Tsu-Wei Chou Takes Center Stage

Tsu-Wei Chou Takes Center Stage

At international conference, the UD mechanical engineering professor gave key lecture In the field of composite materials, Tsu-Wei Chou is an icon. Chou, the Pierre S. du Pont Chair of Engineering in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, gave a plenary lecture in...
Three New Engineering Chairs

Three New Engineering Chairs

CBE, CEE and ME departments have new leadership The University of Delaware’s College of Engineering is pleased to announce the appointment of three new department chairs. “These faculty members are already trailblazers in their fields, and I anticipate that they will...
Distinguished Dissertations

Distinguished Dissertations

Top honors for research in engineering, biology, sociology, economics education, political science, art history Completing the defining piece of doctoral study — the dissertation — is an extraordinary achievement that few accomplish. The University of...
Reducing Radiation

Reducing Radiation

Paper reports successful use of nanocomposites to absorb electromagnetic radiation The rapid development of modern electronic equipment and wireless devices has resulted in severe electromagnetic (EM) radiation pollution, which has implications in the health of...
NSF Career Award

NSF Career Award

Feser’s research to focus on engineering of materials with improved thermal properties At a microscopic level, heat flow in many materials occurs through random vibrations, called phonons, that transport energy in a wave-like manner. Recently, Joe Feser, assistant...
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