USF-led Team Awarded NSF Convergence Accelerator Grant
CEE Professor Maya Trotz is the lead researcher on the project "Linking the Green Economy to the Blue Economy at the Coast"                              
EE Professor and Alumnus Awarded Cade Museum Prize for Medical Technology Startup SPKL
The team lead by USF Assistant Professor Ashwin Parthasarathy and alum Karthik Sriram was selected from a field of 21 finalists at a ceremony at Gainesville’s Cade Museum for Creativity and Innovation Thursday evening. The wearable and non-invasive optical tool is the basis for the team’s startup company, SPKL, LLC.
New Leadership Announced at College of Engineering
Engineering Dean Robert Bishop announced the appointment of four associate deans to the College of Engineering Leadership team.
Sanjukta Bhanja, electrical engineering professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, was named Executive Associate Dean. Norma Alcantar, chemical engineering professor, was appointed Associate Dean for Research. Rasim Guldiken, associate professor in mechanical engineering, was appointed Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. Bernard Batson, director of diversity and inclusion programs, was named Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion.
Electrical Engineering Lab becomes New Robotics Hub
Industry 4.0 is a commonly used term that refers to the fourth industrial revolution that is currently underway globally to stay up-to-date with modern engineering trends.
With governments at all levels setting new policy for clean drinking water, a recently released peer-reviewed analysis provides a method for policymakers to evaluate regulatory levels and assess and compare meaningfulness in terms of protecting public health. 
CEE Assistant Professor Maurico Arias Receives Gulf Research Program Award from National Academies of Science
Mauricio Arias, assistant professor in civil and environmental engineering, is one of eight scientists selected for the Gulf Research Program's Environmental Production and Stewardship track of the 2021 Early-Career Research Fellowship 
ME Assistant Professor Sarah Zhong’s Invention Addresses Worldwide Mask Shortage
Researchers have figured out a way to rapidly disinfect and electrostatically recharge N95 respirators, recovering their original filtration efficiency and protection capability against COVID-19 and other airborne diseases.
USF Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. Student Named to Tampa Bay Business Journal 25 Under 25 list
See what USF biomedical engineering Ph.D. student Mitchell Harrah accomplished before the age of 25 and what he hopes to accomplish before 30 in both industry and academia.

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