Gustavo Roig, Ph.D.
2011 Albert V. Baez Award
Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
Florida International University
Florida International University (FIU) College of Engineering and Computing is seeking applications and nominations for multiple faculty positions in each of its units and programs.
The Lifetime Achievement Award, initiated in 2006, has only been awarded twice previously prior to the award to Prof. W. Kinzy Jones.
FIU SCIS seeks exceptionally qualified candidates for multiple tenure-track and tenured faculty positions at all levels.
This five year fellowship includes a $12,500 stipend plus a $10,000 UGS enhancement per year for the first three years, followed by a graduate assistantship for years 4 and 5.
Hear straight from the collegiate students from Florida International University about their design and strategy behind their entry in the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2011
When a hurricane approaches land it pushes a wave of seawater, called storm surge, into low-lying areas like barrier islands and bays. Miami-Dade County is particularly susceptible to this scenario.
The College of Engineering and Computing has announced an agreement with Quality Leadership University (QLU) in Panama to launch its second MS in Construction Management (MSCM) program in Latin America.
The Lehman Center for Transportation Research (LCTR) at Florida International University (FIU) was established in 1993 in honor of Congressman Bill Lehman and his tireless efforts to make South Florida a better place.
In August, Jai completed a two year term – his third, spanning four decades – as Director of the School of Computing and Information Sciences.
Dr. Shekhar Bhansali, Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of South Florida, has accepted to join FIU as the Alcatel-Lucent Professor and the Chair of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
The 12-fan Wall of Wind, comprising of twelve electric fan-motor units controlled by two variable frequency drives (VFDs), is designed to generate sustained wind speed up to 63 m/s (140 mph) (Category Four wind speed being 59-69 m/s [131-155 mph]).