ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING

Student WinnersA Device That Illuminates The Invisible

UD engineers build millimeter wave imager to see through objects If you want to see through objects, you could call Superman — or ask some engineers for help. A team of engineers led by University of Delaware professor Dennis Prather, a recent inductee to the National...


Student WinnersStudent Team Wins Embedded Security Challenge

Three UD graduate students in computer engineering — Patrick Cronin, Charles Gouert, and Fateme Hosseini — took first place in the Embedded Security Challenge at the finals of CSAW.


Collin WallishBlocker and Engineer, Collin Wallish Helps Blue Hens

Graduating with a near perfect grade point average in engineering on top of that is definitely not possible for many. But Collin Wallish of the University of Delaware football program did just that and for his outstanding work both in the classroom and on the field, he was named to the First Team Google Cloud/CoSIDA Academic All-District team.

John CavazosIn Memoriam: John Cavazos

John Cavazos Jr., an associate professor in the Department of Computer and Information Sciences and Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, died on Nov. 3, 2018. He was 49.

Contributions can be made in memory of Dr. Cavazos here on University of Delaware’s secure website.

Next-Generation ComputingMeasuring Real-World Application Performance on Next-Generation Computing Systems

Research Technologies at Indiana University jointly with the University of Delaware have been awarded $300,000 by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to prepare real-world parallel scientific applications for integration into a benchmark suite.

Make Winter CountRegister for Winter Session

UD’s Winter Session registration is now open for any student who wants to make their winter ‘count’ by earning credits during break.

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