The University of Florida Department of Computer & Information Science & Engineering (CISE) is proud to announce the graduation of its first two students from the Human-Centered Computing (HCC) Ph.D. degree program.
Chris Crawford, whose research focuses on brain-computer interfaces (BCI) and human-robot interaction, and Marvin Andujar, whose research focuses on affective BCI, graduated this past weekend after passing their dissertation defenses.
Recently accepted as a BRAID Affiliate, the UF Department of Computer & Information Science & Engineering is working to increase diversity in computer science
Diversity makes the industry stronger. That’s why UF CISE excels in the number of women throughout our program. Want to learn more about our diversity? Come see us at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing in booth 1942 on Oct. 4-6, 2017.
The faculty at the Florida Institute for Cybersecurity (FICS) Research has been chosen to receive the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) CyberCorps® Scholarship for Service (SFS) grant. Offered by the U.S.
Roozbeh Ketabi and Babak Alipour, both Ph.D. students from the University of Florida Department of Computer & Information Science & Engineering (CISE), and Ahmed Helmy, a CISE professor, won best poster at the IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications (INFOCOM).
Ketabi and Alipour are Helmy’s research assistants on a National Science Foundation (NSF) project called “MobiBench.”
Jorg Peters, a professor in the University of Florida Department of Computer & Information Science & Engineering (CISE), and Meera Sitharam, an associate professor in CISE, received a $1.2 million grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to revolutionize geometric design with material micro- and nano-structure.
The University of Florida Research Foundation has named Shigang Chen, a professor in the Department of Computer & Information Science & Engineering, a University of Florida Research Foundation Professor for 2017-2020.
A codeathon on April 15 hosted by UF-TYPE (Teaching Youth Programming Essentials), a student-run organization at the University of Florida Department of Computer & Information Science & Engineering (CISE), brought students from Gainesville-area middle and high schools together to spend the day coding.
About 40 students attended the event and participated in several coding-related activities ranging from workshops covering games, websites and robots, to a special-made escape room for the students to solve.
Some engineers are thinking about what humans can do with their brains. A team of students at the University of Florida, with the help of Dr. Juan Gilbert, the Andrew Banks Family Preeminence Endowed Professor and chair of the UF Department of Computer & Information Science & Engineering (CISE), are bringing those ideas to life by controlling drones with their brains.
Efforts by Gilbert and his team took flight on April 15 after the group hosted the second annual Brain-Drone Race. About 40 people attended the free event at the Florida Gymnasium on UF’s campus.