DE Space Grant student and UD engineering grad Elaine Stewart helped prepare the James Webb Space Telescope! Read the UDaily article at https://www.udel.edu/udaily/2021/december/james-webb-space-telescope-engineering-elaine-stewart-galaxies/.
NASA has issued a Cooperative Agreement Notice (CAN) Rapid Response Research (R3) announcement for the FY 2023 EPSCoR program. Delaware has an opportunity to submit six proposals by December 15, 2022. Unless otherwise indicated, proposals must be two to three pages in length for potential funding under this CAN. Thirty awards are expected across EPSCoR… Continue reading NASA EPSCoR CAN Rapid Response Research (R3) Announcement: Request for Proposals
NASA EPSCoR Stimuli is a summary collection of college and university basic research and technology development reports impacting NASA’s earth science, aviation, and human and robotic deep space exploration programs. This document addresses research which is relevant to NASA’s mission, and currently administered by the agency’s Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research.
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Yuping Zeng (Science PI) and Associate Professor Vishal Saxena (Co-I) from UD’s Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, on the submission of a successful proposal in NASA’s national competition! The proposal, “High performance W-band GaN power amplifiers for cloud Doppler radar arrays”, was selected by NASA for 2022 funding.
Congratulations to University of Delaware Assistant Professor Tyler Van Buren (Mechanical Engineering) on his awarded proposal “Turbulence decay of a bubble/sediment laden liquid in ISS microgravity”! Selected by NASA for 2022 funding, Dr. Van Buren’s research will ultimately fly on the International Space Station.
Congratulations to University of Delaware’s Mary A. S. Lighthipe Professor Xiao-Hai Yan and Unidel Edward G. Jefferson Chair Professor Cathy H. Wu on the submission of a successful proposal in NASA’s national competition! The proposal, “NASA EPSCoR Research Project: Building a Competitive and Sustainable Delaware Remote Sensing Big Data Center for Cutting-Edge Coastal and Environmental… Continue reading 2020 NASA EPSCoR CAN Research Award
Douglas Austin (DSU Applied Chemistry) As a graduate research student, Douglas’ focus is to explore chemistry and find ways to remediate contaminants from waterways. He is researching new material to expand material science and aid in understanding carbon quantum nanodots. “Whether my future is in the industry or academia, graduate school has been one of… Continue reading Introducing the 2022/2023 Delaware Space Grant Graduate Fellows
Hanna Armstrong (UD Biomedical Engineering) Hanna is a rising junior in the College of Engineering at the University of Delaware, majoring in Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Biomechanics. Her interest lies in developing medical devices that increase medical-care access for patients with inconvenient/insufficient geographical or financial circumstances. To attain this goal, she plans to… Continue reading Introducing the 2022/2023 Delaware Space Grant Undergraduate Tuition Awardees