High Performance Computing

High Performance Computing

New HPC cluster named for former UD IT director Jane Caviness The University of Delaware’s newest high performance computing (HPC) community cluster, named Caviness, puts vast computational power at researchers’ disposal. Named for Jane Caviness, a former UD employee...
No Dinosaur Bones Here

No Dinosaur Bones Here

Computing Museum creators reflect on rapid advancement of technology Museums commonly feature items such as ancient artifacts and dinosaur bones. That’s not the case for the Computing Museum housed in Smith Hall at the University of Delaware. Many of the items on...
Highly Cited Researchers

Highly Cited Researchers

Cathy Wu, Craig Brown and Anderson Janotti make list of top influencers Engineers at the University of Delaware do research that garners attention from scientists and engineers around the world, and three faculty members in the College of Engineering were recently...
Students, Faculty Excel at HPC Conference

Students, Faculty Excel at HPC Conference

The University of Delaware was well represented by undergraduate and graduate students and faculty at SC18, the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis, in November 2018. Joshua H. Davis, a first-year student in...
In Memoriam: John Cavazos

In Memoriam: John Cavazos

John Cavazos Jr., an associate professor in the Department of Computer and Information Sciences and Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Delaware, died on Nov. 3, 2018. He was 49. “John left us all too soon,” said Kathy McCoy, chair...
UD Engineering’s Next Era

UD Engineering’s Next Era

Levi T. Thompson shares vision as new dean of College of Engineering Levi T. Thompson joined the University of Delaware in early October as dean of the College of Engineering. It’s a homecoming for Thompson, who received a bachelor’s degree in chemical...
Reusable Software for High Performance Computing

Reusable Software for High Performance Computing

UD’s Sunita Chandrasekaran receives NSF grant to create powerful software framework The world’s fastest supercomputer can now perform 200,000 trillion calculations per second, and several companies and government agencies around the world are competing to build a...
Skills, support, success

Skills, support, success

Computer science alumna, Google employee shares her journey When Priscilla Moraes moved from Brazil to Newark, Delaware, her husband was pursuing a doctoral degree in computer science at the University of Delaware. Moraes already had a bachelor’s degree and a master’s...
Grad Student Picked for International Forum

Grad Student Picked for International Forum

Computer science doctoral student Moumita Bhattacharya to attend Heidelberg Laureate Forum Precision medicine is one of the hottest topics in healthcare, and a graduate student at the University of Delaware is earning international recognition for her work in this...