Super Computing

Super Computing

UD professor’s team chosen to develop apps for Oak Ridge National Laboratory computer Leading the way into what computer scientists call the exascale era, the Frontier supercomputer will debut at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Lab (ORNL) in...
IN MEMORIAM: DAVID LAMB

IN MEMORIAM: DAVID LAMB

Founding chair of computer and information sciences department remembered as talented teacher and researcher David E. Lamb, former University of Delaware professor of chemical engineering, director of UD’s Computing Center and founding chair of the Department of...
Delaware Computer Science Education Summit

Delaware Computer Science Education Summit

Education leaders work to increase K-12 students’ access to computer science An increasing number of Delaware high schools offer computer science courses. Still, there’s more work to be done to ensure that every child in the First State has the opportunity to learn...
Virtual Reality for Physical Therapy

Virtual Reality for Physical Therapy

Computer science professor develops award-winning tool for improving upper body mobility A University of Delaware professor was part of a team that won the Best Virtual Reality Prize at theReality Virtually Hackathon, held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology...
Seeing the world through a different lens

Seeing the world through a different lens

Alina Christenbury explores virtual and augmented reality Editor’s Note: Get to know a dozen of our 2018 undergraduate Summer Scholars in this series of question/answer profiles on them and their work. The Summer Scholars program offers undergrads an expansive menu of...
Computer Science, News