UCF Engineering LEDs to Detect Gas Leaks on Spacecraft

UCF Engineering LEDs to Detect Gas Leaks on Spacecraft

A UCF research group is working to pioneer the detection of dangerous gases and leaks on spacecraft using low-cost LEDs. Led by Engineering Assistant Professor Subith Vasu, his 17-member team is working closely with the Federal Aviation Administration’s Center of Excellence for Commercial Space Transportation to prove the light-emitting diode technology is able to effectively […]

Paying it Forward -- Women in Chemistry

UCF senior Lauren Gandy is studying to be a chemist. She hopes to someday work with the U.S. Department of Defense to protect the nation from biological and chemical attacks. It can be a lonely road when only 20 percent of all engineers are women and only 11 percent of women with engineering degrees actually […]

UCF to Begin Double Degree in Engineering-Biomedical Sciences for Pre-Med

As medicine incorporates greater use of technology – in areas such as tissue engineering and 3-D printing – UCF will begin  a double-degree program in engineering and biomedical sciences in Fall 2017 that that will prepare outstanding, technically versed candidates for medical school. The new Medicine-Engineering Double Degree (MEDD) program is a partnership between the […]

Most of Health and Public Affairs I Reopening Wednesday

Most of the Health and Public Affairs I building will reopen Wednesday, Oct. 19, and classes and operations will resume their normal schedules in the reopened parts of the building. Classes and Labs: All but a handful of the building’s classrooms and labs will reopen Wednesday. The remainder of the building’s classrooms and labs will […]