Student Spotlight: Lauren Baron

Student Spotlight: Lauren Baron

Congratulations to Lauren Baron, a recipient of an Honorable Mention in the 2021 CRA Outstanding Undergraduate Researchers award program! Lauren is currently completing her junior year in the College of Engineering and Honors College, majoring in Computer Science and...
Interdisciplinary Problem Solving

Interdisciplinary Problem Solving

Computing, engineering and polymer sciences converge in new NSF doctoral traineeship Big-name chemical companies like DuPont and W.L. Gore have complex materials problems to solve. The trouble is they’re in need of well-rounded researchers to find the solutions...
High Performance Computing Leader

High Performance Computing Leader

The Exascale Computing Project Selects Sunita Chandrasekaran As Principal Investigator of the SOLLVE Project The US Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Exascale Computing Project (ECP) has named Sunita Chandrasekaran of Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) as principal...
Harnessing Artificial Intelligence for the Masses

Harnessing Artificial Intelligence for the Masses

UD Prof. Rudolf Eigenmann is part of $20 million NSF cyberinfrastructure project It takes real intelligence and plenty of collaborative muscle to harness the potential of artificial intelligence. Most of us can barely grasp the concept of human-made machines learning...
Computer and Information Science appoints interim chair

Computer and Information Science appoints interim chair

Professor Rudolf (Rudi) Eigenmann has been appointed to serve as Interim Department Chair for CIS, effective Sept. 1, 2021. He succeeds Kathy McCoy, chair since 2015, who completed her term after extending it an additional year. Professor McCoy will remain as a...
Surfing the Tidal Wave of Data

Surfing the Tidal Wave of Data

At the dawn of a new information age, Cathy Wu’s star keeps rising Cathy Wu, like a lot of college students, was having a hard time finding her way. The year was 1982, and the young woman who would become UD’s data-science guru was facing a quandary familiar to female...