Giving Smart Vehicles Their Sense of Direction

Giving Smart Vehicles Their Sense of Direction

Engineering professor develops algorithms for simultaneous localization and mapping Scientists around the world are racing to develop self-driving vehicles, but a few essential components have yet to be perfected. One is localization — the vehicle’s ability to...
TV Segment Featuring UD Research Is Emmy-Nominated

TV Segment Featuring UD Research Is Emmy-Nominated

In March 2019, NBC 10 Philadelphia and Telemundo 62 aired a television segment called Growing Greater Philadelphia: Driving the Future. The video featured research by Andreas Malikopoulos, the Terri Connor Kelly and John Kelly Career Development Professor of...
Driven to Discover

Driven to Discover

Students help build Delaware ground station for NASA mission Editor’s note: Research, community service, internships and study abroad are part of the summer for University of Delaware students. Follow them in action in our series of profiles and stories, which will be...
Lighter, Stronger Materials

Lighter, Stronger Materials

UD’s Kun Fu discovers new way to make 3D carbon components Kun (Kelvin) Fu, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Delaware, has used a 3D printer to make pure carbon nanotube (CNT) architectures. Fu is believed to be the first person to...
Three Bountiful Years of UD Food Pantry

Three Bountiful Years of UD Food Pantry

Article by Casey Impagliazzo Photos by iStock and courtesy of Shannon Murray and Casey Impagliazzo June 27, 2019 Colleen Murray, Class of 2019, reminisces on the creation of Blue Hen Bounty As the University of Delaware’s newest Blue Hens prepare to arrive, some will...
New Approach to an Old Problem

New Approach to an Old Problem

Article by Kelly Bothum  Photo by Hilary Douwes and Gina Porter June 14, 2019   Hamstring injuries attacked by students at Brainstorm-a-Palooza University of Delaware faculty and Athletic Department staff were looking for a new solution to an old problem for athletes,...
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...