In response to coronavirus and to help minimize its spread, many UCF events are being canceled.

If you have questions about what’s still open around campus, please check out this regularly updated guide.

  • Virtual STEM Chat: Sustaining our Natural World

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    Join Jackie Sullivan, UCF College of Engineering and Computer Science Adjunct Instructor, for an interactive session where students can learn about the similarities and differences of these two career options related to their primary focus, academic course requirements/rigor, real-world project examples, and research/employment opportunities! RSVP today for this FREE Event!

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  • 2020 Physical Sciences Summer Institute

    Online

    Focusing on the theme “Science of the Unseen”, this virtual Summer Institute will expose rising 6th-8th graders to a range of scientific phenomena that require specialized experiments or analysis to uncover, including subatomic particles, earthquakes, and ecological changes. Scientific disciplines (physical, earth, and life), engineering, computer science, mathematics, and tech skills (coding and web design) come together as useful tools ...

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  • Virtual STEM Chat: Building Neuroprosthetic Bionic Arms

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    For many children with limb difference, it can be very difficult to receive a bionic arm. At Limbitless, we blend art and engineering to build custom bionic arms inspired by superheroes, that activate when you “flex” your muscles. Join Dr. Manero, Director of Limbitless Solutions at UCF, to learn more about the engineering behind behind building bionic arms! RSVP today ...

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  • Virtual STEM Chat: Electroencephalography (EEG)

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    For ~100 years now, people have been recording the electrical signals on the scalp, also known as electroencephalography or EEG, to try to understand how our brain works and to try to read our minds. Despite its allure, EEG is literally quite “messy” and also easily contaminated by “noise,” which masks the brain signals. In this talk, Dr. Huang will ...

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  • Virtual STEM Chat: Mech. & Material Response under Extreme Aerospace Environments

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    Air and space vehicles are exposed to some of the most extreme environments with drastically changing temperatures, high loads and particle impact. Structural integrity for applications in propulsion, hypersonics and space can be achieved by first capturing in-situ mechanical response of materials under replicated extreme environments to understand stress and damage mechanisms. The findings from such unique measurements serve to ...

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