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  • Schools and Departments » Industry Programs » University of Florida
    Coastal Engineering CCE and the Department of Environmental Engineering Sciences EES ESSIE Director Kirk Hatfield Email khh ce ufl edu Phone 352 392 9537 CCE Department Head Robert Thieke Email rthie ce ufl edu Phone 352 392 9537 EES Department Head C Y Wu Email cywu ufl edu Phone 352 392 0845 Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering Departments Department of Agricultural Biological Engineering ABE Through the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences CALS ABE Chair Dorota Haman Email dhaman ufl edu Phone 352 392 1864 J Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering BME BME Chair Christine Schmidt Email schmidt bme ufl edu Phone 352 273 6903 Department of Chemical Engineering ChE ChE Chair Richard Dickinson Email dickinson che ufl edu Phone 352 392 0882 Department of Computer Information Science Engineering CISE CISE Chair Juan Gilbert Email juan ufl edu Phone 352 562 0784 Department of Electrical Computer Engineering ECE ECE Chair John Harris Email harris cnel ufl edu Phone 352 392 0913 Department of Industrial Systems Engineering ISE Interim ISE Chair Yongpei Guan Email guan ise ufl edu Phone 352 392 1464 Department of Materials Science Engineering MSE Includes the Nuclear Engineering Program NEP Interim MSE Chair James Baciak

    Original URL path: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/industryprograms/research/schools-and-departments/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Facilities » Industry Programs » University of Florida
    assistance and guidance necessary so that industry faculty and students get the most effective and appropriate use of the center s facilities COE Research Service Centers at UF Major Analytical Instrumentation Center MAIC MAIC is a materials characterization and analysis facility established to provide analytical support for Florida s scientific and engineering community in meeting the challenge of technology development Nanoscale Research Facility NRF NRF provides a state of the art centralized facility and expert technical support external users from industry and academia as well as University of Florida research groups involved in micro and nano fabrication Particle Analysis Instrumentation Center PAIC PAIC conducts analytical services consulting and applied research in all areas of particle technology including size distribution shape and image analysis surface chemistry and synthesis RSC Director Luisa Amelia Dempere Email ademp eng ufl edu Phone 352 392 6985 COE Specialized Facilities Electronic Communications Laboratory ECL ECL Director Chad Overman Email coverman ecl ufl edu Phone 352 392 9662 UF Training Reactor UFTR UFTR Director Kelly Jordan Email kjordan ufl edu Phone 352 294 2106 Rodney S Guico Ph D Director of Industry Programs 315 Weil Hall PO Box 116550 University of Florida Email rguico eng ufl edu

    Original URL path: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/industryprograms/facilities/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Industry Programs » University of Florida
    college s industry liaison for creating and facilitating sponsored research projects educational and institutional interactions and paths for recruitment of talent The Division of Sponsored Programs processed approximately 6 5 million in industrial support for the college in the last fiscal year and the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering maintains strong partnerships with large global companies local small businesses and spinoff companies including Nanoholdings Intel Corporation Mosaic Fertilizer Alcon Laboratories Wintek Corporation Lockheed Martin The Boeing Company and Harris Corporation The Industry Programs website serves as the portal and gateway for current supporters to explore additional paths for engagement and potential partners to learn which collaborations with the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering at UF might align with their strategic research priorities The site also provides COE faculty members with a point of contact for partnering with industry collaborators program managers and executives The Director of Industry Programs Dr Rodney S Guico invites you to explore the site to learn more about how the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering engages and interacts with industry partners Paths for Interactions and Partnerships Sponsored Research Collaborate Partner Sponsor Work closely with college faculty and researchers to transform industrially relevant technical knowledge into prototypes development scale up and commercialization Access to Research Facilities Measure Characterize Analyze Utilize advanced and unique research facilities to perform specialized testing and analyses Student Engagement Recruit Evaluate Hire Discover and interact with the innovators and leaders of tomorrow Intellectual Property Commercialization License Commercialize Innovate Leverage the breakthrough technologies coming out of the college to advance your products and services Professional Development and Education Educate Train Certify Increase productivity at your company through the acquisition of new skill sets for your employees Contact Information Rodney S Guico Ph D Director of Industry Programs 315 Weil Hall PO Box 116550 University

    Original URL path: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/industryprograms/?mobile=no (2016-01-26)
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  • Student Engagement » Industry Programs » University of Florida
    creativity and grow to become the next leaders and innovators Come take a first hand look at the graduating talent the college has to offer To learn more about engaging with students from the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering please visit the links below Development External Affairs Invest in the leaders and innovators of tomorrow through endowed gifts scholarships faculty support or gifts in kind to the college Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations Kim Jacobs Email kmjacobs eng ufl edu Phone 352 392 6795 Integrated Product Process Design IPPD As an industrial liaison work closely with small multidisciplinary teams of undergraduate students under the guidance of faculty coaches to design and build authentic industrial products over the course of two semesters IPPD Director R Keith Stanfill Email stanfill ufl edu Phone 352 846 3354 Career Resource Center CRC Post job opportunities and recruit engineering students at careers fairs through the number one ranked Career Resource Center Source Princeton Review 2010 2012 CRC Director Heather White Email heatherwhite crc ufl edu Phone 352 273 2305 Undergraduate Design Projects Sponsor senior design programs within a specified department to solve a company designated problem over the course of a semester Contact the

    Original URL path: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/industryprograms/student-engagement/?mobile=no (2016-01-26)
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  • Innovation » Industry Programs » University of Florida
    of Engineering remains at the forefront through a commitment to research excellence and fostering a culture of entrepreneurship and innovation amongst the faculty staff and students To learn more about the technologies developed by the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering and how the college promotes an innovative environment both on campus and within the city of Gainesville please visit the links below Office of Technology Licensing OTL Search and evaluate technologies developed by college faculty and researchers for translation to and implementation within the commercial sector Assistant Vice President OTL Director David Day Email dlday ufl edu Phone 352 392 8929 Engineering Innovation Institute EII Experience the collision of engineering innovation education and experiential programs extending across the spectrum of creative discovery and invention EII Director Erik Sander Email esander eng ufl edu Phone 352 392 6000 EII Assistant Director David Whit Whitney Email dwhitney ufl edu Phone 352 392 6000 Innovation Square Come see where innovation and community are being redefined For those companies seeking to establish a business presence in the city of Gainesville the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering works closely with the following city and county entities on economic and workforce development Gainesville Chamber of Commerce

    Original URL path: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/industryprograms/innovation/?mobile=no (2016-01-26)
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  • Training » Industry Programs » University of Florida
    field and tailors the education programs to have minimal impact on the company s schedule Faculty members are also available to visit your company and share valuable expertise in their field of study To learn more about the professional development and education opportunities offered through the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering please visit the links below Outreach Engineering Management OEM Program Obtain a master s degree without a career interruption all while balancing work family life with graduate school and acquiring advanced engineering management skills OEM Director Joseph Geunes Email geunes ise ufl edu Phone 352 392 1464 OEM Associate Director Patsy Messinger Email messinger ise ufl edu Phone 352 392 0982 Electronic Delivery of Graduate Engineering EDGE Review the online master s degree certificate and professional education programs and courses the college offers through the departments and research facilities EDGE Director Thomas Gordon Email tom gordon eng ufl edu Phone 352 392 9670 On Site Short Courses Bring your employees together on site to learn from engineering faculty experts Contact the Director of Industry Programs to explore the possibility of on site short courses at your company Rodney S Guico Ph D Director of Industry Programs 315 Weil Hall

    Original URL path: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/industryprograms/training/?mobile=no (2016-01-26)
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  • Facilities » Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering » University of Florida
    Facilities Strategic Priorities Health Sustainability Security Enabling Technologies Experts Health Sustainability Security Enabling Technologies Industry Programs Research Student Engagement Innovation Training Facilities Research Service Centers Specialized Facilities Centers Institutes Engineering Innovation Institute Engineering Leadership Institute Florida Institute for National Security Institute for Cell Tissue Science and Engineering Institute for Computational Engineering Institute for Networked Autonomous Systems Nanoscience Institute for Medical and Engineering Technology UF Transportation Institute Faculty Research Resources Research Training Compliance Safety Facilities The Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering s Research Service Centers support and enhance the research education and public service missions of the University of Florida by providing access to characterization and process instrumentation Expert staff provides the assistance and guidance necessary so that industry faculty and students get the most effective and appropriate use of the center s facilities COE Research Service Centers at UF Major Analytical Instrumentation Center 352 392 6985 maicinfo mail ufl edu The Major Analytical Instrumentation Center is a materials characterization and analysis facility established to provide analytical support for Florida s scientific and engineering community in meeting the challenge of technology development MAIC is a user oriented facility that provides service to the University of Florida the state university system and the industrial and commercial community MAIC is organized to maximize the easy accessibility of its facilities If a user already is properly trained in the use of a particular instrument access is merely a matter of scheduling Potential users who are not qualified operators can arrange for instruction Training is offered on several levels ranging from simple instrumentation familiarization for experienced users to formal course work available for graduate school credit A series of short courses are offered featuring application of modern research instrumentation to current analytical problems Typically these short courses last three to five days and provide theoretical understanding of the techniques hands on practical experience data analysis and interpretation Nanoscale Research Facility 352 846 2626 nrfinfo mail ufl edu The Nanoscale Research Facility is a campus wide resource different from the normal model of departmental research labs The NRF supports not just a single discipline but instead stimulates interaction among the disciplines Core research facilities and labs are established in NRF and scientists from all colleges work together and share the tools The NRF is a two story building with seven functional areas A Class 100 1000 cleanroom facility for nanofabrication and bio processing Advanced electron optical and surface imaging laboratories Core research laboratories for synthesis processing characterization assembly and testing of nanoscale materials devices and sensors General laboratory space for interdisciplinary research collaborations Offices for faculty staff and users Interactive spaces for conferences informal gatherings user administration and surroundings conducive to multidisciplinary interactions Building support and utility handling areas Particle Analysis Instrumentation Center PAIC 352 392 6985 paicinfo mail ufl edu The Particle Analysis Instrumentation Center PAIC grew out of a National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center into one of the premier particle characterization facilities in the US The PAIC provides the instrumentation and expertise to

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  • Institute for Cell & Tissue Science and Engineering » University of Florida
    of Liberal Arts and Sciences Members in the Cell Engineering area at the University of Florida area have broad ranging interests including fundamental studies in the areas of biomolecular nuclear and cellular mechanics developing new engineering strategies for cell control and new smart biomaterials for modulating cell function Members in the Regenerative Medicine area are focused on applying cell engineering strategies and developing new approaches for developing engineering tissues whether in vitro or at targeted sites within the body The educational mission of ICTSE is to train engineers and scientists to engage and succeed in multidisciplinary research Students are exposed to ideas and techniques that normally lie outside the scope of their core disciplines We welcome you to contact us if you would like to learn more Warm Regards Tanmay Lele Director Announcements Jon Dobson Named An AAAS Fellow Dr Jon Dobson professor in the J Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering named as an AAAS Fellow http bme ufl edu node 1678 Archives Archives Select Month December 2015 April 2015 January 2015 April 2014 February 2014 January 2014 December 2013 October 2013 April 2013 March 2013 Contact Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering 300 Weil Hall P O Box

    Original URL path: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/ictse/ (2016-01-26)
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