Congrats to Issa Batarseh for receiving the R. David Middlebrook Achievement Award from IEEE Power Electronics Society (PELS).
Congratulations to Dr. Junjian Qi for receiving the NSF CAREER Award. His CAREER project, entitled “Deciphering LargeScale Real Outage Data for Cascading Failure Analysis, Prevention, and Intervention,”
RTSS 2019 just announced its program (http://2019.rtss.org/program/). The paper “Mixed-Criticality Multicore Scheduling of Real-Time Gang Task Systems”, lead by ECE Ph. D student Ashikahmed Bhuiyan and ECE Assistant Professor Zhishan Guo from the RTIS group (http://www.ece.ucf.edu/~zsguo/rtis.html) has been selected as an outstanding paper.
Today the Department of Energy’s Solar Energy Technologies Office announced the outcomes of fiscal year 2019 funding program. ECE/RISES received two awards
This three-year half-million project aims to develop disruptive learned I/O architectures for today’s big learning applications. The research will use the testbed of a big-data and GPU cluster purchased under the DURIP instrument program W911NF-17-1-0208.
ECE Ph.D. students, Yuchen Cao and Haifeng Lyu (advised by Prof. Kenle Chen), won the 1st Place award in Student Design Competition “Carrier Aggregation: BAW Quadplexer Module” at IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S) 2019 International Microwave Symposium (IMS2019) in Boston, Massachusetts.
Congratulations to Amro Awad and Mingjie Lin for their new grant from DARPA/SPAWAR to investigate novel secure processor architectures. This three-year $1.12M project aims to explore efficient implementations of novel secure architectures through hardware prototyping.
Congratulations to Murat Yuksel for his two new research awards from National Science Foundation (NSF). The first award (https://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1836741) aims to design and build multi-element Visible Light Communication (VLC) modules for mobile devices.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced the University of Central Florida’s Cyber Defense Team as the national winner of DOE’s 2018 CyberForce CompetitionTM. Sponsored by DOE’s Office of Cybersecurity, Energy Security, and Emergency Response (CESER), the CyberForce Competition is DOE’s fourth cyber defense competition designed to develop the next generation of cybersecurity professionals to help defend and bolster our nation’s critical energy infrastructure and ensure our energy security.
Congratulations to Qifeng Li for his NSF project entitled “Stability, Security and Emergency Control for Reconfigurable Networked Microgrids.”