Celebrating 50 Years

Celebrating 50 Years

Tsu-Wei Chou is among the longest-serving professors in the College of Engineering Many of today’s technological marvels — from aircraft to automobiles to wind turbine blades — are made of strong, lightweight composite materials, or composites. In the field of...
College of Engineering Announces Dean’s Awards

College of Engineering Announces Dean’s Awards

Faculty recognized for teaching, research, community engagement Levi T. Thompson, Dean of the College of Engineering at the University of Delaware, has selected three faculty members to receive Dean’s awards in 2019. “At the University of Delaware, our students are...
In Recognition of Outstanding Work

In Recognition of Outstanding Work

Burris honored for excellence in scholarship Four members of the University of Delaware faculty have been recognized for outstanding work through two new awards selected by the Faculty Senate’s Committee on Student and Faculty Honors. The honors were announced at the...
Honor for Jill Higginson

Honor for Jill Higginson

Engineering professor named Fellow by American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering There’s a treadmill in the center of Professor Jill Higginson’s laboratory, and it’s not for impromptu workouts. Higginson studies human motion and gait so that she and...
Examining 2D Materials, Atom by Atom

Examining 2D Materials, Atom by Atom

Engineers uncover strength, toughness of hexagonal boron nitride From smartphones that bend to solar panels that wrap around houses, flexible electronics could make consumers very happy. But first, someone has to figure out how to make them. One important question is...
The Secret Life of Batteries

The Secret Life of Batteries

Professor examines the properties of batteries so he can make them charge faster You probably use batteries every single day, but do you actually understand how they work? Koffi Pierre Yao, a new assistant professor of mechanical engineering at the University of...
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