Quantum Computing Workforce
New graduate program puts UD in select company with in-demand degrees
Best Student Paper Award
Cameron Ibrahim, a doctoral student in CIS who is supervised by Ilya Safro, associate professor, received the Best Student Paper Award at the 2022 IEEE High Performance Extreme Computing conference.
Three scientists share physics Nobel prize for quantum mechanics work
Alain Aspect, John F Clauser and Anton Zeilinger win prize for work on phenomenon Einstein described as ‘spooky action at a distance’
Preparing for a Tech Revolution
UD to help advance quantum technologies, workforce development The science of the small — quantum science and the skillful manipulation of particles as tiny as a single atom or a single photon of light — is driving a big technology revolution. Nazifa Tasnim Arony, a...
New Atomic Data Portal
UD’s Safronova, Eigenmann and collaborators share the power of precision atomic physics.
Dark Matter Detection
UD’s Singh and collaborators propose repurposing tabletop sensors to search for dark matter.
Young Investigator Award
UD CHARM professor honored for excellence in molecular beam research.
UD Joins Mid-Atlantic Quantum Alliance
The University of Delaware has joined the Mid-Atlantic Quantum Alliance — a hub for quantum technology research, development, innovation and education that seeks to advance U.S. and regional leadership in the coming quantum revolution.
$18 Million for UD center to advance materials research
Federally-funded center to advance materials research.
Combining the best of quantum computing and classical computing
Ilya Safro is working to create algorithms that combine the best of quantum computing and classical computing, a hybrid that could put quantum hardware a step closer to solving real-life problems.