Scott Morrison specializes in Design Verification (DV) of analog and mixed-signal semiconductor chips at Texas Instruments in Dallas. He presents “The Future of Verifying Complex Analog and Mixed-Signal Semiconductor Chips” Thursday, Sept. 16 at 1:00pm via Zoom.
Dr. Michel A. Kinsy is an associate professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Texas A&M University (TAMU). He presents “Securing Execution of Neural Network Models on Edge Device” Thursday, Feb. 18 at 1:00pm via Zoom.
Dr. Roarke Horstmeyer is an assistant professor of biomedical engineering, electrical and computer engineering, and physics at Duke University. He presents “Intelligent Biomedical Imaging Devices” Thursday, March 18 at 1:00 via Zoom.
A team of researchers from ECE Florida and IFAS has received a $1.2M grant from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) that combines machine learning, hyperspectral cameras, and minirhizotron tubes to nondestructively study root systems of plants.
Dr. Alina Zare and the Machine Sensing Lab are part of team working to engineer a more powerful biofuel—using switchgrass, a fast-growing perennial native to the U.S.
Q&A with Dr. David Arnold and Dr. Alina Zare, working together on the recently created NSF ERC IoT4Ag Center
In a style similar to TED talks, ECE presents two short, 15-minute seminars on Sept. 3. Dr. Greg Stitt and Dr. Joel Harley will both present talks which explore machine learning applications.
Azra Bihorac, M.D. is the R. Glenn Davis Professor of Medicine, Surgery and Anesthesiology in the Division of Nephrology, Hypertension, & Renal Transplantation at the University of Florida. She presents “Augmented Decision Making – How to Implement Machine Learning Prediction into Research and Clinical Care” on Thursday, Jan. 16 at 1:00 pm, in LAR 330.
Dr. Chris Wilson of UF Agronomy and ECE Florida’s Dr. Alina Zare are using hyper-spectral imagery of experimental cow pastures to better understand the ecosystem effects of adding perennial peanut to beef pastures.
Soumyajit Mandal is currently the T. and A. Schroeder Assistant Professor at Case Western Reserve University, and will join the University of Florida as an Associate Professor in January 2020. He presents “AI-Driven Cognitive Radios for Next-Generation Wireless” on Thursday, Nov. 14 at 1:00 pm, LAR 310.