FROM THE MINDS OF HENSWEAR

FROM THE MINDS OF HENSWEAR

ERIC RUTH, AS93   It seems like the right idea, at the right time, in the right place: Bring together a handful of UD’s top researchers, get the ideas percolating, and come up with “smart wearables.” It’s called HensWEAR, and in its relatively brief existence, this...
A Celebration for Tsu-Wei Chou

A Celebration for Tsu-Wei Chou

Professor honored for 50 years of service to the University of Delaware When Tsu-Wei Chou, the longest-serving professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, was asked how he wanted to celebrate his 50th anniversary at the University of Delaware, he requested...
Andreas Malikopoulos Honored

Andreas Malikopoulos Honored

Intelligent Transportation Systems Society gives engineering professor Young Researcher Award Andreas Malikopoulos, the Terri Connor Kelly and John Kelly Career Development Associate Professor in the University of Delaware’s Department of Mechanical Engineering, has...
Giving Smart Vehicles Their Sense of Direction

Giving Smart Vehicles Their Sense of Direction

Engineering professor develops algorithms for simultaneous localization and mapping Scientists around the world are racing to develop self-driving vehicles, but a few essential components have yet to be perfected. One is localization — the vehicle’s ability to...
TV Segment Featuring UD Research Is Emmy-Nominated

TV Segment Featuring UD Research Is Emmy-Nominated

In March 2019, NBC 10 Philadelphia and Telemundo 62 aired a television segment called Growing Greater Philadelphia: Driving the Future. The video featured research by Andreas Malikopoulos, the Terri Connor Kelly and John Kelly Career Development Professor of...
Lighter, Stronger Materials

Lighter, Stronger Materials

UD’s Kun Fu discovers new way to make 3D carbon components Kun (Kelvin) Fu, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Delaware, has used a 3D printer to make pure carbon nanotube (CNT) architectures. Fu is believed to be the first person to...
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