In Memoriam: Hagit Shatkay-Reshef

In Memoriam: Hagit Shatkay-Reshef

Campus community remembers professor, bioinformatics expert Hagit Shatkay, a University of Delaware professor and bioinformatics expert, passed away on Jan. 2, 2022. Dr. Shatkay served as a professor at the College of Engineering’s Department of Computer and...
Mapmakers

Mapmakers

UD students competed in the 2021 geospatial data visualization and map design contest A map showing the vulnerability of Wilmington residents to sea level rise in 2100 under multiple projected scenarios has won this year’s University of Delaware Student Competition...
New Atomic Data Portal

New Atomic Data Portal

UD’s Safronova, Eigenmann and collaborators share the power of precision atomic physics Even if you’re one of the most precise physicists on the planet — as University of Delaware Professor Marianna Safronova is — you still will need collaborators whose skills...
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...
Digital Boot Camp Helps Researchers Expand Coding Skills

Digital Boot Camp Helps Researchers Expand Coding Skills

Two-day event helps 87 upgrade code for high-performance computing A two-day digital boot camp hosted by the University of Delaware helped 87 participating scientists ramp up their data analysis skills. The July event, held in partnership with GPUhackathon.org, was...
Telling Stories, Conquering Biases

Telling Stories, Conquering Biases

Computer science doctoral student recognized for diverse interests and impact As a doctoral student studying computer science, Minji Kong is interested in developing new digital technologies to improve computer science learning in K-12 classrooms. She is also a...