An interdisciplinary team of students recently took first place at the 14th Annual Design of Medical Devices Conference for SimuCath, a novel wearable technology that allows healthcare professionals to practice urinary catheterizations on live actors.
John W. Gillespie Jr. has been named a fellow of the Society for Advanced Materials and Process Engineering(SAMPE)
David Burris has received the Burt L. Newkirk Award from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers for his contributions to cartilage tribology.
Richard Wool, professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Delaware, has been named a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, the United Kingdom’s professional society for chemical scientists and one of the largest such groups in the world.
A team of researchers in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering recently received a four-year $1.75-million grant to measure and predict the rate at which munitions constituents degrade.
Tsu-Wei Chou is part of an international team of researchers that is examining the feasibility of using additive manufacturingto produce 3D preforms.
An interdisciplinary engineering senior design team received a third-place award at the 2015 Summer Biomechanics, Bioengineering and Biotransport Conference in Snowbird, Utah, for a rehabilitation device called Smartboot.
In a paper published in Science Advances, a group of researchers at the University of Delaware and the Chinese Academy of Sciences reports the use of nanotechnology to improve the energy density of dielectric capacitors.
A research team led by University of Delaware's David Martin has reported the development of an electrografting approach to significantly enhance PEDOT adhesion on solid substrates. The breakthrough is documented in a paper published in Science Advances. READ MORE >
Dustyn Roberts and Jenni Buckley received a best paper award for their submission, “The Role of a Design Studio in a Mechanical Engineering Department.” They were recognized for “demonstrated impact of an academic makerspace.” READ MORE >
Engineers Without Borders
Students traveled to the village of Mphero in Malawi to complete the final phase of a project begun by UD’s Engineers Without Borders chapter. READ MORE >
Education, engineering students collaborate to create children's toys READ MORE >