Dr. Sargolzaei has received a five-year, $500,000 Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award from the NSF for his ongoing research in the safety of technology […]
Research platform for testing connected and autonomous vehicles in a virtual environment
Thanks to the National Science Foundation grant enabling Dr. Arman Sargolzaei’s research in the development of a Vehicle-in-the-Loop (ViL) facility for testing connected and autonomous […]
A new grant from NSF towards testing and verification of connected autonomous vehicles
National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded us a $350,137 grant that enables the research and development of large-scale Hardware-in-the-loop (HiL) simulation facility for Connected and […]
Our paper got selected as one of the best conference papers at the IEEE PES General Meeting 2019
We will present our paper entitled “Resilient and Stochastic Load Frequency Control of Microgrids” which has been selected as one of the Best Conference Papers […]
Our patent has been granted by the US patent office
In this patent, computational models and methods and systems of using the model to estimate variable time delay in the sensorimotor system of a subject […]
Invited talk by Dr. Sargolzaei at CyberFlorida
Dr. Sargolzaei presented “Preventing, Detecting, and Responding to Attacks on Safety-Critical Cyberphysical Systems” project at Cyber Florida 2019 Research Symposium held at Marshall Student Center […]
President’s Choice Winner” during poster competition
Congratulation to our students @Raphael Restrep and @Ralph Desmangles on being selected as “President’s Choice Winner” during poster competition.
Second place in 2017 BIO Expo poster competition
Congrats to our undergraduate students @Kaleb Clements and @Sean McGovern for being selected as the second place in 2017 BIO Expo poster competition.