Spectrogram format ELF/VLF waves generated by HF heating of the ionosphere at HAARP (Alaska)

Spectrogram format ELF/VLF waves generated by HF heating of the ionosphere at HAARP (Alaska).  Ultimate control of the system is demonstrated by spelling out "FLORIDA."  UF ECE graduate students Michael Mitchell and Mathew Bell are curre

Andrew Gray with quadcopter

Andrew Gray Wins Google SVA Scholarship

PhD Student Andrew Gray, was just awarded a Google Scholarship for American Veterans. As part of this scholarship he will also participate in a Google retreat for a week in June.

ECE Gator Grad Featured in UF CRC's Career Buzz Blog

Recent UF graduate, Harsha Ramakrishnappa, talks to the UF CRC about post-graduate success and making a home in Central Florida.  The full story can be found in the UF CRC's "Career Buzz" blog:

 

ECE Gator Engineers in Antarctica

Graduate student Daniel Kotovsky recently spent the month of January in Antarctica at McMurdo and South Pole Stations as part of Dr. Robert Moore’s research group.

Latchman publishes HomePlug AV book

Prof. Haniph A. Latchman and his former Ph.D. Student Dr. Srinivas Katar along with two other colleagues have published the book “HomePlug AV and IEEE 1901 – A Handbook for PLC Designers and Users”.

Spectrogram format ELF/VLF waves generated by HF heating of the ionosphere at HAARP (Alaska)

Spectrogram format ELF/VLF waves generated by HF heating of the ionosphere at HAARP (Alaska).  Ultimate control of the system is demonstrated by spelling out "FLORIDA."  UF ECE graduate students Michael Mitchell and Mathew Bell are currently

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Andrew Gray with quadcopter

Andrew Gray Wins Google SVA Scholarship

PhD Student Andrew Gray, was just awarded a Google Scholarship for American Veterans. As part of this scholarship he will also participate in a Google retreat for a week in June.

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ECE Gator Grad Featured in UF CRC's Career Buzz Blog

Recent UF graduate, Harsha Ramakrishnappa, talks to the UF CRC about post-graduate success and making a home in Central Florida.  The full story can be found in the UF CRC's "Career Buzz" blog:

 

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ECE Gator Engineers in Antarctica

Graduate student Daniel Kotovsky recently spent the month of January in Antarctica at McMurdo and South Pole Stations as part of Dr. Robert Moore’s research group.

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ECE Gator Grad Featured in UF CRC's Career Buzz Blog

Recent UF graduate, Harsha Ramakrishnappa, talks to the UF CRC about post-graduate success and making a home in Central Florida.  The full story can be found in the UF CRC's "Career Buzz" blog:

 

Amir Rubin

ECE Grad Amir Rubin, Chief Parakeet

Amir Rubin is CEO and Chief Parakeet of Paracosm is making a splash with his second startup company. Paracosm recently won the Gainesville Area Innovation Network's "ShootOut," with 16 local startups.

Augi Lye Wins Outstanding Alumnus Award

ECE graduate and Trendy Entertainment CEO Augi Lye (center) received an outstanding young alumnus award.

Pramod Khargonekar with NSF logo

NSF Selects Pramod Khargonekar to Head Engineering Directorate

Pramod Khargonekar, ECE Professor and Eckis Chair, has been selected by the National Science Foundation to serve as the assistant director for the Directorate of Engineering (ENG) beginning in March 2013.

Scott Thompson

Scott Thompson named IEEE Fellow

Dr. Thompson is a professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Florida focusing on advanced transistor technologies. Dr. Thompson also started a 55 person low power technology company called SuVolta and is responsible for developing SuVolta’s advanced low power technology platforms.

Fall 2013 Newsletter

In the Fall 2013 edition of the newsletter, you can read about how ECE professors are “flipping” classes to better engage students, new technology for controlling mosquitoes, the uniting of academia and industry, and other faculty, student, and alumni news.

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Spring 2013 ECE Newsletter

Read about the world famous UF Lightning Lab and its expert faculty in this edition.

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Fall 2012 ECE Newsletter

The Fall ECE Newsletter highlighted the work of Dr. Sean Meyn and the Laboratory for Cognition & Control in Complex Systems.

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Pramod Khargonekar with NSF logo

NSF Selects Pramod Khargonekar to Head Engineering Directorate

Pramod Khargonekar, ECE Professor and Eckis Chair, has been selected by the National Science Foundation to serve as the assistant director for the Directorate of Engineering (ENG) beginning in March 2013.

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