USF Ranks Among Academic World Leaders in U.S. Patent Production
Engineering researchers contribute to USF's No. 8 world ranking in producing U.S. utility patents.
Engineering Faculty Leading USF's Covid-19 Response Efforts
Nine projects led by USF engineering professors were funded during two rounds of the USF COVID-19 Rapid Response Grants Program created by the USF Pandemic Response Research Network - an interdisciplinary initiative organized by university leadership and faculty researchers to quickly respond to current and future pandemics.
Yogi Goswami's Molekule Air Purifier Technology Gets FDA Approval
The Molekule Air Pro RX was cleared by the Food and Drug Administration as a Class II medical device. The device uses the same technology as Molekule's consumer air purifier models.
Xiaopeng Li receives 2020 Outstanding Research Achievement Award
Civil and Environmental Engineering Associate Professor and Susan A. Bracken Faculty Fellow Xiaopeng “Shaw” Li was awarded the College of Engineering’s 2020 Outstanding Research Achievement Award for his student lab, and all of their autonomous vehicle research.
2020 New Voice in Transportation Award Nominations Now Open
The Center for Urban Transportation Research ( CUTR) is looking to recognize an individual at an early stage in their career who is demonstrating leadership in the transportation profession with significant potential for making an impact on transportation in Florida. Click below to nominate someone
Do you have an Electric Vehicle? Take this Survey
The purpose of the study is to find out why electric vehicle owners chose to purchase an electric vehicle and how car charging influences their daily habits.  If you have an electric vehicle, help the Center for Urban Transportation Research by completing a questionnaire! 
New Grant Uses AI to Enhance Remote Instruction
Professor Autar Kaw is studying how students learn online to improve the effectiveness of remote instruction. These are a few of the topics that researchers from many disciplines are exploring.
NIH Grant Funds New Optical Biosensor Technology
A two-year National Institutes of Health project researches how near-infrared light propagation and optical analysis can be used to measure blood flow in the brain.
Ramon Gonzalez has Article Published in Nature Catalysis
"A polyketoacyl-CoA thiolase-dependent pathway for the synthesis of polyketide backbones" P olyketides represent a large class of secondary metabolites that are produced by bacteria, fungi, plants and animals, and feature important biological and pharmaceutical activities.
Alessio Gaspar’s NSF Grant Improves Instruction with Coevolutionary Algorithms
Writing exams and creating exercises that can facilitate and assess student learning is a task that educators can sometimes find to be daunting. But Gaspar's research may yield tools that can make that part of the learning process easier to accomplish and pedagogically more productive.
How the Brain Works is Largely a Mystery
Electrical engineering Professor Salvatore Morgera and his research team are looking into how c ognitive functions such as reasoning and learning use a number of distinct brain regions in a time-sequenced manner. Anatomy alone – the neurons and nerve fibers – cannot explain the excitation of these regions, concurrently or in tandem.
Congratulations to Patel, Greene Associates

Founded by Hiren Patel ’03 MS Civil Engineering and Gordon Greene ’03 BS Civil Engineering, PGA is ranked #2 on Florida Trend's 2020 Best Companies to Work for in Florida list.
Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) University Design Competition Awardees

The USF team, Zhiwei (Nicklaus) Chen , Xiaowei Shi , and faculty advisor Dr. Xiaopeng Li ,won second place in the Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) University Design Competition with their design titled “Modular Operation Solution to Airport Baggage Transportation.
Three Engineering Grads Receive Awards at Spring Commencement

Two students received the King O’Neal Scholar Award which recognizes undergraduate students who graduate with a 4.0 GPA and one student received the Global Citizens Award for community service.
CUTR Students Daniel Arredondo and Tobias Coon named as CTEDD Scholarship Recipients
Sixth Annual Engineering Honors Event - a New 2021 Date!
Engineering Honors will now be held on Friday, April 16, 2021, at Armature Works in Tampa. More info to follow.

USF Engineering Alumni Society Bullarney Fundraiser
A 2021 date to be announced soon.

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