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X-Labs Builds a Tesla Coil

Over the past three years, the group has been working on a large Dual-Resonant Solid State Tesla Coil (DRSSTC). At over 10 ft high the coil is one of the largest of its kind. Read more...

Working to Extend Battery Life

Assistant Professor Selcuk Kose is working to find a solution to extending battery life for mobile devices. Read more...

Companies Sponsor RFID Center to Investigate Applications & Effects of RFID on the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Center for Applied Research has acquired grants from pharmaceutical industry partners to study effects of radio frequency waves on biopharmaceuticals and improve performance of RFID applications for product serialization. Read more...

The Incredible Shrinking Antenna

The idea that a smaller antenna would be better is not a hard sell. While incredibly important, antennas often look like afterthought appendages on sleekly designed equipment. No wonder then that they are increasingly shrinking (or disappearing altogether) from commercial products like televisions, radios and cars. Read more...

Teaching Assistants Play a Critical Role in the Department

The Electrical Engineering Department supports a large number of student teaching assistants that play a critical role in the delivery of our curriculum.Read more...


  • Yaniel Vega and Simon Bello, place 1st and 2nd, respectively, in RF Design Competition
  • Students designed a low power system around a wireless energy harvesting model (RFD102A). After studying the model they matched it to a 915MHz antenna, took measurements and proposed other unique applications for this model.

  • Arslan and Yucek Awarded IEEE Best Paper
  • EE News Issue 2 2014

What We Do

Congratulations to Eduardo Rojas and Michael Grady on your third place win at 2013 MTT-S Video Competition


Student Certification Program

Agilent Technologies Announces RF And Microwave Industry-Ready Student Certification Program


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USF Electrical Engineering in the News

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Javier Pulecio 10 PHD Featured on Cover

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Jayita Das Receives Grace Hopper Award

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Four USF Alums Featured in Diversity/Careers

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EE Capstone Design Winners

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Javier Pulecio 10 PhD Published in Nature Communications


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