Memes Versus Bots

Memes Versus Bots

Research team investigating how memes could be used to outsmart bots that crawl the Internet Memes aren’t just for laughs—they could be used as tools to keep sensitive data safe, according to a team of researchers from the University of Delaware Department of...
Secure Delaware 2019

Secure Delaware 2019

University of Delaware cybersecurity experts share knowledge with other statewide leaders At the Secure Delaware conference, held on September 24, 2019, cybersecurity leaders from across the First State convened to discuss emerging issues and threats. Among the...
Hui Fang Recognized for Early Career Academic Achievement

Hui Fang Recognized for Early Career Academic Achievement

The University of Illinois to honor her with alumni award Hui Fang, Associate Professor and the David L. and Beverley J. C. Mills Chair in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has received the 2019 Early Career Academic Achievement Alumni Award from...
Neural Networks

Neural Networks

UD research could expand the use of artificial intelligence on internet-of-things hardware If you have a smart phone with facial recognition, you may have wondered: How does your device learn to recognize your face as opposed to, say, your spouse’s face? Credit a...
Exploring Mysteries of the Universe

Exploring Mysteries of the Universe

Engineering Prof. Swati Singh uses quantum systems to study astrophysical phenomena From gravitational waves to dark matter, the universe holds many difficult-to-detect mysteries that still baffle even the scientists who study these subjects. To identify and explore...
A Major Computational Resource for Delaware

A Major Computational Resource for Delaware

Big data and high performance computing system to catalyze Delaware research and education An interdisciplinary team of researchers led by Rudolf (Rudi) Eigenmann, professor of electrical and computer engineering, has received a $1.4 million grant from the National...
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