This is the 11th year that UCF has ranked in the top 100 universities in the world for patents.
UCF will celebrate this year’s honorees at an event on Saturday, May 18.
When civil engineering alum Ricky Ly ’08 is asked about his career, his accolades, and his recent invitation to the best-known house in America, he connects everything back to community and being the grateful son of resilient refugees.
Goals for the MissDelta project include collecting data on the coastal water levels and ocean waves inside of the Birdsfoot region of the Mississippi River and using that data to analyze the extreme storm surges and wave events.
The inventions include a nanocomposition to keep ingredients in pharmaceuticals and agrichemicals active longer and a targeted nano-delivery system for combatting plant disease and providing plant nutrients.
Rising in the national rankings, UCF’s faculty-led, innovative online programs position students for success.
Aerospace engineering student Sydney Giannuzzi has been named a 20 Twenties award winner in recognition of her academic achievements, civic contributions and research.
The team, led by Kelly Stevens, will take its designs and data from Phase 1 of the project and implement them into fully built and tested trailers that will serve residents in need during future emergencies.
The UCF-based research program was awarded top honors for the training game Limbitless Journey at 2023 I/ITSEC.