ECE Florida is excited to welcome the newest member of our faculty, Dr. Baoyun Ge. He officially starts as an assistant professor on May 15.
Baibhab Chatterjee is currently a final-year Ph.D. Candidate in the Elmore Family School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University, USA. He presents “Energy-Efficient Secure Communication and Sensing Modalities for the Internet of Bodies (IoB)” Monday, Feb. 21 at 1:00pm via Zoom.
YK Yoon and Mosaic Microsystems are collaborating on a project sponsored by the Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) to collaboratively develop ultra-low loss solutions for next-generation radar arrays.
Hosted by the Warren B. Nelms Institute for the Connected World, the first annual Women in IoT Workshop, “Leading through Change,” took place virtually Oct. 12.
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.
Assistant Professor Tuba Yavuz has been awarded a 2020 NSF CAREER Award for her project, “Towards a Secure and Reliable Internet of Things through Automated Model Extraction and Analysis.”
Najme Ebrahimi is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Michigan. She presents “Next Generation of Smart Wireless World: from High Data-Rate Mm-wave Scalable Phased-Array to Efficient IoT Connectivity for 5G and Beyond,” Thursday, Jan. 30 @ 1:00 pm, LAR 330.
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.
Dr. Nicholas Napoli (UF ISE) presents “Predicting Human Performance and Systemic Physiology through Multi-Modal Sensing,” Thursday, Sept. 19 at 1:00 pm in LAR 310.