Malikopoulos Lab Featured on NBC Philadelphia

Malikopoulos Lab Featured on NBC Philadelphia

The Mini Town in Delaware Where the Future Is Being Tested Students at the University of Delaware are using toys to tackle real-world problems like making our streets safer and honing technology like driverless cars. We take a look at a “mini world” that...
UD Engineering’s Next Era

UD Engineering’s Next Era

Levi T. Thompson shares vision as new dean of College of Engineering Levi T. Thompson joined the University of Delaware in early October as dean of the College of Engineering. It’s a homecoming for Thompson, who received a bachelor’s degree in chemical...
UD grads help GE fly

UD grads help GE fly

Team of young Blue Hens ride leading edge of jet technology Consider the humble coffee cup. Its simple duties conceal a deceptively formidable character: The ceramic it is made of is harder than steel, and the scalding liquids it holds never seem to do it much harm....
Engineering For Fun

Engineering For Fun

Students design and build toys, pitch to Melissa and Doug representatives Engineering students at the University of Delaware recently pitched their own inventions to representatives from a major toy company. A trio of professionals from Melissa and Doug, a toymaker...
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...
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