The New Energy Frontier

The New Energy Frontier

UD launches Center for Clean Hydrogen to accelerate sustainable energy technology development Clean hydrogen is a chemical and fuel that can be used to make many sectors of our economy carbon free. Its adoption, however, has been hindered by its lack of affordability....
In Memoriam: Guang Gao

In Memoriam: Guang Gao

Computer engineering pioneer remembered as dedicated scholar Guang Gao, an internationally recognized scholar and Endowed Distinguished Professor Emeritus in the University of Delaware Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, passed away on Sept....
Career-Advancing Credentials

Career-Advancing Credentials

Online certificate and master’s degree help engineer climb the ladder. T. Jordan Berry was working as a manufacturing engineer in California when his manager told him about a certificate program that had helped him advance his career.  Berry decided to give the...
DRIVEN Announces Funding Programs

DRIVEN Announces Funding Programs

UD Medical Inventors and Entrepreneurs Invited to Apply for DRIVEN Partnership Program The DRIVEN Accelerator Hub has announced three funding programs: The DRIVEN Partnership Program will include a GAP assessment, technology level readiness (TRL) assignment, formation...
New Chair for Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

New Chair for Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Professor Jack Puleo assumes the role July 1 Jack Puleo is the next Chair of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Delaware, effective July 1, 2020. Puleo joined the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering in 2004 and has...
Fuel Cell Pioneer Recognized

Fuel Cell Pioneer Recognized

Adjunct professor Shimshon Gottesfeld recognized with Electrochemical Society Olin Palladium Award Shimshon Gottesfeld, an adjunct professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering and a member of the Center for Catalytic Science and Technology at the University of...