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Lessons in Convergence

Two rising stars in computer science and convergence research will speak on UD’s campus this school year The University of Delaware Department of Computer & Information Sciences (CIS) is pleased to announce its CIS Distinguished Speaker Lectures. This academic year,...

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Stephanie Law Wins DOE Award

Materials science professor wins $750K to study optical properties of topological insulators Stephanie Law, Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professor in materials science and engineering at the University of Delaware, has received a Department of Energy Early Career...

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Sean Wang, Entrepreneur in Residence

UD grad and founder of multiple firms to provide education in entrepreneurship and resources for startups When Sean Wang came to the United States in 1985, currency exchange restrictions in China limited him to exchange a maximum of $50 U.S. from Chinese Yuan. After...

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Her Research is Taking Off

UD professor Tingyi Gu wins NASA award to develop hybrid materials for communications devices An electrical engineering professor at the University of Delaware makes material fit for an interplanetary mission — take NASA’s word for it. Tingyi Gu, assistant professor...

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Researchers Attend NATAS Conference at UD

Thermal analysis conference includes honor for late UD professor Researchers from 10 different countries gathered at the University of Delaware Aug. 7-11 for the 2017 44th annual North American Thermal Analysis Society (NATAS) conference. NATAS promotes the science...

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UD’s Meehan Named ASCE Fellow

Three percent of the 150,000 members of the American Society of Civil Engineers are Fellows The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has named University of Delaware professor Christopher Meehan to its 2017 class of Fellows. This honor is given to ASCE members...

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Sept. 18-22: Resilience Week Symposia

Early registration for international cybersecurity conference ends Aug. 18 The University of Delaware Cybersecurity Initiative has joined forces with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Idaho National Laboratory to sponsor the 10th anniversary meeting of IEEE Resilience...

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UD Hosts Cybersecurity camp

At state of Delaware summer program, students learned how to outwit hackers When Jose Monsalve was 10, he used to tinker with his family’s computer — much to his mother’s dismay. In late July, Monsalve, who is now a UD graduate student in electrical and computer...

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Engineering for Ability

At UD summer camps, kids use engineering to help others Wielding power drills, pipe cleaners and rulers, a group of aspiring engineers re-wires the engines of toy cars. They swap the foot pedals for push buttons, pad rough edges with foam and deck out the vehicles...

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UD Teams Get Millions in NSF Funding

K. Eric Wommack’s group gets $6 million to study viruses The University of Delaware’s K. Eric Wommack, deputy dean in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, will lead a research team from four universities that has received a $6 million grant to probe how...

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Impact Recognized

UD professor’s paper wins award for decade-long impact on software engineering and computer security Computer technology has evolved rapidly since 2007 — the year Apple introduced the iPhone. But software engineers are always building on the wisdom of the past, and a...

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Engineering on a Blue Streak

UD researchers pioneer greener way to create interwoven polymers with blue light A pair of engineers at the University of Delaware has developed a process to form interwoven polymer networks more easily, quickly and sustainably than traditional methods allow. Their...

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