ECE PhD student Ulbert (Joey) Botero was recently awarded 2020 Outstanding Paper at the Electronic Device Failure Analysis Society (EDFAS) Virtual Workshop, held December 7–9 of last year for his paper, “Automated Via Detection for PCB Reverse Engineering.”
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ECE Faculty, Students & Staff Shine at HWCoE Awards Ceremony
A number of ECE faculty, students, and staff were honored at the 2021 Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering Awards Recognition Ceremony on Friday, April 23.
A Challenging Semester Concludes with Senior Design Virtual Expo
ECE students showcased their capstone projects during Senior Design Expo, held on Thursday, Dec. 10.
Spring Senior Design Expo Goes Virtual
This year’s Senior Design Expo moved into the virtual realm as students showcased their projects remotely.
Eat, But Verify: Award-Winning Paper at IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine Awards
“Eat, but Verify: Low-Cost Portable Devices for Food Safety Analysis,” a paper co-authored by ECE Florida faculty and Ph.D. students, has won First Best Paper Award at the 2019 IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine (CEM) Awards.
Winners Announced for Fall Senior Design Expo
Senior Design Expo was held Dec. 5 in the lobby of the New Engineering Building (NEB). ECE Florida luminaries were on hand to do a final round of judging, with the top five teams winning cash prizes.
Winning SHREC Team Continues Their Success
Since winning the first-ever Dell EMC AI challenge, the 4 team members have moved on to great success.
Mohseni Lab’s Work on Intelligent Robots Featured in Nature Machine Intelligence
ECE Professor Kamran Mohseni and Kevin Nelson, a graduate research assistant working with Mohseni’s Research Group, were recently honored to find their work on the cover of the Nature Machine Intelligence.
Spring 2019 Senior Design Expo Winners Announced
Spring Senior Design Expo 2019 took place Thursday, April 25 in the New Engineering Building.
Summer ECE Workshops for International Students
This summer, ECE is hosting two workshops and a research opportunity, all designed especially for international students. The workshops are perfect for students interested in UF’s graduate program. Both workshops aim to help international students to gain theoretical knowledge, develop research ideas and skills, and improve their chances for successful application to US graduate schools.