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CyberHerd NCAE SE Regional Win

Any given Sunday: CyberHerd wins NCAE Cyber Games SE Regionals while maintaining grueling practice schedule

The University of South Florida College of Engineering Department of Computer Science is home to a cyber competition team that has transformed from a casual student organization to a reckoning force in the world of collegiate cyber defense competition.

February 26, 2024Computer

University of South Florida: A Preeminent Research University

Daniel Yeh's NEWGenerator scores AUTM Better World Project Award for USF

USF has been awarded the AUTM Better Project Award, thanks to USF's Technology Transfer Office, Civil & Environmental Engineering professor Daniel Yeh and Yeh's NEWGenerator, a solar-powered innovation providing off-grid water sanitation for people in remote locations.

February 23, 2024Civil Environmental, Research

University of South Florida: A Preeminent Research University

Black Heritage Month Spotlight: Sayde King

Join USF Engineering in celebrating Black Heritage Month

February 22, 2024Alumni & Friends, Computer

University of South Florida: A Preeminent Research University

USF Alums Trishelle Copeland-Johnson And Christopher Allemang Advancing Their Fields At Department Of Energy-Contracted National Labs

As a Glenn T. Seaborg Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellow at Idaho National Laboratory, USF chemical engineering alum Trishelle Copeland-Johnson researches the corrosion mechanisms of materials used in creating clean energy of the future.

February 13, 2024Civil Environmental

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Sriram Chellappan Is Using Ai And Drone Mapping Technology To Pinpoint Mosquito Breeding Habitats

To combat the spread of malaria in developing regions such as sub-Saharan Africa, Sriram Chellappan, a USF professor of computer science and engineering, played an important part in developing drone mapping technology to locate habitats of malaria spreading mosquitoes.

February 8, 2024Research

University of South Florida: A Preeminent Research University

Capstone Class Project Wins Competition with Wastewater Solution

Students from Professor Sarina Ergas' Capstone Water Resources and Environmental Engineering Design class won first prize in the 2017 Florida Water Environment Association (FWEA) Wastewater Division Student Design Competition.

February 8, 2024Civil Environmental

USF AICHE Chapter

USF AICHE Chapter Wins 2021 AICHE Southern Student Regional Conference Chem-E-Car Poster Competition

During the virtual 2021 Southern Student Regional Conference, the USF American Institute of Chemical Engineers student team placed 6th in the conference’s Chem-E-Car Competition and placed 1st in the competition’s poster presentation section.

February 8, 2024Biological

Spring 2024 Interns

USF Engineering Students Embark on Internship Journeys with McCormick Stevenson, Tesla, Palo Alto Networks, and Pursuit Aerospace

USF Engineering Students Embark on Internship Journeys with McCormick Stevenson, Tesla, Palo Alto Networks, and Pursuit Aerospace

February 1, 2024Students

Dr. Daniel Yeh

Daniel Yeh Named As AAEES Kappe Lecturer

Promoting and sharing knowledge about the latest trends in environmental engineering has been the purpose of the Kappe Lecture Series since its inception in 1989 by the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists. This year's Kappe Lecturer is University of South Florida College of Engineering Professor Daniel Yeh.

January 25, 2024Biological

University of South Florida: A Preeminent Research University

Professor John Licato Interviewed by Computerworld

Dr. John Licato Interviewed by Computerworld

January 19, 2024Computer

Professor Sudeep Sarkar

Professor Sudeep Sarkar recognized by ACM for his research in computer vision and gait biometrics

USF Distinguished University Professor Sudeep Sarkar has been named a Distinguished Member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) for his contributions to the advancement of computer vision and gait biometrics.

January 19, 2024Computer

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