation Tracking

ECE Assistant Professor Jie Fu is part of a research project sponsored by the Army Research Laboratory under Cooperative Agreement W911NF-22-2-0233 between Raytheon BBN and ARL with support from the University of Florida. The broader project will develop novel research results focusing on robots’ formation tracking and waypoint design at both individual and team levels.

CNEL Seminar: Caio Kalil Lauand

Caio Kalil Lauand is a Ph.D. student at the University of Florida under the supervision of Dr. Sean Meyn. He presents “Clever Exploration for Machine Learning” Wednesday, March 22 at 3:00pm in NEB 409.

Shreya Saxena Uses Deep Learning to Elucidate the Basis of Sensorimotor Control

ECE Assistant Professor Shreya Saxena has received funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in support of her project, “Elucidating Principles of Sensorimotor Control using Deep Learning.” The research objective of this $1M BRAIN Initiative proposal is to develop biologically-inspired goal- and data- driven artificial intelligence methods to elucidate the neurodynamical basis of sensorimotor control.