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New method to improve durability of nano-electronic components to help further semiconductor manufacturing and resilience
USF Mechanical Engineering assistant professor Michael Cai Wang and his research team recently developed a novel approach to mitigating electromigration in nanoscale electronic interconnects that are ubiquitous in state-of-the-art integrated circuits (USF Newsroom).
USF Senior Withers Selected for NSF Graduate Research Fellowship; Three Other USF Students Earn Honorable Mentions
USF Senior Zachary Withers is selected for a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. Three additional USF students earn honorable mention in the prestigious program’s annual process.
USF senior Lisette Melendez has earned a year-long internship with NASA, assisting in its efforts to increase the diversity of its workforce and foster a more inclusive environment for its employees (USF Newsroom).
USF engineering department launches satellites on SpaceX rocket, plans to continue investing in technologies
USF’s Institute of Applied Engineering launched three satellites equipped with “revolutionary” communication technology into space Jan 24, leading the way for new collaboration among universities on future projects (USF Oracle).
A recent SpaceX launch took three satellites built by University of South Florida students to space on a communications mission (Fox 13).
Three of the 143 satellites aboard spaceflight company SpaceX’s first dedicated rideshare mission were engineered by students and faculty at the USF Institute of Applied Engineering (College of Engineering).
The research team's focus will center on Zion Cemetery in Tampa and St. Petersburg's Oaklawn Cemetery (Patch).
Up to 40 percent of food that is produced in the U.S. goes to waste and it’s impacting our health, according to USF College of Public Health doctoral candidate Whitney Fung Uy.
Jr Scientist program expands their virtual reach with help from USF College of Marine Science students
Developed in 2014 by CMS students, the goal of the Jr Scientist program is to give middle and high school students the opportunity to volunteer at the festival, as a way to engage them in science.
A strange looking device in an engineering laboratory at the University of South Florida could lead to a big medical breakthrough and a big prize. It’s called the Bull Nose and when it’s perfected, engineers believe it will electronically ‘smell’ COVID-19 on the breath of people who are infected (Fox 13).
With more than 5,000 beach surveys, 500 behavioral observations, and 80 interviews to digest, and water quality data to crunch, it was time to celebrate this phase of their NSF-funded coastal health study called MERA, which included several trainings by the USF team to help their colleagues get up to speed on a suite of environmental monitoring techniques (USF College of Marine Science).
In the oldest fellowship of its kind, these students shine as future leaders in research, innovation and teaching (USFRI Newsroom).
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