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.
“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.
The inaugural Annual Warren B. Nelms IoT Conference was held in Gainesville on Dec. 3-4. The conference brought together notable individuals from the worlds of academia, industry, and government to discuss innovations in IoT security, safety, intelligence, and interoperability.
Swarup Bhunia, Ph.D., has been named as Director of the Institute and the Sachio Semmoto Professor. My T. Thai, Ph.D., a UF Research Foundation Professor, has been selected as the Associate Director of the Institute.
Dr. Swarup Bhunia and his team have developed a way to instantly detect counterfeit pills.
Students and professionals alike will be able to become experts in the field of hardware security beginning in January 2019 with the launch of ECE Florida’s new Hardware and Systems Security (HSS) certificate.