IMG is excited to welcome its newest faculty member, Dr. Adam Khalifa! Dr. Khalifa runs the Neural Interface Technology Laboratory in the ECE department. His research focuses on low-power analog/RF/Mixed-mode ASIC design, miniaturization, wireless powering, electrode design/microfabrication, coil design/fabrication for magnetic stimulation, neural stimulation and recording in animal models, and implant packaging. Welcome to IMG, Dr. Khalifa!
Congratulations to S M Enamul Hoque Yousuf and Minh-Chau Le for being awarded the 2023 IMG Excellence in Research Award! This award is the highest recognition bestowed on an IMG student for his/her research and is a mark of academic distinction for IMG students. Keep up the good work!
Congratulations to Austin Vera, Sai Pranesh Amirisetti, and Brittney Freeman for being awarded the 2023 IMG Excellence in Service Award! This award recognizes students who dedicate himself/herself to promoting the working environment, civic engagement, and/or social harmony within the IMG community. Thank you for your contributions!
Earlier this week, IMG hosted our annual Kick-Off meeting with a “State of IMG” address, pizza, and awards. We wish everyone a very successful academic year ahead! Go Gators!
Congratulations to IMG members, Troy Tharpe and Dr. Roozbeh Tabrizian on their recent Nature Electronics publication titled “Nanoelectromechanical resonators for gigahertz frequency control based on hafnia–zirconia–alumina superlattices.”
Congratulations to Dr. Yoon's group for having seven papers accepted to the Electronic Components and Technology Conference (ECTC) happening in Orlando from May 30-June 2! The first authors of these papers are IMG Members Hanna Jang, Saeyeong Jeon, Ziqi Jia, Payman Pahlavan, Hae-In Kim, Sunghyun Hwang, and Alexander Wilcher. Best of luck to everyone presenting at the conference, and thank you for representing IMG so well!
List of accepted conference papers:
Congratulations to IMG members Woosol Lee and Minh-Chau Le for being recognized with the Gator Engineering Attribute Awards! Considered the greatest distinction of any student award given by the College of Engineering, the annual awards honor students who strongly model one of the six Gator Engineering Attributes: Creativity, Leadership, Integrity, Professional Excellence, Service to the Global Community, and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Woosol was awarded for Professional Excellence, while Minh-Chau was awarded for Leadership. Congratulations!
Brittney Freeman will defend her PhD proposal titled "A Flat-Packaged Optical Shear Stress Sensor Using Moiré Transduction for Harsh Environments" in Larsen 234. The presentation will also be available via zoom:
Meeting ID: 920 2226 9505
IMG Member Woosol Lee was awarded the 2023 ECE Research Excellence Award! This award is given annually to the top ECE graduate student who has excelled in their research throughout the academic year. It was announced on Monday, April 24th, at the IEEE/HKN/WECE Awards Banquet. Congratulations, Woosol!