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  • Contact » Institute for Computational Engineering » University of Florida
    RESEARCH AND EDUCATION NSF PIRE CENTER FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE RECONFIGURABLE COMPUTING NSF CHREC Cyberinfrastructure for Atomistic Materials Science CAMS Contact Home Contact Contact Prof S Bala Balachandar William F Powers Professor of Mechanical Aerospace Engineering Room 220 MAE B Building University of Florida Gainesville FL 32611 352 392 8909 office 352 392 1071 fax bala1s ufl edu Contact Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering 300 Weil Hall P O Box 116550

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  • Institute for Computational Engineering » University of Florida
    making in problems of industrial national and societal importance Modern scientists and engineers must be well trained in their respective disciplines and in computational techniques to generate high quality datasets manage these voluminous datasets to identify key quantities of ultimate significance establish rigorous uncertainties and evaluate probabilistic risks and rewards involved in the final decision making To meet this growing challenge the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering at the University of Florida has established the Institute for Computational Engineering ICE to promote world class education and training in simulation science and engineering The institute will have three primary focuses Education Research and Service The educational program will be credentialed by a Graduate Certificate in Scientific Computing The institute will promote interdisciplinary research in computational science and engineering with a novel research paradigm where the focus will be on large scale simulations and scientific data with a clear purpose of decision making The Institute will serve as the coordinating body for promoting large center level computationally oriented multi disciplinary research activities which spans across many departments By educating and training undergraduate and graduate students to become world leaders in using predictive simulations and data enabled for science and engineering the Institute will serve the growing need for simulation and data driven decision making in problems of national importance In summary the education and research components of the institute will instill and encourage competitive and innovative spirit in students research staff and faculty Mission The Institute for Computational Engineering ICE is dedicated to establishing and promoting world class excellence in education and interdisciplinary research in Simulation Science and Engineering at the University of Florida The institute aims to educate and train the next generation of leaders in the area of complex multiscale multi disciplinary problems and their resolution by computation The institute strives to coalesce ongoing research activities in computational science and engineering into a common network of shared intellectual interest thereby achieving far greater impact and visibility than the sum of these parts The institute will foster collaboratory research and help attract and retain top notch faculty and students Key Aspects Education and research programs that complement the existing high performance computing infrastructure Leveraging the significant investment in high performance computing equipment and infrastructure already present at the UF for greater breadth and depth of service and offering A platform that brings together expertise in computational science engineering across the university and beyond Promote excellence in fields including computational biology computational fluid mechanics computational materials computational electronics computational pharmacology bioinformatics and computational chemistry among others Facilitate organization of center level funding in areas of National security Energy and Sustainability Green computing Nano engineering and Healthcare As a Center of Excellence that attracts and retains top notch faculty and students Programs and Services Graduate Certificate in Scientific Computing ICE Graduate Fellowship center and award Coordination of computationally oriented large center level proposals ICE seminar series Annual Computational Engineering Symposium Promote and coordinate undergraduate research in computational engineering and sciences Recruit top notch

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  • About » Institute for Networked Autonomous Systems » University of Florida
    university activities into a single network of common intellectual interests thus creating a research and education presence that is impactful and recognizable to both internal and external stakeholders Development and application of such autonomous systems requires integration of engineering basic and applied sciences to such a degree that might not be easily achieved in a single disciplinary unit For more information on Dr Mohseni s Research Group see the director

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  • Mission and Vision of INAS » Institute for Networked Autonomous Systems » University of Florida
    train of the next generation of leaders in research and education To foster interactions among students research staff faculty and stake holders To pursue and coordinate response to major multi disciplinary funding To establish close collaboration within the state and national entities in this area Vision The Institute for Networked Autonomous Systems is an operating unit within the college of engineering COE at the University of Florida INAS works closely with the faculty inside and outside COE and government and industry clients to develop the science engineering and technology related to the development and application of networked intelligent and autonomous systems A successful initiative in autonomous systems must be highly interdisciplinary integrating the extensive research thrusts in academic environment at UFL with entrepreneurship spirit INAS will reflect this integration with an equal emphasis in discovery transformation and entrepreneurship To this end INAS is aimed at shaping the future of networked autonomous systems by casting the vision formulating the underlying science and engineering creating the technology and training the leaders of tomorrow The institute organizational structure includes a director faculty advisory committee and faculty members The role and responsibilities of them are described in a separate document provided by the college

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  • People » Institute for Networked Autonomous Systems » University of Florida
    Board Members Related Courses Robert C Pittman Fellowships Home People Director Advisory Board Members Artificial Intelligence Autonomy Communication Networking Platforms Sensing Actuation Bioinspiration People Contact Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering 300 Weil Hall P O Box 116550 Gainesville FL 32611 6550 Phone 352 392 6000 Fax 352 392 9673 info eng ufl edu Contact webmaster Home About People Related Courses Robert C Pittman Fellowships About This Site Intranet Gator Engineering

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  • Director » Institute for Networked Autonomous Systems » University of Florida
    Mohseni W P Bushnell Endowed Professor Department of Mechanical Aerospace Engineering and Department of Electrical Computer Engineering Research Interest Fluid dynamics including bio propulsion shocks turbulence vortex dynamics Robotics Control including bioinspired unmanned systems sensor networking in harsh environments Digitized heat transfer http enstrophy mae ufl edu mohseni home Contact Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering 300 Weil Hall P O Box 116550 Gainesville FL 32611 6550 Phone 352 392 6000

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  • Advisory Board » Institute for Networked Autonomous Systems » University of Florida
    Associate Professor Department of Computer Information Science Engineering Research Interest Wireless Networks Design Mobility Modeling Network Simulation Protocol Architecture Design Sensor Networks Mobile Social Networks Mobile Networks Measurement http www cise ufl edu helmy Pramod Khargonekar Professor Department of Electrical Computer Engineering Research Interest Systems and control theory Learning and intelligent systems Applications to renewable energy and smart grid neural engineering and economics Leadership and creativity Technology and society http www khargonekar ece ufl edu Sean Meyn Professor and Robert C Pittman Eminent Scholar Chair Department of Electrical Computer Engineering Research Interest Theory and application of control statistical sciences and information theory http www meyn ece ufl edu Director Kamran Mohseni W P Bushnell Endowed Professor Department of Mechanical Aerospace Engineering and Department of Electrical Computer Engineering Research Interest Fluid dynamics including bio propulsion shocks turbulence vortex dynamics Robotics Control including bioinspired unmanned systems sensor networking in harsh environments Digitized heat transfer http enstrophy mae ufl edu mohseni home Jose Principe Distinguished Professor Department of Electrical Computer Engineering Research Interest Signals and Systems Adaptive Systems Learning Theory http www cnel ufl edu Contact Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering 300 Weil Hall P O Box 116550 Gainesville FL 32611 6550 Phone

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  • Members » Institute for Networked Autonomous Systems » University of Florida
    and intelligent systems Applications to renewable energy and smart grid neural engineering and economics Leadership and creativity Technology and society http www khargonekar ece ufl edu Sanjeev Koppal Assistant Professor Department of Electrical Computer Engineering Research Interest Computer Vision Computational Photography Sensors Optics Image Video Processing http www ece ufl edu users koppal sanjeev j Mirnal Kumar Assistant Professor Department of Mechanical Aerospace Engineering Research Interest Stochastic dynamical systems nonlinear filtering and information management in stochastic systems stochastic optimal control Fokker Planck equations Applications in space tracking random structural vibrations and seismic oscillations http www mae ufl edu people mkumar Xiaolin Andy Li Associate Professor Department of Electrical Computer Engineering Research Interest Parallel and Distributed Systems PDS Cyber Physical Systems CPS and Security Privacy S P http www andyli ece ufl edu Richard C Lind Associate Professor Department of Mechanical Aerospace Engineering Research Interest Aeroservoelasticity Morphing controls Flight testing http www2 mae ufl edu rick Sean Meyn Professor and Robert C Pittman Eminent Scholar Chair Department of Electrical Computer Engineering Research Interest Theory and application of control statistical sciences and information theory http www meyn ece ufl edu Kamran Mohseni W P Bushnell Endowed Professor Department of Mechanical Aerospace Engineering and Department of Electrical Computer Engineering Research Interest Fluid dynamics including bio propulsion shocks turbulence vortex dynamics Robotics Control including bioinspired unmanned systems sensor networking in harsh environments Digitized heat transfer http enstrophy mae ufl edu mohseni home Toshi Nishida Professor and Associate Chair for Research Department of Electrical Computer Engineering Research Interest Development of reliable high performance multi functional semiconductor devices and solid state physical sensors and actuators for microsystems employing strained Si SiGe GaN ferroelectrics and polymers http www img ufl edu users toshi nishida Jose Principe Distinguished Professor Department of Electrical Computer Engineering Research Interest Signals and

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