Aerospace Engineering Student Aims to Improve Tracking of Space Debris with NASA Award
Just one small piece of space debris can damage or disable a satellite. Much of this debris, also known as space junk, is catalogued through space-based space surveillance, which uses optical sensors to track objects in orbit that could pose a risk for collision. However, some objects can be too…
Sep 20, 2022
UCF Engineering and Computer Science Remain Highly-Ranked Undergraduate Programs
The University of Central Florida continues to uphold its reputation as a top-ranked public institution of higher education and a leader in innovation, according to U.S.…
Sep 13, 2022
10 UCF Knights Supported Artemis Mission Through Summer Internships at NASA
UCF was one of seven universities to be awarded funding from NASA’s Minority University Research and Education Project Space Technology Artemis Research, or M-STAR, initiative…
Sep 06, 2022
UCF-led Research Team to Play Key Role in National $26M NSF-funded Effort to Develop Smart Streetscapes
A team of researchers led by UCF Trustee Chair Professor Mubarak Shah, professor of computer science in the UCF Center for Research in Computer Vision,…
Aug 18, 2022
UCF’s Perla Latorre-Suarez Named Among Best Aerospace Graduate Students in the World
UCF’s Perla Latorre-Suarez ’21 is among the most promising graduate students in the world who are likely to change the aerospace industry, according to Aviation…
Aug 15, 2022
Industrial Engineering Doctoral Student Receives UCF's 400,000th Degree
For as long as she can remember, Laura Segarra ’22PhD has always been drawn to space, science and math. She still has her elementary school…
Aug 08, 2022
3 UCF Colleges Receive $4.5M for Infectious Disease, Travel Health Research Initiative
University of Central Florida’s Rosen College of Hospitality Management, College of Medicine and College of Engineering and Computer Science have received $4.5 million dollars in…
Jul 20, 2022
Senior Design Awards Ceremony - Spring 2017The first UCF College of Engineering and Computer Science Senior Design Awards Ceremony was held on Friday, April 21, 2017.
Apr 21, 2017
Homecoming BBQ and TailgateSponsored by Harris Corporation, this sell-out event brought together 300 college alumni, students, faculty and staff for a great time before the big game.
Nov 04, 2014
UCF Programming Team ReunionAlumni of UCF's most winning team in its 30+ year history came together for an evening of shared memories, new connections and some fun with Knightro.
Oct 31, 2014
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In this Florida city, when drivers go the wrong way, most don’t crash. Here’s why.
News 6 WKMG Aug. 7, 2022
Prof. Haitham al-Deek featured
High-tide floods surge as climate changes and sea level rises
Phys.org July 14, 2022
Assoc. Prof. Thomas Wahl featured
Engineering students advance smart car technology as UCF tests driverless shuttles
Spectrum News 13 April 28, 2022
Assoc. Prof. Yaser Fallah featured
Fonts matter, claims new educational consortium at UCF
EdScoop Feb. 15, 2022
Asst Prof Ben Sawyer featured
An N95 Is the Best Mask for Omicron. Here's Why
Time magazine Jan. 13, 2022
Assoc Prof Kareem Ahmed featured
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