A SECOND ACT IN CYBERSECURITY

A SECOND ACT IN CYBERSECURITY

Alumnus is a rising star in her second career Patricia Lehman, a resident of Wilmington, Delaware, spent decades as a freelance writer. She wrote award-winning books and magazine articles about Boston terriers, miniature pinschers and other tiny domestic dogs. Today,...
NEW IEEE FELLOWS

NEW IEEE FELLOWS

Article by College of Engineering communications staff Photo illustration by Joy Smoker Electrical and computer engineering professors recognized for contributions to the field Two electrical and computer engineering professors from the University of Delaware have...
UD MAKERGYM

UD MAKERGYM

Article by Tracey Bryant Photos by Evan Krape December 18, 2019 Novel makerspace boosts UD MakerNetwork for students, faculty, staff The gymnasium where middle school students in Newark, Delaware, once took phys ed class will soon provide University of Delaware...
A RECORD-SETTING TRANSISTOR

A RECORD-SETTING TRANSISTOR

Engineering professor designs transistor that could enable cheaper, faster wireless communications Many of the technologies we rely on, from smartphones to wearable devices and more, utilize fast wireless communications. What might we accomplish if those devices...
Shaping the World of Financial Services Technology

Shaping the World of Financial Services Technology

UD, Delaware Technology Park and Discover Bank partner on new FinTech building at STAR Campus Once a nearly blank canvas inviting imagination for what the university of the future may look like, the University of Delaware’s Science Technology and Advanced Research...
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...
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