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...
Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching

Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching

Four UD doctoral students were recently named recipients of the Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching Award. Honored this year were: Laura Cutler, a doctoral student in human development and family studies; Peyton Delgorio, a doctoral student in biomedical...
Advancing Women in the Professoriate

Advancing Women in the Professoriate

ADVANCE Institute offers grants to empower female faculty Kathy McCoy was reluctant to step outside her comfort zone as professor of computer and information sciences, a position she had held for 15 years at the University of Delaware. She didn’t necessarily see...
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...
Chandrasekaran Reflects on High Performance Computing

Chandrasekaran Reflects on High Performance Computing

Sunita Chandrasekaran, assistant professor of computer science at UD, and Jack Dongarra, University Distinguished Professor in the electrical engineering and computer science at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, recently reflected on their experiences at SC18,...
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...