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Collaborative research - Secure, resilient cyber-physical energy system workforce pathways via data-centric, hardware-in-the-loop training
Project seeks to establish a CyberTraining hub for cyber-physical energy systems in Southern Florida
November 14, 2023Electrical
To fill talent pipeline gaps in semiconductor technology, artificial intelligence, and data sciences industries, the University of South Florida has introduced four innovative programs designed to equip early- and mid-career professionals with the skills and knowledge required to excel in these fast-changing fields.
USF To Upskill Soaring Tech Workforce With Semiconductor Technology & Manufacturing Graduate Certificate Program
The USF College of Engineering is partnering with Innovative Education to equip tech-sector professionals with specialized knowledge and skills in the rapidly growing field of semiconductor technology and manufacturing through a fully online graduate certificate program.
June 21, 2023Electrical
The recommending committee for the 2023 Distinguished University Professors (DUP) has chosen College of Engineering Dean and Department of Electrical Engineering Professor Robert Bishop to receive the top honor given to faculty at the University of South Florida.
May 4, 2023Electrical
Ashwin Parthasarathy, an assistant electrical engineering professor, received a prestigious CAREER award from the National Science Foundation. The CAREER program is an initiative from the National Science Foundation to support early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education.
March 29, 2023Electrical
Nearly a dozen USF College of Engineering faculty members presented research at the 129th American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) annual conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota held June 26 to June 29. Each year, nearly 4000 educators, exhibitors, and presenters gather and collaborate at ASEE's annual conference to share best practices on improving the way the next generation of engineers is taught.
For senior electrical engineering undergraduate Utkarsh Misra, there’s not much difference between conducting innovative research in nanotechnology, and competing as a member of the University of South Florida rowing club. It’s all a matter of scale.
September 7, 2022Electrical
Wearable electronics are becoming increasingly common, with clothing wired to connect to a range of devices like headphones nestled inside a hat. Expanding on previous work in this area that resulted in a patent approved this year (A. Takshi, SM Rosa-Ortiz, Patent No. 11,214,884), Department of Electrical Engineering Associate Professor Arash Takshi and USF Research & Innovation Interim Vice President and Professor Sylvia Thomas are using a novel electrochemical method to print copper directly on fabric.
July 21, 2022Electrical
In response to Industry 4.0 and student demand, a lab that was once considered obsolete by modern industry standards was recently upgraded with new equipment and new opportunities for USF electrical engineering students.
October 13, 2021Electrical
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is a professional organization for electronic engineering and electrical engineering (and associated disciplines).
New method to improve durability of nano-electronic components developed by USF mechanical engineering team
USF Mechanical Engineering assistant professor Michael Cai Wang’s group recently developed a novel approach to effectively mitigate electromigration, a phenomenon that has long posed challenges for the semiconductor and integrated circuits industry.
USF Department of Electrical Engineering Professor Wins NSF CAREER Award to Improve Wireless Networking and Security
The National Science Foundation CAREER award is “the most prestigious award in support of early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education and to lead advances in the mission of their department or organization” as described by NSF.
March 26, 2021Electrical