Build Better. Dream Bigger.
In the College of Engineering, we like to dream.
UD engineers impact the world, both locally and around the globe – whether it is researchers making headlines for groundbreaking discoveries and idea leadership; new programs that attract top talent and support discovery learning; or students who are contributing to the creation of a better world.
Ideas need champions – and UD Engineering has plenty.
Read on to learn more about recent engineering highlights:
- April Kloxin, chemical & biomolecular engineering
- Erik Thostenson, mechanical engineering
- Chengmo Yang, electrical & computer engineering
Groundbreaking supercomputing research
Guang Gao and department of electrical & computer engineering, and a team of researchers at the University of Delaware are performing ground-breaking research that may impact the landscape of supercomputing. Again.
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Biomedical research program
UD's Xinqiao Jia recognized for biomaterials research
Research in the areas of drug delivery and tissue engineering has witnessed tremendous progress in recent years due to its unlimited potential to improve human health.
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Engineering welcomes CIS
Reflecting the growing connection between disciplines in the information age, CIS strengths in bioinformatics, high-performance computing, natural language processing, networks, software engineering, vision, and graphics complement the expertise of our faculty, providing a strong foundation for interdisciplinary research and education programs.
Award winning students
Consistently producing students who win top national awards, UD Engineering continues to attract and produce future leaders in engineering fields.
Women in leadership
The College of Engineering recognizes women in leadership roles, who are leading by example. A growing trend at UD are our women leaders who are directors of centers and program leaders who help recruit and mentor the next generation of leaders.