University of Delaware - College of Engineering

With the aid of computers, it is possible to solve problems previously well beyond the reach of human capability at speeds that are equal to the urgency created by the modern world. Problems recently considered far too complex to be treated quantitatively are now solved routinely. These same computers, which are helping to solve the problems of science, technology, government, and business, are widely applied in information systems of service to everyone and in automation systems to further reduce the toil of humankind. Their potential for extending human brainpower is just beginning to be appreciated.

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NSF Career Award

UD's Ben Carterette has been awarded a National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Award for his research on search engines.

Three UD scientists among Thomson Reuters' 2014 Highly Cited Researchers

Three University of Delaware professors -- Pamela Green, Blake Meyers and Cathy Wu -- are among the world’s top scientists, according to the recently launched Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researchers list.

Delaware team explores using Google Glass to make cheaper prosthetics

University of Delaware researchers are using Google Glass for a more affordable way to fit and manufacture leg braces, and hope soon to use the technology to fabricate prosthetics.

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