A Culture of Innovation

A Culture of Innovation

The iPhone’s touch technology was born in a UD lab. What will our engineers come up with next? Many people are buzzing about the Sept. 12 Apple announcement about the newest iPhone, the 10th anniversary edition of the device that changed the world. But did you know...
Putting Smart Weapons to the Test

Putting Smart Weapons to the Test

UD-licensed technology addresses Air Force need In the old days, a slingshot, BB gun, rifle or cannon was only as smart as the marksman taking aim. Now, many weapons are guided to their targets with the precision of infrared sensors and lasers. The technology...
Named Professorships Granted

Named Professorships Granted

Three scholars in the College of Engineering are honored as named professors The University of Delaware College of Engineering has honored three faculty members with named professorships. To be selected, faculty members must have a sustained record of achievement that...
Acting CEOE Dean Returning to Faculty

Acting CEOE Dean Returning to Faculty

Mohsen Badiey will join the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Sept. 1. Mohsen Badiey, who has been serving as interim dean of the University of Delaware College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment (CEOE), will soon return to the faculty in the College of...
Sean Wang, Entrepreneur in Residence

Sean Wang, Entrepreneur in Residence

UD grad and founder of multiple firms to provide education in entrepreneurship and resources for startups When Sean Wang came to the United States in 1985, currency exchange restrictions in China limited him to exchange a maximum of $50 U.S. from Chinese Yuan. After...
UD Hosts Cybersecurity Camp

UD Hosts Cybersecurity Camp

At state of Delaware summer program, students learned how to outwit hackers When Jose Monsalve was 10, he used to tinker with his family’s computer — much to his mother’s dismay. In late July, Monsalve, who is now a UD graduate student in electrical and computer...
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