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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...
Engineering Entrepreneurship

Engineering Entrepreneurship

College of Engineering launches second year of summer program to support entrepreneurial mindset In collaboration with the Horn Program in Entrepreneurship, the University of Delaware College of Engineering (CoE) is running a program called CoE Fellows in parallel...
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 Graduate Research Fellowships

NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

Twelve UD students, alumni win prestigious research support A dozen University of Delaware students (undergraduate and graduate) and alumni have won National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships as the prestigious competition marks its 65th year. Fourteen...
Membrane, Heal Thyself

Membrane, Heal Thyself

Paper documents self-healing membrane for fuel cell applications Fuel cells, which offer a cleaner, more efficient alternative to the combustion of gasoline and other fossil fuels, are an important enabling technology for the nation’s energy portfolio....
Women of Promise

Women of Promise

Allison Burris Castellanos encourages women faculty, students to become advocates The University of Delaware honored more than 100 students at this year’s Women of Promise dinner on March 15. Allison Burris Castellanos, educator and member of the UD Board of Trustees,...
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...
Building Better Batteries

Building Better Batteries

Researchers report new approach to improving lithium-sulfur batteries Rechargeable lithium-ion batteries are the power behind most modern portable electronics, including cell phones, tablets, laptops, fitness trackers, and smart watches. However, their energy density...
Industry Partners Day

Industry Partners Day

Gore CEO Terri Kelly shares lessons learned during successful career Terri Kelly, president and CEO of W.L. Gore and Associates, shared some of her three decades of career wisdom with an audience of more than 150 students, faculty, alumni, and representatives of...