Sydrak Abdi, Sara Honarvar and Pedro Sandoval-Segura are the Fellowship recipients.
A collaboration of researchers at UMD has proposed a way to make chip-sized frequency combs ten times more efficient by harnessing the power of topology.
Landmark scholarship program aims to foster diversity in the robotics field.
Jenna Mueller is working to improve access for patients in the US and low-and middle income countries.
Program is #12 among public universities and #20 overall, according to U.S. News & World Report
The BIOE REU program promotes collaboration between UMD and the FDA, making it unlike any other in the country
The Aerospace Engineering Ph.D. student is working with robotic "Driftcams" to document aquatic life at different depths of the oceanic rim ecosystem.
Achievement opens the door for new advances in soft robotics.
Research by Teng Li, collaborators published in Science Advances.
Wang will be recognized at a ceremony during the fall meeting.
Prof. Chris Jewell and his lab are investigating how the biophysical properties of nanomaterials used in immunotherapies shape treatment outcomes.
The 2021 International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA 2021) will be held both in person and online from May 30 to June 5, 2021.
Fourteen Clark School students pursuing their Ph.D.s in engineering have been awarded Ann G. Wylie Dissertation Fellowships by the University of Maryland Graduate School.
Founded by University of Maryland students, the non-profit was recently recommended for donations in the New York Times.
Award recognizes grad student who has made outstanding contributions to the university community.
The lead story, "Celebrating 40 Years of 'Heart' Work," celebrates the efforts and experiences of students, alumni, faculty, and staff doing their part to grow and maintain a diverse and inclusive environment.
Graduating mechanical engineering student to pursue doctoral research at Stanford.
Pines Announces New Quantum Business Incubator, Presents Invention and Entrepreneurship Awards
Among the nine 2021 Invention of the Year nominees, four are led by or include Clark School researchers.
The integrated system uses electricity impedance to monitor biofilm and treats it through the bioelectric effect.
Researchers aim to bridge the gap between microelectronics and biological systems to create next-generation wearables.
From extreme batteries to windows made from wood, Clark School’s trendsetting work ranks it among the country’s Top 10 public engineering schools for the 3rd consecutive year.
A fellowship for Mozambican women to pursue graduate education in Reliability Engineering at UMD
UMD civil engineers support DC-based non-profit by building data foundation to gauge longer-term effects.
UMD professor works to advance the risk assessment field.
Correlations were tracked using mobile device data.
A national search has been initiated for a new Dean of the A. James Clark School of Engineering.
UMD engineers awarded for 3D nanoprinting strategy that opens the door for microinjection applications.
UMD researchers presented new findings, tools, and technologies, including a COVID-19 Impact Dashboard that leverages mobile device data.
The Penn State faculty member was a student of Sennur Ulukus.
Three leading disaster scientists--Deb Niemeier, Allison Reilly and A.R. Siders--present a roadmap for change.
UMD engineers demonstrate a new shape-changing nozzle that could revolutionize “4D Printing” applications.
The Solar District Cup challenges multidisciplinary student teams to design and model optimized distributed energy systems for a campus or urban district.
Research and education hub continues to expand programs, outreach
Funded by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research, the new center aims to improve rehabilitation options for patients with neurological disorders.
Study conducted by Mohamed Ahmed & Arnaud Trouvé published in Combustion and Flame.
Special issue of IEEE Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems
features innovative research from 2020 Hilton Head Workshop.
Simulations performed by Siddhartha Das and his research team suggest a way to improve the “water-in-salt” approach.
A team of researchers have developed an improved technique for wireless power transfer technology that may promise long-range power transmission without narrowly focused and directed energy beams.
UMD announces with the U.S. Army Research Lab agreements in additive manufacturing and battery research.
An interdisciplinary UMD team led by the Clark School will vie for solar-powered victory at the second annual Solar District Cup.
The University of Maryland College Park's research partnership with the U.S. Army Research Laboratory will establish an ecosystem for revolutionary additive manufacturing technology and concepts to expedite national readiness and response.
Beneficiaries include two Ph.D. fellowships in robotics, the Center for Minorities in Science and Engineering, a robotics capstone course, the Black Engineers Society and the Society of Professional Hispanic Engineers.
History-making UMD flight paves the way for further advancements.
The team will help farmers tap the economic potential and environmental benefits of shellfish aquaculture.
Course incorporates take-home kits, video instruction, and mentorship by professional engineers.
Zoosk co-founder Alex Mehr continues his quest to revive iconic brands.
Size of the neutrally buoyant bPods has dropped from ‘baseball’ to ‘golf ball’ to ‘cherry’ in just three years.
BIOE seniors present Capstone projects and celebrate winners virtually.
Potential application for complex electronics highlighted in Nature Communications
UMD engineers have reinvented a 26,000-year-old manufacturing process into an innovative approach to fabricating ceramic materials.
A new study published in Science Advances expands the landscape of nanomaterials, and what we can do with them.
Student-faculty teams that write review articles for journals reap multiple benefits.
For the past three years, Professor Gomez has challenged students to push the laws of physics and the limits of technology in his electric bicycle capstone course.
Creating vascular organ tissue in a lab could open new doors to drug testing, disease modelling, and organ transplants.
Entrepreneur Alex Mehr (Ph.D. ‘03) is reinvigorating iconic, but struggling, brick and mortar brands through “creative reinvention” in e-commerce.
Alascio, a senior, will continue into his master’s program in the fall.
Endowed Memorial Scholarship provided by the NFPA will be available to incoming undergraduates.
Three faculty members of the University of Maryland’s A. James Clark School of Engineering have received Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) awards from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
New research could expand additive manufacturing capabilities with multiple materials at smaller sizes while offering students unique hands-on research opportunities.
Clark School engineers compete in 125-Mile EBikes! Design Competition to test the limits of electric bicycles and to celebrate 125 years of engineering at Maryland.
AMBIC Industry Board members and other researchers convened to discuss new and ongoing projects.
Yanne K. Chembo has been recognized for contributions to the field of microwave photonic systems for aerospace and communication engineering.
High-energy-density polymeric cathode for fast-charge sodium and multivalent batteries.
The review explores the complexity inherent to optoelectronic oscillators, as well as their impact in modern science and technology.
To build an unmanned aerial vehicle worthy of a groundbreaking three-mile flight on the night of April 19, a team of UMD engineers worked over the course of two and a half years.
Findings show a liquid drop might behave as a solid object in terms of wetting interactions when placed on a surface that is simultaneously deformable and liquid-repelling
Undergraduate and graduate student teams from the Clark School took top honors in an international competition.
UMD engineers demonstrate new approach by 3D printing a five-material DNA-inspired microstructure that is a fraction of the size of a human hair.
FPE Alumni Jack Medovich discusses how his education compelled him to start a non-profit geared towards empowering child burn victims.
UMD and Boulder engineers create strong, sustainable solution for passive cooling
Created by Clark School Dean Darryll Pines, the competition recognize distinguished graduate student researchers in order to help propel their careers and demonstrate the value of high-quality engineering research.
UMD and ARL scientists create water-based battery with outstanding performance
The research consortium known as Research in Applications for Learning Machines (REALM) was established to foster collaboration between leading universities with strong machine learning and artificial intelligence programs.
Five Clark School undergraduate students were honored with Dean's Awards on April 17, 2019.
Data-driven tech combines photos, videos, real-world trajectory, and behavioral info into autonomous driving simulator.
Briber, Das and Hu make novel heat-conversion membrane
Prof. Chembo’s research interests include nonlinear and stochastic dynamics, quantum optics, laser physics, and information theory.
Maryland tests demonstrate how human organs can be transported safely by drones.
New Maryland study explores how the sounds going into our ears become the words going through our brains.
The experiment will travel on the ISS for a year, exposing samples to the environment of low earth orbit.
In latest development, the researchers have miniaturized the platform and are able to control it through wireless signals.
The researchers will combine applied microbiology with engineering disciplines to explore the complex interactions between flexible sensors, bacterial biofilms, and bioelectric treatment.
A team of 19 undergraduate students won first place for the RASC-AL theme category and second place in the overall competition.
Liu earned MSSE and PhD degrees at Maryland, advised by John Baras.
Clark School Prof. Derek Paley wants autonomous underwater vehicles to have the same capabilities as fish.
Torero is one of five expert witnesses called by the Inquiry last fall.
New research combines computer vision research, forensic science, and psychology.
An annual event honored the academic achievements of the Clark School's diverse student body.
Twelve students won awards for their papers, and seven were from UMD.
Never did alumnus Ryan Fisher imagine as a student that one competition would spark his career - yet it did.
An electric vehicle charger innovation takes home top honors for Invention of Year.
Paper establishes formation of interdigitated polyelectrolytes brush bilayers even for weak interdigitation.
Researchers are the first to create nanoscale particles composed of up to eight distinct elements generally known to be immiscible.
Aerial maps created over a two week operation will guide recovery decisions.
Among the nine 2017 Invention of the Year award nominees, six are led by or include Clark School researchers.
Follow the UAS Test Site on Twitter for mission updates.
Faculty, staff, and students gave more than 50 presentations during the four-day event.
Their recommendation incorporates a coding sadbox, mentor training, and an introductory program.
The operation is the highest altitude test conducted by the UAS Test Site since launching in 2015.
MF Fire, created by FPE Alumni Ryan Fisher and Taylor Myers, is the recipient.
The QUEST honors program celebrated 25 years of hands-on education in quality management, process improvement, and system design.
The Inquiry is examining circumstances leading to and surrounding the July 2017 fire at Grenfell Tower.
Low-cost, enviro-friendly devices use natural nanoengineering
Jack Poole, Principal at Poole Fire Protection, hopes to inspire future FPE grads.
Bryant will also head the FPE High School Program this year.
The duo were recognized for research on poultry house emissions.
The UAS Test Site will stream from South Carolina.
Grant money will be used in research aimed at developing wild-fire suppression methods, and cleaner, more efficient internal combustion engines.
In first-ever entry, the Clark School team wins Best Presentation Award.
A UAS Test Site internship was a natural next step for this mechanical engineering student.
The next round of flight testing is slated for the fall.
Mapistry software helps industrial facilities navigate stormwater regulations.
His work will help improve emergency management and financial risk decision making.
Fire Protection Engineering research will further understanding of combustion and pollutants.
When Murdock first started in the Dept. of Fire Protection Engineering, she moved into a nearby firehouse.
A record number of attendees made the 2017 meeting the most successful in its history.
Mechanical Engineering undergrad Aaman Mengis received a 2017 ASPIRE Outstanding Student Research Award.
Swann will be honored at the 12th International Symposium on Fire Safety Science this summer.
The UMD team placed 5th at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Competition, securing their spot for Nationals in October.
UMD to Collaborate with Rice University, Wake Forest to Advance 3-D Printing Applications for Regenerative Medicine
NEES PI helps make new organic artificial synapse
Please join us, March 10-12, for a weekend of celebratory activities!
Research sheds light on behavior of liquid drops on soft and charged elastic surfaces.
Free, Kumar, Ng and Weinstein recognized as tomorrow’s engineering leaders.
System holds promise for study of biological systems, biosensors and bio-hybrid devices.
Two UMD Aerospace Engineering student teams selected as finalists in NASA's BIG Idea Challenge.
Grant marks more than $30,000 in student-awarded grants given through landmark engineering philanthropy course.
The Engineering for Social Change class introduces young engineers to the ideas of social change and social entrepreneurship.
This weekend, the University of Maryland will host an anticipated 800 women for Technica.
Annual Symposium held on September 2, 2016 showcases extraordinary student work
200 scientists and students attend bi-annual nanoscience conference at UMD
Affordable RT-PCR for clinical diagnostics, fear mitigation device for pediatric MRIs tie for first place.
spotlights Bergbreiter and St. Pierre's work on "the tiniest little quadruped robot ever seen."
UMD Alum, BioE Professor of Practice to Receive White House Honor
Transparent wood made at UMD could create new windows, cars and solar panels
The Clark School hosted A Day of Inclusive Excellence in late March 2016.
Polymer solid electrolyte could make batteries safer, smaller, and less expensive
UMD researchers showcase transformative energy research at ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit
New technique offers cost effective alternative to traditional microfabrication approaches.
Ph.D. student Shayandev Sinha selected for 2015-2016 ASME-IPTI Collegiate Council.
UMD team beats out six other schools with their winning thermal connector prototype.
Members of the 2017 Gemstone Honors class launch campaign to increase the strength and biocompatibility of vascular grafts.
MF Fire introduces Mulciber, a new energy-efficient and clean-burning wood stove.
Mechanical Engineering seniors Ryan Chow and Sarah Niezelski selected as 2015-2016 scholars.
Frederick Mowrer to receive the 2015 John L. Bryan Mentor Award from SFPE.
Five students and one advisor traveled to Ghana for EWB-UMD’s project implementation trip.
UMD has most active ARPA-E awards among all U.S. universities.
Prolific Researcher Recognized for Exceptional Teaching and Mentoring
Mechanical Engineering Professor Michael Ohadi recently received the ASHRAE E.K. Campbell Award of Merit.
Findings may impact firefighting strategy, safety, effectiveness
The Clark School welcomes Ryan D. Sochol as assistant professor in Mechanical Engineering.
Maryland students and their rover 'Frigg' win first place at the 2015 Robo-Ops Competition.
Professor Michael Pecht received the Distinguished Scientist of 2015 award from the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) President’s International Fellowship Initiative (PIFI).
UMD Represented on 6 of 22 Teams Awarded University Research Initiative Grants by the Department of Defense
The Maryland Incubator Company of the Year Awards Best Environmental/Energy Company to Redox Power Systems.
Student team led by Associate Professor Bao Yang wins UMD Sustainability Grant.
Poster session, in-depth discussions, presentations.... and hiking
The U.S. Energy Department’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) funds two UMD teams to improve power plant cooling efficiency.
Interdisciplinary team recognized for UMD Memorial Chapel site proposal.
AIChE welcomes more than 300 chemical engineering students from more than two dozen schools.
Nano/micro surface mimics wetlands plants' ability to resist moisture, self clean.
Student and alumni team designs winning concept for DARPA’s 2015 International Field-Reversible Thermal Connector (RevCon) Challenge.
Student teams conquer light bulb challenge at 4th annual competition.
Grad student Bryan Hays and NAO robot volunteer to teach programming to K-12 students.
UMD awarded more than $5 million by ARPA-E to fund potentially transformational research.
New awards honor alumni, friends for career achievements and contributions to Clark School.
Taylor Myers recognized for work as CTO of wood stove designer MF Fire LLC.
UMD researchers discuss new approaches to imitation learning for robots in ASME's Mechanical Engineering's September issue.
At least 50 disciplines represented at full-day event.
Aerospace Engineering alumni Nelson Yanes and graduate student Elena Shrestha named two of "Tomorrow's Engineering Leaders: The Twenty20s" by Penton Aviation Week.
Research showcase to highlight role of engineers in developing innovative solutions to help prevent, mitigate, and respond to disasters.
Alumni working to commercialize award-winning wood stove.
The goal of the project is to further advance Redox's high-performance fuel cells and drive them to market-readiness for a broad range of applications.
Students' inventions range from diagnostic devices to accident prevention products.
New process designed to make Na-ion batteries an effective alternative to Li-ion.
Fellowships awarded to outstanding students pursuing a research-based graduate degree.
Efficiency, People’s Choice awards will support further development of Mulciber Stove.
Company co-founded by UMD student featured by Inc. Magazine
DeLaHunt, Fievisohn, Karcher, Petro, Pillsbury and Yanes awarded National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.
Team Mulciber’s near-emissionless device teaches old technology new tricks.
Mechanical Engineering alumnus and Zoosk founder Alex Mehr (Ph.D., '03) featured in March issue of Forbes Magazine.
Student team wins award for "Low-Resistance Seamless Wedge Thermal Connectors."
Green technologies, oyster farming, Chesapeake Bay-saving and medical inventions dominate the funding round.
FPE Research Team wins 11th IAFSS Symposium Best Fire Science Image Award
Professor receives 2014 Sir William Grove Award.
Largest single gift in department's history to support new professor of the practice.
Clark School undergraduates Rohrbach, Yanes and Yep named 2013-2014 Philip Merrill Presidential Scholars
A newcomer to hackathons, UMD's Terrapin Hackers beat out more than 100 other schools in MLH’s first season.
Alumnus Matthew Wook Chang's custom E. Coli target hospital-acquired infections.
Team UMD Dryer wins the first place gold medal for their energy saving heat pump dryer.
Redox Power Systems, UMD develop breakthrough fuel cells to provide efficient, affordable electricity.
Student-run robotics team builds autonomous underwater vehicle for competition.
The teams will compete in NASA's 2014 eXploration-Habitat Academic Innovation Challenge.
Students guide planetary rover robot to second place in RASC-AL Exploration Robo-Ops Competition.
Student design ideas include a green gym powered by exercise, sustainable floors for sporting arenas, water-powered watch.
ENES100 students build autonomous hovercrafts for final exam.
Students from civil, chemical engineering win awards in Environmental Design Contest.
26th annual awards ceremony honors most promising campus inventions.
Electrochemical Society chapter members teach kids about solar cells in Adventure in Science program.
Two-year partnership will focus on cybersecurity, systems engineering.
Clark School selects 20 to participate in program that helps place students as faculty at leading institutions.
BioE professor recognized for work in food processing and safety.
Judge Pauline Newman explains cases, law and patent pitfalls.
Bechtel funds marketplace stormwater management project in Ethiopia; Boeing funds trip to Burkina Faso.
Three Clark School students and their college and high school mentors recognized.
Bioengineering team has created device that could prevent concussions.
Research a part of MPowering the State
collaboration between UMD, UMB.
Flatau, Martins, Kofinas to serve Clark School in new roles; Gupta to lead NSF initiative.
Clark School high school summer program participant writes newspaper column about her experience.
Students part of 10-week Research Opportunities in Miniature Robotics program.
Three undergrads will develop new technologies with NASA mentors.
Clark School teams win alumni category, Warren Citrin Social Impact Award.
Clark School chemical and biomolecular engineering students take second in mid-Atlantic region.
University funds hands-on Sustainable Energy Teaching Initiatives Lab and related courses for students.
Delegation seeks partnerships, information on American universities.
Clark School research could improve the performance and cost of low-temperature fuel cells for transportation, electronics.
Cyber-physical system research will develop standards, methods and tools for more reliable smart cars, aircraft, buildings, power grids.
Praise for team entered into the Congressional Record.
Five grad students and 14 undergrads receive support from Corporate Partner.
Professionals and budding engineers take in speakers, demonstrations, labs.
Topics include automatic speech recognition, computational imaging, energy efficient data systems.
Fire protection engineering program is the only one offering accredited undergraduate degrees.
Muro Group seeks to improve enzyme replacement therapy for Fabry disease with new nanocarriers.
Ten aerospace engineering students earn prestigious Vertical Flight Foundation Scholarships.
Experiment launches with Shuttle Discovery to International Space Station.
Science, Technology and Society Program sees fabrication, rehabilitation facilities.
Current University of Iowa Executive VP and Provost named new U-Md. President, effective November 1
Professors bring expertise in structural biology, biophysics to department.
Researcher Igor Smolyaninov describes how metamaterials can be used to explain aspects of the Universe.
Gene therapy carrier for breast cancer wins $45K including Citrin Impact Award.
Visiting scientist researches invisibility cloak technology, Big Bang modeling, superlens microscope.
ChBE undergraduate brings One Laptop Per Child program to Madagascar.
Thermal management research seeks to improve performance and reliability of multi-core processors.
ISR director, ECE professor named dean of UAEU's College of Information Technology.
Annual Honors & Awards ceremony recognizes stellar students.
Aerospace engineering senior Ryan Lebois named UM's Undergraduate Researcher of the Year.
Gala to recognize bioengineering benefactor, Chan-Mo Park and Anh Duong.
Thomas D. Murphy (B.S. '57) recognized for leadership, service.
Engineering student inspires QUEST program project connecting Ukrainian orphans with higher ed.
Mechanical engineering students collect coats for WPGC coat drive.
Grad student wins second Wells Fellowship.
WTTG (Wash., D.C.) broadcast live from Neutral Buoyancy facility, Kim Plaza Thursday a.m.
Research will assess use of fully automated vehicles for mass transit.
Local NBC station to feature Roy McCauley, Clark School/Terps Racing alum.
Energy-efficient lighting serves as test for campus-wide implementation.
Engineering curriculum recognized by NSF and Institute of Physics.
Christopher Davis, Igor Smolyaninov create 2-dimensional cloak.
Davis, Smolyaninov superlens microscopy research included in 2007 "Top 100" list.
Aerospace Chair Darryll Pines to lead $7.8M/year research project, 20 universities involved.
Endowment supports energy research, Great Expectations
Honor recognizes lifetime service to engineering for ME department chair.
Three winners chosen among nine finalists.
Sun, a 2004 ECE Ph.D. graduate, teaches at University of Rhode Island.
Mechanical engineering professor, CALCE director presented with award by Pres. Mote today.
Clark School boasts two representatives among prestigious Scientific American 50 list.
Kim Building laboratory will benefit from added chemical analysis capabilities.
ECE/ISR alumna is named associate professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering Department.
Award supports growth of promising young faculty.
Clark School engineers create flexible antenna material.
Engineers were on every winning invention team at UM awards.
CALCE will help companies improve quality.
The 16 semifinalist teams include university faculty, students, and young alumni.
Alumni and Board of Visitors member receive awards at national conference.
Cooperation between Maryland and Hanyang develops faculty expertise.
Congress has allocated $3.5 million for the creation of a new space robotics institute that will be led by Clark School researchers.
Assistant Professor Elisabeth Smela is the recipient of the Presidential Early Career (PECASE) Award for 2003, presented in 2004.
Congressman Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.) visited the Clark School on Friday, July 19.
A list of Clark school accomplishments for Spring 2002
Three teams in Clark School selected to receive Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) grants from Department of Defense starting in fiscal year 2002
A team of students with their UMD entry, Terpedo, made a great showing at the biennial engineering design competition, the Sixth International Submarine Race.