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A World of Discovery: Facilities

The Jeong H. Kim
Engineering Building

The Jeong H. Kim Engineering Building is one of the most significant additions to the Clark School in its more than 100 years of existence. The 160,000-square foot building includes a new clean room facility, as well as many state-of-the-art laboratory facilities. Major emphases of the Kim Building include information technology, nanotechnology, bioengineering, microelectronics and MEMS, sensors and actuators, environmental engineering, intelligent transportation systems and space research.

 

 

The Clark School offers its faculty, students, colleagues, and collaborators extensive technological resources and facilities. With almost 200 state-of-the-art laboratories, centers, major projects and consortia dedicated to research and education, as well as multimedia classrooms and several open-computing laboratories, we provide a wide variety of opportunities to engage in top-notch research and scholarly pursuits. You may quickly explore our featured facilities to learn more about some of our distinctive capabilities, or follow the individual links see all we have to offer.

Reserve rooms in the Kim Building (Note: you must be on campus to access this form. You can access from home only if you use the VPN client. The VPN client can be found here.)

If you would like to reserve a Student Affairs Conference Room in Martin Hall, please send an email to careerengr@umd.edu.

View the Kim Building floor plans.

Computing Resources

Clark School Computing Resources

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