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Highly Cited Researchers

Highly Cited Researchers

Seven UD professors named to 2020 global list Seven University of Delaware professors have been named to the 2020 Highly Cited Researchers list from Clarivate, the global analytics company. The annual list identifies researchers who have demonstrated significant...
New Faculty

New Faculty

We are welcoming four new experts. The Department of Computer and Information Sciences is proud to share that we are welcoming four new faculty during this academic year. Xing Gao Research interests: Security, Cloud Computing, and Mobile Computing. LEARN MORE...
UD Golfer Honored

UD Golfer Honored

Aashaka Desai earns Colonial Athletic Association John Randolph Inspiration Award Aashaka Desai, a recent University of Delaware graduate and four-year member of the Blue Hen women’s golf team, earned the prestigious Colonial Athletic Association John Randolph...
Robotics on the Rise

Robotics on the Rise

Center for Autonomous and Robotic Systems to galvanize robotics research at UD The University of Delaware is becoming a leading destination for cutting-edge robotics and autonomy research, thanks in part to the new Center for Autonomous and Robotics Systems (CARS),...
Newly Tenured and Promoted Faculty

Newly Tenured and Promoted Faculty

The College of Engineering is proud to announce that the following faculty have received promotions and/or tenure, effective September 1, 2020. Promotion from Associate Professor to Professor: LaShanda Korley, Materials Science and Engineering/Chemical and...
Building Better Benchmarks

Building Better Benchmarks

UD computer scientists on team measuring the true performance of supercomputers Imagine that you’re shopping for a computer — not a laptop or a desktop for your home office, but a supercomputer that can perform as many as a quintillion calculations per second. How...
Off the Grid

Off the Grid

UD researchers advance communication options Let’s say you are hiking the Adirondack Mountains in New York or the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. It is getting dark, you are miles from camp, and you sprain an ankle. You have no cell service. What do you do? Or maybe you...
Inclusive Programs Show Resilience

Inclusive Programs Show Resilience

Students with disabilities, staff adjust to remote learning amid coronavirus Melissa Gatti misses the Green. “I loved walking around campus, seeing the activities going on,” said the first-year computer and information sciences major, who is part of the University of...