An AI-powered, gas-sensing technology developed by researchers at the University of South Florida, University of Texas-Dallas and Linkoping University has received a $400,000 NSF accelerator grant. The team is led by Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering Arash Takshi.
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Join USF at Synapse Summit on February 28 at Amalie Arena Visit the USF Bull Zone. Attend President Rhea Law's "Better Together" session on the Main Stage.
Assistant Professor of Physics Jacob Gayles named a 2024 Cottrell Scholar The Research Corporation for Scientific Advancement has named USF Assistant Professor of Physics Jacob Gayles a 2024 Cottrell Scholar.
USF faculty members recognized with Excellence in Innovation Awards Three University of South Florida professors who have developed new technologies for stroke identification, blood flow monitoring and neural implants have been named recipients of the university’s Excellence in Innovation Awards.
USF ranks among the top 15 public universities in new patents For the 11th consecutive year, the University of South Florida is one of the top 15 American public research universities for producing new U.S. utility patents, according to a new ranking released today by the National Academy of Inventors.
USF research expenditures up 14%, surging to more than $461 million USF’s research spending rose 14% in fiscal year 2023 to more than $461 million. Spending on awards funded by federal agencies, such as the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health and the Department of Defense, increased to nearly 53% of USF’s total, up from 46% five years ago.
The University of South Florida has accepted an invitation to join the Association of American Universities. Joining the AAU is a tremendous milestone for USF as it formalizes USF's position as a leading research university. USF is the first public university in Florida to be invited to join the AAU in nearly 40 years and is now one of only two institutions from the State University System of Florida to serve as an AAU member.