Dr. Jun Wang is being recognized as an IEEE Fellow for his contributions to low-power disk storage system design! IEEE Fellow is “a distinction reserved for select IEEE members whose extraordinary accomplishments are deemed fitting of this prestigious grade elevation.” https://www.computer.org/press-room/2021-news/ieee-computer-society-announces-2022-fellows More News Stories
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Zhishan Guo on receiving the Best Industry Solution Award at RTSS 2021 for the work entitled “Toward Real-Time Guaranteed Scheduling for Autonomous Driving Systems.” This is part of the ongoing efforts led by Associate Professor Yaser Fallah and Assistant Professor Zhishan Guo on Certifiable Autonomous Driving. IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS)…
Dr. George Atia has been recently appointed to serve on the Editorial Board of the IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing (TSP) as an Associate Editor.
Microgrid Control Lab Launch November 9, 2021 The Microgrid Control Lab simulates a modern grid control room and will serve as a hands-on learning and research facility. See more at UCF Today: https://www.ucf.edu/news/fpl-ge-digital-launch-new-lab-for-ucf-engineering-students/.
Congratulations to Drs. Brian Kim and Mingjie Lin October 19, 2021 Dr. Kim and Dr. Lin has received a Defense University Research Instrumentation Project (DURIP) award from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) to investigate a new bio-security and bio-computing paradigm using neurotransmitter secretions from living cells. This research leverages how electroactive neurotransmitter…
Congratulations to Dr. Brian Kim October 19, 2021 Dr. Kim has received an NSF award from the Division of Electrical, Communications and Cyber Systems (ECCS) to develop a novel neurochemical-electrophysiology sensor technology that can simultaneously monitor neurochemical and neural spike activities. The new neurochemical-electrophysiology technology will provide label-free, multisite, and long-term monitoring of neuronal synaptic…
Dr. Yuksel has received an NSF award from the Division of Computer and Network Systems (CNS) to investigate techniques to realize 3D mesh networks composed of hybrid radio and optical wireless links for the purpose of wireless access provisioning under challenged infrastructure.
Dr. Atia has received an NSF award from the Division of Computing and Communication Foundations (CCF) to explore new ways to design learning and inference methods that are robust to distributional uncertainty and data corruption.
Congratulations to Prof. Qifeng Li for his NSF award under the Environmental Sustainability program.
ECE Assistant Professor Yuxiao Yang recently published a paper at Nature Biomedical Engineering, titled “Modelling and prediction of the dynamic responses of large-scale brain networks during direct electrical stimulation”.