Four Maryland Engineers among awardees from across campus
Recognition honors excellence in research and teaching.
STEM Summer Camp held at the SMART building and MATRIX lab
A former civil and environmental engineering chair, Witczak built the department’s pavement engineering curriculum.
It is the latest step the industry has taken to make 5G the most secure network ever.
NSF awards $3.6 million to support “third lung” research.
UMD professor joins select group of thought leaders.
Marksz will be honored at a virtual ceremony in May.
UMD researchers presented new findings, tools, and technologies, including a COVID-19 Impact Dashboard that leverages mobile device data.
Eden receives IHOF award for inventions contributing to the development and commercialization of micro-plasma technologies and excimer lasers.
Aerospace engineering senior Charles Flanagan takes first place in Undergraduate Category.
Sixty-eight undergraduate students from the A. James Clark School of Engineering were recognized with 2020 Annual Engineering Honors and Awards.
The annual series honors contributions to bridging geotechnical and pavement engineering.
Clark School students take top prize in Pitch Dingman competition.
UMD-supported business development facility creating ventilators from breast pumps along with masks, shields to fill need.
Grody, Sturtevant and Rappaport take top spot with their patent-pending Hydraze solution.
The Clark School Honors Electrical Engineering Alum Donald H. Willis for Significant Innovative Contributions.
125 Years of Engineering Excellence at the University of Maryland (1894–2019)
Green technologies, such as recycled pavement, have the capacity to both lower operating costs for businesses through carbon credits and reduce pollution.
Niemeier is the first of several endowed Clark Distinguished Chairs to be appointed through the Clark Foundation investment.
The Clark School honors this year's alumni celebrating the 50th, 55th, 60th, and 70th anniversaries of their University of Maryland graduations.
The Center for Engineering Concepts Development celebrated its distinguished history and decades of accomplishments during their 20th Anniversary and Middleton Luncheon.
Timothy J. Regan, president and CEO of Whiting-Turner, will share insights gained during his career.
An Expert Gets to the Bottom of Them (and Blows Out a Tire)
Alumnus Chuck Popenoe inducted into the A. James Clark School of Engineering’s Innovation Hall of Fame for inventing SmartBolts®.
The latest from a partnership of University of Maryland researchers, county officials, nonprofits, and private-sector leaders.
Popenoe is being honored for inventing SmartBolts®
The project could enable new advanced quantum research and technology.
The cutting-edge Whiting-Turner Infrastructure Engineering Laboratories total more than 7,000 square feet.
The program will recruit and train more than 60 doctoral students.
An annual event honored the academic achievements of the Clark School's diverse student body.
The American Academy of Arts and Sciences is one of the nation's oldest and most reputable honorary societies.
Dr. Wen-An Chiou, director of the AIM Lab, selected as Microscopy Society of America Fellow
Maryland's is among the first “core swarm sprints” projects awarded in DARPA’s OFFensive Swarm-Enabled Tactics (OFFSET) program.
Merdon has overseen more than $11 billion in construction projects and programs over her 30-year career.
Faculty, staff, and students gave more than 50 presentations during the four-day event.
Dr. Gilmore (UMD '71) passed on October 9 of this year.
View landscapes and research operations at three locations.
The UAS Test Site will stream from South Carolina.
P. S. Krishnaprasad and alumnus Matteo Mischiati devise a new fiber bundle structure to describe the changing forms of flocks and underlying kinematic modes.
Participants included researchers from 10 colleges and 15 research centers.
OrionAST sponsors second workshop to connect academia, industry and government to address critical issues in orbital debris policy, management and mitigation.
UMD Tests Communications Systems in Real Time with First Responders
Fischell Dept. of Bioengineering founding chair recognized with university's highest academic honor conferred upon faculty.
The National Transportation Center at Maryland hosts nearly 200 transportation experts for innovation and policy summit.
Campus inventors to be honored at Celebration of Innovation and Partnerships
CEE Associate Professor and NTC@Maryland Director recognized for influential scientific and scholarly work.
Joins 23 other Clark-affiliated faculty
Aerospace Engineering Professor recognized for contributions to the field of smart structures and materials.
NTC@Maryland to develop technology to deliver personalized, real-time travel information to users and incentivize energy-efficient travel.
CEE to redesign virtual and physical infrastructure engineering laboratories.
CEE researchers host "Building Blocks for a National Resilience Scorecard" workshop.
Student teams conquer light bulb challenge at 4th annual competition.
Mechanical Engineering Visiting Professor Jerry Forbes Receives APS 2015 George E. Duvall Shock Compression Science Award.
Clark School corporate partner to build $1B casino-resort at National Harbor.
More than 250 project management professionals gathered at the University of Maryland June 9-10 for the inaugural Project Management Symposium.
Civil Engineering alumnus to speak at address Clark School graduates.
Green technologies, oyster farming, Chesapeake Bay-saving and medical inventions dominate the funding round.
Civil engineering graduate to lead Baltimore-based contracting company.
University of Maryland professor will begin new role in early January.
Mechanical Engineering professor recognized for pioneering contributions to thermal packaging of electronic components.
Second annual showcase event held by University of Maryland's Center of Excellence in Regulatory Science and Innovation.
Former President and Clark School Professor Named President of National Academy of Engineering.
More than 860 engineering students received diplomas at May 20 ceremony.
Clark School professor and alumni fuel breakthrough success on final X-51A Waverider flight
Alumnus Ashish Bagai to be inducted into Clark School Innovation Hall of Fame for work on Sikorsky X2TD Demonstrator.
Clark School professor, former UMD president would lead National Academy of Engineering beginning July 2013.
Civil engineering major and Engineers Without Borders volunteer HK Stephens to participate in May 20 ceremony.
Their novel "natural timestamp" improves security and editing of audio, visual recordings.
Delegation seeks partnerships, information on American universities.
Engineers Without Borders chapter installs solar-powered filtration and distribution system for clean water.
Aerospace engineering's Matthew Marcus wins Phi Kappa Phi Foundation's Shirley C. Sorensen Academic Excellence Award.
Praise for team entered into the Congressional Record.
Engineer who revolutionized prognostics for electronics systems is inducted into Clark School's Innovation Hall of Fame.
Partnership supports students, faculty and postdoc research in nanobiotechnology, cybersecurity, computing, and sensors.
Event will feature keynote by Former Director of National Intelligence Mike McConnell.
Alumnus Briskman newest Innovation Hall of Fame honoree.
New partnership expands program, places students in federal labs.
Clark School faculty promotions, moves announced.
Program to benefit Clark School undergraduate and graduate students, research programs.
Funds support design of nano-tech coherent dielectric barriers for quantum computing.
Alumnus celebrated for his influence on today's electronic devices.
White Symposium to discuss how electronic devices influence modern life.
Thirteen staff members recognized for "milestone" service.
Thin battery, nano-velcro and key exchange system named top UM inventions.
Alex Severinsky is 2008 Clark School Innovation Hall of Fame inductee.
"Frontiers of Engineering" targets exceptional young engineers.
White Symposium speakers outline characteristics of great engineers and programs.
CivE alumnus inducted into Innovation Hall of Fame for geotechnical engineering work.
Oct. 4 event will explore geotechnical engineering and protecting natural resources.
Uzi Vishkin's group develops first easy-to-program parallel processing supercomputer prototype.
Dean cites need for "10,000 gifts" to reach $185M Great Expectations
Dick Duffey, university alum and professor, founded campus nuclear engineering program, reactor.
Southern Maryland facility is expected to open in 2009.
Electrical engineering alumnus inducted into Innovation Hall of Fame for telecommunications inventions.
October 16 event will feature Barry West, Andrew Viterbi and Rajiv Laroia.
The Clark School's Center for Energetic Concepts Development (CECD) will play a major role in a new initiative in southern Maryland to develop the field of energetics.
This week the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute (MTECH) celebrated its 20th anniversary and was honored for its pioneering and ever-growing services that link Clark School capabilities and the needs of the business world. The celebration was held in the new Jeong H. Kim Engineering Building.
Engineering alumni Edward A. Miller, ’50, and James W. Plummer, ’53, will be inducted into the Clark School’s Innovation Hall of Fame on September 19, when the exhibit moves to its new home in the Kim Engineering Building.
Two Clark School alumni have received one of the world's preeminent awards in engineering for their pioneering work in the top-secret Corona Project.
Dr. Hani Mahmassani selected as the recipient of the 2004 Frank M. Masters Transportation Engineering Award.
News from Dean Nariman Farvardin.
News from Dean Nariman Farvardin.
A list of Clark school accomplishments for Fall 2002, with an introduction by Dean Nariman Farvardin.
Professor Hani S. Mahmassani joins the Clark School as the Charles A. Irish Sr. Chair in Civil Engineering, and director of the newly formed Maryland Transportation Initiative.
A list of Clark school accomplishments for Summer 2002, with an introduction by Dean Nariman Farvardin.