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UCF Researcher to Investigate Microarchitectural Attacks Through NSF CAREER Award

May 20, 2024
  The websites you frequently visit and the software programs you use could leave behind clues that make your computer vulnerable to a cyberthreat known as a microarchitectural attack. But one UCF researcher is investigating the cause of these attacks, and discovering ways to prevent them, through a $550,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.…

Electrical Engineering Students Earn Scholarships from IEEE

April 4, 2024
Two electrical engineering seniors, Nicole Parker and Maria Bonina Zimath, have won scholarships from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Power and Energy Society (IEEE PES) in recognition of their academic excellence and their promising future careers. The IEEE PES Scholarship Plus Initiative is awarded to undergraduates majoring in electrical engineering with exceptional GPAs,…

Silicon Design Company to Use Student Research on Encryption Acceleration

March 25, 2024
Two students from the UCF College of Engineering and Computer Science will have the opportunity to apply their research at one of the world’s foremost leaders in high-performance computing. Senior computer science major Parker McLeod and junior computer engineering major Cory Brynds will help Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) investigate more ways to implement fully homomorphic…