Using Sensors to Spot Infrastructure Damage

Using Sensors to Spot Infrastructure Damage

UD team aims to commercialize structural health monitoring systems An entrepreneurial team based at the University of Delaware is working to commercialize a system that could make infrastructure such as bridges and pipelines safer. The team, called Smartenius,...
Transport in UD’s Scaled Smart City

Transport in UD’s Scaled Smart City

Student helps tackle traffic challenges for autonomous vehicles Yiming Wan is a senior majoring in mechanical engineering from Yangzhou, China Q: What is your research focus at UD? Wan: I study the use of connected and automated vehicles, known in the industry as...
A Banner Year for Blue Hen Racing

A Banner Year for Blue Hen Racing

University of Delaware Formula SAE team captures highest finish yet If you dream of building or driving a race car, you can do it at the University of Delaware—all while earning an engineering degree. Just ask Sean Nelan. The recent graduate, who earned a degree...
Mesoscopic Methods

Mesoscopic Methods

The 15th International Conference for Mesoscopic Methods in Engineering and Science (ICMMES 2018) was held at the University of Delaware from Monday, July 9, 2018 to Friday, July 13, 2018. Local organizers of this year’s conference were Lian-Ping Wang, a professor...
Which Drone Should You Trust?

Which Drone Should You Trust?

Drones are increasingly important tools for law enforcement agencies. Among other uses, drones can be equipped with sensors to detect radioactive material that is illicitly transported. When a squad of robotic drones collects information from their onboard radiation...
Engineering Change Abroad

Engineering Change Abroad

Engineers Without Borders helps UD alumni launch careers in international development For Sarah Hartman and Melissa Landman, one small decision to join the University of Delaware’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders set them on a greater path toward a profession in...
Driving high-speed innovation

Driving high-speed innovation

Blue Hen Racing team heads to DC festival with UD-built Formula car As a little kid, maybe 2 or 3 years old, Sean Nelan carried a socket wrench wherever he went. Cars were his thing. So when he was a high school student touring the University of Delaware campus and...