ECE by the Numbers
Faculty Spotlight: Swati Singh
Swati Singh investigates novel optomechanical detectors for gravitational waves and uses atomic systems to mediate optomechanical effects, understanding spin bath dynamics in solid-state qubits, and quantum thermodynamics. She was previously an assistant professor at Williams College and received her doctoral degree from the University of Arizona.
The University of Delaware has been ranked among the top 30 Best Online Master’s in Computer Engineering Programs for 2019 by OnlineMasters.com. Listed at No. 7 overall, UD’s Online Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering (MSECE Online) program is...read more
Mark Bendett, MEE’81, PhD’85, led a team that developed a laser used to manufacture smartphone screens. He was instrumental in the development of a process to improve upon LASIK eye surgery. In other words, there’s a good chance you’ve encountered one of Bendett’s...read more
Professor named Fellow in the International Society for Optics and Photonics Gonzalo Arce, Charles Black Evans Professor in the University of Delaware’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has been named a Fellow of SPIE, the International Society for...read more
Research Day: May 1, 2019
ECE Research Day demonstrates the breadth of student innovative projects and research, as well as the accomplishments of alumni.
Distinguished Lecture by Ed Coyle
ECE Research Showcase,
and student, faculty and alumni awards
An Out-Of-This-World Experience
Just three weeks after earning bachelor’s degrees from the University of Delaware, four engineers experienced another milestone. They watched in awe as a device they had worked on for nearly a year shot into space on a sounding rocket from Wallops Island, Virginia.
2018 Currents Magazine
Our department’s annual magazine highlights the latest research breakthroughs, accomplishments, and news about our academic programs. > Read Issue
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