Congratulations to Yier Jin and the rest of the UCF Team for their performance in this year’s Embedded Security Challenge at NYU-Poly. This is the most famous hardware security competition, and approximately 40 teams attended the first phase from which 10 teams were selected for the final on-site competition. The UCF team was selected for the final round with three graduate students, Dean Sullivan, Yu Bi, and Kaveh Shamsi, and come in second place.
Congratulations to Ahmed Aldhahab, George Atia, and Wasfy Mikhael for receiving a Top 10 Student Paper Award for presentation of the paper, “Supervised Facial Recognition Based on Multi-Resolution Analysis and Feature Alignment” at the 57th International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems.
Congratulations to Charna Parkey and Dr. Wasfy Mikhael for receiving the Best Paper award for their paper, “Linearized Adaptation of Non-Linear Post Conversaion Correction for TIADCs: A Behavioral Model Study” At IEEE AUTOTEST 2014.
At the IEEE 57th Midwest Symposium on Circuit and Systems (MWSCAS) held at College Station, Texas in August 2014, Prof. Wasfy Mikhael received an award that recognizes his outstanding service and contributions to the success of MWSCAS.
Congratulations to Dr. Kalpathy Sundaram for receiving the “IEEE 2013 Outstanding Student Branch Counselor Award” for outstanding commitment to the educational, personal, professional, and technical development of students in IEEE.
Dr. Xun Gong received $655,937 from DARPA for his innovative research of developing reconfigurable slot-ring antennas.
Department of Energy Has Awarded a Total of $12M to 4 National-Network Distributed Technology Training Centers( DTTCS) and 1 National Network Administrator (NNA)
Through the Grid Engineering for Accelerated Renewable Energy Deployment (GEARED) program, the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) at Department of Energy has awarded a total of $12M to 4 national-network Distributed Technology Training Centers (DTTCs) and 1 national network administrator (NNA).
At the IEEE 56th International Midwest Symposium on Circuit and Systems (MWSCAS) held at Columbus Ohio in August 2013, Prof. Wasfy Mikhael received an award that recognizes his sustained contributions to the success of MWSCAS.
Congratulations to Ph.D. student Ya Shen for receiving the best student research presentation award in 2012 IEEE Wireless and Microwave Technology Conference (WAMICON) held at Cocoa Beach, FL on April 16-17, 2012. She is co-advised by Drs. Xun Gong and Parveen Wahid.
Congratulations to Dr. Linwood Jones for receiving the 2011 award for Faculty Excellence in Menroting Doctoral Students