New Methods for Detecting Astrophysical Signals

New Methods for Detecting Astrophysical Signals

UD’s Swati Singh receives National Science Foundation CAREER award to study dark sector The University of Delaware’s Swati Singh was a curious child. If you polled her parents, they probably would recount the numerous times she took apart her toys while trying to...
Light Speed Advances

Light Speed Advances

UD Prof. Tingyi Gu’s engineering specialty earns DARPA Young Faculty Award Every time someone sends a message or posts to TikTok, it takes thousands of optical and electrical connections to get that message through. But what if there was a way to manipulate the power...
Interdisciplinary Problem Solving

Interdisciplinary Problem Solving

Computing, engineering and polymer sciences converge in new NSF doctoral traineeship Big-name chemical companies like DuPont and W.L. Gore have complex materials problems to solve. The trouble is they’re in need of well-rounded researchers to find the solutions...
In Memoriam: Edward Fagen

In Memoriam: Edward Fagen

Campus remembers retired electrical and computer engineering professor Dr. Edward Fagen, who was a professor of electrical engineering at the University of Delaware from 1974 to 1989, died on March 3, 2021 in Albany, New York. Born in Chicago in 1931, Dr. Fagen...
Blue Hens Capture the Flag

Blue Hens Capture the Flag

Inaugural UD cybersecurity competition engages more than 2,000 participants University of Delaware students studying cybersecurity organized UD’s first cybersecurity games from March 19-21, drawing more than 2,000 participants from more than 700 teams from across the...
Ahead of Their Time

Ahead of Their Time

UD researchers developed today’s vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology in the 1990s If you keep up with the news headlines, it’s easy to see that change is in the air when it comes to energy and transportation. Automaker General Motors in January announced that it will...