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KARIM OWEISS TO TEACH NEW COURSE

EEL 5934 Neural Signals, Systems and Technology to be taught in Spring 2015

 

Spring 2015: EEL 5934

Neural Signals, Systems & Technology

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New Center: Multi-functional Integrated System Technology (MIST)

On August 7th 2014, NSF awarded a new Industry/University Collaborative Research Center (I/UCRC) on Multi-functional Integrated System Technology (MIST). The MIST Center is led at UF under the direction of Dr.

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New faculty in ECE and CISE

The new faculty in ECE and CISE had a new faculty lunch reception with good food and conversation on September 19, 2014.

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WECE Welcomes 40 New Students

WECE celebrated the arrival of new students with a welcome brunch! It was attended by 40 new students to the ECE department.

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BSEE Graduates WIN at TEXAS INSTRUMENTS INNOVATION CHALLENGE

Daniel Collotte and Kevin Runda, both graduates of the University of Florida Electrical Engineering program placed third at the annual Texas Instruments (TI) Innovation Challenge.

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A WELCOMING HAND

ECE Undergrad coordinator Henry Zmuda welcoming new freshman and transfer students after the engineering convocation.

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Welcome New Fall 2014 Graduate Students

Dr. Harris welcomes over 150 new ECE graduate students with a unique presentation that included “A Few Famous Alumni” featuring Chris Malachowsky, Co- founder of Nvidia and Augi Lye, Founder and CEO of Trendy Entertainment.

 

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SUBJUGATOR GETS SECOND PLACE IN SAN DIEGO

Dr. Eric Schwartz and the SubjuGator team earned second place and a $5000 check at the 17th Annual International RoboSub Competition in San Diego. Congratulations to all!

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Jenshan Lin Publishes New Textbook

Dr. Lin and his former PhD student Changzhi Li have published Microwave Noncontact Motion Sensing and Analysis. Dr. Li is now an Assistant Professor at Texas Tech University.

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Jordan Street and Mark Parish

Undergrads Win Student Design Contest

Mark Parrish and Jordan Street won the 2014 IEEE Industrial Applications Society Myron Zucker Undergraduate Student Design Contest. They entered their GatorPilot project which also won the ECE senior design competition in the spring semester.

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