Multi-institutional study published in Nature.
Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) awards support growth of newly emerging technologies.
Ott recognized for seminal contributions in nonlinear dynamics and foundational work in chaos theory.
SSPI recognized Merrill’s work with Most Innovative and Original Design Award
UMD students chat with Steve Rudin at WJLA-TV to tease Maryland Day 2022.
Building designed to inspire innovation, entrepreneurship, and research across disciplines.
Online learning platform selects UMD’s proposal as part of a series on virtual workplace skills.
Professor Joseph JaJa part of new, multi-institutional effort to advance medical innovations and regulatory science for extended reality technology.
In this issue, join our celebration of the university reaching its ambitious $1.5B fundraising goal during Fearless Ideas: The Campaign for Maryland.
This year, Maryland Engineering honors 69 undergraduates who exemplify the college’s commitment to excellence; five are recognized with Dean’s Awards.
At Innovate Maryland, Pines heralds turning 'expertise into action'
Raghavan and Borden created suture-free adhesive for wounds out of biopolymer gel.
New sensor technology can accurately determine the freshness of meat to help reduce food waste.
Grosvenor, an MSE undergrad, will use the award to fund her graduate research.
DOD funding will advance transformational U.S. Army battery technology
UMD student focuses on human reliability as a component of nuclear risk assessment.
Federal transportation officials tap Maryland Engineering to lead new Build America Center.
The winner will be announced at a ceremony on May 10.
BIOE Professor recognized for outstanding contributions to the field of delivery science and technology.
Study, published in Advanced Functional Materials, could enable the synthesis of drugs or diagnostic nanoparticles in unconventional settings such as the battlefield or on a spacecraft.
Exoskeletons of shellfish provide a cheap, eco-friendly alternative to other HEM fuel cells currently on the market.
Professor Min Wu and Associate Professor Dana Dachman-Soled part of NSF/Amazon-funded research team.
A. James Clark School Dean Samuel Graham, Jr. prioritizes an inclusive environment.
With more than 200 quantum scientists, 8 quantum-focused centers and 30+ years of quantum research, UMD is leading the way to the next quantum revolution.
The Donald Day and Karen Gruner Scholarship in Engineering supports Montgomery College students transferring into Maryland's engineering school.
Yunho Hwang, colleagues develop refrigeration guidelines for COVID-19 vaccines.
Research explores navigational challenges for autonomous vehicles in dense urban environments.
Amazon-UMD Design Challenge Winners Work to Improve Popular Tech for Full Range of Users
Laurie Locascio will lead NIST, where she had served for three decades
A multi-institutional program leverages UAS Test Site capabilities in search of new breakthroughs.
New hub supports bipartisan infrastructure plan passed by Congress.
This fellowship is available to graduate students and postdoctoral researchers working with IBBR/REFI mentors.
Annual “Make Your Medical Device Pitch for Kids!” competition to award up to $150,000 in FDA-sponsored grants.
Study, published in Nature Energy, demonstrates prolonged catalyst durability.
Can smoking excessive amounts of weed harm the heart? Researchers aim to find out.
UMD’s 35 Goldwater Scholarship recipients in the past decade rank second in the nation
Maryland Engineering earns a top spot in the 2023 U.S. News & World Report
Best Graduate Schools rankings among over 200 colleges.
Faghih named Associate Professor in NYU’s Department of Biomedical Engineering
Deadline for Fischell Institute faculty affiliates to submit young investigator proposals is April 15, 2022.
Wang group published in Nature Communications.
Classes lead to careers, support nation's need for more STEM grads, says UMD President Pines.
The Robert E. Fischell Institute for Biomedical Devices invites new faculty affiliations.
The Baltimore Sun
highlighted ongoing efforts to perfect mask design, research.
Terry Goolsby is a junior at the University of Maryland and founder of Visionergy, an energy consulting service.
Energy innovator José Reyes sees a cleaner, greener, more equitable future—through nuclear.
Dr. Briber will assist with presidential initiatives while continuing to serve as the associate dean for research in Engineering at Maryland.
UMD professor awarded NSF CAREER grant to support new research on flow-surface interactions.
Richard O'Neill ('66), Pradeep Sharma (Ph.D. '00) and Leslie Shoemaker (Ph.D. '90) have been elected to the 2022 NAE Class.
Four projects jointly led by Maryland Engineering and UMB researchers awarded to advance collaborative research in areas of high importance.
Buenaflor, Carrera receive NISTS research grant to study transfer efficacy and goal orientation among potential transfer students
New advanced microscopy facility fosters bioscience discovery.
Pickleball is on the upswing. An engineering Terp pro leads the way.
UMD team prepares for Spaceport America Cup with their biggest rocket yet.
Ion Storage aims to offer longer-lasting power source
UMD alumna blazes a trail for female engineers.
UMD expert is featured on the Yesterday Today Tomorrow show.
Study by UMD Materials Science Prof. Ichiro Takeuchi published in Nature.
Funds offered by the ARPA-E project will go towards the development of clean energy technology.
Funding pathway promotes high-impact collaborations between UMB's neurosurgery and UMCP's bioengineering.
BIOE junior Bryana Rowley launched a platform to connect womxn in STEM from across the world.
UMD students build working prototype inspired by Leonardo da Vinci’s aerial screw.
The fellowships offer an opportunity to work closely with MC2 faculty in multiple areas of cybersecurity.
Mechanical engineering faculty member Siddhartha Das has been pioneering the use of atomistic simulations for polymer research.
Professor Shawn He and a team of researchers aim to improve how cardiac muscle tissue is engineered.
Funding will support the use of synthetic datasets to improve the accuracy machine learning methods.
Proceeds – provided by Clear Creek Investments, VoLo Earth Ventures and Alsop Louie Partners – will be used to produce 1st Generation commercial cells.
Instead of clogging up landfills, food waste can be safely converted into biogas and other valuable resources.
Alpay, who earned his Ph.D. in MSE in 1999, joined UConn in 2001 and quickly established himself as an innovator.
Organizations that earn the ARM Institute’s Endorsement pass a rigorous assessment process by proving that they provide students the skills needed for a career in manufacturing working with robotics.
Wang group published in Nature Energy.
Maryland Engineering seeks an accomplished, nationally recognized leader and administrator to direct its Department of Aerospace Engineering.
2022 class represents some of the rising stars from the University of Maryland.
CEE researcher to study resilience disincentives baked into federal public assistance programs.
The new Brain and Behavior Institute core will expand campus FIB-SEM applications to include biological tissue.
A novel disorder-to-order transition strategy for ordered nanoparticles published in Science Advances.
RAeS recognizes Wereley for contributions to the advancement of adaptive structures and materials for aerospace applications.
Fischell Institute testing aims to advance understanding of fit, efficacy of face coverings for children.
Transportation safety, impact of telecommuting among topics covered by UMD experts.
UMD research team publishes study in Nature Machine Intelligence.
The A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland rose to No. 12 among online graduate engineering programs in the U.S., according to rankings released today by U.S. News & World Report.
Alumnus David A. Bader (Ph.D. ’96) selected for contributions to high-performance computing systems, graph analytics and technical leadership in parallel computing.
A former civil and environmental engineering chair, Witczak built the department’s pavement engineering curriculum.
UMD grad student’s VTOL/biplane combo draws interest.
He was recognized for his contributions to cryptographic protocol design and cryptography education.
A multi-institutional project focuses on using mobile phone data to model mobility behavior and anticipate public health risks.
It is the latest step the industry has taken to make 5G the most secure network ever.
NASA-sponsored study will focus on research in space.
Global research initiative will improve understanding of wildfires and fire modeling.
The initiative's goal is to create a robust and accessible pool of qualified cyber professionals.
Study identifies gaps in current theories on interfacial heat transfer.
Study, led by University of Maryland research team, published in Nature Nanotechnology.
Adly, a professor in the Department of Electrical and Power Engineering at Cairo University, received his Ph.D. degree
from the University of Maryland in 1992.
Associate Professor Yanne Chembo publishes new paper in Nature Communications
which explores broadband and low-noise microresonator frequency combs.
MC2 researchers have been recognized for their analysis of malware behavior in the first large-scale study of its kind.
After its successful launch Dec. 25, Webb is well on its way to full deployment and the start of its mission.
The funding will be used to purchase a novel PLD system for use in the UMD Nanocenter.
Messages to our Winter 2021 Clark School graduates from Dean Samuel Graham, Jr. and Jaser Attallah '21, electrical engineering graduate.
CREB held its 2021 fall meeting to discuss battery chemistry designed for super-cold environments.
Researchers have demonstrated a new way for atomic ions to host disturbances that do not fade away.
The five interdisciplinary projects funded by the BBI offer cutting-edge approaches to translational neuroscience.
FPE hosts its annual Christmas tree fire safety demonstration.
Clark School researchers among the "who's who" of influential researchers, according to Clarivate.
Study published in Nature Sustainability.
Bioengineering alum named a finalist for one of the most prestigious academic awards available to college students.
IEEE Fellow is a distinction reserved for select IEEE members whose extraordinary accomplishments in any of the IEEE fields of interest are deemed fitting of this prestigious grade elevation.
Sue Grudziecki ('63) and her husband Ron ('63) felt they could make the biggest difference by providing aspiring Maryland engineers with the financial support they need to pursue their passions
Competitive program selects college teams to design, fabricate and test small satellites.
Elsevier study indicates UMD has highest publication citation index globally
An interview with Professor Cinzia Cirillo.
Maryland State Legislature embraces energy innovation
Annual showcase event highlights senior capstone design projects.
NuScale co-founder recognized for work in developing Small Modular Reactors (SMR).
Senior Lecturer Vince Nguyen wants to close the opportunity gap for future engineers by engaging students with engineering ‘grand’ challenges in their own back yards.
The endowed professors in electrical and computer engineering and computer science will conduct research in robotics, autonomy, artificial intelligence and machine learning.
The pair join nine other NAI Fellows with ties to the Clark School and the University of Maryland.
Seize The App, lanuching this Spring, is a marketplace mobile application that connects people to phototakers at picturesque spots.
Clark School dean’s research highlights promising new materials in ultrawide bandgap electronics.
Applied research lab tackles complex national security problems.
Zhou joins six other Clark School Faculty Members who received CAREER awards earlier this year.
The IEEE Grade of Fellow is conferred by the IEEE Board of Directors upon a person with an outstanding record of accomplishments in any of the IEEE fields of interest.
Karlsson will be honored at the winter commencement ceremony on December 22.
Professor recognized "for contributions to verification tools for finite-state and cyber-physical systems."
Maryland Engineering welcomes 10 exceptional young engineers from across the state of Maryland as its newest class of A. James Clark Scholars.
The NuScale co-founder will address the UMD community during a ceremony on December 2.
UMD UAS Test Site assists NASA, NOAA with beacon system.
Zeinab Yahyazadeh Jasour tracks the impact of rising sea levels on Eastern Shore road networks.
The Fall 2021 issue introduces our new dean, rolls out a new look and feel, and tackles timely topics from bias in the built environment to disaster resilience in the face of a changing climate.
Worsening thunderstorm activity was the main cause of increased flight delays in the 2010s.
Bioengineering professor one of eight UMD/UMB professors to receive UMD Strategic Partnership appointment.
Inaugural award recognizes outstanding research contribution from a scientist in the early stage of their research career.
Applications and nominations are now being accepted.
Engineering student Thomas Leps completes Ph.D. while working as satcom engineer at South Pole.
From cancer research to mountain summits, alumnus Balaji ‘Baloo’ Panchapakesan (Ph.D. ’01) seeks to explore and improve the human condition.
Alum Behind Re-engineered Handbags Wins $100,000 Purchase Order From Macy’s on New Pitch Competition Show.
For 18 Years, Student Organization Has Sent Science Sky-high
Eight campus makerspaces where Terps turn out the next big thing
Nearly $3 million in NSF funding will enhance understanding of how the parts of a single neuron contribute to neuronal networks' overall learning and computation abilities.
Maryland Engineering partners with NOAA, ASCE to help move the needle.
The research by Reza Ghodssi's research group also has led to a patent application.
New research employs advanced computational algorithms to uncover latent information in fMRI scans about human mental states.
Pioneering discovery would cut energy waste and create valuable industrial chemicals.
Assistant Professor Katharina Maisel publishes piece on the power of mentoring in Science
Research aims to explore updates to risk assessment tools and methods used by the nuclear industry.
Methane converted to higher value commodity chemicals
This 12-month study will include research and workshops focused on identifying the challenges faced by health and safety officers responsible for implementing post-incident exposure control and decontamination protocols.
Maryland engineers discover more new dimensions of an ancient material.
$2.88M in NIH funding could lead to brain-aware, tunable hearing devices.
The collaborative team receives $1.8 million in funding to develop an integrated framework to drive the rapid design of novel materials for batteries and fuel cells.
A UMD research team has developed a strong yet incredibly flexible wood material that could be used in construction, automotives, and beyond.
Paper details simultaneous energy generation and flow enhancement in functionalized nanochannels.
UMD research group invented the first high-performance solid-state paper batteries by a new molecular scale engineering method.
Fu will develop a decision-support tool to help individual patients decide what transplant option is best for them.
From ‘country girl’ to ‘Starchild,’ Donya Douglas-Bradshaw’s road to NASA.
Maryland engineering will benefit from state-of-the-art labs and facilities at USMSM.
Fischell Institute director and BIOE professor William E. Bentley to be honored by AIChE.
Wu will begin serving as IEEE SPS President on January 1, 2024.
New, $86 million facility to expand educational opportunities, autonomous vehicles research.
A new $1.2M NSF grant funds their AI research into the relationship between ECG and PPG monitoring technologies.
Former UMD president recognized for contributions to field, expanding education access
Nnenia Campbell to deliver inaugural CEE Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Seminar.
ECE Professor and QTC Founding Director Ronald Walsworth featured on an episode of JQI's Relatively Certain
Alum Who Helps Lead NASA’s Mars Exploration to Receive Hispanic Heritage Award
UMD/ARL research team overcomes challenges in magnesium, calcium battery development with new design principle.
Scholarship to support future aerospace engineers honors a father’s legacy and support.
New program launched from Office of National Intelligence
BIOE Minta Martin Professor of Engineering Chris Jewell was named to the 2021 BMES Class of Fellows.
The backbone of the Center for Minorities in Science and Engineering, Parker tirelessly creates a welcoming environment, builds a strong sense of community, and helps students overcome obstacles.
The UMD Loop team Impresses at Elon Musk’s Not-A-Boring Competition.
Alumnus Delmar Gillus (B.S. ’93, mechanical engineering) plays key role in Illinois’ landmark Climate and Equitable Jobs Act.
UMD and Duke scientists have showed that quantum computers can be better than the sum of their parts, a foundational step toward eventually combating errors in larger quantum devices.
IonQ, a quantum computing company spun off from research at the University of Maryland, went public today on the New York Stock Exchange.
Sydrak Abdi, Sara Honarvar and Pedro Sandoval-Segura are the Fellowship recipients.
When an innovator wanted to engineer a more advanced and equitable society, he chose a research and education powerhouse with global impact, and came to Maryland.
Mission will send twin small satellites on deep space journey to study two binary asteroids.
NSF awards $3.6 million to support “third lung” research.
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.
Solution aims to reduce discomfort for workers, ensure safety
Landmark scholarship program aims to foster diversity in the robotics field.
Inaugural appointment recognizes Srebric's leadership as a researcher, mentor, teacher, and collaborator.
Bader received the award for development of Linux-based massively parallel production computers and for pioneering contributions to scalable discrete parallel algorithms for real-world applications.
Rock on for John this October.
Using an electric field, polymer gels can be adhered to animal tissue, a discovery that could revolutionize surgery.
UMD professor is renowned for her work on organic pollutants.
Jenna Mueller is working to improve access for patients in the US and low-and middle income countries.
The MLA150 instrument supports various research projects in materials science, nanoscience, energy science, and quantum science.
Program is #12 among public universities and #20 overall, according to U.S. News & World Report
When an innovator wanted to engineer a more advanced and equitable society, he chose a research and education powerhouse with global impact, and came to Maryland.
Prize conferred to UMD start-up for innovative catalysis development.
The Maryland University Training Reactor, one of 24 U. S. university-based research reactors in existence, has facilitated nuclear engineering education since 1954.
The National Science Foundation Convergence Accelerator Program has awarded $5 million to a UMD-led team for their work on quantum interconnects for ion trap quantum computers.
Abshire, Fisher and Hu honored for outstanding success in scholarly accomplishment and excellence in teaching.
Six Clark School faculty and staff will be honored at UMD's 38th annual Convocation on Sept. 15, 2021.
Recognitions are among the most prestigious in the field.
The department has named Fischell Fellows annually since 2003.
For the third consecutive year, the Clark School's rises in U.S. News & World Report
The University of Maryland is one of 11 academic institutions that make up the Center for Integration of Modern Optoelectronic Materials on Demand (IMOD).
Fellows selected based on contributions to the arts, sciences or technology of aeronautics or astronautics.
BIOE associate professor earns $1.9M NIH grant to explore how aquaporins influence cell migration.
UMD's Eleonora Tubaldi demonstrates a way to overcome current limitations in mechanical signal transmission.
New institute will significantly add to the vibrant quantum research ecosystem established in the mid-Atlantic region.
Researchers hope to improve how cells, tissues, and organs are banked for transplantation and other applications.
FPE Chair Jim Milke and students weigh in on the fire hazards of improvised communities.
BMES-UMD is the University of Maryland, College Park chapter of the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES).
start up continues to grow
UMD to Collaborate With 9 Universities to Deliver Entrepreneurship Training, Expand Research Impact
Aerospace engineering students take top spots in both graduate and undergraduate categories.
$1.2M in NSF funding supports researchers’ work to connect patients, clinicians more effectively.
BIOE assistant professor awarded NIH R01 grant to develop two-pronged approach to treating certain cancers.
Distinct regions in the brain use their own neural pathways and networks to process either spoken math or language.
The BIOE REU program promotes collaboration between UMD and the FDA, making it unlike any other in the country
Clark School research aims to make buildings more resistant to wildfire.
Students selected for the UMD UAS Test Site’s summer internship program brainstorm. design and test real-world applications.
Prof. Gong and students leverage quantum materials to to detect tiny quantities of airborne molecules.
Blinken emphasizes importance of spending at home to remain global leader in campus speech.
Stuart Laurence tests an improved method for measuring the aerodynamics of free-flying objects.
Karen and Rob Banas give $25,000 to the Keystone Program in honor of their daughter to provide support for students, faculty, and resources.
Dr. Katharina Maisel was awarded a $1.8 million NIH NIGMS grant to study the interstitium and lymphatics.
UMD's Wang Research Group develops polymer-inorganic solid-electrolyte interphase for use in polymeric solid-state lithium batteries.
From fabricated human tissue to Wifi beamed from space, awards recognize cutting-edge research
First-of-its-kind study provides empirical data on the track record of Public Private Partnerships (P3) in setting Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) goals.
Rachel Cueva (’21), Niloy Gupta (’21) and Justin Lidard (’20) among 2021 awardees.
The Aerospace Engineering Ph.D. student is working with robotic "Driftcams" to document aquatic life at different depths of the oceanic rim ecosystem.
BIOE alum, advisory Board member Matt Dowling is the founder of Medcura, Inc., which commercialized Rapid-Seal
Etter Awards recognize the U.S. Navy’s most exceptional scientists and engineers.
Abhishek founded N5 Sensors, Inc. in 2012, a UMD spinoff, and is developing next-generation chemical/gas sensors utilizing innovations in nano engineering.
Project members are developing the "Third Lung," a transformative technology for extra-pulmonary respiration.
Expert on water resources testifies before Congress.
BIOE Professor, VP of Research Had Long Career as Scientist, Administrator at Agency Before Coming to UMD
Engineering Alum’s Rapid-Seal Now Available In Stores, Online
The award is given for outstanding contributions to the field of nuclear and plasma sciences and engineering.
Maryland-led discovery is a first for microgravity flame research
Achievement opens the door for new advances in soft robotics.
JumpLights, Inc, Prof. McCluskey, Dr. Diganta Das, Maryland Industrial Partnerships (MIPS) award
This free, virtual event will take place on Thursday, July 22, 2021.
The study will enable future MRI systems to identify artifacts with an enhanced resolution and sensitivity.
MEG scans will help determine the neurophysiologic effects of mindfulness training on subacute post-stroke depression and cognition.
Research by Teng Li, collaborators published in Science Advances.
Woehl and Zhang join four other Clark School faculty members who received CAREERs earlier this year.
Wang will be recognized at a ceremony during the fall meeting.
The title is a recognition of excellence, impact, and significant contribution to the nominee's field, knowledge, profession, and/or practice.
The study marks a major step toward creating a system for studying quantum phase transitions.
Hafezi is known for his contributions in a number of works to synthesize and characterize quantum many-body and topological physics beyond electronic systems.
The University of Maryland (UMD) is making a major investment to obtain the most technologically advanced equipment on the College Park campus for application across a broad range of research areas, from neuroimaging to next-generation quantum materials.
Competition challenges student teams to design concepts for space exploration.
Young Wook Kim's TROMATZ toothbrush improves mouth and gum health.
Engineering is a team profession. Like any great team, we — and the solutions we design — are made better through diversity, equity and inclusion.
The winners of the $250K prize will be announced on July 20.
With machine learning, Carol Espy-Wilson is developing a phone app that can measure depression symptoms using speech and video cues.
QTC Researchers collaborate with MITRE and Harvard to present a new method for backside integrated circuit (IC) magnetic field imaging using Quantum Diamond Microscope (QDM) nitrogen vacancy magnetometry.
Maryland based battery company bringing UMD tech to market
The new program aims to foster collaboration between faculty on UMD's Baltimore and College Park campuses.
Wachsman’s appointment effective June 10, 2021 for a two-year term.
UMD professor, affiliate research scientist win AIAA awards.
Prof. Chris Jewell and his lab are investigating how the biophysical properties of nanomaterials used in immunotherapies shape treatment outcomes.
New alumni gifts matched through the Maryland Promise Program creates $2.8 million investment in future mechanical engineering students.
Mechanical engineering leader Samuel Graham, Jr. to take helm October 1.
A team of engineering undergraduates explores factors behind disproportionate fire risk in developing nations.
Competition challenges students to build remote-control electric-powered vertical take-off and landing vehicles.
Drs. Joseph Britton, Jonathan Hoffman, and Kevin Cox are joining QTC from the DEVCOM Army Research Laboratory.
Professor has led the department during an era of firsts.
They join seven other UMD faculty members breaking into the top 1000 scientist rankings based on their prolific research output.
The agreement leverages Maryland's national leadership in engineering, robotics, computer science, operations research, modeling and simulation, and cybersecurity.
Work by Siddhartha Das and his research team appears as a front-cover article in Journal of Fluid Mechanics.
BIOE assistant professor Gregg Duncan was named the recipiento of the NSF's prestigious CAREER Award.
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.
UMD professor joins select group of thought leaders.
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.
Work will help route ice-sensing UAV fleets to problematic roads; take weather conditions into account.
Founded by University of Maryland students, the non-profit was recently recommended for donations in the New York Times.
Shelby Bensi, Gregg Duncan, Katrina Groth and Katharina Maisel are recipients of NSF CAREER grants.
UMD team among “Digging Dozen” finalists.
The group developed a new method for generating entangled, indistinguishable photon pairs using a chip-based, topological approach.
A Collaboration Between CRR and Amazon Lab126 Seeks to Understand How Devices Can Be More Durable
The current COVID outbreak in India and Nepal is a reminder that we — the world community — are in this together.
Award recognizes grad student who has made outstanding contributions to the university community.
Research fellowships provide support to UMD doctoral students at mid-career (i.e., in the period approximately before, during, or after achievement of candidacy).
Wang Research Group collaborating with ARL publishes study in Nature Nanotechnology.
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.
Fontecha's research, which will focus on energy storage technology, will be supported with a three-year stipend.
Navy Commander Donald Costello’s research could aid the drone certification process.
The Daily Record has named ECE Alumnus Dr. H. Neal Reynolds Physician of the Year for his work during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Graduating mechanical engineering student to pursue doctoral research at Stanford.
The project utilizes advancements in quantum sensing with Nitrogen Vacancy (NV) centers in diamond to enable diagnostic capabilities in extreme environments.
Doctoral student recognized for research on COVID-19 impacts.
Espy-Wilson has served as a pioneer, role model and mentor, especially for African-American women in the sciences.
This fall, Neehar will be attending Carnegie Mellon University to pursue his PhD in Robotics.
This year, the Clark School honors 70 undergraduates who exemplify the college’s commitment to excellence; five are recognized with Dean’s Awards.
STEPS is a nonprofit connecting volunteers with K-12 families seeking affordable tutoring, college advising.
Matthews, advised by Peter Kofinas, will start his Ph.D. program at Stanford in the fall.
Data from MTI platform helps track COVID-19 trends.
DoD taps UMD expertise to tackle risks of stormwater contamination.
NSF-funded research will help improve water use in the watersheds of the Anacostia River in Maryland and D.C., and the Duck River in Tennessee.
The award is given to a doctoral candidate who has served at least one academic year as a teaching assistant with commendable performance, and who has demonstrated excellence beyond his or her course work.
Marksz will be honored at a virtual ceremony in May.
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In a paper published today in Optica
, Professor Milchberg’s group demonstrates the surprising result that photons in vacuum can have orbital angular momentum vectors pointing sideways.
Technology could one day be used to improve stem cell-based therapies as well as treatment options for diabetes and infertility.
The awarded work focuses on improving the efficiency of virtual agents used in areas like virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR), online learning, and virtual social interactions.
The University of Maryland has launched a new business development arm to nurture quantum-focused startups.
Technology is based on the work of Prof. Chunsheng Wang in the A. James Clark School of Engineering
Join us for three engineering demonstrations during Maryland Day on Saturday, April 24, 2021.
Pines Announces New Quantum Business Incubator, Presents Invention and Entrepreneurship Awards
CALCE scientist Michael Osterman co-leads a DoD project with Auburn and Purdue.
CEE faculty member aims to close risk assessment gap.
Siddhartha Das’s research team demonstrates overscreening, flow reversal in nanosystems.
Among the nine 2021 Invention of the Year nominees, four are led by or include Clark School researchers.
Event highlights Southern Maryland’s importance to the UAS industry.
CEE undergrad advisor lauded for dedication to students.
Vertical Flight Foundation Scholarships recognize the world’s most talented engineering students interested in vertical flight.
Open to students graduating from engineering, pharmacy, STEM programs at UMD College Park and Baltimore
ChBE Professor Akua Asa-Awuku recognized as a regional champion.
Professors Christopher Cadou and Eric Wachsman are developing a hybrid system for commercial aircraft.
The ESIOT Program is a two-year program intended for transfer students in Maryland.
Mechanical engineering students earn recognition from a leading professional organization.
John Baras, Smith School team and MedStar Health Research Institute developing system to provides frequent feedback about patient compliance and symptoms.
The Engineering Research Visioning Alliance will convene engineering voices to identify opportunities and priorities for innovative research that benefits society.
BIOE Assistant Professor Jenna Mueller and her lab are working to improve access to surgery around the world.
The integrated system uses electricity impedance to monitor biofilm and treats it through the bioelectric effect.
Study published online in Nature on March 31.
Micaela Everitt is first author of a review paper on point-of-care diagnostic technologies during a pandemic.
Researchers aim to bridge the gap between microelectronics and biological systems to create next-generation wearables.
For the second consecutive year, Das has been invited to contribute to the journal’s annual themed issue.
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.
Engineering is still predominantly "a man's world." For one living-learning program, the first step is to talk about it.
Hu is the first UMD scholar to receive this honor.
Study on strong, biodegradable and recyclable bioplastic published in Nature Sustainability.
Fellowship promotes, recognizes and supports Ph.D.-level study within the field of electronic packaging.
Dr. Baheti passed away in March and will be greatly missed by ISR, ECE and the Clark School.
Hala Alkhalouf's study flags supply chain disruptions, labor shortages as factors.
The National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation is accepting applications through April 19.
The Clark School community stands united with our Asian, Asian-American and Pacific Islanders colleagues.
Whittingham won the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work with Li-ion batteries.
Findings show that a novel immunotherapy strategy might one day be used to treat multiple sclerosis patients without leaving them immunocompromised.
UMD research on bio-inspired robotics makes the cover of a special issue of Actuators.
Schmidt was a leader in innovative engineering design research activities and teaching techniques.
Brehm brings a wealth of expertise in hypersonics and computational fluid dynamics.
Collaborators aim to improve regulatory evaluation of emerging fluorescence imaging combination products.
The Clark School community mourns the loss of George E. Dieter, who served as dean of engineering at the University of Maryland from 1977-94.
Alexis Burris, Kirk “KJ” Mclean and Elias Hailu Daniel have been selected for the newly-launched program.
M-CERSI researchers say two lipid molecules can function as diagnostic biomarkers of traumatic brain injury.
History-making flight wins Golden Hour Award from Helicopter Association International.
The Maryland Robotics Center will administer the program, which begins in Fall 2021.
The College Park-headquartered company, rooted in UMD research, announced plans to go public today.
Maryland Applied Graduate Engineering (MAGE) has graduated more than 4,000 alumni to date.
A fellowship for Mozambican women to pursue graduate education in Reliability Engineering at UMD
Marshall will begin his new position effective July 1, 2021.
Junior Benjamin Adarkwa Wins One of Six Inaugural Virgin Galactic BLAST Scholarships.
Through the Engineering Diversity Initiative, Northrop Grumman supports the Center for Minorities in Science and Engineering's mission to tip the scales for underrepresented students.
Sunderland's research on micro-gravity combustion has made headlines as of late.
Alumna Diana Trujillo (’07) is a NASA Engineer on the Mars Perseverance Rover Mission.
Alumnus' commitment to the Maryland Promise Scholarship Program is a first for the Department.
Inglut recently received the Outstanding Graduate Assistant Award and the Clark Doctoral Mid-Career Award.
Dr. Gregg Duncan reflects on connecting DNA test results with one’s family history in Science
UMD civil engineers support DC-based non-profit by building data foundation to gauge longer-term effects.
The work, which began in 2016, has resulted in new testbeds, published research and collaborations with the federal government, industry and international partners.
UMD professor works to advance the risk assessment field.
The 24 MQA members are building a vibrant and diverse ecosystem designed to foster U.S. and regional leadership in the coming quantum technology revolution.
Correlations were tracked using mobile device data.
WIE event celebrates UMD’s Jeanette Epps, Women’s History Month
A national search has been initiated for a new Dean of the A. James Clark School of Engineering.
ChBE Alumni Joseph Sciamanna ('19) discusses how his stint at UMD led to the founding of his first company.
A University of Maryland engineer's work aboard the International Space Station could lead to cleaner engines and power plants, and safer living conditions in space.
Meet Kristen Yee, Steven Hu, and Meron Yonas as they offer a glimpse into what it means to be an A. James Clark Scholar at the University of Maryland's A. James Clark School of Engineering.
Christopher T. Jones (Ph.D. '97) and Rajiv Laroia (M.S. '89, Ph.D. '92) have been elected to the 2021 Class of the National Academy of Engineering, one of the highest professional recognitions in an engineer's career.
Woehl research group visualizes how organic ligands contribute to bimetallic nanoparticle synthesis.
The mathematical modeling and planning research will help the country transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy.
UMD Research Seeks to Minimize Risks of Performing Together; New Tech Supports Students’ Learning
UMD professor honored by a leading international body of physics professionals and scholars.
The building blocks of plants may taper our dependency on fossil fuels.
More than 20 years after finishing his Ph.D. in aerospace engineering at Maryland, Chris Jones is still giving back.
UMD student E. Ozie to publish her first novel, The Beautiful Math of Coral, April 2021.
BIOE assistant professors aims to improve efficacy of vaccines, immunotherapies
UMD engineers awarded for 3D nanoprinting strategy that opens the door for microinjection applications.
Research in Baltimore & College Park Tackles Critical Issues in the State and Globally
Operations research expert is building predictive mathematical models that will aid clinic planning teams with their decision making.
UMD researchers presented new findings, tools, and technologies, including a COVID-19 Impact Dashboard that leverages mobile device data.
The virtual meeting aimed to bolster battery technology under extreme conditions.
Team will advance regulatory science research and understanding of polymeric battery chemistry.
The Penn State faculty member was a student of Sennur Ulukus.
The programs rose to No. 15 in U.S. News & World Report's Ranking of Best Online Engineering Graduate Programs
Institute will build on existing strengths and elevate UMD neuroscience to national preeminence.
UMD's Deb Niemeier and other prominent researchers assess the new administration's course change on climate.
SABRE-enhanced NV-NMR may become a high-impact tool for biological applications, such as tracking and monitoring of chemical reactions of metabolites in single cells.
Adapting to COVID-era constraints, MDSE volunteers found a way to proceed with a solar panel installation.
Flight safety software developed by University of Maryland researchers can help unmanned aircraft respond to anomalies, malfunctions, and collision risks.
BIOE Professor Xiaoming He and his research team take a new approach to understand why cancers spread.
Faculty receive a Distinguished designation from the Project Management Institute’s Global Accreditation Center.
Maryland’s Future 20
is a list of startups that have the potential to be the state’s next major business success story.
BIOE assistant professors aim to develop techniques to target drugs to the central nervous system.
Distinguished University Professor Ashwani Gupta recognized for exemplary contributions to aerospace science and technology literature.
The operations research expert argues more lives would be saved with a less-rigid strategy.
Multi-Institutional research study made the January 2021 cover of Nature Catalysis.
Multi-institutional study makes cover of Advanced Materials
Three leading disaster scientists--Deb Niemeier, Allison Reilly and A.R. Siders--present a roadmap for change.
DURIP supports university research in technical areas of interest to the Department of Defense (DoD).
UMD engineers demonstrate a new shape-changing nozzle that could revolutionize “4D Printing” applications.
The coronavirus pandemic put a spotlight on multiple societal issues including inequality, economic unsustainability, and the need to create safer environments for work and school.
Drones were used to help measure emissions at an explosives decontamination site.
International research group publishes study for next-gen sustainable batteries in Science.
UMD,FDA researchers work to develop a technique to quickly measure the amount of amyloid plaque in the brain
BIOE professor will collaborate on vaccine technologies at Peter Doherty Institute for Infection & Immunity
The Solar District Cup challenges multidisciplinary student teams to design and model optimized distributed energy systems for a campus or urban district.
The selection committee selected Mogul as being one of the most innovative educators in the Clark School.
Research and education hub continues to expand programs, outreach
The Day One Project has tapped a proposal led by UMD’s Allison Reilly as one of 100 sci-tech ideas for the next U.S. administration.
It's with a heavy heart that we inform you of the passing of George Dieter, professor emeritus of mechanical engineering, Glenn L. Martin Institute Professor of Engineering, and dean of the A. James Clark School of Engineering from 1977–94.
For the first time, researchers measure the physical evidence of diminished neural processing within the brain after a stroke.
Locascio and Chellappa are among 175 new fellows who collectively hold over 4,700 U.S. patents.
Team to develop ultrahigh temperature coatings for jet engines and electricity-generation gas turbines
Courses are taught on weekday evenings to accommodate work schedules and students have the opportunity to earn a master's in less than two years.
Aerospace Engineering Ph.D. student James Sutherland takes top spot in SAMPE University Research Symposium competition.
Study published by Mahdi Ghorbani and Jeffery Klauda reveals why COVID-19 has such a high transmission rate.
Timothy Horiuchi is a co-author on the research published in IOP Bioinspiration & Biomimetics
UMD researchers develop technique to focus light beyond the diffraction limit - a breakthrough for optics
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.
They will investigate a wide range of attack methodologies that could be used against protoype IC chiplets being developed in the project.
ISR, ECE, Fraunhofer USA CESE and ARLIS researchers will assess strength of AISS security protections.
Study conducted by Mohamed Ahmed & Arnaud Trouvé published in Combustion and Flame.
ECE professors elected fellows of world's leading professional association for the advancement of technology.
Coraluppi elevated "for contributions to multi-sensor, multi-target tracking."
View UMD UAS Test Site director Matt Scassero
’s introduction speech at the Skyscraper 2020 Virtual Summit.
‘CAMEO’ identifies a new compound that’s useful for photonic devices and next generation computers.
Clarivate Highly Cited Researchers have published multiple papers frequently cited by their peers over the last decade.
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.
MSE research group creates a blueprint for predicting the infrared spectra of plasmonic nanoarcs.
Eden receives IHOF award for inventions contributing to the development and commercialization of micro-plasma technologies and excimer lasers.
Alumnus Austin Kendall (’17) has carved out a career built on a passion. Now he’s giving back to fuel future Maryland students.
Preston was a guide and friend to the Institute for Systems Research throughout its history.
Ion Storage Systems and InventWood hailed as talented innovators
Brown, a veteran technology executive, brings a career focus in building high-growth cybersecurity technology companies to Pondurance’s management team.
Printable, high-performance solid-state electrolyte films for next generation Li batteries.
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.
The University of Maryland is taking the lead on an initiative that could advance the civilian and commercial use of drones.
The DOE has awarded nearly $800,000 to a team led by assistant professor Michelle (Shelby) Bensi.
Award recognizes Hypersonic and High-Temperature Gas Dynamics, Third Edition as the best book published within the last five years.
The A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland welcomes 10 exceptional young engineers from across the state of Maryland as its newest class of A. James Clark Scholars.
The Merrill Scholars program recognizes the University of Maryland's top graduating seniors and their faculty/teacher mentors.
National Institute of Standards and Technology to collaborate
Former student of Sennur Ulukus has won NSF CAREER Award, Keysight Early Career Professor Award.
BIOE and UMSOD faculty member honored during PharmSci 360 virtual conference
The "heroic and extraordinary" efforts of Maryland engineers to deliver on the Clark School's commitment to excellence in a COVID world are featured in the Fall 2020 issue of Engineering at Maryland magazine.
Professor K.J. Ray Liu received the award “for outstanding leadership in and pioneering contributions to signal processing for wireless sensing and communications.”
Siddhartha Das and collaborators find a link between DNA base pair mismatches and the location of supercoiling.
Aerospace engineering department nets a second Achievement Award.
Application deadline is January 22, 2021.
The annual "America's Got Regulatory Science Innovation Talent" competition will take place on Jan. 15, 2021.
MTI’s Chenfeng Xiong wins USDOT Safety Data Initiative grant in collaboration with MDOT SHA.
UMD announces with the U.S. Army Research Lab agreements in additive manufacturing and battery research.
The Indian National Science Academy awards the medal for promise, creativity and excellence in a young scientist.
Clark Scholar's new technology takes on hospital overcrowding.
The Women in Engineering Program shipped nearly 1,500 kits to middle and high school kids, concentrating on communities with traditionally underrepresented populations in STEM.
Since April 2020, the COVID-19 Impact Analysis Platform has provided decision makers with a clear view of how the current epidemiological situation affects our society, economy, mobility, and public health.
An interdisciplinary UMD team led by the Clark School will vie for solar-powered victory at the second annual Solar District Cup.
Advancing Transformational Army Batteries
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.
Aerospace entrepreneur’s gift aims to inspire future engineers.
Hamburger will be officially recognized at a ceremony in February.
'Agents of Change' written by retired ERC program leader Lynn Preston and longtime collaborator Courtland Lewis.
Professor K. J. Ray Liu has been elected 2021 IEEE President-Elect and 2022 IEEE President.
Groundbreaking program fosters research opportunities for undergradiate honors students.
Sewer backups burden Baltimore homeowners. A UMD researcher steps in.
New module by Huan Xu and associates can reduce UAV maximum casualty expectation by 97 percent.
UMD researchers are building an ingestible capsule that can monitor and model gut microbiome serotonin activity and help demystify the “gut-brain axis.”
Mechanical Engineering Distinguished University
Professor Avram Bar-Cohen helped lay the scientific foundations for the thermal management of electronics components.
International funding, research and collaboration increase in line with loss of property and human life due to fire.
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.
Mechanical Engineering Ph.D. student Chu Xu wins top spot with work on lithium-sulfur batteries.
UMD Clark Scholars leverage philanthropy to support other students in the fight against COVID.
New research led by UMD Professor Johan Larsson could enable cost-effective modeling and margin of error calculations for complex chaotic system simulations
AUVSI’s XCELLENCE Awards Announced; UMD Wins in Humanitarian/Public Safety Category
Entrepreneurship just may be in his genes, says Clark School alum Randy Ortanez.
History-making UMD flight paves the way for further advancements.
Four mechanical engineering students share their experiences.
Alumnus gift will support graduate students and Design Decision Support Laboratory.
The JSAP Fellow International Award recognizes significant contributions of scientists who reside outside of Japan.
Keystone Professor Teng Li uses machine learning to gauge the performance of single-atom catalysts.
Ph.D. candidate Ian DesJardin one of 26 first-year DOE CSGF fellows for 2020.
Chapin is representing UMD with her video, "Demystifying the Gut-Brain Axis."
Each year, the dean of the University of Maryland’s A. James Clark School of Engineering honors exemplary faculty members for their dedication to excellence in research and teaching.
The aim of this project, being supported by the NSF Convergence Accelerator program, will be to enable trapped ion quantum computers to communicate over the internet.
Asa-Awuku, Duncan and Terrell-Shockley aim to steer students from non-traditional geoscience backgrounds into collaborative geoscience work.
Ion Storage Systems highlighted in SiliconRepublic
To advance inclusive medical therapies and diversity in fundamental science, one Maryland engineer leads by example.
CEE professor Dimitrios Goulias is using computer algorithms and machine learning to support a promising new approach.
New research could improve UAV use for search and rescues in hazardous conditions with no communication network.
NuScale Power, co-founded by UMD alumnus José Reyes, is the first to win NRC approval for a small modular reactor (SMR) design.
Twin studies at UMD and the University of Colorado-Boulder help band and music ensemble directors mitigate COVID-19 risks.
UMD’s Project Management Center for Excellence has been developing blended learning strategies that increase student engagement and retention
Payne, research team earn MedTech Innovator Best Video Award votes based on video views, likes.
Solid state energy storage research receives $2.25M in DOE funding.
As Sally Aims for Gulf Coast, Expert Urges Broader Thinking About Disaster Resilience, and Believing the Science
The Clark School moved up three spots, to No. 22 from 25 nationally, among undergraduate engineering programs in U.S. News & World Report
’s 2021 Best Colleges report released today. The Clark School ranks as No. 12 among public institutions.
Simulation optimization aims to guide planning and decision making under uncertainty in complex dynamic settings.
UMD professor to develop new technology for studying individual cell behavior.
A grant from The Lemelson Foundation will accelerate environmentally and socially responsible engineering through innovation in undergraduate curricula.
Angela Sun, Kevin Tu, and Tesia Shi co-founded COVID-19 Tutors in April 2020.
The team will help farmers tap the economic potential and environmental benefits of shellfish aquaculture.
Researchers tackle complexities of autonomous robots as a coronavirus solution.
BIOE postdoc Robert “Smitty” Oakes awarded $600K Veterans Affairs grant for multiple sclerosis research
Social and racial inequities built into nation’s flood management system, UMD professors warn.
As curriculum shifted online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Clark School discovered new ways for students to benefit from collaboration in class, engage with the university community, and build relationships with their peers.
Jelena Srebric was celebrating the release of a long-awaited study on the transmission rates of influenza in dorm rooms when the first cases of COVID-19 were reported in the United States.
The University of Maryland's Quantum Technology Center (QTC) entered today into an Education Partnership Agreement with the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) to identify and pursue opportunities related to quantum technology research.
The earliest indicator of COVID-19 may not be what—or where—one expects.
Berkeley Lab-led Center to catalyze U.S. leadership in quantum information science, and strengthen the nation's research community to accelerate
Senior Lecturer of Aerospace Engineering Liam Healy wrote a cloud-based computing application for the Fall 2020 semester to help students in ENAE441: Space Navigation and Guidance.
Project led by Liangbing Hu received $1M to develop pipe renovation technology.
Epps (M.S. ’94, Ph.D. ‘00)
will join the ISS crew during a mission planned for 2021.
Wang will be honored during an event coordinated with the 2020 Virtual MRS Spring/Fall Meeting later this year.
Co-Founded by Briskman, GuardianSat™ has developed a solution for high orbit satellite collision with orbital debris.
Micro-signals on videos could be used to infer physiological conditions.
Abshire will serve as a strategic mentor and knowledge broker for faculty within the Clark School of Engineering.
Ella Evenson and three biomedical engineering students from other universities created BMEast Masks.
Multi-institutional study published in Science Advances.
UMD teams take top spots in 2020 VFS design competition to re-imagine Leonardo da Vinci’s aerial
A Quantum Diamond Microscope, augmented with Machine Learning, has been used to noninvasively probe activity within an integrated circuit.
Course incorporates take-home kits, video instruction, and mentorship by professional engineers.
Phenomenon could lead to improved oil spill remediation and provide a source of clean energy.
Meet Anusha Dixit '21 and Rachel Cueva '21 of the Clark School's Department of Aerospace Engineering.
The Clark School is launching a pilot of open-source software PrairieLearn, an online homework and exam system that allows customized student assessment for an asynchronous environment.
NSF funding will lead to new risk management models for safe and effective reopening
Amid constraints, team members focused on what they could do—and the result was a productive season.
New undergraduate degree merges biology, data science, and computer programming
Funded teams feature UMD faculty from 15 academic departments and six centers and institutes
The only type of institution of its kind in the world, the museum's mission is to serve as America’s resource for nuclear science and history.
Peter Kofinas and Jesse Matthews team up to mentor high school students in a program hosted by the UMD Center for Minorities in Science and Engineering.
Plans include increasing diversity, drawing broader range of majors.
Founded in 1988, Academia Europaea is the pan-European academy of science, humanities and letters.
Chellappa will be joining Johns Hopkins on August 1 as a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor, but will continue his research collaborations at UMD.
Researchers’ Revamped Electronic Home Plate Adds Automation, Accuracy to Game.
UMD Professor and Quantum Technology Center Director, Ronald Walsworth, and his colleagues, have developed a way to use diamonds to see the elusive details of electrical currents.
Alumnus Champion, Professor Gabriel and Ahti Salo of Aalto University have published their work in Energy Systems.
Platform provides comprehensive data about COVID’s impact on mobility, health and the economy.
Micro-sized silicon anode expands energy capacity
Zoosk co-founder Alex Mehr continues his quest to revive iconic brands.
Researchers working around the clock to ease the impact of supply shortages on hospitals, care facilities
Five Clark School athletes have been named Big Ten (stylized B1G) Distinguished Scholars for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Three Clark School graduate students were among the university's 2020 Three Minute Thesis (3MT) winners.
Mohamad Alaabar, Capt. Eng. and Head of the Inspection Division at Bahrain Civil Defence’s Protection and Safety Directorate, shares his experience ensuring fire safety and prevention during COVID-19.
Role will support efforts to enhance diversity within the department and in the STEM fields at large.
BIOE assistant professor working to develop novel light-based technology to improve drug delivery
The competition recognizes distinguished graduate student researchers in order to help propel their careers and demonstrate the value of high-quality engineering research.
UMD President-Designate Darryll Pines inspires a culture of excellence at the Clark School, where everyone plays a part.
Four University of Maryland teams competed in this year’s NASA 2020 Revolutionary Aerospace Systems Concepts – Academic Linkage (RASC-AL) competition.
Size of the neutrally buoyant bPods has dropped from ‘baseball’ to ‘golf ball’ to ‘cherry’ in just three years.
Prof. Cheng Gong has won IUPAP’s 2020 Young Scientist Award in Semiconductor Physics for his original breakthrough research on two-dimensional quantum materials and devices.
The NSF EAGER project intends to monitor pedestrian movements, using cameras and other sensors, that will automatically check for vital signs to gather reliable data, and investigate techniques to influence the behaviors of pedestrians to change their social behavior using robots.
In response to the novel coronavirus pandemic, Clark School researchers are working tirelessly to create solutions and pool resources.
Faghih is one of 35 brilliant young entrepreneurs, inventors, visionaries, humanitarians and pioneers working to make the world a better place.
Manocha has received the highest honor bestowed on tenured faculty members at the University of Maryland.
Alumna Sylvie DeLaHunt’s (’14, M.S. ’16) ongoing efforts to improve diversity and inclusion featured in Aerospace America
Bioderived cellulose could be used in vehicles, construction.
For the second year in a row, two Clark School faculty members have been named Finalists of the Blavatnik National Awards for Young Scientists.
BIOE associate professor to develop imaging technology to study how biological cells grow into complex tissues.
Multi-institutional research team led by Chunsheng Wang published in PNAS.
The research is helping medical team in Wuhan’s Jinyintan Hospital prepare and allocate resources and support decisions.
FDA grant and gift from entrepreneur provide $250K in awards
High endurance design could be a boon for emergency responders.
Competition challenges students to develop some of the next generation technologies to enhance NASA’s Moon to Mars space exploration missions.
Vertex Aerospace co-founders Nick Teti (mechanical engineering ’85) and Rommel Zara (aerospace engineering ’00) created a scholarship to support freshman engineering students from the Maryland region.
Niemeier and Kaushik to lead project using mobile phone data, medical records.
In its 23 years, NEXTOR has developed decision support tools, operational and system concepts, and policymaking tools that benefit the FAA, the airline industry and the flying public.
New research could help ensure victims get the right care, quickly.
Echinoderm-inspired robots could perform many difficult, dangerous tasks.
Takeuchi and Aute to lead projects
President-designate calls acts of violence against black community nationwide a 'stain' against UMD values.
Selection recognizes breakthrough flight delivering organ for transplant.
Clark School Dean Robert Briber states that implicit bias that goes unaddressed is not welcome.
President-designate to Lead Education Group; Maryland Transportation Institute to Provide Data
Researchers aim to prevent disease spread during endotracheal intubation procedures for COVID-19 patients.
The design bolsters both battery safety and performance.
Aerospace engineering senior Charles Flanagan takes first place in Undergraduate Category.
Woehl research group will investigate fundamental aspects of chemical reaction driven nanoparticle assembly processes.
Matias and his colleagues pioneered a framework for algorithmic treatment of streaming massive datasets.
New NSF funding, Lab on a Chip
paper for Ghodssi group developing minimally invasive medical devices.
Pohland will attend the University of California, Berkeley, pursuing research in robotics.
Chapin’s video, “Demystifying The Gut-Brain-Axis,” reflects her dissertation work.
BIOE seniors present Capstone projects and celebrate winners virtually.
Jeffery Klauda is studying the protein amino acids at the COVID-19/ACE-2 interface.
Wang, known for his versatile battery research, cited by Research Interfaces.
Noah Eckman (’20) received the William L. Thomas Student Government Association Award for his service.
Compact, reusable system could quickly and cheaply test for multiple respiratory viruses.
Professors Thomas Murphy and Derek Paley have been selected by the University of Maryland as Distinguished Scholar-Teachers.
Potential application for complex electronics highlighted in Nature Communications
UMD’s Dr. Birthe Kjellerup is leading a project designed to assist early detection.
Aerospace Engineering’s Program Director of Student Services recognized for staff excellence in student services.
Laroia founded Flarion Technologies in 2000 and developed Flash-OFDM broadband wireless technology there.
Terps Racing’s Baja team lead recognized for her efforts to advance women in engineering.
The Clark School's Gamera Project is a student design challenge inspired by the Sikorsky Prize.
Fischell Institute, Mechanical Engineering researchers designed a rapid deployment COVID-19 testing booth.
Sixty-eight undergraduate students from the A. James Clark School of Engineering were recognized with 2020 Annual Engineering Honors and Awards.
The U.S. Naval Research Lab experiment, the Photovoltaic Radiofrequency Antenna Module Flight Experiment (PRAM FX), will transform solar power into radio frequency microwave energy.
A 2011 graduate of the Clark School, Christina Lam now races cars for Hi-Speed Motorsports and coaches clients for Skip Barber Racing School.
University of Maryland’s SERA Metrics Track Readiness Indicators
Manocha receives the 2020 Pierre Bézier Award in recognition of his technically significant and lasting contributions in Solid, Geometric and Physical Modeling and their Applications.
Haleigh Eppler is a fourth-year Biological Sciences Ph.D. student and a member of Christopher Jewell's lab.
Social Distancing Index declines 12 points nationwide
Aerospace Engineering students receive nine out of 29 awarded Vertical Flight Foundation Scholarships.
The electric-powered, vertical take-off and landing, micro air vehicle competition encourages student interest in autonomous/unmanned aircraft technology and small air vehicle design and fabrication.
Assistant Professor Christine Hartzell is a member of NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Team exploring Asteroid Bennu.
CEE professor honored for advancing the field of geotechnical risk and statistics.
The annual series honors contributions to bridging geotechnical and pavement engineering.
UMD engineers have reinvented a 26,000-year-old manufacturing process into an innovative approach to fabricating ceramic materials.
Mechanical engineering chair Bala Balachandran leads a data-driven approach.
During the COVID-19 crisis, UMIACS researchers are using online resources to advance research.
The series's inaugural presentation offers concrete strategies for parenting during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Newly-published UMD research details a potential breakthrough
Quinn Kupec’s efforts featured on North Dakota news outlet KVRR.
“Quarantine fatigue” is recorded in 48 states.
Doctoral student Austin Lewis and faculty mentor Katrina Groth are developing a Bayesian Network approach.
This will advance Duncan and his lab's work on bio-inspired hydrogels for detection of aerosolized COVID-19.
Campus high-tech manufacturing takes on COVID-19.
Clark School researchers are working to create solutions and pool resources in efforts to minimize the spread of the disease, provide critical aid to health care workers and their patients, and monitor the impact of social distancing and travel restrictions.
Clark School students take top prize in Pitch Dingman competition.
A new study published in Science Advances expands the landscape of nanomaterials, and what we can do with them.
Angela Jones, Ph.D. created a series of innovative experiments that her students can perform at home.
The new UMB-UMCP program has announced its first grants for projects combining AI and medicine.
The COVID-19 pandemic has unleashed a torrent of creativity from researchers eager to help society through this difficult passage.
Student-faculty teams that write review articles for journals reap multiple benefits.
UMD poses answer to making a nanostructured battery: a better electrolyte
Slye, the first graduate of FPE's program, passed on April 13, 2020.
Rose Faghih wins NSF CAREER Award to adapt smartwatches to deliver information about emotional and cognitive states.
Mechanical Engineering Alumnus Pradeep Sharma (Ph.D. ’00) Named 2020 Guggenheim Fellowship Recipient.
UMD-supported business development facility creating ventilators from breast pumps along with masks, shields to fill need.
Dr. Meixner will provide the scientific, technical and management guidance for the SOFIA team and work in partnership with the Deutsches SOFIA Institut to amplify the scientific productivity and influence of the observatory.
In a new paper in Science Advances
, researchers from UMD and several other institutions presented a new method for identifying and characterizing topological invariants on various experimental platforms, testing their protocol in a quantum simulator made of neutral atoms.
Team is developing methods that can aid preparation and planning.
Trevor Quinn, a junior studying aerospace engineering, passed away on Friday.
Six members of the BIOE community receive the prestigious award this year.
Professor DeClaris joined the UMD faculty in 1967 and served as Head of the Electrical Engineering Department. After stepping down as head, he continued to teach until his retirement in 2011.
Data Analysis Shows Erratic Response to COVID-19 Restrictions
BGSS has transformed its "Research and Pizza" in person events to virtual "Research and Pajamas" gatherings.
ECE Alumnus Alex Scott ‘18 and his teammates are repurposing breast pumps to support the global ventilator shortage and assist healthcare facilities to fight the novel Coronavirus.
Fischell Institute designs DIY-style mask with better filtration than cloth masks.
Student volunteers step up at College Park Fire Station.
Mechanical Engineering Professor Jelena Srebric selected as Acting Associate Dean for Research
in the A. James Clark School of Engineering.
Researchers explore how to map lattice gauge theories to ion traps.
Clark School faculty and additive manufacturing experts are working to 3D print protective face shields in response to critical PPE shortages.
The department provided a University of Maryland School of Medicine practice with masks, goggles and other items.
Diverse energy projects selected from across the University System
Researchers are working to address the critical supply of N95 respirators resulting from the COVID-19 crisis.
Bioengineers, Terrapin Works producing new respirator and ventilator designs.
Dinesh Manocha and Aniket Bera’s latest development on a socially-intelligent robot known as ProxEmo, has been featured in Forbes.
Campus units donate masks, gloves, and other much-needed supplies.
Research center, led by Liangbing Hu, will use innovative materials development to solve the world’s most pressing problems.
Downloadable software developed by Herrmann and colleagues aids in planning clinic design, surges, vaccination allocation and alternative care sites.
Engineering labs pivot to produce and distribute hand sanitizer and surgical masks.
UMD’s Maryland Transportation Institute and CATT Lab are analyzing data gleaned from mobile devices.
The annual Alumni Cup competition is hosted by the Clark School's Engineering Alumni Network.
The A. James Clark School of Engineering is ranked a top 20 program for graduate-level engineering in the U.S. by U.S. News & World Report.
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.
The flying carpet is the epitome of what the Mpact Challenge hoped to inspire: that when given the resources and room for unrestricted creativity, students and faculty can develop a radical idea.
Borne from a capstone course is the two-year odyssey to build Maryland's first electric racing car.
The "smart bra" is a low-cost wearable device that could conceivably detect breast cancer early enough for treatment.
Called the Stance, Karl Zhao's custom, modular, and durable foot could help fill a critical gap in the prosthetics industry.
Entrepreneur Alex Mehr (Ph.D. ‘03) is reinvigorating iconic, but struggling, brick and mortar brands through “creative reinvention” in e-commerce.
Award recognizes a significant impact to furthering vertical flight.
Through alumni efforts, now on permanent display in the Engineering Lab Building
Alascio, a senior, will continue into his master’s program in the fall.
Project will Develop Lithium and Sodium Metal Solid State Batteries for Advanced Energy Storage Applications
Poppler James is second Clark School staff member to serve in this national role.
Award is highest honor bestowed to faculty by the University System of Maryland Board of Regents.
Professor Robert Briber has been named Interim Dean of the University of Maryland’s A. James Clark School of Engineering, effective April 1, 2020.
Endowed Memorial Scholarship provided by the NFPA will be available to incoming undergraduates.
Marti Pattishall creates fund honoring late husband Robert A. Pattishall’s (aerospace engineering ’69) legacy and preserve his passion for education.
These five-year grants will be provided to teams located across 52 U.S. academic institutions, subject to satisfactory research progress and the availability of funds.
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).
Tubaldi explores nature's strategies to develop soft, bio-inspired devices.
BIOE assistant professor to apply grant to shed new light on how blood vessels work.
Scholarship provides merit-based support to students in aerospace engineering.
Fathy joins the department with an extensive background in optimal control of energy systems.
A superthin electrolyte with three layers could deliver safe, fast-charging batteries
This year's student leaders of Terps Racing are making strides to build a stronger community of inclusivity and diversity.
Trouvé and Stoliarov led the U21 International Fire Safety Consortium on campus last week.
UMD study published in Nature Communications.
Darryll Pines has served as Dean of the A. James Clark School of Engineering since January 2009.
Citation reads, "for fundamental and high impact contributions to Internet over satellite technology, cybersecurity, automatic control, model-based systems engineering, and for academic leadership."
The nationwide Cupid's Undie Run has raised close to $19M for Neurofibromatosis research since 2010.
Quantitative research will help better assess risks and benefits, while providing a foundation for planning.
Andrucyk actively champions efforts to develop a more diverse and inclusive workforce that encourages collaboration and partnership across NASA Science.
Regional Partners Include Universities, National Labs, Businesses
Funded research will explore new algorithms that learn how to design complex systems.
The Maryland Quantum Alliance launched today with an event in the House of Delegates Office Building.
The award recognizes women in the campus community who have made exemplary contributions to the improvement of the quality of women's lives.
New research could expand additive manufacturing capabilities with multiple materials at smaller sizes while offering students unique hands-on research opportunities.
Mote announced as one of the Franklin Institute Awards Class of 2020 recipients.
Alumni Profile: Cara Martin
Dubai's Recycling Hub recycles up to 40,000 tons of e-waste per year.
Online Graduate Program Recognized as a Best Online Program by U.S. News & World Report
BIOE assistant professor receives Biomedical Engineering Society recognition.
BIOE Chair recognized for contributions to biomaterials literature.
Researchers from UMD, four other universities combine expertise to advance worldwide partnership initiative
Applications are open now for the March 23 first round pitch event.
Our department has racked up a considerable amount of honors and accolades as of late!
Klauda research group published in PNAS this morning.
paper examines applications, economics and technologies
Grody, Sturtevant and Rappaport take top spot with their patent-pending Hydraze solution.
Alumni Kerry Wisnosky (aerospace engineering, ’86), co-founder of Millennium, provides new balloon payload project opportunities to help enhance student research capabilities.
University of Maryland's Clark School of Engineering community remembers Innovation Hall of Fame alumnus George J. Laurer (1925-2019).
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.
New review article by original author Michael Fu traces game-playing AI programs to seminal 2005 paper in Operations Research.
More than a dozen Ballet Company M dancers hail from science and engineering backgrounds
AMBIC Industry Board members and other researchers convened to discuss new and ongoing projects.
A leading water resources expert outlines steps needed for greater resilience.
Undergraduate and graduate students take top spots at AIAA’s Region 1 Young Professionals, Students, and Educators Conference.
Researchers from across UMD convene to discuss the latest projects funded by BBI
Papamanthou will provide leadership to the unique center that joins computer scientists and engineers with researchers from across campus in fields such as economics, supply-chain management and the social sciences.
Drones can help measure how well distress beacons are working, particularly in hard-to-reach locations.
The Institute is accepting applications for the MPowering the State Student Entrepreneurship Fellowship.
ISR alumnus Philip Twu
helped develop the probe at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory.
The prestigious medal is awarded annually to researchers who have made a lasting impact on the field of signal processing.
Comprehensive report on the future of clean energy innovation in Maryland delivered today to Governor Hogan
New inductees are latest of six UMD faculty recognized by NAI for ‘prolific spirit of innovation.’
UMD's Bart Forman and NASA colleagues are developing a new simulation tool that can determine the best method.
UMD’s Ichiro Takeuchi and team published in Science.
UMD’s Ichiro Takeuchi and team published in Science.
The Clark School Honors Electrical Engineering Alum Donald H. Willis for Significant Innovative Contributions.
The ISR Ph.D. students won in the bioengineering and neuroscience and cognitive science categories.
ChBE Professor Taylor Woehl offers insight into more efficient microscopy technique.
Hu and Wang identified by Web of Science
Leila Ladani (M.S. ’05, Ph.D. ’07) takes the helm of The Polytechnic School, one of six schools in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University.
125 Years of Engineering Excellence at the University of Maryland (1894–2019)
Technica remains the largest all-women and non-binary hackathon in the world.
The student-run WIAA fosters a professional and supportive community by empowering women with opportunities for leadership, technical and professional development, networking, outreach, and advocacy on behalf of female students.
Professor Emeritus Mark Lewis named Pentagon's new director of defense research and engineering for modernization.
Segment on VOA Russia Service details life-saving capabilities of drone delivery.
Yanne K. Chembo has been recognized for contributions to the field of microwave photonic systems for aerospace and communication engineering.
Mystery box intended to identify and recruit the most talented engineers.
'TurboTerps' flew their drone autonomously through a set of gates, completing 14 runs in 4:42.
Study, written by UMD Undergrad Eric Wang, published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society.
Award will support research on inequities in disaster relief.
Fiaz's team won the award for "Outstanding Achievement in Robotic Orchestration."
An interview with the inaugural Clark Distinguished Chair and MTI faculty affiliate.
High-energy-density polymeric cathode for fast-charge sodium and multivalent batteries.
BIOE assistant professor to be recognized at 2019 BMES Annual Meeting
The event was organized in collaboration with the Baltimore Washington Chapter of the Health Physics Society, and attended by Boy Scouts from the DMV.
""High Efficiency Water Segregator" won the grand prize.
The Technical.ly Awards honored an history-making drone flight that helped save the life of a kidney patient.
Microgravity mysteries prompt creative thinking for spacecraft design.
Grants will fund studies, led by Michael Gollner, of wildfires as they move into communities.
Could lightweight electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft be a solution for urban congestion?
Novel battery chemistry study published in Nature Energy.
UMB, BIOE researchers team up to study link between spinal cord injury and dementia.
Jimmy Tancabel and Adelaide Mei Chun Nolan named as the 2019 Engie Fellowship Recipients
The A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland welcomes 10 exceptional young engineers from across the state of Maryland as its newest class of A. James Clark Scholars.
Researchers investigate new 4D printing techniques to control stem cell cardiomyogenesis.
Robinson started Intercoastal Trading which focuses on reducing nitrogen and phosphorus output.
The lab will enable hands-on research and will offer undergraduate courses in networking and network virtualization, as well as revamp Master’s in Telecommunications courses.
Originally from Illinois, Donlin will use the funding to develop and research a fire service topic.
UMD will hold a one-day symposium focusing on local research into quantum materials on September 26, 2019.
How an 18-year-old student engineering project showed up in a new sci-fi book.
Professor Min Wu received the prestigious Harriett B. Rigas Award from the IEEE Education Society for outstanding leadership in signal processing, education, and mentoring.
You may not be able to see undiagnosed, internal hemorrhagic bleeding ... but a robot can.
The Clark School formally opened the Daikin Energy Innovation Laboratory in honor of its more than 20-year partnership with global manufacturer Daikin.
Maria Rodriguez is working to obtain data that is needed for recovery and reforestation efforts.
Autonomous coordination of cell subpopulations highlighted in Nature Communications.
The program will offer students the opportunity to engage in cutting-edge technical course work in machine learning and develop their problem solving skills in the art and science of processing and extracting information from data.
Tim Sweeney ('93, mechanical engineering) is building the new frontier of gaming.
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.
The University of Maryland (UMD) has announced the launch of the Quantum Technology Center (QTC), which aims to translate quantum physics research into innovative technologies.
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
Green technologies, such as recycled pavement, have the capacity to both lower operating costs for businesses through carbon credits and reduce pollution.
The researchers received the grant as part of the NSF’s Quantum Leap Initiative.
The Clark School welcomes six National Academy Engineering members who will be returning to or joining our faculty this fall.
The gift will fund aerospace research while increasing opportunities for women and underrepresented minorities in STEM fields.
UMD Student Jennifer Wood is using an FAA research grant to help the agency develop fire detection systems.
The interdisciplinary project will explore the molecular connection between the gut and the nervous system.
The award recognizes exceptionally influential research accomplishments by Clark School faculty.
BIOE assistant professor recognized for optics research.
Undergraduate and graduate student teams from the Clark School took top honors in an international competition.
Ronald (Ron) Walsworth joined the University of Maryland in August as a Minta Martin Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and as Director of the Quantum Technology Center.
The new research center will catalyze the development of high-impact quantum technologies.
Towards a more realistic picture of how crystal nucleation occurs at a solid-liquid interface.
The October event will bring together experts from around the globe.
DOE Awards UMD/MEI2
$2M for Advance Battery Technology
A. James Clark School of Engineering researchers are invited to submit abstracts by Sept. 10th.
Researchers develop micro-scale device to analyze bacteria in human blood using single-cell Raman spectrometry
CEE professors led sustainability-focused study abroad programs in Iceland and Italy.
The UMD UAS Test Site marks two milestones this summer: five years since its launch, and the 1,000th
Ashley Ruth was honored at a ceremony on July 25, 2019.
Ahmadi, who earned a 2006 BS in electrical engineering and math, is a professor at Princeton University.
More frequent flooding is straining the nation's levee system.
Prof. Liu has been named a University of Maryland distinguished university professor, the most prestigious internal honor on campus.
New treatment for wood could make a membrane to extract fresh water.
Maryland Energy Innovation Institute officially launched its first start-up company, Ion Storage Systems.
UMD researchers developed a technique to drive teams of bacteria to work together autonomously.
Study published in the Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
A World Bank delegation visited campus to learn more about transportation initiatives being developed at UMD.
UMD researchers developed a technique to drive teams of bacteria to work together autonomously.
The award is given annually to scientists who have excelled in their contributions to science, particularly in areas beneficial to Philippine science.
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.
They aim to expand CEEE's status as one of the leading Centers for HVAC&R Research in the world
ARPA-E Marks 10 Years of Technology Innovation
Fires in cell phones, laptops, and even a jumbo jet might have one thing in common: a liquid-electrolyte lithium-ion battery.
The PECASE is the highest honor given to outstanding scientists and engineers beginning their independent careers.
BIOE associate professor and associate chair recognized for immune engineering research and STEM outreach.
Niemeier is the first of several endowed Clark Distinguished Chairs to be appointed through the Clark Foundation investment.
Dr. Zhao begins his tenure with UMD on July 1.
His appointment will begin July 1, 2019.
Unmanned systems are helping to power economic growth in Southern Maryland.
Paley's term will begin July 1, 2019.
Stroka Lab works to shed new light on Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, and drug delivery to the brain.
Klauda research group published in Chemical Reviews.
Deadline for submitting an application is July 30.
BIOE Associate Professor Christopher Jewell now backed by four active NIH R01 grants.
A team led by UMD professor Bart Forman is developing a tool to help satellites measure the water content of snow.
Christine Hartzell is the mission scientist on one of three finalist missions selected by NASA for future small satellites.
A junction between an ordinary metal and a special kind of superconductor has provided a robust platform to observe Klein tunneling.
Out of gratitude to his mentor, Jim Rand has made a generous gift to the Clark School in support of the Robert M. Rivello Scholarship.
Researchers have created the first silicon chip that can reliably constrain light to its four corners.
Doctoral candidate Alterra is studying how microplastics and chemicals interact—and finding some surprises.
Students recognized for research in vaccine design, surgical sealants, pulmonary diseases, and multiple sclerosis.
A team of Clark School students will compete in this year's RASC-AL competition, held June 18-20, 2019.
The Clark School honors this year's alumni celebrating the 50th, 55th, 60th, and 70th anniversaries of their University of Maryland graduations.
This half-day event focused on the ineffective study strategies that students are now using to pass engineering courses.
Ion Storage Systems partnering with Alsop Louie
Hafezi and Hu are among 31 of the nation's rising stars who will compete for three Blavatnik National Awards.
Connect with the University of Maryland's A. James Clark School of Engineering at ASEE 2019!
UMD senior working with Fischell Institute to further study of atmospheric microbiology
Four academic laboratories partner with Google to explore how materials science can help make fusion more accessible.
Glenn L. Martin Wind Tunnel Celebrates 70 Years of Aerodynamic Research and Development
Three faculty receive AIAA NCS awards for their outstanding contributions to research and education.
Award recognizes outstanding research contributions made by professional track faculty on campus.
UMD and Boulder engineers create strong, sustainable solution for passive cooling
FIRE freshmen, AE undergrads and MEng Robotics students take first place in both categories at VFS Micro Air Vehicle Student Challenge.
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.
Hyperdimensional computing theory could change the way AI works
Medalist Honors Late Father With Career Pursuit as More Than 8,200 Terps Graduate Next Week
Gang-Len Chang and his research team are testing a way to reduce sudden braking.
Jessica Boyer will receive academic assistance and a paid internship opportunity with NOAA.
UMD and ARL scientists create water-based battery with outstanding performance
The Center for Engineering Concepts Development celebrated its distinguished history and decades of accomplishments during their 20th Anniversary and Middleton Luncheon.
For many UMD researchers, partnering with the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) is key.
National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation hosts annual pitch competition at the University of Maryland
Honors student, salutatorian, track and field star, and military commander are a few of the roles Oswald Hurt (O.H.) Saunders played during his time with the College of Engineering.
An historic first opens the way for safer, faster organ deliveries.
When an important WWII atomic relic turned up out of the blue, two Maryland researchers wanted to know: what happened to the other 658 of them?
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.
Six students received scholarships from the Vertical Flight Foundation (VFF), the philanthropic arm of the Vertical Flight Society (VFS).
Five Clark School undergraduate students were honored with Dean's Awards on April 17, 2019.
UMD engineering student Kira Loshin wants to provide role models for girls interested in STEM.
The groundbreaking effort by Maryland faculty and researchers could help expand donor access to transplantation.
Key concerns include vehice safety, software reliabillity, and cybersecurity.
Not a day goes by when volunteer firefighter Christopher Hallock doesn't use what he's learned as a student at the A. James Clark School of Engineering.
The inter-department program will support junior faculty in developing solutions to advance probabilistic risk assessments.
Awards honor inventions with potential for transformative impact on science, society, and the free market.
A self-cleaning device made of wood aims to make small-scale desalination more practical.
This award is bestowed annually to faculty members who have provided remarkable contributions to the field of teaching.
Ion Storage Systems one of 5 outstanding finalists in LG Chem Battery Challenge
Professor Ichiro Takeuchi uses machine learning to help develop new magnetic materials.
UMD was one of only three U.S. public universities to place in the top 10 at the 2018 William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition.
Axel Krieger, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, specializes in medical robotics and computer vision.
Research sponsors voted theirs best out of 15 presentations.
Timothy J. Regan, president and CEO of Whiting-Turner, will share insights gained during his career.
Azadeh Farzaneh discussed her research on microbial induced corrosion in oil pipelines.
Akua Asa-Awuku strives to understand the molecular components of the atmosphere that exist at the ultrasmall nanoscale.
CECT bioengineers lead effort to print scaffolds to heal bone and cartilage.
Testudo became the official mascot of UMD in 1932, and engineering students played a critical role in shaping the prominence of Testudo on campus.
Recipients have contributed to improving the quality of women's lives.
Data-driven tech combines photos, videos, real-world trajectory, and behavioral info into autonomous driving simulator.
Mo will receive $45K to help fund his research in engineered materials design.
He is being recognized for his technical and professional contributions to the field of cryptology
The combination of a human facial recognition expert teamed with a computer running ML analyses of facial image data provides the most accurate facial identification.
The trend towards increased severe flooding is set to continue worldwide, says UMD's Gerald Galloway.
The nine-year award is part of ED's Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need program, also known as GAANN.
BIOE faculty awarded one of the highest professional distinctions accorded to a medical/biological engineer.
Briber, Das and Hu make novel heat-conversion membrane
Jelena Srebric, University of Maryland professor of mechanical engineering, has been elected a Fellow of IBPSA.
Aerospace engineering student Adam Boro has been named among the 2019 "Tomorrow's Technology Leaders: The 20 Twenties."
New method developed by UMD researchers could be scaled up to improve security at ports of entry
Fischell Fellow Javier Navarro-Rueda recognized for tissue engineering research.
Awards ceremony to be held Wednesday, May 8, in Baltimore.
An Expert Gets to the Bottom of Them (and Blows Out a Tire)
A National Academies study committee chaired by Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Allen P. Davis is recommending steps the EPA can take to strengthen the moniitoring and management of industrial stormwater.
DOE greenlights 2 UMD awards in second round
Manocha discusses his research on robot planning, human-robot interaction, and autonomous driving.
Leite and team research highlighted on cover of Joule
Research team explores nanotechnology-based therapeutic strategy for triple-negative breast cancer.
Departments went head-to-head in this week-long challenge to develop a machine worthy of their discipline.
AAAS Fellow Dinesh Manocha interviewed; Robo Raven, Robo Crab and Tiny Terps shown to meeting participants.
Prof. Chembo’s research interests include nonlinear and stochastic dynamics, quantum optics, laser physics, and information theory.
Dean of UMD's engineering school to receive one of engineering's highest honors.
BRE experiment commenced aboard the International Space Station on February 8.
The study provides the most complete strong stretching theory model to describe the thermodynamics of PE brushes.
The A. James Clark School of Engineering is proud to celebrate its 125th anniversary in 2019!
BBI-affiliated faculty instrumental to "Readout and control of spatiotemporal neuronal codes for behavior"
Study reveals how the brain nimbly and rapidly change responses to incoming sensory stimuli depending upon the cognitive context of the moment.
Class Central has named a University of Maryland offering among their top 10 MOOCs beginning in January 2019.
BYUradio talks to Simon about where in the brain, and how quickly, neurons transition from processing the sound
of speech to the language-based words
Representatives from more than 100 high schools, colleges, and universities convened at the E4USA Engineering Curriculum Workshop.
The Online Master of Engineering Program Recognized As 20th Best Online Graduate Engineering Program in the Nation
Eric Wang receives prestigious scholarship to study at the University of Cambridge.
Clark School Professor Gerry Galloway was named a Top 25 Newsmaker of 2018 by Engineering News-Record
Wang group published in Nature Energy.
University of Maryland establishes Robert E. Fischell Institute for Biomedical Devices to propel advancements in human health.
Unmanned aircraft may be the ultimate method for delivering life-saving organs from donors to recipients.
K-12 outreach efforts help the Clark School to both recruit prospective engineering students and cultivate a diverse student population.
UMD engineers and scientists measure previously unexamined tiny force.
Deadline to submit team entry form is Feb. 18. The Maryland Robotics Center is organizing the competition.
Clark School student Kristen Edwards says getting involved in service initiatives outside of school can open doors.
More than 20 teams of senior-level students showcased solution-driven projects.
Students award AWCAA $10,000 to help African women with cancer.
Each awarded $25K to sponsor research.
Alumnus Chuck Popenoe inducted into the A. James Clark School of Engineering’s Innovation Hall of Fame for inventing SmartBolts®.
With a gift in 2007 to the Clark School, Pedro Wasmer is inspiring today's engineers.
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.
Hu, Wang demonstrated significant influence through publication of multiple highly cited papers during the last decade.
Joint UMD, TAMU study affirms urban flooding is a growing threat across the U.S.
CODER workshop features 10 keynotes and seven panel sessions, brings together industry, government, and academia.
The experiment will travel on the ISS for a year, exposing samples to the environment of low earth orbit.
The new building will inspire innovation and entrepreneurship, enable world-class research, and spur economic development.
The A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland welcomes 10 exceptional young engineers from across the state of Maryland as its inaugural class of A. James Clark Scholars.
Meet Gabrielle Ball, a mechanical engineering major and Clark Opportunity Transfer Scholar at the University of Maryland's A. James Clark School of Engineering.
CEE researchers use satellite data to improve global snow-water equivalent
Call for proposals due January 15, 2019
MTI experts shine a light on how travelers move between and within metropolitan areas.
"Power in numbers" is how Michael Otte, an engineer at the University of Maryland, approaches robot decision making.
M-CERSI, NCC-PDI receive funding renewals for up to five years.
Through engineering models and data, the Center for Risk and Reliability is enhancing a larger understanding of hydrogen safety.
Meet Justin Pearson, a Ph.D. student and Clark Doctoral Fellow at the University of Maryland's A. James Clark School of Engineering.
The latest from a partnership of University of Maryland researchers, county officials, nonprofits, and private-sector leaders.
With a $1.5 million award from the Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program, a UMD engineer will co-lead a research effort to quantify the pulmonary and cardiovascular health consequences to firefighters exposed to wildland fire smoke.
Tests for heart attacks exist but are slow and require specially trained personnel -- UMD alum is working to change that.
Their paper, “Development of an RFID System for SPS-ALPHA,” won at the finals held at IAC 2018 on October 1-5, in Bremen, Germany.
Joint project aims to design an air taxi that could “hop” from Baltimore to D.C. in 15 minutes.
Researchers are developing a tool to help officials better meet the needs of vulnerable populations.
Through a generous commitment to the Maryland Promise, Steven Lehrer ('82) is helping today's engineering students get their start where he got his.
This highly competitive program strengthens the connections between scientists and journalists by placing advanced undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate level scientists, engineers, and mathematicians at media organizations nationwide.
In latest development, the researchers have miniaturized the platform and are able to control it through wireless signals.
The project is funded under the Office of Naval Research Atmospheric Propagation Studies for High Energy Lasers program.
Ion Storage Systems wins Innovation Showcase
Rappaport and Tanner win scholarships in Northrop Grumman 3D Printing Design Challenge
UMD transportation engineers develop incenTrip to nudge users toward greener, more efficient travel decisions.
National Capital Consortium co-led by Children's National and University of Maryland
The Clark School joins forces with a Maryland farmer to reduce nutrient pollution to the bay.
The "Maryland Paratroopers" team included students from the A. James Clark School of Engineering and the Department of Computer Science.
Led by CATT Lab, the project could shape how agencies operate and design the transportation network.
EWB and MDSE partner with communities to improve quality of life locally and abroad.
Intended as Precursor to Widely-Accepted Transferable College-Level Credit
An effort to tackle the evolutionary anomaly of why the neural tube closes in most embryos but remains open in others.
The project could enable new advanced quantum research and technology.
Resilience experts use gaming techniques and more to understand utility operator behaviors.
This is the first time high-frequency-cycled pyroelectric energy conversion has been successfully combined with the ability to recharge batteries.
The cutting-edge Whiting-Turner Infrastructure Engineering Laboratories total more than 7,000 square feet.
Ph.D. student Lena Johnson is working on Robo Raven, a bird-inspired unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV).
The President's Medal is the highest honor the university community can bestow.
When implanted medical devices transmit and process data, they can generate heat detrimental to body tissues.
Researchers have demonstrated a new approach that enables different devices to repeatedly emit nearly identical single photons.
The researchers will combine applied microbiology with engineering disciplines to explore the complex interactions between flexible sensors, bacterial biofilms, and bioelectric treatment.
The program will recruit and train more than 60 doctoral students.
NSF-funded summer program invites undergrads to explore new approaches to engineering cells, tissues, organs.
BIOE associate professor recognized for research at interface of immunology and engineering.
Sarah Bergbreiter builds robots that are the size of an ant.
Build a prototype electric bicycle with a range of 125 miles.
Collaborative research team hopes to apply technology to textiles.
Graduate and undergraduate teams receive top honors.
California is burning, but University of Maryland engineers can help.
The $750,000 CRISP grant will allow the team to investigate operator decision-making following disasters.
Nanostructured battery is safe, manufacturing-compatible, and delivers much higher power at high energy
Baras honored for his technical contributions and commercialization leadership of Internet over satellite, hybrid satellites, and terrestrial networks.
Baja SAE team and Formula SAE team participate in competitions throughout the country.
Reporters from national and regional television networks experienced hurricane-force winds firsthand.
The Clark School now offers a 16-credit minor in Global Engineering Leadership.
UMD researchers receive $1.5 M NSF grant to develop first-of-kind bioelectronics.
Chemical engineers pack more energy in same space for reliable battery.
Marccuss Hendricks is an assistant professor and affiliate of the Center for Disaster Resilience.
Novel Structure for Solid State Lithium-Ion Batteries
Pratik Gupta graduated from UMD's ENTS Program in 2006. Ten years later he founded Strom Motors, an electric car start-up based in Mumbai, India.
Chosen as best out of 107 papers published in 2017 in Science and Technology for the Built Environment
UMD researchers have demonstrated the first single-photon transistor using a semiconductor chip.
The Clark School mourns the recent loss of its leader and trailblazer, Marilyn Berman Pollans, on June 17.
The Clark School partnered with the National Society of Black Engineers to host the National Leadership Conference.
A team of 19 undergraduate students won first place for the RASC-AL theme category and second place in the overall competition.
Study published in Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters.
Milke was honored at the 2018 NFPA Conference in Las Vegas on June 12.
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.
A distinguished researcher and administrator, Professor Joseph JaJa will assume new role July 1.
The database will help state and local governments know when and how to best engage in P3s.
Researchers have synthesized a new cathode material from iron fluoride that surpasses the capacity limits of traditional lithium-ion batteries.
UMD chemist will direct two labs on nanoscale fabrication and characterization
The 14-person committee found that FAA overestimates the risks associated with drone operations.
Graduate students from 30 universities and 7 countries come to College Park.
UMD research paves the way for commercially viable safe batteries
Marccus Hendricks is an assistant professor in the School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation.
New research combines computer vision research, forensic science, and psychology.
While an undergraduate student, Hysler organized a Women in Engineering Day for local middle school girls.
Working together, the University of Maryland and IBM encourage students and faculty to think big and leverage technology.
Research collaboration sheds light on bacteria response to sugar metabolism
Radar systems featured in Northrop Grumman Sensing for Autonomous Vehicles Challenge.
The A. James Clark School of Engineering will have a significant presence at ASEE's Annual Conference in June.
Dr. Mote recognized for his dedication and commitment to ASME.
Jewell Lab review article featured as Nature Materials
How can engineers help combat oyster poaching threatening the Chesapeake Bay?
Method utilized to develop physics model for how NPs behave in electric fields under various conditions.
Gemstone Honors group explores biocompatible hydrogel fabrication for use at point of care.
The Oyster Boys Team built a dredge detection device that uses sensors to detect illegal dredging.
UMD research advances networked control and virtual reality for added safety.
Erich Meissner and his teammates win UMD's Pitch Dingman Competition and Do Good Challenge for their start-up, Symbiont Health.
A question and answer session with Quinn Kupec, an undergraduate researcher in Aerospace Engineering, who recently grabbed the attention of Elon Musk.
Alumnus creates the Rattan L. Khosa Graduate Endowed Scholarship in Structural Engineering.
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.
New research could help explain why nature still beats robots, and describes how machines might take the lead.
BIOE senior recognized for efforts to advance drug delivery research.
By funding these kinds of projects, DOE hopes to dramatically reduce the cost of solar energy.
Clark School professor is a member of a team that will research piezoelectric energetics.
Drs. Jewell, Scarcelli, and Jay were awarded a collective total of $5.4 million in NIH R01 funding this spring.
New blood pressure monitoring technologies could enhance accuracy and accessibility.
Never did alumnus Ryan Fisher imagine as a student that one competition would spark his career - yet it did.
The American Academy of Arts and Sciences is one of the nation's oldest and most reputable honorary societies.
Technica was founded at UMD in 2015 to provide support for stronger gender diversification in tech.
While many freshmen were acclimating to college life, a team of first-year students was adjusting to life as biotech inventors.
An electric vehicle charger innovation takes home top honors for Invention of Year.
Researchers revive an old chemistry with a new electrolyte.
BIOE Professor awarded one of the field's highest professional distinctions.
DURIP supports university research in technical areas of interest to the Department of Defense.
AASHTO members now have direct access to CATT Lab tools.
Students honored at the annual Engineering Honors and Awards Ceremony on April 11, 2018.
This paper published in PNAS
develops a signal processing framework for extracting dynamic functional networks from neuronal data at unprecedented resolutions.
Marcus, Fu, Simon and Babadi will build a scalable, risk-sensitive and real time optimization framework tailored to noninvasive neuroimaging data from the human brain.
Dr. Wen-An Chiou, director of the AIM Lab, selected as Microscopy Society of America Fellow
Forward-facing Invention of the Year nominee radically improves current software
Paper establishes formation of interdigitated polyelectrolytes brush bilayers even for weak interdigitation.
Junior bioengineering major Eric Wang
recognized for work in molecular dynamics.
The paper culminates a four-year collaboration among Clark School, IBBR and University of Maryland School of Medicine researchers.
University System of Maryland Momentum Fund makes $1.45 million investment in UMD-born aerospace startup company.
The Smart Tissue Autonomous Robot has performed better at cutting soft tissue and stitching it up than experienced surgeons.
Maryland's is among the first “core swarm sprints” projects awarded in DARPA’s OFFensive Swarm-Enabled Tactics (OFFSET) program.
The Maryland Transportation Institute will coordiate more than $20 million in annual research expenditures.
3-year appointment commences May 2018
Researchers are the first to create nanoscale particles composed of up to eight distinct elements generally known to be immiscible.
Merdon has overseen more than $11 billion in construction projects and programs over her 30-year career.
BIOE assistant professor recognized for efforts to develop new class of biotherapeutics.
BIOE Research Professor recognized for contributions to the University of Maryland School of Medicine.
Aerial maps created over a two week operation will guide recovery decisions.
Tests developed at KU Leuven and the University of Maryland could result in better diagnoses for patients with speech comprehension issues.
Among the nine 2017 Invention of the Year award nominees, six are led by or include Clark School researchers.
Ferrick will be recognized at the Clark School Honors and Awards Ceremony on April 11.
The Clark School is featuring our female engineering faculty members throughout March.
Immediate threat of cigarette alternatives comes from a battery problem called thermal runaway
UMD engineers create all-ceramic battery with long cycle life
Ioannis Demertzis is one of three doctoral students awarded a Symantec fellowship in 2018
UMD Energy Innovation Technologies dominate
Study will be in Collaboration with Baltimore-Based Pixelligent Technologies.
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The sophomore has jumped feet first into Clark School opportunities since transferring this semester.
The team is developing the world’s first wide-bandgap GaN-based modular Rectified Transformer Rectifier Units for commercial aircraft such as the Boeing 787.
The three-year project aims to improve water quality in critical waterways like the Chesapeake Bay and Puget Sound.
Clark School seniors encouraged to apply for Student Entrepreneurship Fellowship by Feb. 28.
It’s all about cleantech innovation and entrepreneurship
Announcing the Clark Opportunity Transfer Scholars Program for Maryland community college students.
UMD ChBE researchers develop a cluster of azo materials for use in alkali-ion batteries.
Discovery presents a significant step toward lower fuel cell costs and more sustainable energy.
Follow the UAS Test Site on Twitter for mission updates.
Two third-year pharmacy students recognized for proposal to track CAR T-cell therapy treatments.
Photonic chip guides single photons, even when there are bends in the road
A new process could make wood as strong as titanium alloy but lighter and cheaper
Regli, formerly of DARPA, is the sixth director of the Institute for Systems Research.
Researchers use an atomic force microscope to measure the Casimir force between two spheres.
UMD has hosted the service event for the last three years.
The brain encodes not only the acoustical properties of sounds, but also the behavioral meanings and decisions we make based on what we hear.
Faculty, staff, and students gave more than 50 presentations during the four-day event.
Two Clark School students have been named “Tomorrow’s Technology Leaders: The 20 Twenties” by The Aviation Week Network.
Their recommendation incorporates a coding sadbox, mentor training, and an introductory program.
Associate Professor Raymond Sedwick was recently interviewed by E&T
$100K grants promote energy innovation technology
New agreements enhance partnership between university and global company.
McAllister was also recently profiled in Fire Protection Engineering magazine.
UMD's Project Management Center for Excellence has been a major sponsor since 2016.
She is one of 13 participating scientists selected by NASA for its first asteroid sample return mission.
BIOE chair to serve as co-EIC of preeminent biomedical journal advancing the field of tissue engineering.
Three Clark School faculty members have been named to Clarivate Analytics' 2017 Highly Cited Researchers list.
The Keystone Professor continually recieves accolades from students both in and outside the classroom.
The operation is the highest altitude test conducted by the UAS Test Site since launching in 2015.
The final report is expected to be released in late 2018.
Award will go towards new equipment for shell recovery process improvement.
Avent oversees department administrative services.
Paul Gaske (B.S. ’76, electrical engineering) came by his lifetime love of learning honestly and early.
Their debut project aims to establish a communications relay to remotely control ground robots.
The prestigious awards are presented annually in recognition of outstanding work in the field of engineering.
The season was among the most active in records dating back to 1851.
The lecture will outline major water resources challenges and offer insight into potential solutions.
Findings were published by Richard Krupar III and others in the Australian Journal of Emergency Management.
Clark School postdoc receives international recognition for her contributions to transparent wood.
The event drew students from across the Maryland–DC–Virginia area to learn about and prepare for grad school.
'Flexible impedance sensor' can fit inside urinary catheters, monitor and treat biofilms.
BIOE assistant professor honored for tumor cell migration research.
Maryland Energy Innovation Institute announces seed grant opportunity
MF Fire, created by FPE Alumni Ryan Fisher and Taylor Myers, is the recipient.
Khaligh is the Director of the Maryland Power Electronics Laboratory (MPEL) and focuses his research on modeling, analysis, design, and control of power electronic converters.
Director Scassero can discuss UAS integration into national airspace and how the program could affect industry.
Dr. Gilmore (UMD '71) passed on October 9 of this year.
Provide guidance and insights for hardware and software projects
UN climate conference calls for publications
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.
Team of five undergraduate students scored highest amongst more than 500 teams
Team Maryland Wins Silver at the 2017 Solar Decathlon
Multidisciplinary research will examine strategies to improve communication challenges.
The largest investment in UMD history was announced October 4, 2017.
Low-cost, enviro-friendly devices use natural nanoengineering
Dr. James E. Hubbard, Jr. is one of seven 2017–18 Faculty Fellows of the Hagler Institute for Advanced Study.
Jack Poole, Principal at Poole Fire Protection, hopes to inspire future FPE grads.
Take a look inside reACT, UMD's entry in the U.S. Department of Energy's Solar Decathlon competition.
Building Together: An Investment for Maryland Will Transform UMD Through $219,486,000 Gift
OmniSpeech 'OmniClear' software reduces dynamic noise in communication devices.
Moving towards a more diverse and inclusive campus.
Findings could advance the design of hurricane-resistant structures.
Stretchable Silicon Photovoltaics is a new design for silicon solar cells.
The tour is one of several experiential learning strategies employed by Stephen Wooldridge.
The team received Best Paper in the scientific papers category for the North American region.
First university facility of its kind in D.C.-Maryland-Virginia region.
Bryant will also head the FPE High School Program this year.
Dr. Salamanca-Riba will help facilitate opportunities for advancement among University faculty members, especially under-represented groups.
UMD Loop was one of only six teams selected to complete an open air run in the Hyperloop tube.
Alumnus to join Innovation Hall of Fame roster in Nov. 27 ceremony.
National and local news outlets turned to University of Maryland engineers for their disaster expertise.
Making an impression, the University of Maryland took first place in both the graduate and undergraduate divisions.
Program designed and implemented by ChBE Lecturer, Deborah Goldberg.
"Synapto" awarded first place in 2017 NIH DEBUT Challenge
Marina Leite and her team offer insight into the future of solar cell technology.
Students compete in second SpaceX competition
Santos has been honored with numerous advising awards from the University System of Maryland and the Clark School.
View landscapes and research operations at three locations.
The duo were recognized for research on poultry house emissions.
Visiting Assistant Professor Mary Bowden became acting director of the Women in Engineering (WIE) program.
The Clark School is deploying teams of faculty, staff and students to experience the solar eclipse in-person.
The institute was created to turn research breakthroughs into commercial, clean energy solutions.
The NSF awards have been issued to U.S. cross-disciplinary teams to conduct innovative research focused on neural and cognitive systems.
Grant money will be used in research aimed at developing wild-fire suppression methods, and cleaner, more efficient internal combustion engines.
This mechanical engineering Terp launched an aerial photography business at 18.
One-of-a-kind device showcased for medical, scientific advances
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.
Twenty-six Chinese police college trainees saw a demonstration of the site's capabilities.
The system's modular nature makes it easier to meet data collection needs.
The Maryland native's interest in computer engineering began with Python.
The next round of flight testing is slated for the fall.
Mapistry software helps industrial facilities navigate stormwater regulations.
Her project could help in search and rescue missions.
One-of-a-kind device stores electrons
He will lead the program with mechanical engineering professor Jungho Kim.
Dr. Christopher Jewell named associate professor with tenure, effective July 1.
Regli, an ISR alumnus, will begin his appointment in January 2018.
UMD research team All-Terrain Cyclocopter was highlighted in Vertiflite
magazine for its cyclocopter design.
Stacy Welch ('97) has recently been promoted to Vice President of Fire & Life Safety at Marriott International, Inc.
His work will help improve emergency management and financial risk decision making.
BIOE chair and postdoc featured in June 20th edition of On the Record
Award will be presented at the 232nd ECS Meeting in October.
Revolutionary Aerospace Systems Concepts – Academic Linkages (RASC-AL) Space Design Competition
The evaporator uses solar energy to efficiently purify water.
reACT will make its competition debut in October.
Multiple FPE researchers recognized at international fire conference in Sweden.
Yu develops sensors useful in a variety of robotics applications.
The Terrapin Sheriffs was one of three international teams selected to participate.
Jeffrey Klauda's team uses computer simulation of soybean plasma membrane to further understand molecular behavior.
Long-term Ghodssi-Culver partnership has used the Tobacco mosaic virus as a biological nanoscaffold for groundbreaking devices.
Effective July 1, Sheryl Ehrman will depart for San Jose State University.
BIOE Ph.D. student recognized for efforts to develop therapies for diseases of the central nervous system.
Engineering students from ChBE, MSE and BIOE presented their research at the Clark School's 2017 ResearchFest.
Clark School's Functional Macromolecular Lab allows students to mold new ideas
Jewell Lab members use quantum dots to define density of self-antigen display.
BIOE graduate student recognized for design of multivalent protein therapeutics to target various cancers.
Briskman received the award for his outstanding contribution during the course of his career to the progress of astronautics within the framework of the IAF activities.
Fire Protection Engineering research will further understanding of combustion and pollutants.
UMD's Institute for Bioscience & Biotechnology Research awarded two $115,000 grants.
When Murdock first started in the Dept. of Fire Protection Engineering, she moved into a nearby firehouse.
Thomas E. Murphy Reappointed as Director of IREAP
Electrochemical Society honors UMD's Eric Wacshman
The former Grossmont Community College student was drawn to UMD by its laboratory resources and regional partnerships.
What if we told you that wood can be used to make a smart window that is more energy efficient than glass?
highlights University of Maryland alum’s latest efforts to program E.coli
to combat infections.
The medal is given "for exceptional achievement in systems engineering and systems science."
When Jones joined the Clark School as a Ph.D. student, he already was a Captain in the U.S. Air Force.
He will be recognized at the 2017 Clark School of Engineering Commencement on May 20.
The division develops resources for improving the hazard resilience of civil infrastructure and lifeline systems.
Three students from UMD's Solar Decathlon team attended the first Earth Optimism Summit.
Assistant Professor Axel Krieger joins the department from the Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation at Children’s National.
Where is she now? An update on Helen Lan, featured on the spring 2015 cover of E@M
Team leads reviewed the architecture, power, living systems, water, automation, and heating/air conditioning components of the house.
Meet the 2017 winners of the departmental M.S. and Ph.D. awards.
Ph.D. student Lisa Tostanoski recognized with Lemelson-MIT Student Prize
The high school senior hopes to get a degree in aerospace engineering before joining the Navy.
Aerospace Engineering Students take top spots in undergraduate categories.
Sixty-nine Clark School students were acknowledged for their contributions and accomplishments.
Akshit Markan will be honored at the UMD Graduate School Fellowship and Awards Celebration on May 11th.
Students swept the best poster competition and earned first place in the presentation competition.
Sophomore Aerospace Honors student Noah Jarrah awarded 2017 UMD Libraries Award.
Raquel Hakes will use the fellowship to focus on her wildfire research.
Ehrman has accepted the position of Don Beall Dean of the Davidson College of Engineering.
A record number of attendees made the 2017 meeting the most successful in its history.
UMD is one of the top universities represented among the highly competitive grants awarded this year.
Ezinne Achinivu will focus her research on the development of biomass processing in Riems, France, beginning in June.
This year's theme focused on energy storage - pervasive message that we should promote and advocate for scientists and the science.
Mechanical Engineering sophomore Hoang Nguyen receives national award to study abroad in Korea.
Mechanical Engineering undergrad Aaman Mengis received a 2017 ASPIRE Outstanding Student Research Award.
FPE Chair and undergraduate students interviewed by WUSA9 reporter on the topic of wildland fire phenomenon.
Genisphere LLC, University of Maryland sign collaborative research agreement through BIOE's Dr. Sivlia Muro.
Zhang be honored at the 12th International Symposium on Fire Safety Science this summer.
The Women in Engineering program hosted an admitted students reception on March 29, 2017.
P. S. Krishnaprasad and alumnus Matteo Mischiati devise a new fiber bundle structure to describe the changing forms of flocks and underlying kinematic modes.
Following competition, UMD Loop showcases work with area organizations and recieves recognition as innovative student group.
UMD students took first in Technical Design at the U.S. Department of Energy Collegiate Wind Competition.
The competition was organized by UMD's student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Award will allow Hiebert to extend her work at the Museum Conservation Institute.
A total of 200 hacks were submitted by students this year-the most in Bitcamp history.
Senior Patrick Washington Receives National Defense Science & Engineering Graduate Fellowship
Swann will be honored at the 12th International Symposium on Fire Safety Science this summer.
Yifei Mo and team push development of high-energy rechargeable lithium batteries.
Hu, Das flow water through wood in new use of natural materials
Drs. Peter Sunderland and Michael Gollner will be promoted, effective August 1.
Undergrads Madeline Caracappa and Haley Patel recognized as 2017-2018 ARCS Scholars.
Clark School students make a commitment to integrity and responsibility in the engineering profession.
Livingston aims to advance drug delivery methods.
College Park-area commuters are advised to budget an extra 5-10 minutes April 15–29.
Participants included researchers from 10 colleges and 15 research centers.
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
Solar Decathlon is a biennial competition that challenges students to design and build a house powered entirely by the sun.
Frizzell, Kaptui Sipowa, McCullum and Shannon receive awards to support research efforts.
ChBE Ph.D. Student, Chen Gong, is one of three students to receive the 2017 Harry K. Wells Graduate Fellowships from the Clark School of Engineering.
The DREAM (Developing Revolutionary Engineers and Mentors) Conference celebrated its ninth year on February 25, 2017.
UMD has developed additive manufacturing programs designed for working engineers and technical professionals.
Project will design new frameworks, protocols that can provide security & privacy to common cloud applications
Marina Leite and her team of researchers tackle hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites based on methylammonium lead.
UMD Invention Has Potential to Cut Energy Costs in Residential and Large Building AC
BIOE's Silvina Matysiak explores how molecular behavior dictates macroscopic-scale properties of systems.
Robert E. Fischell Institute for Biomedical Devices, RTI International draw capacity crowd to March 7th
A UMD team won first place in the national Deloitte Consulting Undergraduate Case Study Competition.
Director of the Design ME Suite here at UMD, Schmidt researches design theory, education and process.
Senior Research Engineer Sandra Knight says community relocation doesn't have to mean loss.
This year's Alumni Cup celebrated its sixth year with a unique challenge.
Tandon is an assistant professor at the University of Arizona.
Dr. Cohen is one of the true pioneering women in academic STEM fields.
The UMDLoop team won the Performance and Operations Award at the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition.
Sarah Bergbreiter, microroboticist, engineers robotic systems down to sub-millimeter size scales.
UMERC is a multidisciplinary initiative dedicated to advancing the frontiers of energy science and technology.
UMERC is a multidisciplinary initiative dedicated to advancing the frontiers of energy science and technology.
ChBE Associate Professor Akua Asa-Awuku is exploring aerosols and the impact they have on human health and the environment.
Researchers will develop tools/strategies that encourage software developers to write more secure code
Dr. Abshire took part in a live segment of "Science Goes to the Movies" in 2016.
Bowden inspires students, recognized with WIA 2016 Aerospace Educator Award.
NEES PI helps make new organic artificial synapse
Engineers at UMD make all-wood supercapacitor
The project marks the first time a UAS Test Site operator has flown using only instrumentation and cameras.
The Department provided a training course to Bangladesh engineers in an effort to extinguish factory fires that have become all too common.
Please join us, March 10-12, for a weekend of celebratory activities!
Aerospace Engineering alumnus inducted into NAE for contributions to contributions to hypersonic technology.
Blood test could help doctors more quickly diagnose schizophrenia and other disorders.
National Space Club and Foundations selects UMD undergrad to give keynote at 2017 Goddard Memorial Dinner.
Research sheds light on behavior of liquid drops on soft and charged elastic surfaces.
Placed in the top five for overall pod design.
Dr. Harry E. Hickey passed this morning after battling Alzheimer's.
New Program Designed to Educate Working Engineers in the Reliable Integration and Packaging of Electronics
UMD team competes in first ever hyperloop pod competition.
Free, Kumar, Ng and Weinstein recognized as tomorrow’s engineering leaders.
International Association of Fire Safety Science will present Michael Gollner with an early career award at this summer's meeting.
Research will create jobs, make industrial robotics more affordable, adaptable and useful for U.S. aerospace, automotive, electronics, fulfillment and logistics industries.
The CEE professor will serve as treasurer through 2019.
Tactile sensor research by UMD alumni Alexi Charalambides (Ph.D. '16) and Professor Sarah Bergbreiter featured on Advanced Materials Technology
Created for the Howard County Public School System in Maryland, UMD's bus system optimization tool is potentially applicable to most school systems
BIOE assistant professor Chris Jewell leads effort to use nanotechnology to treat MS.
UMD alumna and NASA astronaut Jeanette Epps makes history as first African-American ISS crew member.
System holds promise for study of biological systems, biosensors and bio-hybrid devices.
Small defects can make whole materials frustrated.
The PECASE is the highest federal government honor for science and engineering professionals in the early stages of their careers.
UMERC Prof. Leite paper is the cover publication on January 2017 issue of Advanced Optical Materials
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has announced $7.5 million in funding to create the Green Energy Institute.
Sienna Fink of Essex, MD, conducted her own fire experiments and won a national competition.
Dr. Liu received the award for exemplary service to and leadership in the Signal Processing Society.
Adam Behrens (BIOE, Ph.D. '15; ChBE, B.S. '10) recognized for work in vaccine and diagnostic testing development.
Clark School researchers are developing game-changing solid-state battery technology
New research published in Nature's Scientific Reports
could provide a non-invasive and cost effective means to better measure cardiovascular health.
IEEE Control Systems Society prize recognizes distinguished contributions to control systems science or engineering.
Two UMD Aerospace Engineering student teams selected as finalists in NASA's BIG Idea Challenge.
Increasing the quantity and quality of underrepresented minority students in STEM.
Grant marks more than $30,000 in student-awarded grants given through landmark engineering philanthropy course.
Two B.S. 2014 UMD aerospace engineering alums, Cory Frontin and Spencer Stebbins, receive NASA fellowships.
Department of Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor Siddhartha Das mentors grant winning Team BACTERIA.
Engineering for Social Change course offers students unique opportunity to effect change in their local community.
Aerospace Engineering Associate Professor Raymond Sedwick recognized for contributions to his field, the school, and his students.
Understanding response dynamics of startled fish reveals how orientation within the group effects escape chances, may offer insights into emergency response planning.
Students at UMD and UMB are invited to participate in the 2017 annual regulatory science competition.
BIOE, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, University of Maryland School of Medicine, and others collaborate in the name of human health innovation.
Department of Mechanical Engineering Distinguished University Professor Ashwani Gupta named AAAS Fellow.
The legacy of A. James Clark, eponym of the Clark School, lives on in the spirit of alumni whose generosity continues to support the foundation he built.
The Engineering for Social Change class introduces young engineers to the ideas of social change and social entrepreneurship.
$100,000 gift establishes Rajan and Sandhya Mittu InTerp Suite.
Aerospace Engineering Department Chair recognized for community outreach and engagement.
Technica diverges from the typical hackathon as it encourages gender diversification
Hyperloop team members present at the PLM Connections Conference.
Applications now being accepted for summer 2017 bioinspired robotics Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program.
Hugh Bruck and Sarah Bergbreiter are leading the NSF-funded Research Experiences for Undergraduates program.
CBS featured UMD innovative energy research on its national morning news show.
OrionAST sponsors second workshop to connect academia, industry and government to address critical issues in orbital debris policy, management and mitigation.
This weekend, the University of Maryland will host an anticipated 800 women for Technica.
UMD Tests Communications Systems in Real Time with First Responders
Museum to use donations for educational programs to inspire and teach the next generation.
Associate Professor Silvia Muro (Joint, IBBR) and fellow UMD researchers are working to improve oral drug delivery to targets by protecting against the effects of gastric conditions.
UMD neuroscience research shows older adults’ brain processing contributes to diminished speech comprehension, even with normal hearing.
UMD is one of seven lead universities in NSF’s I-Corps ecosystem.
Baras created algorithms and protocols by which Internet services can be delivered over satellite.
Mimi Hiebert first became fascinated with studying and preserving antiquities thanks to an Egyptian mummy named “Tia.”
Watch the video from Capital News Service.
We are on the verge of a new technological revolution.
Mechanical engineering senior student Brett Potter set out to fix the most nagging problems of consumer 3-D printers.
The story of Diamondback Brewing begins a short stroll from the University of Maryland campus.
Glenn L. Martin Professor of Engineering Gerry Galloway Featured on KCRW's To the Point
CEE researchers use cutting-edge technology to collect travel behavior data.
Prof. Milchberg and Prof. Khaligh are the 2016 Senior and Junior Faculty Outstanding Research Award recipients for their exceptional and highly influential research accomplishments
Yorke, Ott, Grebogi named top contenders for Nobel Prize in physics for developing method to control chaos
CEE faculty partner with Congresswoman Holmes Norton to emphasize importance of resilience in the nation's capital.
Jewell Research Lab Publishes Findings in Cell Reports
A $100,000 gift from Siemens, matched by a gift from Bill Koffel, has helped the department raise $2,500,000 towards its endowed Clinical Professor fund.
Chellappa to be honored by the IISc on Sept. 11
3D ring structures made by high-intensity lasers could aid the design of powerful microscopes and more efficient telecommunication lines
Annual Symposium held on September 2, 2016 showcases extraordinary student work
The Washington Post profiles Timothy Koeth's efforts to help students build a cyclotron.
Solar Gamera Team Achieves 9-Second Solar-Powered Helicopter Flight
Fischell Dept. of Bioengineering founding chair recognized with university's highest academic honor conferred upon faculty.
Chellappa recognized for the IEEE Biometrics Council Leadership Award at the IEEE 8th International Conference
In 2016, four of the 10 Distinguished University Professors named by the University of Maryland are Clark School professors.
First-of-its-Kind Flight Across the Chesapeake Bay
Prof. Marina Leite recieves this year’s Ovshinsky Sustainable Energy Fellowship from the American Physical Society.
On August 24 and 25, follow @UMDWIE for insider tweets at UN Women!
Election to 2016 BMES Class of Fellows marks milestone for Fischell Department of Bioengineering.
BIOE Professor and Associate Dean Peter Kofinas receives R01 for innovative surgical sealant and application technique research.
The Department of Energy awards UMD research on safer, better Lithium-ion battery technology as part of a $137 million investment in vehicle efficiency.
A study by engineers at the University of Maryland shows that natural microstructures in transparent wood are the key to lighting & insulation advantages.
New symposia series jointly organized by ISR and Technische Universität München’s Institute for Advanced Study.
BIOE associate chair and director of undergraduate studies honored during 21st
Annual Undergraduate Studies Advising Conference.
Aerospace engineering grad student's take first with unmanned disaster relief delivery vehicle, Halcyon
A team of researchers in the A. James Clark School of Engineering say their discovery of a type of fire tornado they call a blue whirl could lead to beneficial new approaches in reduced carbon emissions and improved oil spill cleanup.
New research published in Scientific Reports
could lead to improving non-invasive cardiovascular health monitoring.
Clark School researchers describe a previously unobserved flame phenomenon in a new peer-reviewed paper.
Assistant Professor Monifa Vaughn-Cooke participates in panel, students demo evolving medical applications of VR simulations.
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation awards Prof. Jewell $500,000 grant to study vaccine for diabetes.
Choi, Wereley and Xie explore sedimentation of MRFs in a vertical column.
University of Maryland Electrochemical Society Students win Student Chapter Award for the fourth year in a row.
FPE Assistant Director Nicole Hollywood Issues Video Challenge to Dept. Alumni.
FPE Professor & Chair James Milke is the 2016 Guise Medal Recipient.
UMD's International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) team hosts Launch UMD campaign to fight global warming.
The Clark School's Flexus Community was honored with a Women in Engineering Initiative Award.
Research coauthored by Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor Siddhartha Das is profiled in The New York Times.
200 scientists and students attend bi-annual nanoscience conference at UMD
UMD UAS Test Site director explains why UAS ruling could be "hugely significant."
The story "This robot follows you around and blasts you with air conditioning" ran in The Washington Post on June 30, 2016.
BIOE Assistant Professor Awarded $1 Million NIH National Cancer Institute Grant
Affordable RT-PCR for clinical diagnostics, fear mitigation device for pediatric MRIs tie for first place.
National Fire Protection Association recognizes UMD Fire Protection Engineering research team with 2016 Fire Protection Research Foundation Medal.
University of Maryland offers reporters the chance to experience hurricane-force winds firsthand.
UMD researchers are developing safer, high performing Li-Ion batteries
UMD hosted a demonstration of the Project Lifesaver/Lockheed Martin Indago UAV system for representatives from nine public safety organizations.
ASME award recognizes meritorious service in the advancement of aeronautics and astronautics.
First safety surge poses minimal effects on area traffic, measurable crowding on Metrorail
Team places first in races and the design category, and second in the product display category.
UMD experts are using transportation modeling and simulation technologies to help commuters make informed decisions.
spotlights Bergbreiter and St. Pierre's work on "the tiniest little quadruped robot ever seen."
Faculty development workshop helped mid-career STEM academics develop knowledge, skills, strategies and critical networks.
UMD Alum, BioE Professor of Practice to Receive White House Honor
FPE Assistant Professor Michael Gollner recreates parts of the Fort McMurray blaze.
Seven UMD students place in AIAA's 2016 Region I Student Conference paper competition.
Scientists are the first to create a 3D bioprinted placenta model and use it to study preeclampsia, a life-threatening pregnancy complication.
Look Through Wood, No X-Ray Vision Required
Aerospace Engineering senior Oyinkansola Elizabeth Olusola-Ajayi student speaker for the Clark School of Engineering's Spring 2016 Commencement Ceremony.
Northrop Grumman Technology Services VP and President Dr. Christopher T. Jones (Ph.D. '97) to speak at Clark School Spring 2016 Commencement Ceremony.
A team of researchers at UMD, ARL, and colleagues have developed a battery that is at once safer, cheaper, more environmentally friendly, and more powerful - by adding a pinch of salt.
Alumni Jones, Van Buiten, Van Wie, Wang and Weber inducted to department's Academy of Distinguished Alumni.
Transparent wood made at UMD could create new windows, cars and solar panels
Dr. Tracy, Chief Technical Officer of Boeing, visited campus on February 2nd.
UMD Researchers' 'HyperFace' Algorithm Nominated for Invention of the Year
UMD-headquartered project uses nanoslits to control light
The National Transportation Center at Maryland hosts nearly 200 transportation experts for innovation and policy summit.
Scientists at the University of Maryland (UMD) have developed a novel method for altering the light reflected or absorbed by a material by match-making combinations of gold, silver, and copper into various mixtures of metals, or alloys.
The Distinguished Scholar-Teacher Program honors members of UMD faculty who have demonstrated outstanding scholarly achievements along with equally outstanding accomplishments as teachers.
AHS International awarded six UMD faculty, students and alumni this spring for their contributions in rotorcraft research.
Students Brown and Free, and alumni Mills awarded National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.
University System of Maryland award recognizes Kim for his contributions to teaching.
The research will aim to protect against a new type of continuous computer hacking attack, known as advanced persistent threats.
UMD undergraduate student one of 2,000 award recipients for the 2016 competition.
Kim named one of 13 exceptional corporate and civic leaders to the Horatio Alger Member Class of 2016
Campus inventors to be honored at Celebration of Innovation and Partnerships
Student Teams Build, Battle Robots to Secure Spot in International Championship
Professor Hugh Bruck
named one of six Distinguished Scholar-Teachers for the 2016-2017 school year.
UMD is one of five institutions with all four nominees named scholars
SecondWrite develops software to combat evasive malware
The Clark School hosted A Day of Inclusive Excellence in late March 2016.
The "20 Twenties Award" was Sponsored by Aviation Week and AIAA
Polymer solid electrolyte could make batteries safer, smaller, and less expensive
Chang, Fu, Hu and Marcus developed ideas at the core of the system that defeated Go master Lee Se-Dol in early March.
Liangbing Hu and Jeremy Munday win the 2016 Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award.
UMD researchers showcase transformative energy research at ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit
Qiu wins award for experimental design and model reduction in systems biology.
Five projects selected for inaugural round of funding.
New technique offers cost effective alternative to traditional microfabrication approaches.
Aerospace Engineering faculty member awarded U.S. government's highest honor for early-career science and engineering professionals.
CEE Associate Professor and NTC@Maryland Director recognized for influential scientific and scholarly work.
Teams will be competing for $2 million in prize money
Joins 23 other Clark-affiliated faculty
Applications for three-credit technical electives due March 1, 2016.
UMD led team aims to build cutting edge prototype for the next generation of transportation.
Qu and research team will study the use of Silicon Physical Unclonable Functions (PUFs) as an entropy source.
Dr. Adly leads research efforts in new position at Cairo University.
Ph.D. student Shayandev Sinha selected for 2015-2016 ASME-IPTI Collegiate Council.
Nearly 500 Project Management Volunteers to Provide Guidance for Nonprofits, Social Change Organizations
Professor and Former UMD President C. D. Mote Jr. Named Member of CAE.
Microrobotics expert brings both research expertise and leadership accomplishments to position.
NASA recognizes Aerospace Engineering graduate student Syed Hasan for outstanding mission contributions.
Aerospace Engineering Professor recognized for contributions to the field of smart structures and materials.
Inductees recognized for prolific spirit of innovation.
She was the first African-American woman to earn a doctorate in electrical engineering at MIT.
New UMD imaging technique could yield more efficient solar cells
Mechanical Engineering senior Greg Holland will deliver Clark School Winter Commencement
Researchers Make Breakthrough Discovery in Graphene Research
Combinatorial materials discovery will aid spintronic device development
Exemplary service and leadership garner IEEE award for Clark School Professor.
Fourth Annual MC2 Symposium on Dec. 7 will explore cutting-edge cybersecurity research
Greatest potential uses seen in safety-critical, automotive and grid-storage applications
Graduate student Guang Chen selected for a 2015-2016 Northrop Grumman fellowship.
New research at the University of Maryland provides insights to some of the mechanical properties behind aortic dissection.
UMD's ChemE team topped eight competitor teams in the AIChE national Jeopardy competition.
Fischell Department of Bioengineering researchers awarded $599,000 grant from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Proposals for the 2016 Wells and Hulka Graduate Student Fellowships will be accepted until January 14th.
UMD team beats out six other schools with their winning thermal connector prototype.
Aerospace Engineering Alumni Christopher T. Jones (Ph.D. '97) named 2016 Black Engineer of the Year Award by Black Engineer
Aerospace Engineering Students Ganesh Raghunath and Gary Wolf selected as SAMPE 2015 Dallas finalists.
Members of the 2017 Gemstone Honors class launch campaign to increase the strength and biocompatibility of vascular grafts.
Shows "promise [for] significant and lasting impact" in nanoscience
Professor Bongtae Han named 2016 recipient of ASME's Electronic & Photonic Packaging Division Mechanics Award.
Glenn L. Martin Institute Professor of Engineering Gerry Galloway was elected a member of the 2015 NAC class.
Mechanical Engineering Associate Professor Teng Li receives 2016 SES Young Investigator Medal.
names UMD a Top 25 School for Entrepreneurship Studies.
ECE professor JaJa on steering committee to pair experts with government and industry to maximize big data's positive impact.
Dr. John P. Fisher to succeed Dr. William E. Bentley as department chair, effective Jan. 4, 2016.
MF Fire introduces Mulciber, a new energy-efficient and clean-burning wood stove.
Drs. Peter Sunderland and Vivien Lecoustre lead Investigation of Energy Produced by Potential Ignition Sources in Residential Application.
Best practices, success stories shared at Capitol Hill event.
Papamanthou receives award to develop new algorithms for searchable encryption
Aerospace Engineering graduate student Sylvie DeLaHunt recognized by ASEE for her essay “Overcoming obstacles and creating positive change."
UMD research awards are part of the NSF’s Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace (SaTC) program
Aerospace Engineering graduate students Brett Barkley and Sean Hersey receive 2015-2016 L-3 Scholarships.
Chemical engineering senior receives award.
Aerospace Engineering senior Rosie Weinstein named Philip Merrill Scholar.
Program, now in eight year, spurs inter-campus research collaboration
CEE Professor Gregory Baecher recognized for contributions to geotechnical risk and reliability research.
Alumna Naomi Leonard to be inducted into Innovation Hall of Fame on Nov. 9.
Mechanical Engineering seniors Ryan Chow and Sarah Niezelski selected as 2015-2016 scholars.
Attracting mid- to large-sized medical device companies through established innovation hubs is the biggest key to growing Baltimore into a major medical device technology sector
UMD student researchers recognized for innovative approach to accelerate construction of biodesigns.
University of Maryland Celebrates 50th
Launch of the Maryland Space Grant Consortium Balloon Payload Program
BioE Asst. Prof. Giuliano Scarcelli published in Nature Methods
Results of Dr. Wachsman’s research highlighted in NATURE, an international weekly journal of science.
Yi programs a KUKA industrial robot to dance with humans in his work.
The University of Maryland welcomes Dr. Olivier Bauchau as the
first Igor Sikorsky Distinguished Professor in Rotorcraft.
Cyber Physical System development was supported by the Chief Donald J. Burns Memorial Research Grant.
Award supports new research on high efficiency solar-powered cooling systems.
Frederick Mowrer to receive the 2015 John L. Bryan Mentor Award from SFPE.
Papamanthou will use NSF grant to make advanced data structures more secure
Five students and one advisor traveled to Ghana for EWB-UMD’s project implementation trip.
Katz, Papamanthou and Dachman-Soled will collaborate with NIST on post-quantum cryptography project
BioE graduate student recognized for efforts to develop novel molecular engineering approach to breast and ovarian cancer therapy.
Fischell Family Distinguished Professor Named Fulbright Scholar
Former ISR postdoc will join the Dept. of Biomedical Engineering.
Professor honored for efforts to increase student diversity in STEM majors.
Professor honored for efforts to increase student diversity in STEM majors.
UMD has most active ARPA-E awards among all U.S. universities.
Mechanical Engineering graduate students Mohamed Beshr and Radia Eldeeb awarded 2015 GDF-Suez Chuck Edwards Memorial Fellowships.
University of Maryland Electrochemical Society Students win Student Chapter Award for the third year in a row.
NSF funds innovative interdisciplinary research for Khaligh and McCluskey
Clark School's undergraduate programs ranked No. 12 among public universities.
CredentialED, launched by Prof. Leigh Abts, offers MyDesign app for students.
FPE joins consortium of the International Master of Science in Fire Safety Engineering.
RoboSAM can assess its situation and call a human for help before making a mess.
Ephremides is co-PI on half-million dollar, three year grant
Professors Bruck and Herrmann nominated as AGEP PROMISE Outstanding Faculty Mentors.
Distinguished University Professor Ashwani Gupta receives 2015 Ralph Coats Roe Award at ASEE annual conference.
Aerospace Engineering Assistant Professor Anya Jones named AIAA Associate Fellow.
Mechanical Engineering Professor Elisabeth Smela Named University of Maryland ADVANCE Professor
BioE Associate Professor Yu Chen receives $1.29M NIH R01 grant to develop system to quantitatively image 3D cell behavior.
Can nanostructured solar cells exceed the Shockley-Queisser limit?
Keystone Professor William Fourney Receives SEM C.E. (Chuck) Taylor Award.
Five-year, $650,000 NSF CAREER Award to support neurodegenerative disease research.
Team develops authentication system for both fingerprint and sensor on mobile device.
Maryland team lands first place in American Helicopter Society's 32nd
Annual Student Design Competition.
Optimized Thermal Systems provides engineering consulting for HVAC&R systems.
ECE professor to develop reconfigurable solar sails
Google awards research grant to Papamanthou for his research in navigating e-mail encryption.
Han and colleagues receive the Outstanding Paper Award at the 16th International Conference on Electronic Packaging Technology.
UMD researchers receive award for the tri-generation of heat, power, and potable water from waste.
UMD researchers awarded NASA funding for advanced energy storage technology
Prolific Researcher Recognized for Exceptional Teaching and Mentoring
Graduate students Allison Porter (Aerospace Engineering) and David Squiller (Mechanical Engineering) placed second and third at 2015 NASA TFAW poster session.
Experts gathered to discuss UAVs in an event hosted by the Clark School on July 16.
NTC@Maryland to develop technology to deliver personalized, real-time travel information to users and incentivize energy-efficient travel.
Mechanical Engineering Professor Michael Ohadi recently received the ASHRAE E.K. Campbell Award of Merit.
Khaligh and his collaborators also won this award in 2012 and 2013.
Jie Chen recognized for outstanding scholarship and substantial contributions to the scientific community.
New work published in Nature Communications
could improve applications from cancer therapies and contact lenses to 3-D printing and mayonnaise.
Ghodssi is also a Fellow of IEEE and AVS.
Report highlights how CATT Lab is using visualization tools to help authorities manage and respond to traffic incidents.
Findings may impact firefighting strategy, safety, effectiveness
Diagnostic anSERS Inc. awarded $150,000 NSF grant to develop paper-based test to identify drivers under the influence of illegal drugs.
The University of Maryland Center for Young Children (CYC) Tour UMERC
New material described in ACS Nano,
featured in Nanowerk
CEE to redesign virtual and physical infrastructure engineering laboratories.
DOE Selects Maryland Research Projects to Advance Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Technology
Xu’s research interests lie in control and dynamical systems and formal methods with applications in autonomy, cyberphysical systems, and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
Gollner group at the forefront of a mostly unexplored field of research.
Papamanthou leads team of MC2 Researchers on Verifiable Computing Project
Aerospace Engineering Department Chair Norman Wereley recognized for his commitment to supporting and forwarding the AIAA National Capital Section.
The smaller the cellulose fibers, the stronger and tougher the paper they make, to UMD researchers’ surprise
July 16 deadline to identify nanoscience issues
“Junior fire protection engineers” learn about fire phenomena, core strategies in new student-run program.
Appointment effective July 1.
The Clark School welcomes Ryan D. Sochol as assistant professor in Mechanical Engineering.
Professor Michael Pecht awarded the 2016 IEEE Components, Packaging and Manufacturing Technology Award.
Professor Robert M. Briber named Clark School Associate Dean for Research.
Members of the Jewell Research Laboratory publish ACS Nano paper on rationally designed vaccines that promote tunable immune responses.
Aerospace engineering students design winning concept for a Mars settlement and lunar refueling station.
Liz Goldwasser (B.S., '03) recognized for outstanding service and leadership to the University of Maryland and Clark School of 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).
Clark School, AOSC Experts Caution, "It Only Takes One Storm"
Better electronics and nanoscience possible using common cleaner
Citation reads: "For outstanding leadership in microsystems technology achieved by combining knowledge of materials and processing, innovative device concepts, and diverse applications."
Laurence, Hubbard and Yu receive over $1.2 million in combined funding through the Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP).
Anodes with layer of alumina resist corrosion and cycle well
UMD Represented on 6 of 22 Teams Awarded University Research Initiative Grants by the Department of Defense
DURIP grant funds new instrumentation in Combinatorial Synthesis Lab.
The Maryland Incubator Company of the Year Awards Best Environmental/Energy Company to Redox Power Systems.
UMD wins one of six computational design toolkits from ASM International.
University of Maryland offers reporters chance to experience first-hand what hurricane winds really feel like.
Printed transparent conductors are the first to use sodium ions embedded in reduced graphene oxide to boost performance.
First-year CEE Ph.D. student receives prestigious three-year fellowship.
“Planning for Automated Optical Micromanipulation of Biological Cells” describes optical tweezers research.
CEE’s Schneider earns second place in technical paper competition.
Schwarm wins DOE fellowship to study changes in the properties of stainless steel.
Sponsorship helps strengthen Fire Protection Engineering's undergraduate curriculum.
Invention, described in Science,
could be used to create biomedical implants, more.
Aerospace Engineering graduate students Camli Badrya, Elaine Petro and Elena Shrestha receive Zonta International Amelia Earhart Fellowships.
Aerospace engineering Ph.D. student Robert Fievisohn recognized with AIAA graduate award.
Graduate students Dylan Carter and Anthony DeCicco awarded NASA Space Technology Research Fellowships.
Aerospace graduate student Nathan Shumway win National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship.
Student team led by Associate Professor Bao Yang wins UMD Sustainability Grant.
Mechanical Engineering Professor Jaydev Desai named ASME Fellow.
Aerospace Engineering Samuel P. Langley Distinguished Professor James E. Hubbard, Jr. named an ASME Fellow.
ECE professor was one of two nominees from the University of Maryland.
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.
Discovery Sheds New Light on 175-year-old Principle
Winners of the 2015 Dean's Student Research Awards have been announced.
Mechanical Engineering senior Abisola Kusimo will deliver Clark School Spring Commencement
Minta Martin Professor Amr Baz recognized with both a Distinguished Scholar-Teacher Award and the Poole and Kent Teaching Award for Senior Faculty.
The Office of Naval Research awarded Hafezi for three years in support of his research on nanostructures.
Engineering Students Award $10K to FRESHFARM Markets for their FoodPrints Program
CEE researchers host "Building Blocks for a National Resilience Scorecard" workshop.
Alumna Christine Ikeda receives $510,000 grant to improve high-speed watercraft designs that reduce weight and improve efficiency.
Program supports students interested in environmental research.
CEO of Baltimore Gas and Electric Company to speak on May 22.
CEE Professor recognized for lifetime achievement in the field of hydrologic engineering.
Three Clark School innovations win UMD Invention of the Year Awards
New study sees steep rise in ethane accompanying the rise in fracking.
Revolutionary material could create safer, simpler and more efficient all-in-one batteries
Innovation developed by McCluskey offers potential application in aviation, space exploration, and hybrid electric vehicles
Award given for commercial potential of dental nanoparticle therapy technology.
UMD home to Big Ten's first large-scale 3-D printing MakerBot Innovation Center.
Jiayu Wan wins Materials Research Society’s Science-As-Art competition.
Award supports graduate student’s study of printed and flexible electronics and batteries.
Interdisciplinary team recognized for UMD Memorial Chapel site proposal.
Mechanical Engineering Associate Professor Jeffrey Herrmann promoted to Professor.
AIChE welcomes more than 300 chemical engineering students from more than two dozen schools.
Aerospace Engineering senior Hannah Spooner wins in 2015 Winston Family Best Honors Student Paper Awards.
Aerospace Engineering Associate Professor James Baeder promoted to rank of Professor.
Four materials science students receive Honorable Mentions.
Dorsey and Tesfaye win fellowships; alumnus receives Honorable Mention.
UMD award supports grad student's work in advanced microscopy.
Robo Raven on Display at a Major International Design Exhibit in France
University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University bioengineering students celebrate research undertakings.
Teaming with UMD and NIST, the Army Research Laboratory launches its center for research in advanced battery materials.
Invention offers security, forensic, and historic preservation applications
Graduate student Frank VanGessel selected to attend Los Alamos National Laboratory's
Computational Physics Student Summer Workshop.
FPE faculty member elevated to rank of Associate Professor with tenure.
National Science Foundation awards aerospace engineering grad student Elena Shrestha 2015 NSF Graduate Fellowship Award.
Aerospace engineering grad student receives 2015-2016 Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Foundation (ARCS) Scholarship
Research team led by Rubloff and Lee develops battery using optimized nanostructure design
Mechanical Engineering Associate Professor Jeffrey Herrmann publishes new book, Engineering Decision Making and Risk Management.
Mechanical Engineering Professor Peter Bernard publishes new book, Fluid Dynamics.
Research provides new insights on effects of electrostatic charge & pH on virus biophysics and virus/bacteria interactions.
Clark School researchers speed up process for detecting pathogens, from 12-36 hours to less than an hour
UMD students represented over 25 percent of this year's VFF scholarship awardees.
Ph.D. candidate plans to pursue career in academia.
National award supports outstanding undergraduates pursuing careers in research.
New work suggests that copying behavior in social groups may be governed by optimal control theory
The International Institute of Refrigeration recognizes Professor Reinhard Radermacher for his contributions to the field of refrigeration.
Jewell develops potent and selective vaccine delivery technique targeting cancer and autoimmune diseases
Aerospace engineering students sweep undergrad category at AAIA Region 1 Student Paper Conference.
First construction management minor courses available fall 2015.
More than 1,000 high school students expected to attend event in College Park.
Fischell Department of Bioengineering senior recognized for work with trilayer skin substitutes.
Professor Dana Dachman-Soled has been recognized for her innovative research in non-black-box cryptography.
Professor recognized by ASME for work in thermophysics.
Nano/micro surface mimics wetlands plants' ability to resist moisture, self clean.
Aerospace Engineering Professor Elaine Oran to receive honorary doctorate during Institut National des Sciences Appliquées' 30th
Professor James E. Hubbard, Jr. and Aerospace Engineering Alumna Aimy Wissa (Ph.D., '14) collaborate on winning ASME paper.
Dimitrakopoulos' group publishes new methods for calculating membrane's characteristics.
Crowdfunding campaign hopes to send 10 undergrads to ACS conference in August.
Nine nominees for Invention of the Year to be recognized at annual event
University of Maryland's Clark School of Engineering community remembers namesake and friend
BioE assistant professor receives prestigious $250,000 Alliance for Cancer Gene Therapy grant.
A. James Clark Hall made possible in part by the generosity of two benefactors.
Aerospace Engineering alumnus Kevin Bowcutt named NAE Member for contributions to hypersonic research.
New center cofounded by ChBE professor Chunsheng Wang.
Student and alumni team designs winning concept for DARPA’s 2015 International Field-Reversible Thermal Connector (RevCon) Challenge.
Efficient, 3D particle and reaction process boosts production of plastics.
Professor Jeremy Munday wins highest honor for young researchers from the Optical Society of America.
American Helicopter Society promotes Department of Aerospace Engineering Chair Norman M. Wereley to AHS Technical Fellow.
The Clark School was ranked at No. 23 overall and No. 12 for public schools.
University System of Maryland recognizes mechanical engineering faculty for excellence in scholarship.
»Marquardt showcases conservation work in pursuit of $5K Open Innovation Award.
The National Deafness and Other Communication Disorders Advisory Council advises the Secretary of HHS and the directors of NIH and its NIDCD.
Annual award recognizes outstanding service to the state.
Reinhard Radermacher recognized for pushing research frontiers in energy efficiency and environmentally sustainable thermal systems.
Electronic fabrics and skin are potential applications
Nearly 200 gather for UMD American Society of Civil Engineers event.
Student teams conquer light bulb challenge at 4th annual competition.
Patent awarded for compounds capable of fighting antibiotic-resistant bacteria
Professor will present paper on predictive modeling of grid reliability.
Startup to pitch its football glove-restoring gel at Under Armour HQ.
Professor recognized for exemplary scholarship and research.
Raghavan group’s efforts part of Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative.
Hafezi is first Clark School faculty member to receive Sloan Foundation recognition.
Microscopy technique reveals why and how aluminum anodes fail in Li-ion batteries.
NTC@Maryland addresses impact of congestion on economy, freight transport.
The compounds enhance the effectiveness of conventional antibiotics and inhibit the formation and persistence of biofilms.
Three Mechanical Engineering faculty named American Society of Mechanical Engineers Fellows
Event Highlights 3D Printing, Additive Manufacturing Technologies at UMD
Fire Protection Engineering Department hopes to educate its students and the public.
Electrical and computer engineering assistant professor recognized for photonics research.
Clark School of Engineering selects Aerospace Engineering grad students Frank Lagor and Stephen Sherman for Future Faculty Program.
Larsson targets turbulent flows to improve future modeling capabilities.
Grip Boost gel restores gloves to like-new condition for a fraction of the cost of new ones.
CEE Chair Chuck Schwartz explains why Metro rails are prone to fractures during the winter.
Grad student Bryan Hays and NAO robot volunteer to teach programming to K-12 students.
She appeared at TEDYouth 2014 in New York City.
BioE Assistant Professor Chris Jewell recognized for revolutionary cancer vaccine strategy.
Main belt asteroid named after Aerospace Engineering's Assistant Professor Christine Hartzell.
U.S. News and World Report Releases 2015 Rankings
UMD awarded more than $5 million by ARPA-E to fund potentially transformational research.
Student creativity, guest judges and special guests make the Fall 2014 Design Day a success!
University of Maryland fire protection engineer teaches fire science and safety with a holiday twist.
Mechanical Engineering Visiting Professor Jerry Forbes Receives APS 2015 George E. Duvall Shock Compression Science Award.
Williams to deliver commencement remarks on Dec. 21.
Inaugural flight successfully proves operational processes and procedures for UAS.
Christine Yurie Kim Eminent Professor K.J. Ray Liu to be honored with the top Signal Processing Society award.
BioE Assistant Professor Javier Atencia Named Professor Venture Fair Winner
An-Yeu (Andy) Wu and Haitao (Heather) Zheng, both former students of Professor K.J. Ray Liu, are among the 2015 class of IEEE Fellows.
Five-day event focused on role of engineers in disaster prevention, mitigation, and response.
Professor is recognized "for contributions to materials and processes for microsystems technologies."
Cyberinfrastructure is designed to predict, monitor and mitigate wildfires.
New building to serve as hub for human health innovation in the state of Maryland
New awards honor alumni, friends for career achievements and contributions to Clark School.
Materials Science professors receive awards from the Md. Academy of Sciences and Md. Science Center.
Inaugural research flight to take place in December.
Annual list recognizes Maryland high schools that send the most students to the Clark School.
Startup incubator and coworking space seeks $10K for entrepreneurship initiative
Research on quantifiable indicators could result in mental health tracking app.
Researchers' detailed analysis found that website administrators nationwide tasked with patching security holes exploited by the Heartbleed bug may not have done enough.
Battery inside a nanopore has commercial potential
Taylor Myers recognized for work as CTO of wood stove designer MF Fire LLC.
Small-scale projects with big results.
Five engineering students win ARCS scholarships for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Kub's Innovation Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony to take place Nov. 25.
Amy Marquardt uses nanotechnology and materials science to design protective coatings for silver art, artifacts.
Akin, Bowden, Fourney, Humbert and Kothera promoted to American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Associate Fellows
Fackler’s exploration of vicalloy using combinatorial materials synthesis wins awards.
"Enhanced Acoustic Sensing through Wave Compression and Pressure Amplification in Anisotropic Metamaterials" published in Nature Communications
First federally funded research and development center dedicated to enhancing cybersecurity
Amy Marquardt uses nanotechnology to protect silver art and artifacts.
Mechanical Engineering graduate student Elviz George receives IMAPS 2014 Steve Adamson Award.
Professor Linda Schmidt invited to National Academy of Engineering's Sixth Frontiers of Engineering Education Symposium.
Clark School of Engineering will welcome two distinguished speakers for its Whiting-Turner lecture series this fall.
The University of Maryland has been named one of the country's "Best Colleges for Entrepreneurs" by the Princeton Review.
Donation furthers research, education programs, student activities, and fellowships
Launch UMD helps team raise funds for upgrades, travel to national competition.
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.
NSF funds new research to tackle tough challenge in material design.
Aerospace Engineering alumni Nelson Yanes and graduate student Elena Shrestha named two of "Tomorrow's Engineering Leaders: The Twenty20s" by Penton Aviation Week.
Iribe's gift to support new building and scholarship fund.
Clark School named one of the top 25 undergraduate engineering programs in the country.
MSE seniors double ballistic resistance using carbon nanotubes.
Services include advice on business strategy, financing, intellectual property, technology transfer and introductions to resources.
Research showcase to highlight role of engineers in developing innovative solutions to help prevent, mitigate, and respond to disasters.
CEE Professor Elise Miller-Hooks lead PI for disaster resilience research initiative.
Nuno Martins, Sarah Bergbreiter, Richard La to collaborate with Resensys on development of semi-autonomous system.
MSE student part of NIST team pursuing near-perfect crystals.
Ribbon cutting ceremony brings together leaders in government, industry, and academia.
First academically led center will lead workshop to connect academe, industry and government to address critical issues in orbital debris policy, management and mitigation.
Researchers receive $1.2 million to study solid-state Li-ion batteries.
Powe Junior Faculty Award supports Karlsson’s development of new experimental tool.
Aerospace Engineering graduate student Elizabeth Weiner awarded the 2014-2015 Sikorsky Aircraft Fellowship.
New course in computational materials design bridges theory and practice.
New technique could be used in tissue engineering, 3D cell culture.
Energy storage research at UMERC has been selected by NASA to potentially power future space missions.
Test site to unite leaders in academia, industry, and government.
Twelve-credit program will focus on medical device engineering and regulation.
Associate Dean William Fourney and Professor Emeritus R. J. Sanford receive awards at annual SEM meeting.
Professor Ephremides named 2014 IEEE MILCOM Technical Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient for his contributions to military communications.
CEE Assistant Professor Barton Forman was named a recipient of a NASA New Investigator award for his research developing methods to quantify global snow.
Aerospace Engineering Alfred Gessow Professor Inderjit Chopra promoted to the rank of Distinguished University Professor.
Aerospace engineering undergrad students place second overall in 2014 RASC-AL competition.
Microrobotics researcher one of 83 "outstanding young engineers" invited to prestigious event.
Eric LaRoche (B.S., '14) secures a 12-month dream job with Infiniti Red Bull Racing.
MRI proposals support strategic, interdisciplinary research areas
New material designed to boost performance of solar cells, displays, and electronics published in Nature Communications.
Clark School corporate partner to build $1B casino-resort at National Harbor.
Alumni working to commercialize award-winning wood stove.
New applied faculty position made possible by Legacy Campaign, Clark School support.
Takeuchi brings expertise in combinatorial materials science to fuel cell team.
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.
The center develops highly ordered nanostructures that offer a unique way of looking at the science of energy storage.
Introduction to Engineering Design final encourages team work and hands-on education
Mechanical Engineering student Stefan Miller was awarded a SMART Scholarship by ASEE.
More than 250 project management professionals gathered at the University of Maryland June 9-10 for the inaugural Project Management Symposium.
Nine undergraduates from across the country are collaborating this summer.
Technology developed in the Clark School could power more efficient air conditioning.
UMD symposium on cybersecurity research and education draws large crowd
Faculty promoted to full professor, associate professor with tenure.
Students' inventions range from diagnostic devices to accident prevention products.
New process designed to make Na-ion batteries an effective alternative to Li-ion.
UMD students participated in the 2014 Baja Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Kansas student competition.
University of Maryland's Team CDLC Dolphin won AHS International's 2nd
Annual Micro Air Vehicle (MAV) Student Challenge.
Department of Mechanical Engineering Distinguished University Professor Ashwani Gupta receives 2014 AIAA Air Breathing Propulsion Award.
Scholl receives Doctor of Letters from Purdue University
CNA Corporation's "National Security and the Accelerating Risks of Climate Change" report describes climate change as a "threat multiplier."
highlights UMD's Project Management Center for Excellence
Award supports students in final stages of dissertation work.
MSE grad student Hanna Nilsson hopes to pinpoint thermal conductivity of graphene.
Milchberg's laser beam research featured in APS online journal
Four Clark School professors honored by American Physical Society
ECE-born company specializes in satellite ground stations, emergency response center systems, coastal surveillance tools
Kids learn what fire is, how it's controlled, and why it's studied.
First Academically-Led Center to Address Critical Threats to Orbiting Satellites and Space Activities
Endowment to support Igor Sikorsky Distinguished Professorship in Rotorcraft in the Department of Aerospace Engineering
Wachsman Wins Pfeil Award for work on new photocatalyst.
Students compete in multidisciplinary teams to develop ideas for implementing the Watson Engagement Advisor.
Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor Jin-Oh Hahn receives Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Program award.
The funding is for new scientific methodologies and tools related to cybersecurity.
Fellowships awarded to outstanding students pursuing a research-based graduate degree.
Bay-inspired Solar Decathlon winner now shines as innovative educational research center, open to public.
Clark School's Paige Smith recognized by President's Commission on Women's Issues
New initiatives offer ways to expand networks and show off Terp pride
Jane Cornett (Ph.D. ’13) recognized for work in thermoelectrics.
Program will promote human health through engineering principles and medical science.
Undergrads gain hands-on experience helping biologists build solutions for critical honey bee issue.
Alumni-founded company races past $50,000 goal in 11 minutes, hits $1 million in 25 hours.
Professor recognized by chemical engineering society for accomplishments in thermodynamics.
UMD and UR competition winners present competition concepts to the FDA.
Efficiency, People’s Choice awards will support further development of Mulciber Stove.
Qu, Srivastava and Alumnus Forte Focus Research on Changing Future Nano-Scale Device Security
Clark School researchers sweep three categories for 2013 Invention of the Year
Company co-founded by UMD student featured by Inc. Magazine
The Center for Risk and Reliability hosted a 25th Anniversary Celebration of the University of Maryland's Reliability Engineering Education Program on April 2, 2014.
Segment was part of "Forces of Nature" week on Daily Planet.
Clark School students display their engineering prowess at largest hackathon to date.
WaterShed sustainable structure was the winner of the 2011 U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon.
UMD researchers were honored yesterday at the White House as recipients of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE).
Civil Engineering alumnus to speak at address Clark School graduates.
UMD Invention of the Year Finalists Charge Ahead
Winner of ECE inaugural Distinguished Alumni Award to lead School of Computational Science and Engineering.
University Innovation Fellows Mittra and Singh create YouTube video to promote innovation and entrepreneurship initiatives at UMD.
Secretary Wayne Clough will discuss "Why the Smithsonian Matters"
Dr. Michael Pecht and the Center for Advanced Life Cycle Engineering
Corporate partners converge to network with students and faculty
Privacy Protection for Cellular Phones
Competition promotes design skills, teamwork, and sportsmanship
Aerospace engineering graduate student Elizabeth Weiner selected for Zontian Fellowship.
New vehicle debuted at regional competition.
Marathon of innovation draws more than 500 students from across the country.
Challenge to address hunger, education, and sustainability co-sponsored by UMD
'As fast as their tiny 'bot' legs will carry them! Micro-robots, smaller than a penny, could one day swarm to the rescue.'
Expanding Possibilities for Cloud Storage
DeLaHunt, Fievisohn, Karcher, Petro, Pillsbury and Yanes awarded National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.
Quick-Drying Adhesive Coating for Athletic Gloves
Funding will support transportation research, education, and outreach activities
Team Mulciber’s near-emissionless device teaches old technology new tricks.
More than 1,000 high school students expected to attend event in College Park
One of Ten UMD Invention of the Year Finalists
University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University bioengineering students joined forces to host the second annual research event.
New AP course would "brand engineering at the high school level," prepare more students for STEM careers.
Flexus Living and Learning Program honored for equality efforts
Leading tech entrepreneurs to share business experiences.
American Society for Engineering Education Highlights Bio-Inspired Engineering.
UMD researchers find bats produce special sound to keep other bats away from prey.
Article highlights Hu Group’s recent paper in Nano Letters.
Engineering program ranked 18th for return on investment
Students from the QUEST program will compete on March 30
Electrical Engineering and Math major was one of three University of Maryland students selected
Glenn L. Martin Institute Professor of Engineering Dr. Arthur S. Bergles passes at 78.
Director of Institute for Systems Research and Herbert Rabin Distinguished Chair honored by university.
Terrapin Hackers students interviewed by "All Things Considered"
Mechanical Engineering Professor Michael Ohadi recognized for Excellence in Innovation.
The STS Robotics Service Learning Program Works with Five K-12 Schools
Gollner, Trouvé part of team backed by UMD Council on the Environment seed grant.
"Hackathon" event to showcase student-made technology creations
Ten Startups Vie to Reach Final Four
Mechanical Engineering alumnus and Zoosk founder Alex Mehr (Ph.D., '03) featured in March issue of Forbes Magazine.
Clark School's programs again highly ranked in engineering categories.
Graphene folds itself into programmable "nanocage" for hydrogen storage, beating DOE 2020 goa
Team takes first place two years in a row.
Graduate student Amy Marquardt wins CIC-Smithsonian Fellowship.
Quantum Engineering Center established
Department of Aerospace Engineering Chair Dr. Norman Wereley elected International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE) Fellow.
Professor named “Campus Star.”
Student team wins award for "Low-Resistance Seamless Wedge Thermal Connectors."
Featured speaker Ron Taylor will present "You're Not the Boss of Me."
Alumnus recognized for excellence in imaging systems.
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
Baoxia Mi invited by Science
to write on emerging graphene-based membrane technology.
Lt. Col. Paul C. Zurkowski receives Distinguished Flying Cross with Valor for heroic efforts supporting troops in Afghanistan.
Professor receives 2014 Sir William Grove Award.
Symposium will celebrate research and education excellence in reliability engineering and risk analysis.
Engineers Without Borders team builds chlorination system in Compone, Peru.
New initiative positions university at the forefront of the next chapter in massive open online courses.
Civil engineering graduate to lead Baltimore-based contracting company.
Asst. Professor Jeremy Munday recognized for early career achievement in optics and photonics.
Prominent philanthropist was responsible for establishment of UMD's Whiting-Turner Business and Entrepreneurial Lecture Series.
Briskman's pioneering efforts in satellite communications garner highest professional distinction.
Green Fund Fellowship supports interdisciplinary effort to model emissions.
Hands-on design competition challenges students to apply engineering principles.
Professor recognized for research and service.
University of Maryland Project Management Center for Excellence announces its first annual Project Management Symposium to be held June 9-10, 2014.
Squarespace was founded by Hinman CEOs Program alumnus Anthony Casalena.
Three winners selected among 56 entrants to advance their innovative ideas for broad social impact
Mechanical Engineering Professor and Mtech Director Peter Sandborn honored by Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Gamera awarded official U.S. record of 97 seconds for the duration of a human-powered helicopter flight.
Neuralstem was in TAP from April 1997 to December 2001.
Pixelligent has raised more than $17 million over the past four and a half years.
EIP takes first place in the Outstanding Specialty Entrepreneurship Program category.
The program is part of a broad partnership between Maryland and Trento, Italy.
National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation awards funding for new medical devices for children.
Largest single gift in department's history to support new professor of the practice.
Office of Advanced Engineering Education's online graduate program are excellent opportunities for working engineers worldwide.
Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation supports Jewell's cancer vaccine research.
Wife of former UMD Aerospace Engineering Chair and helicopter pioneer passes away peacefully.
IREAP and ECE Research Professor Rami Kishek honored for work on particle beams
Alumnus honored for service in global technology research.
Professor receives three-year fellowship and is named Willis H. Young Jr. Professor of Aerospace Engineering Education.
Professor receives three-year fellowship and is named Techno-Sciences Professor of Aerospace Engineering Innovation.
Professor Inderjit Chopra awarded Wang Shicun Award from the Asian/Australian Rotorcraft Forum
Martha Connolly Will Enhance UMD-UMB Innovation Ecosystem
Bioengineering faculty and staff receive awards at December 22 ceremony.
University System of Maryland to collaborate with MAAP on UAS research, testing and development.
Baltimore native and chemical engineering grad had distinguished career in petrochemical industry.
Electrical engineering alumnus had long, distinguished career in communications technology.
Bergbreiter and Paley honored by the White Houseas outstanding early-career scientists.
Data gathering system could help protect endangered species.
University of Maryland professor will begin new role in early January.
Finalists selected among 56 entries representing 23 states nationwide and District of Columbia.
Mi, Stoliarov, Liu, Rotkowitz, and Jewell awarded 5-year research grants from the National Science Foundation.
UMD again listed in Kiplinger's Personal Finance's annual ranking of the Top Ten Best Values in Public Colleges.
Program honors accomplished women 40 and under based on experience, community involvement.
Chellappa elevated to Fellow for contributions to image processing, computer vision, and pattern recognition.
Research in x-ray pulsar-based navigation earns Best Paper from the 2013 AIAA Guidance, Navigation and Control Conference.
Director of UMD's Autonomous Vehicle Laboratory speaks about challenges facing Amazon's drone delivery program.
Engineering course supported by Department of Defense will focus on design skills
University of Maryland will host first-ever 24-hour giving challenge on Dec. 11 to support student scholarships.
NASA astronaut and Aerospace Engineering alumna will speak at Clark School ceremony on Dec. 22.
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Senior Erin Hylton named a 2014 Marshall Scholar.
New grant supports research between UMD and Politecnico di Torino, Italy in sustainable, safe, and smart infrastructures.
Fire protection engineering team wins first place in "Particulate Matter Emissions" category at inaugural event.
WIE programs drive increase in female enrollment.
Polymer grafts can be custom-fitted, promote tissue growth.
Clark School undergraduates Rohrbach, Yanes and Yep named 2013-2014 Philip Merrill Presidential Scholars
Aerospace Engineering Professor Elaine Oran awarded American Physical Society prize for work in reactive flows.
Mechanical Engineering professor recognized for pioneering contributions to thermal packaging of electronic components.
Innovative wood stove design is only finalist from an academic institution.
Clark School of Engineering STEM expert discusses plans for AP engineering test.
A newcomer to hackathons, UMD's Terrapin Hackers beat out more than 100 other schools in MLH’s first season.
Terrapin Health Transformers & Friends team creates winning solution with ACA Benefits Buddy.
Md. Science Center honors expert in controlling immune system response.
Research professor will manage training reactor, irradiator and linear accelerators.
Award recognizes distinguished minority physicists.
Team's achievements celebrated at event attended by officials from Sikorsky, United Technologies Corporation, AHS International.
MIT Technology Review
highlights Wachsman's plan to reduce grid strain and energy costs.
Over a thousand visit College Park campus for Mpact Week events.
Livingston, Phaneuf will discuss preservation of stone and metal.
Mechanical Engineering researchers tackle brain tissue mechanics to provide greater insight on traumatic brain injuries.
Electrical engineering graduate Jerry Krill’s Cooperative Engagement Capability allowed Navy battle groups to act as one.
Fire Protection Engineering team to interviewed by Popular Mechanics about its wood stove design.
Terrapin Hackers team recognized as Major League Hacking champions.
Annual event sponsored by Engineers Without Borders draws 200 students to learn more about engineering.
Former FDA branch chief to guide UMD effort to help improve food, drug, and medical device safety.
Civil Engineering students showcased UMD's steel bridge at AISA headquarters for US government and steel industry leaders.
Aerospace Professor James E. Hubbard, Jr. chosen for inclusion in HistoryMakers African American oral history collection.
Clark School startup Otomagnetics wins AdvaMed's Rybski MedTech Award to support further development.
FDA-supported collaboration will focus on medical device design, production and regulation.
The Silicon Valley-tested, Lean Startup-based initiative is slated to train 300 top entrepreneurial research teams over three years.
On Saturday, October 5, 2013, over sixty girls gathered at the University of Maryland.
UMD ranked second overall nationwide in PandoDaily ranking.
Three ECE students win MHacks, a hackathon with more than 1200 students competing.
Annual event invites everyone to learn more about biomedical engineering.
Multifunctional wings will help robotic birds fly longer, farther and more independently.
University of Maryland's Minimally Invasive Neurosurgical Intracranial Robot research collaboration highlighted.
Civil Engineering Professor Lei Zhang will serve as director of the new center.
University System of Maryland, Rutgers University, and Virginia Tech to partner on effort.
ACES program is result of partnership with Northrop Grumman.
The seed round is the largest of any student company while in the program.
Dr. Elaine Oran has joined the Department of Aerospace Engineering as a Glenn L. Martin Institute Professor of Engineering.
Gift will support EWB team projects as well as scholarship funding for EWB students.
Events will highlight the Clark School's research, education, innovation, and entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Second annual showcase event held by University of Maryland's Center of Excellence in Regulatory Science and Innovation.
EWB hosts second annual ExPO: Engineering Skills Fair on Saturday, September 28, 2013 from 1-3pm in the Kim Engineering Building.
Princeton Review ranks university #15 for undergrad and #16 for graduate progrms in entrepreneurship.
Engineers Without Borders group helps town with stormwater and sanitation.
UMD students and researchers to gain access to industry technology used to design and manufacture sophisticated products.
Deadline for entries is October 13, 2003.
Alumnus Matthew Wook Chang's custom E. Coli target hospital-acquired infections.
Clark School's undergraduate programs ranked #12 among public universities.
Annual list recognizes Maryland high schools that send the most students to the Clark School.
The new, student-run incubator provides resources, tools and mentoring to help students advance their ventures.
Md. Higher Education Commission funds Clark School study of reliability, cost-effectiveness of wind-generated energy.
Ten new faculty members join the Clark School for the 2013-2014 school year.
Participation helped spread awareness about Terps Racing’s Baja and Formula vehicles.
Mechanical Engineering Professor Jaydev Desai was featured in an NIH article on robotics in neurosurgery.
Undergraduate scholars gain research experience through summer program at the Maryland Cybersecurity Center.
Research in energy conversion and storage systems serves as model for field.
Department of Materials Science and Engineering professor honored for transformational research in his field.
Mechanical Engineering Professor James Duncan awarded professorship to expand research in hydrodynamics.
Team UMD Dryer wins the first place gold medal for their energy saving heat pump dryer.
Bequest of alumna Frances Balfour (Ph.D. '82) creates new endowed chair.
Graduate student team takes top spot in the 30th Annual American Helicopter Society Design Competition.
Atin Mittra receives Lend for America for their Growing National Initiative
Research at the nano-scale nets university over half-million dollars in funding
The new, NSF-supported program revolutionizes technology transfer from university, federal laboratories.
Ranking based on research, size and performance.
Eric Wachsman and Chunsheng Wang receive funding to create innovative batteries for electric vehicle energy storage systems.
Region II members of NSBE gather for leadership training, networking.
Clark School energy research, including solid oxide fuel cells and wood battery, featured in variety of mainstream media outlets.
Course designed by Clark School professor serves as model for nation.
New models and equations aid in understanding of natural phenomena, have implications for engineered networks of robots.
Prof. Gerald Galloway testifies before the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
Redox Power Systems, UMD develop breakthrough fuel cells to provide efficient, affordable electricity.
Student-run robotics team builds autonomous underwater vehicle for competition.
Novel, patterned-gold SERS substrates could lead to new products.
Electromagnetic propulsion could exponentially expand satellite capabilities by providing a propellant-less formation flight technology.
Clark School startup receives funding to support production, testing of new research tool.
UMD team seeks to improve the quality of life for the residents of Calaba Town in Sierra Leone, Africa.
Sandborn recognized for contributions to field of life-cycle cost modeling for systems.
Adomaitis teaches course at Peking University in 3-week exchange program.
The five day experience included hands-on activities.
BioE chair recognized for research and service.
Designed to advance robotics systems and applications through an interdisciplinary program of study.
The teams will compete in NASA's 2014 eXploration-Habitat Academic Innovation Challenge.
FDA-supported Center at UMD to explore human factors and the risk management of medical devices.
Graduate student Joseph Schmaus receives the 2013-2014 Sikorsky Aircraft Fellowship.
Young group named ECS' first Outstanding Student Chapter.
Interdisciplinary research team to design the world's first fully integrated photonic spectrograph.
Clark School Dean was one of 30 distinguished speakers at special event hosted at MIT Media Lab.
Professor and alumnus interviewed for Morning Edition.
Twenty-Eight students from around the country participated.
Three-dimensional reaction engineering results in high output, less waste.
Research teams at UMD receive grants for multidisciplinary research initiatives.
Exploring Engineering camp is part of summer fun at the University of Maryland.
Inaugural TS/UM Social Innovation Challenge to spur development of transformative solutions for societal issues.
BioE/IBBR professors invited to share views on new materials for biomedical applications.
UMD's Team Gamera issues statement congratulating Team AeroVelo.
Professors Desai and Shapiro awarded $75,000 grants for research collaborations with UMB.
Steel Bridge Team takes third at regional competition, qualifies for nationals.
Stoliarov presents research findings at Fire Retardancy and Protection of Materials Conference.
A. James Clark School of Engineering professor recognized for pioneering contributions in plasma physics.
Award recognizes professor’s service to heat transfer community.
Associate dean and Keystone professor to be honored with Society for Experimental Mechanics award.
Clark School professor invited to brief Congress on improving K-12 STEM education.
Student human-powered helicopter team sets unofficial world record for duration with 74-second flight.
Research team demonstrates breakthrough MAV technology
Electronic home plate helps make umpires' calls more precise.
Wood fibers help nano-scale batteries keep their structure
Students awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowship for excellence in engineering.
Students guide planetary rover robot to second place in RASC-AL Exploration Robo-Ops Competition.
FPE research on cooking fire prevention wins best paper award at conference.
Dr. Andre Marshall's work to improve fire sprinklers highlighted on NSF website.
Desai, Murphy, and Shapiro promoted to full professors.
Entrepreneurship and engineering programs recognized as top graduate programs in country
Former President and Clark School Professor Named President of National Academy of Engineering.
Student design ideas include a green gym powered by exercise, sustainable floors for sporting arenas, water-powered watch.
More than 860 engineering students received diplomas at May 20 ceremony.
"Moving Maryland Forward" grant to fund service-learning partnership with local schools.
Lab-on-a-chip devices could reduce or eliminate need.
NIST opens its labs to UMD undergrads for hands-on research experience.
UMD chapter of Eta Kappa Nu earns national recognition once more.
The Maryland Space Business Roundtable, Sen. Barbara Mikulski present $2500 check to Gamera team.
Sophomore bioengineering major Joan Zhang and teammates develop app for community service.
Clark School of Engineering faculty honored for their innovative, ultra-efficient thin-film battery, FlexEl.
ENES100 students build autonomous hovercrafts for final exam.
Director of Faculty Leadership and Professor Steve Marcus recognized as educator, mentor, researcher.
Clark School professor and alumni fuel breakthrough success on final X-51A Waverider flight
Center for Advanced Transportation Technology Director Michael Pack recognized by the White House for leadership.
Wheel Shields and UMDTutor2Go received top honors at the event.
Graduate students recognized for high quality engineering research.
Professors Espy-Wilson and Muro recognized by StateStats.org for excellence in and out of the classroom
Civil Engineering major Aarae Alexander wins gold medal in Lightweight category.
U-Md. startup Tauros Engineering wins top spot in 17th annual Harvard New Venture Completion
BioE senior recognized for work in tissue engineering.
John Cumings' research analyzing heating in electronic devices is featured by DOE as "Story of Discovery and Innovation."
Annual Honors and Awards Ceremony held on April 9 at the Stamp Student Union.
Robotic bird's independently controllable wings makes more realistic flight maneuvers possible.
MSE student honored for academics and service
Clark School senior earns prestigious national security education scholarship.
Award supports grad student's work in potential therapies for tissue regeneration.
BioE senior recognized for work in Orthopaedic Mechanobiology Lab.
Maryland Cybersecurity Center showcase event features speakers from academia, private sector, government.
Remedium Technologies Inc. receives small business grant from National Science Foundation.
Ben Kellogg (computer engineering) and Michael Kelly (mechanical engineering) elected to prestigious honor society.
Terps Baja Racing Team finishes 13th in overall competition.
Students from civil, chemical engineering win awards in Environmental Design Contest.
New Business Model Challenge focuses on business model generation, customer development and pivoting.
Mechanical Engineering undergrad recognized for academic achievement.
Clark School's Formula SAE racing team featured in CTV news video as they prepare to race in a national competition.
BioE senior recognized for work that seeks to understand how stem cells might be used to treat degeneration of the spine.
Dean of the Clark School of Engineering offers aerospace industry as case study to demonstrate impact of prizes.
Questions raised about using a single animal model in neuroscience research.
26th annual awards ceremony honors most promising campus inventions.
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering holds symposium on tri-state region disaster response.
The exchange is part of the "Control of Living Cells Through Communication with Artificial Cells" collaboration.
Researchers win awards for innovations in aircraft seat suspension system to help pilots.
"Exceptional sophomores and juniors" chosen from nationwide field of applicants for $6K-$10K internships.
Bioengineering grad student part of international effort to use messages sent by synthetic cells to guide natural cell activity.
UMD students take first, second, and third prize at the event.
Team Thirsty Turtles will take "Pride of Maryland" to San Francisco in November.
birthday, career celebrated in special symposium.
Startup wins $10,000, plans to scale up manufacturing.
Clark School professor recognized for leadership and contributions to the field of construction engineering.
The New Center Memorializes Alexander Brown in its Efforts to Innovate
Clark School of Engineering undergrads help middle and high school students prepare, compete.
UMD's Michel Cukier and David Maimon collaborate to explore hacker behavior.
American Ceramic Society blog features talk on role of solid oxide fuel cells in nation's energy strategy.
UMD professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering elected as a foreign member of both Russian Academies.
UMD's Student Chapter of the Electrochemical Society met with Congress on March 12-13 to show value of R&D funding.
UMD continues to dominate Institute of Biological Engineering competition.
CALCE director working on battery management system that tracks multiple operating parameters.
University of Maryland ranked among the best schools for producing graduates highly skilled in critical areas.
Engineering Sustainability Workshop 2013 and student poster contest open to all.
Student human-powered helicopter team makes another attempt at the AHS Sikorsky Prize April 27-28.
Mechanical engineering professor honored for microsystems and microfluidics research.
Maryland team is one of eight to advance to the Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition regional finals.
Event will feature NASA astronaut and UMD alumna Jeanette Epps.
Station will aid pilots in navigating extreme regional weather changes.
Civil Engineering alumnus Robert D. Rauch ('73) appointed by Governor to Board of Regents.
Clark School center receives attention for online learning technology.
UMD grads' starting salary is second only to UC-Berkeley among all 50 states' flagship schools.
S. Pamir Alpay (Ph.D. '99, materials science and engineering) leads new department.
Series to highlight successful entrepreneurs and leaders of Mashable.com, Redox Power Systems.
"Amplifying the Field" celebrates undergraduate contributions to biomedical research.
Project will advance technology for the real-time detection of bridge scou, a leading cause of failure for bridges in the U.S.
The Clark School and 5 of its departments were rated in the top 25 in their categories.
Team Mulciber has been named a finalist in The Alliance for Green Heat's Next Generation Wood Stove Design Challenge.
Collaborative Initiative Seeks to Educate Students on Key Energy Issues
Campaign for professor of practice to help ensure students stay current on the latest technologies used in the field.
Electrochemical Society chapter members teach kids about solar cells in Adventure in Science program.
The educational lab will train students in rapidly developing electric vehicle technology.
In the College of Fellows, she joins the top two percent in the U.S. in medical and biological engineering.
UMD's Jonathan Simon works with Columbia colleague to unlock mystery inside human brain.
Microsoft and CapWIN have teamed up to develop a query application designed specifically for Windows 8 Tablets.
Maryland Cybersecurity Center brings in over 60 students for hands-on, interactive activities.
Fourteen students in STS support middle school STEM competition sponsored by DOE!
Clark School student team pursues landmark achievement in human-powered flight.
Pulsing with lithium, tiny silicon beads on a nanotube hold promise for better batteries
Program will begin in summer 2013.
Printed sensors team to vie for $70,000 in April.
Women in Engineering event attracts 600 high school participants and their families.
Second annual Alumni Cup draws a crowd of students, alumni to witness Rube Goldberg-inspired device competition.
Dr. Ari Juels of RSA Laboratories will headline next Google - UMD Cybersecurity Seminar Series
Initiative to Train 300 of the Top Entrepreneurial Research Teams from U.S. Universities, Federal Labs
Participating faculty help Maryland companies develop technology products.
South Korea's President-elect Park Geun Hye has tapped Kim to head Future Creative Science Ministry.
Clark School professor demonstrates outstanding scholarly achievement and accomplishments as teacher
David Lai (B.S. '12) was a finalist in Maryland governor's #MDForward contest.
Flow control of single quantum dot enables measurements with nanoscale accuracy at lower cost
Two-year partnership will focus on cybersecurity, systems engineering.
Team Mulciber named a finalist in The Alliance for Green Heat's Next Generation Wood Stove Design Challenge.
Computer Engineering freshmen compete with students from top universities around the world to solve programming problem.
Hu wins prestigious Air Force Young Investigator Award.
The series topic on February 13th at 5:30pm is "Software Defenses Using Compiler Techniques."
August 2012 flight by Clark School student team officially recognized as new world record.
Newly Renovated Seigel Learning Center Highlighted in HigherEd TechDecisions.
Clark School professor of aerospace engineering honored by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
The Center for Environmental Energy Engineering to collaborate with the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
CATT Lab will provide demonstrations during Data Innovation Day
Teng Li, Ray Liu, and Heidi Sauber were recognized with awards.
Mentors and high school students build and program robots on campus
George Laurer's Universal Product Code (UPC) invention turns 40 this year.
Former ISR Senior Research Scientist elected 'for contributions to cybersecurity.'
Recent results from Wang, Zachariah featured in Nano Letters, C&EN.
Fuentevilla refines equations defining critical parameters of aqueous salt solutions.
BioE professor recognized for work in food processing and safety.
Clark School Associate Dean of Research honored for scholarship and engineering excellence
Adi Hajj-Ahmad and Chau-Wai Wong are advised by Professor Min Wu.
BioE sophomore developing potentially life-saving products with Kofinas Group.
Stanley Zupnik pledges $500,000 to the Clark School, helps Great Expectations
campaign exceed $1B goal.
Story highlights UMD's innovative general education curriculum.
Clark School Outstanding Research Awards recognize professors' influential and ground-breaking work.
Clark School raises $240 million toward historic fundraising goal.
Freshmen and sophomores teach and learn "hands on."
The Joint Technology Office will fund Professor Davis's research on laser beam propagation through the turbulent atmosphere over five years.
Muro, Ghaffarian honored at UMD Bioscience Research Day.
Professor Howard Milchberg was selected because of his efforts to advance the field of optics.
Micro wind turbine technology wins global competition.
Deputy assistant secretary of the U.S. Navy will speak at Clark School ceremony on December 20.
Atomic force microscopy to guide formation of polymer threads.
From Here to Infinity
examines art inspired and created by science and technology.
Publication focuses on opportunities in mesoscale science.
Takeuchi leads team creating solid-state, highly efficient cooling systems.
The Clark School celebrates with an alumnae reception and new WIE Opportunity Scholarship Fund.
Grant supports improvements to neural imaging and image-guided neurosurgery.
Judge Pauline Newman explains cases, law and patent pitfalls.
Student paper on Gamera human-powered helicopter earns first-place prize.
Professor and associate mechanical engineering chair will begin position in January.
Grad students to attend Joint U.S.-Africa Materials Initiative Materials Research School.
NIH supports Kofinas' efforts to develop inexpensive, point-of-care blood test.
Energy Center director honored for work to commercialize fuel cells.
Agreement supports an agenda of broader and closer research partnerships between the two institutions.
Bechtel funds marketplace stormwater management project in Ethiopia; Boeing funds trip to Burkina Faso.
New National Academies Report urges need for disaster resilience.
BioE startup company wins funding for paper-based sensor product.
Former chemical engineering professor served department for 33 years.
Three Clark School students and their college and high school mentors recognized.
Bioengineering junior honored for academic excellence, community service.
University System of Maryland funds program to help grow engineering workforce at Pax River.
Bioengineering graduate student studies imaging, simulations.
Clark School study predicts damage from sea level rise brought on by global warming.
Army Research Office and UMD collaborate on event to examine safety of cybervehicle systems.
Federal Highway Administration funds work of Chris Davis, Stuart Milner involving cooperating cameras.
Mechanical engineering professor honored for contributions to international institutional programs.
The initiative expands key programs across campus for entrepreneurs each Friday.
American Ceramic Society honors professor's work in fuel cell development.
Military, law enforcement pilots, as well as rotorcraft engineers, to take part in November 8 event.
Shane Jacobs helped design suit worn by Felix Baumgartner in speed of sound-breaking dive.
Bioengineering team has created device that could prevent concussions.
Reliability engineering associate professor to direct nation’s first undergraduate honors program in cybersecurity.
Research a part of MPowering the State
collaboration between UMD, UMB.
New Arnold E. Seigel Learning Center delivers a state-of-the-art 21st century learning environment.
List recognizes Maryland high schools that send the most students to the Clark School.
Extensive story follows latest attempts of human-powered helicopter team.
Researchers will develop a large-vocabulary speech recognition system based on articulatory information.
UMD has moved up to 14th on the undergraduate list - up from 18th last year, and 24th for graduate this year.
Highly ranked Taiwanese university honors Clark School electrical and computer engineering professor.
Single "smart material" with multiple properties could have applications in bioengineering, consumer products.
Advocacy group works to transform culture in engineering education to attract, retain and graduate women.
$30K gift supports purchase of new heat exchanger station for chemical engineering unit ops facility.
Fire protection engineering professor and colleagues to quantify fire-spray interactions, form company.
ME professor and former Gemstone director will continue work with Burgers Program after his retirement.
Over 150 government, industry, academic representatives attend new center's showcase event.
Clark School professor, former UMD president would lead National Academy of Engineering beginning July 2013.
Clark School grad Ali Saleh has degrees in electrical, systems engineering.
NSF funding for research to improve spray technology, creation of x-ray center for nano research.
Sophoria Westmoreland (Ph.D. '12, mechanical engineering) will teach a senior design course at the U.S. Naval Academy.
Flatau, Martins, Kofinas to serve Clark School in new roles; Gupta to lead NSF initiative.
National Science Foundation supports C. Wang's efforts to create a single material for anode, electrolyte, and cathode.
Startup accelerator program teaches best practices to the top scientists and researchers in the U.S.
Alumnus, former Fischell Fellow in prestigious venture capital program.
Fire protection engineering staff member recognized for service to students.
65-Second Gamera human-powered helicopter flight reached two feet in height.
Grant for research on protein transport in cell membranes.
Academic Ranking of World Universities poll of engineering schools rates citations, research expenditures.
Region ranked 5th in USA TODAY
Civil engineer Veronica Davis '01 honored for work in transportation.
ChBE collaboration with DuPont seeks safer, more affordable way to manufacture electronics.
Complementarity Modeling in Energy Markets
available from Springer.
Mechanical engineering students' air conditioning project takes first place in Department of Energy competition.
Professor seeks to improve diagnosis and treatment of fungal diseases in immunocompromised patients.
Electrical and computer engineering professor's solar sail proposal one of 10 selected for inaugural award.
Professor seeks new treatments for type 1 diabetes, other autoimmune diseases.
Graduate students mark 11th win in 14 years of American Helicopter Society Design Competition.
49.9-second flight submitted for world record approval.
Twenty-two top students from across the country demonstrate faculty-advised research projects.
National Academy of Sciences report to spur federal policies and local actions for readiness.
Researchers develop tools for preventing collapse like that of 2007.
Congressman Steny Hoyer invites UMD president to naval air station, a Clark School educational partner.
Rama Chellappa receives prestigious honor from the International Association for Pattern Recognition.
Clark School high school summer program participant writes newspaper column about her experience.
Interdisciplinary scientists find a "soft and squishy" common ground.
Research in plasma physics recognized; third such award for students of Howard Milchberg.
Combustion, fluid dynamics expert Michael Gollner to join Department of Fire Protection Engineering.
Mechanical engineering professor led Honors College program for 11 years.
Historic honor recognizes full professors who have made significant scholarly contributions.
Report states Maryland students topped nation in reading, math and science growth.
Event to showcase UMD research aimed at modernizing review of drugs and medical devices.
Clark School student and faculty inventors gain new resource to protect intellectual property.
Applied Technology and Traffic Analysis Program employed during major Baltimore event.
Treated fabric collects element, could be used to clean nuclear
Former ISR director and chair of ECE to create a stronger sense of community and quality of life for faculty.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission appoints Cynthia Jones to oversee program and policy oversight.
Part of research team that examined the properties of deformed graphene membranes.
Resulting report examines Pentagon's future STEM workforce needs.
State rises from No. 7 ranking in U.S. Chamber of Commerce report.
BioE undergrad's presentation on novel battery tech wins $10K.
Duration of 50 seconds a 400 percent improvement on 2011 record.
Reporter spends morning with human-powered helicopter team.
Clark School's human-powered helicopter team bests its own record.
Experts tackle issues regarding energy security, nuclear energy, biomedical research, and science and technology.
Department to be led by strong proponent of graduate and undergraduate education.
ECE Professor receives highest academic honor conferred by the University of Maryland.
University System of Maryland policy recognizes value of faculty members' intellectual property used in tech transfer.
UMD and Northrop Grumman create nation's first cybersecurity honors program for undergrads.
Lockheed Martin employees visiting campus can use space for meetings, recruitment events.
Students part of 10-week Research Opportunities in Miniature Robotics program.
Winning entry features innovative power plant for University of Maryland Campus
Teams earn first place in DOE Hydrogen Student Design Contest; third in NASA Robo-ops Competition.
Clark School fuel cell expert honored by Electrochemical Society.
Civil engineering major, Engineers Without Borders volunteer HK Stephens addressed graduates at May 20 UMD ceremony.
Washington, D.C., is #2, Baltimore #5 on Forbes
Fire protection engineering professor and chair named Person of the Year for detector and sprinkler research.
Freshman design competition introduces payload challenge.
Two incoming Clark School freshmen honored with full scholarships.
Intelligent Transportation Society of America recognizes Clark School traffic lab with regional award.
Shapiro's new book lays the groundwork for cross-disciplinary linking of nanoscale technology and control theory.
Can't attend on May 21? View ceremony on web or on mobile devices.
See exhibit of record-setting Gamera I, including 20-foot rotor, before this summer's flight of Gamera II.
Five Clark School professors to receive support for state-of-the-art equipment.
Annual Honors and Awards ceremony recognizes stellar students.
Civil engineering major and Engineers Without Borders volunteer HK Stephens to participate in May 20 ceremony.
ChBE sophomore, one of only 161 recipients nationwide, will study in Korea.
Event held in honor of professor's 70th birthday, distinguished career in thermodynamics.
Retired U.S. Air Force general to address engineering grads.
Operated by Clark School alumnae, TRX Systems gains national recognition for excellence in government research and development.
Peter Sunderland, Center for Advanced Transportation Technology assist National Academy of Engineering presentation at USA Science and Engineering Expo.
Annual award to support bioengineering, chemical engineering and materials science and engineering students.
Clark School-based company receives $15,000 to improve safety of lithium batteries.
Sophomore Mian Khalid wins prestigious Howard Hughes Medical Institute fellowship for work with Kofinas Group.
Electrolyte determines just how thin a nanoscale lithium battery can be.
MSE senior recognized for his study of high-powered silicon anodes for lithium-ion batteries.
Clark School teams win alumni category, Warren Citrin Social Impact Award.
Watch SafeLiCell pitch new venture based on safe, solid-state polymer electrolyte-based batteries.
Their novel "natural timestamp" improves security and editing of audio, visual recordings.
Clark School chemical and biomolecular engineering students take second in mid-Atlantic region.
Program recognizes outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported fields. Number of undergrad recipients doubles.
Mechanical engineering graduate wins for research on controlling graphene to create reliable electronics.
"Exceptional sophomores and juniors" chosen from nationwide field of applicants for $6K-$10K internships.
Clark School researchers discover nanoscale phenomenon, potential computer speed advantages.
BioE junior is a top cyclist.
Shapiro, White receive inaugural innovation grants from UM-CERSI.
Ragahavan, colleagues create UV-curable polymer that more effectively separates cells from serum.
MSE graduate student named ARCS Hesse Endowment Fellow.
Entrepreneurial Md. high school students have chance to win up to $10k in cash and prizes for best new venture ideas.
Mechanical engineering junior receives premier award for undergraduates interested in research.
Civil engineering's Erin Hylton honored for work in environmental studies.
Igor I. Sikorsky International Trophy awarded for design and build of record-setting helicopter.
Ghodssi, Clark School researchers in NSF workshop on micro, nano, bio systems.
Engineers Without Borders faculty advisor recognized by national EWB organization.
Facebook event, advisors, pizza to provide support for undergraduate engineering majors.
Hulka, Hendricks awards will fund diverse sustainable energy research projects.
Initiative to promote collaboration between UMD and University of Maryland, Baltimore, campuses in area of healthcare.
University funds hands-on Sustainable Energy Teaching Initiatives Lab and related courses for students.
University of Maryland, College Park, and University of Maryland, Baltimore, announce collaborative tech transfer, research, education.
Project will investigate a radically novel view of 'active' hearing.
Mechanical engineering professor receives one of the Board of Regents' highest honors.
National Science Foundation recognizes research to study individual traveler behavior, mass transit tools.
Delegation seeks partnerships, information on American universities.
As part of Engineers Week, department teams design and build Alumni Cup machines, compete for bragging rights on Friday.
Engineering freshmen build the field and help teams in the pits.
Reginald Avery donates scholarship money to Greenbelt Elementary.
Partnership will support joint research in solar power, cell-based systems and ultra low-power systems.
New rankings in The Atlantic
show Maryland, D.C., Virginia as leaders in tech economies.
Two Clark School professors named UMD Distinguished Scholar-Teachers.
Engineers Without Borders chapter installs solar-powered filtration and distribution system for clean water.
Rabin wins prestigious NSF CAREER Award to enhance spectroscopy for drug development, medical research.
Engineers Without Borders team designs and builds sustainable bridge over flood-prone stream for humans, livestock.
International Association for the Properties of Water and Steam adopted new standards in January 2012.
Incoming Terps running back plans to study mechanical engineering.
Inkjet-printed paper biosensors will reduce cost of diagnosing epidemic pathogens.
'WaterShed' to serve public education, research at Montgomery County site.
Device developed at the Clark School could help prevent hemorrhages, stroke and death during brain surgery.
Highest honor for an aerospace professional bestowed upon two Clark School professors.
Clark School research could improve the performance and cost of low-temperature fuel cells for transportation, electronics.
Deutsch Foundation-sponsored Clark School research offers multi-pronged attack on major medical problem.
Anya Jones (aerospace engineering) recognized for wing research. Alumna Enlu Zhou also receives an award.
Christopher T. Jones honored for second time, most recently for career achievement.
Clark School draws 70 percent of its students from best K-12 system in the nation.
Mechanical engineering senior praised for academic success and volunteering efforts.
Daniel Lathrop steps down to take associate dean position with College of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences.
WIE Advisory Board members establish scholarship to help recruit and support female engineering students.
Win junior faculty teaching, staff service awards, respectively.
Mechanical engineering alumnus promoted to full professor, named Bill D. Cook Chair of Mechanical Engineering.
University 8th in national ranking of best value among public colleges.
Study could lead to more effective approaches to behavioral training.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers recognizes professor's advances used to protect military personnel.
Prototype software by Shneiderman group supports rapid understanding of scientific literature.
Feat part of larger body of Clark School research into preventing infections.
Clark School, Smithsonian to develop and test system for measuring moisture in at-risk architecture and art.
Degree prepares students to bring latest cybersecurity advances to government and industry employers.
Professor recognized for contributions to field of tissue engineering.
Aerospace engineering's Matthew Marcus wins Phi Kappa Phi Foundation's Shirley C. Sorensen Academic Excellence Award.
Morphing Aerospace Vehicles and Structures
published by Wiley.
Former Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency director will speak at Clark School Ceremony Dec. 22.
At "I Am an Entrepreneur" event, students learn from successful young business leaders.
Clark School, National Geographic, Princeton to build wireless network of animal-borne embedded devices to track wildlife.
International electronics association cites professors' work in plasmas, human-computer interaction.
In unique collaboration, engineer and criminologist apply criminological concepts and research methods to study of cybercrime.
ECE-affiliated Associate Professor Michael Hicks has been selected to serve as the University of Maryland Cybersecurity Center's new director.
The Capital Wireless Information Net program has been presented with the Improving Maryland Policing and Advancing Communications and Technology (IMPACT) Award.
American Association for the Advancement of Science recognizes meritorious efforts to advance science or its applications.
Energy expert advocates investing in "the other fuel cell" to reduce reliance on fossil fuels now, not in decades.
Clark School and Savenia Labs team up to empower consumers.
Human-powered helicopter's 11.4-second flight officially recognized.
Sophomore civil engineering student honored for service, academic performance by the Maryland Daily Record
Department of Homeland Security boosts funding for D.C.-area information-sharing network.
Champions are working to out-innovate, out-educate and out-build the rest of the world.
Lab-on-a-chip produces, assembles microparticles in customized order; could be used for drug discovery.
Award honors Maryland individuals who have had a positive effect and tremendous impact in Maryland.
See lectures from FDA Chief Scientist, Key Tech CEO.
Center will pilot ways universities can help improve how drugs and medical devices are evaluated.
American Institute of Chemical Engineers honors professor's work in deposition systems, semiconductors.
Series features alumnus Michael S. Torok, Sikorsky VP and chief engineer of Marine Corps Programs/CH-53K, Nov. 10.
Aerospace engineering professor recognized for work on micro air vehicle air flows.
NIH funds John Fisher's research to help patients with serious injuries.
List recognizes Maryland high schools that send the most students to the Clark School.
Product development, start-up ventures, FDA evaluation among topics to be covered.
Clark School's Capital Wireless Information Net demonstrated for Maryland's Gov. O'Malley and Sen. Mikulski.
Cyber-physical system research will develop standards, methods and tools for more reliable smart cars, aircraft, buildings, power grids.
NAE invites nation's exceptional young faculty members to share innovative ideas and approaches.
Praise for team entered into the Congressional Record.
Keystone professors such as Mel Gomez help Clark School students stay the course.
Campus-wide effort key to WaterShed victory in international competition.
WaterShed stays ahead of nearest competitors, in first place overall.
Novel use of metal ions makes fluorine imaging more versatile.
Alumnus Ramit Varma '96 leads series with "Lessons from a Booststrapped Entrepreneur."
Engineer who revolutionized prognostics for electronics systems is inducted into Clark School's Innovation Hall of Fame.
UM and ACC partners receive grant to spur new clean energy ventures; Mtech is selected as the PI.
Clark School professor and past UM president recognized for theory of the dynamics of flexible moving structures.
DOE official calls for "game-changing" technologies at opening of University of Maryland Energy Research Center.
$1.2M National Science Foundation-sponsored research could lead to optical computing, invisibility cloaks.
Mtech's entrepreneurship initiatives were a key influencer in the new ratings.
Maryland Industrial Partnerships honored for innovative, effective, and replicable economic development strategies.
NSF-funded Virtus initiative for freshmen to help improve retention rates.
Five grad students and 14 undergrads receive support from Corporate Partner.
Models show mechanical changes in blood vessel behavior cause cascade of effects.
Electrical engineering alum Edward St. John '61 gift will help meet most-pressing campus educational needs.
Gaurav Gopalan, a graduate of the Department of Aerospace Engineering, passes away.
Professionals and budding engineers take in speakers, demonstrations, labs.
New strategic relationship will focus on collaborative research, student engagement.
Research Experiences for Teachers aimed at increasing and retaining transfer students.
Variable-diameter tiltrotor takes first place at American Helicopter Society Student Design Competition.
Aranda-Espinoza wins Human Frontier Science Program research grant.
Clark School student team sets new U.S. flight records at 11.4 seconds.
DoD awardee is a civil engineering major, FLEXUS student and Clark School Ambassador
Gymkana assistant coach, two members on team in nationally televised competition have Clark School connections.
#11 spot is highest ever in Academic Ranking of World Universities poll of engineering schools.
Grants combine $3.2M from participating companies and $1M from Mtech Maryland Industrial Partnerships Program.
Co-op and Career Services Office assists in placing students with challenging Navy nuclear power programs.
Incoming graduate student specializes in cardiovascular research.
Civil and environmental engineering director of student services lauded for commitment to students.
Clark School student wins Best Overall Project with automatic volume leveler.
Topics include automatic speech recognition, computational imaging, energy efficient data systems.
Talk to focus on the economic forces that drive Internet attacks and the modern cyber-criminal ecosystem.
Canon U.S. Life Sciences senior fellow developing system for rapid diagnosis of disease.
Engineering, science and public policy faculty to lead center with economists, social scientists.
Civil engineering professors to develop smart bridge system with tech transfer opportunities.
Undergrads serve as team captains in Viva TechnologyTM
high school outreach activities.
Alumnus Kalantari creates technology and company to save lives, improve maintenance.
Mechanical engineering professor recognized for contributions to the field of solid fuels.
Joint team to develop automated machine designed to expedite the diagnosis of infectious diseases.
Second-year aero grad student part of small inaugural class of fellows.
Effectiveness and efficiency garner Board of Regents Award for Director of Computing.
Human-powered helicopter team completes second step toward Sikorsky Prize with 12.4-second flight.
Fire protection engineering chair named 2010-2011 Provost’s Faculty Academic Advisor of the Year.
Ranking incorporates job growth, education, entrepreneurship.
Clark School says good-bye to former professor, chair and dean.
Research proposal on quantum information processing earns professor prestigious grant.
Professor designs nanomaterials used to improve efficiency of sustainable fuels, fuel cells.
Professor offers expertise in nanotech, energy devices and flexible electronics.
Mechanical engineering professor selected by National Academy of Engineering as "emerging leader."
Seek blend of military and academic personnel perspectives to generate new technologies.
Finding by Clark School researchers could lead to new air speed and stall detectors for aircraft.
Fire protection engineering program is the only one offering accredited undergraduate degrees.
Sarah Bergbreiter is principal investigator for NSF program.
Mechanical engineering society's InterPACK event honors former ME chair.
Clark School hosts international symposium on fire safety science.
Rethink nanotechnology to convert a car's waste heat into electrical power.
Aviation operations collaboration is worth up to $60 million over length of contract.
C. Frank Wheatley (B.S. '51) honored for contributions to the electrical engineering field.
Clark School researchers write letter to editor of Journal of American Medical Association
Fédération Aéronautique Internationale to begin evaluation of flight for world records.
Partnership supports students, faculty and postdoc research in nanobiotechnology, cybersecurity, computing, and sensors.
Minta Martin Professor Rama Chellappa, a Distinguished Faculty Research Fellow and Distinguished Scholar-Teacher, will assume new role July 1.
Emphasis on innovation and tech commercialization; closer relationships with USM institutions; multidisciplinary, large-scale collaborations.
Joint efforts to target bioengineering, renewable energy, nanomaterials, microsystems, education.
Alexander Brown remembered for energy and leadership.
"The Future of Online Identity" will take place June 16 at 4:30 p.m.
Honor recognizes work in stealth antennas, counter-IED technologies, electromagnetic weapons.
ME senior receives the university's highest honor awarded to a graduating senior.
Undergrads nominate teachers for their approachability, concern and support for students.
Science Center honors metabolic engineering expert, high-profile grant winner who guides successful students.
Burkina Faso team led by ChBE junior Matthew Conway will expand water, electricity infrastructure.
"Gamera" takes flight, sets world record with female pilot aboard.
At annual event, Dean Pines cites long-serving and new staff members.
Zachary Russ selected for National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship.
Research will aid in prevention and treatment of atrial fibrillation.
Balakumar Balachandran, James Milke picked to lead mechanical engineering, fire protection engineering.
Conference on Cybersecurity for the Commercial Nuclear Power Industry To Be Hosted by UMD on May 4-5.
Reiser played a major role in establishing particle beam physics as an academic discipline.
Serial entrepreneur and alumnus to address spring graduates.
Betz, Rubloff develop new spectroscopy method to detect toxins, explosives, viruses.
Collier Trophy-winning helicopter sets unofficial speed record of 290 mph.
Hung Chang and Anchen Wang Lin Fund establishes new awards to encourage innovation.
Five Clark School students to receive support towards completing their dissertations.
Program recognizes outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported fields.
University System of Maryland honors former UM president for scholarly achievement and service.
Chancellor Kirwan also to take part in Google and UMD Cybersecurity Seminar April 21.
Former NASA administrator Michael Griffin to head American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics board.
Muro Group seeks to improve enzyme replacement therapy for Fabry disease with new nanocarriers.
ChBE junior receives premier award for undergraduates.
Clark School teams won three out of four top prizes in technology commercialization competition.
Students invited to hear industry, government, academic leaders present latest advances.
Aris Mardirossian (B.S. '74, M.S. '75) receives Clark School's Distinguished Alumnus award.
Clark School demonstrates impact of its transportation research for federal officials.
2011 study shows that engineering graduates still earn the fattest paychecks.
Rotorcraft Active Crash Protection System Development Team wins American Helicopter Society award.
Google's Cerf proposes technical, policy measures to improve Internet security.
Award will support medical simulation and modeling dissertation research.
MEMS Materials and Processes Handbook
is practical resource for academics, engineers, students.
Decision and Game Theory for Security
addresses privacy, network security, authentication, and more.
Series kicks off April 7 with Dr. Vint Cerf: "Can We Make the Internet Safer?"
Talks promote public awareness of science's role in society.
Board of Visitors chairman recognized by The Washington Business Journal.
Bentley, Payne receive USM Regents' Awards for nano-bio device work.
Team will compete against seven other finalists at national competition in San Antonio in April.
Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, Bethesda Chapter, provides scholarships for local engineering, computer science students.
College Park Scholars students support DOE's middle school competition about science literacy.
First undergraduate scholarship beneficiaries of landmark $1 million gift named.
Experiment launches with Shuttle Discovery to International Space Station.
Clark School, government and industry address plant cybersecurity in May conference.
ECE professor honored for influential scholarly work in signal processing and communications.
Grant supports development of legs that can move microrobots quickly over rough terrain.
Researchers who make training games for first responders win local Global Game Jam.
Team designs, constructs run-off project, seeks spring planting volunteers.
Professor honored for bringing passion for learning, research to colleagues and students.
Faculty and student team executive summaries due February 27.
Leading researchers will discuss cyber-physical systems, NOAA satellites, and dragonfly flight.
Professor and entrepreneur is ADVANCE Professor for Women Faculty of Color.
Clark School and NSF offer unique undergraduate research experience, with stipend.
Cybersecurity education, research and technology development basis for new relationship.
Funding will bring well-known robotics experts to campus for special lectures.
Maryland holds onto #2 overall spot; ranks #1 in human capital, academic R&D.
Clark School researchers demonstrate Scotch tape can create X-rays.
Mechanical engineering senior receives full support for sustainability studies in UK.
Student team risk assessment activity earns 3E prize for Hinman CEOs director.
Constellation Energy awards team "Energy to Educate" grant.
Mechanical engineering major will use funds towards study of micro and nanotech.
"Frustrated nanomagnets," peptide self-assembly efforts seek denser computer memory, new bio-inspired materials.
Clark School draws 70 percent of its students from best in nation.
ECE professor recognized for high number of citations his publications received from fellow researchers.
UMERC director appointed to Board of Directors of the Maryland Clean Energy Center.
NSF-Backed initiative seeks to improve success, retention of transfer students.
Anh Duong (B.S. '82) addresses Class of 2010.
Allocation of a chair is a major event of international scientific life.
Speakers included Sen. Ben Cardin, former Director of National Security Mike McConnell.
Event will feature keynote by Former Director of National Intelligence Mike McConnell.
Homeland security official and chemical engineer to address winter grads.
In breakthrough batteries, virally structured nano-electrodes boost energy capacity 10-fold.
Cited for pioneering work in combinatorial materials science.
National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship supports crew protection research.
Three civil engineering students receive scholarships.
Deborah Goodings recognized for work at Clark School, Engineers Without Borders.
System would detect ionization of air surrounding shipping containers holding radioactive material.
ECE professor and alumna publish book on game theory and its applications to cognitive networking.
Three Clark School students and their college and high school mentors honored.
Defense contractor supports graduate students in strategic areas, primes recruitment pipeline.
Program will create next generation of nano experts.
New NSF-funded UM program seeks to advance women faculty in science, engineering.
Granatstein, Nusinovich propose new scheme for detecting materials in shipping containers.
ARCS Foundation honors students' chemical sensor, tumor localization research.
50-year career in radiation chemistry and physics honored at conference.
ECE professor one of 53 selected to attend annual Frontiers of Engineering Education symposium.
ECE faculty member earns highest honor bestowed upon early-career scientists and engineers in the U.S.
Research is contributing to cost effective development and deployment of many safety and security-critical cyber-physical systems.
Explore undergraduate and graduate student research opportunities in robotics, sensors, networks.
Please join the Clark School and university in remembering distinguished staff member.
Cluster for Research in Complex Computations Laboratory founder honored.
Team develops nanometers-thick, protective coatings for silver art, artifacts.
Maryland Daily Record
honors her for invention that improves cell phone sound quality.
White Symposium to highlight dramatic uses of satellite technology.
Stresses 'more-than-tech' solutions for government and private sectors.
Inventor discusses new technology, entrepreneurship, personal philosophy.
Alumnus Briskman newest Innovation Hall of Fame honoree.
Professor served as the provost and acting president of the Petroleum Institute.
Alumnus will oversee program that offers innovative blend of technical, management, and policy instruction.
List recognizes Maryland high schools that send the most students to the Clark School.
Honor recognizes leadership in education and advancement of women engineers.
Agreement expands research, development and engineering efforts between the two entities.
Award recognizes Mtech founding director's extraordinary contributions to campus.
Oehrlein, Seog will be first to characterize effects on biological molecules at the monolayer level.
Wang, Guo create longer-lasting electrode using 3D polymer structure, silicon nanoparticles.
Endowed scholarship honors late UMD CIO, BioE Director; aids Great Expectations
Gift recognizes importance of nanofabrication research to electronics industry.
Wall Street Journal
polls large employers on universities from which they recruit most heavily.
Government officials, industry representatives, prospective students attend Maryland Robotics Day.
Briber leads effort to develop new instrumentation, measurement techniques.
Morphing-rotor technology earns support from Bell/Boeing and Boeing Phantom Works.
New high-field spectrometer will help solve problems in biology, medicine, biofuels.
Assistant professor studies protein engineering as applied to neurodegenerative diseases.
Microscopy, spectroscopy and microanalysis used to analyze bronze art, preserve sculpture.
Chemical engineering professor plans to share experiences with students this fall.
Materials group's nanotube study could improve computer processor, turbine generator efficiency.
Grant will fund civil engineering research into designs for new unconventional intersections.
Current University of Iowa Executive VP and Provost named new U-Md. President, effective November 1
Novel technology to make speech clear for mobile phones, related communications.
New partnership expands program, places students in federal labs.
Demonstration project to make green campus greener, aid Anacostia.
Students present their accomplishments after 11-week research program.
Toyota agrees to license Clark School professor and board member's patents for hybrid vehicle technology.
Ruhr University partnership generates new research, exchanges students and faculty members.
Robotics @ Maryland and Tortuga IV come in third among U.S. teams.
Raghavan group aids development of non-toxic oil recovery agent.
Bee study could improve micro air vehicle agility in wind gusts.
Summer workshop will improve K-12 engineering, math education.
Espy-Wilson's technology eliminates background noise in cell phones, speech communications.
Dutch seek Katrina expert's insight on rising sea levels, flood risk reduction.
Aerospace engineering students win American Helicopter Society, NASA design competitions.
Clark School team develops "smart" alloy for cooling systems.
Professors bring expertise in structural biology, biophysics to department.
Professor will manage 3 facilities, compliance, safety and security.
Professor to begin term August 23, 2010.
World-class failure analysis, safety modeling laboratory under development.
Quynh Nguyen (Ph.D. '03, chemical engineering) attends Summer Institute at Oxford.
L-3 Communications funds student programs, scholarships and fellowships, supports Great Expectations
Anonymous donor assists students with immediate financial need, supports Great Expectations
Clark School's Top 25 Source Schools fare well in ranking.
Clark School faculty start-up wins with rechargeable, flexible, thin-film battery technology.
Ankem, Christou, and Moderres to create new modules for nuclear, reliability, and sustainability engineering programs.
Clark School-ASU undergrad team wins at NASA competition.
TerpsRacing Baja team places 4th overall, first out of U.S. teams at competition.
ECE professor Joseph JaJa will serve as interim VP and Chief Information Officer for the University of Maryland.
Burkina Faso work recognized by National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying.
Jeong H. Kim (Ph.D. '91, reliability engineering) honored for innovations and entrepreneurship.
Framework for current and future cooperation with Lockheed Martin worth at least $3 million.
Five Clark School-affiliated companies named finalists for Incubator Company of the Year.
Study to define how mechanical stress affects cells' differentiation, growth.
Bentley to provide nano-bio drug delivery expertise in close collaboration.
Future Faculty Fellow attends workshop on integrating sustainability into course curricula.
Clark School faculty promotions, moves announced.
Company led by Clark School professor, board member named state's High Tech Company of the Year.
Materials science and engineering undergraduate program joins Academic Common Market.
State named "a potential leader in jobs and prosperity" by National Chamber Foundation.
Researcher Igor Smolyaninov describes how metamaterials can be used to explain aspects of the Universe.
NSF supports work by Miller-Hooks on passenger, freight transport systems.
Clark School explores technology development along the I-270 Tech Corridor.
Purdue University alumnus and Clark School professor Rama Chellappa to be honored by alma mater.
National Science Foundation supports research for "provable and unconditional" wireless security.
includes state in listing of those that are entrepreneurship-friendly.
Watch surgery and learn about entrepreneurship, senior design projects, and research.
Aerospace Corporation president and CEO to address Clark School grads.
Ten staff members recognized for "milestone" service.
Speech software from Clark School's Espy-Wilson wins top prize, Citrin Award.
WTTG Fox 5 broadcasts live from ENES100 hovercraft competition at the Kim Building.
Gene therapy carrier for breast cancer wins $45K including Citrin Impact Award.
$560K gift establishes Warren Citrin Engineering Graduate Fellowships, supports Great Expectations
Attendees share emerging research on human health.
MEGA formed to create a dialog between graduate students and department/Clark School officials.
Paley studies schooling fish to improve motion coordination in unmanned vehicle teams.
Undergraduate will help facilitate student processional.
Biomedical device inventor, Clark School benefactor to deliver entrepreneurial lecture.
"Double-flame" research seeks to improve soot combustion, reduce pollutants.
Campus water projects, flushing technology comprise winning entries.
IEEE recognizes ME professor, CALCE director with Exceptional Technical Achievement Award.
Sophoria Westmoreland, mechanical engineering grad student, receives Black Engineer awards.
Annual Honors & Awards ceremony recognizes stellar students.
ECE graduate students win prestigious, university-wide fellowship supporting quality dissertations.
Visit the Clark School Saturday for demonstrations, hands-on activities and more.
University's "Watershed" house to compete on National Mall in fall of 2011.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton names CivE Prof. Gerry Galloway a senior fellow.
Departments of Defense, Energy fund $15M "combi" studies on superconductors, magnets.
Raffled test drives, presentations put focus on technology and sustainability.
Speech enhancing algorithm, high-density energy storage cells named best of '09.
Stormwater, river management, pollution experts to present at Earth Day event.
Group to develop new treatments for genetic diseases affecting lungs, brain.
Junior ME major, Truman Scholar also wins award for environmental activism and studies.
DURIP funds enable purchase of advanced instruments for rotor, materials research.
Alumnus is one of only 17 Office of Naval Research honorees nationwide.
Visiting scholar chooses Clark School based on faculty members' international
Ali Haghani to lead Center for Integrated Transportation Systems Management.
Aerospace, mechanical engineering students receive premier award for undergraduates.
Blood-clotting foam takes top prize in security division.
Mechanical engineering undergrad recognized for leadership.
BioE research in Journal of Neuroscience
could benefit those with movement disorders.
Students represent 3 of 5 finalists; Hagen takes 3rd prize.
Martha Connolly receives President's Award at Greater Baltimore Committee Bioscience Awards ceremony.
Grad student Parag Banerjee's group develops new nanocircuit to power electronic devices.
Research focuses on rechargeable wireless communication networks that harvest energy from the environment.
Civil engineering, ISR professor to lead highly-regarded chapter of student service group.
Research aims to reduce pollution from soot oxidation.
Corporate Partner provides funding to assist student groups affected by University budget cuts.
2007 UM Solar Decathlon entry one of 25 sustainable homes in Prefabulous and Sustainable
$3.2M NSF grant funds effort to transform poplar trees into biofuel.
Program to benefit Clark School undergraduate and graduate students, research programs.
Concept design being prepared for submission to Department of Energy.
Undergraduate to study quorum sensing, inhibition of bacterial communication.
Professors featured on Thomson Reuters' ISIHighlyCited.com.
Advanced visualization and data fusion system helped emergency management officials.
Maryland joins prominent network of 10 institutions worldwide focused on parallel computing.
Maryland high school students first in report on Advanced Placement testing.
explores modeling for multimedia systems, signal processing.
State accounts for almost half of new computer sector jobs nationally in 2009.
Jafar Saniie (B.S. '74) recognized for ultrasonic signal processing work.
Shamma and team show neurons' surprising adaptability in sound processing.
Fischell Fellow's commentary on his country's past, present and future published by New America Media.
Clark School's nanofactories could be next big step in antimicrobial treatment.
Assistant professor will study oil and gas management, CO2
Society of Automotive Engineers cites professor's work in reliability of automotives, avionics.
Clark School-sponsored event focused on preventing, identifying and treating war-related injuries.
The university is one of only 14 universities to receive the designation by the U.S. government.
CEE professor to review U.S. government's water resources policy.
ranks Maryland public schools best in nation for second year.
Future engineers learn about "smart" traffic tech, use accident training simulator.
's ranks campus 8th among public colleges.
James Hubbard, Jr., publishes new structures text.
Graduate and undergraduate papers ranked best in region.
Funds support design of nano-tech coherent dielectric barriers for quantum computing.
ECE Professors receive IEEE Signal Processing Society's two highest awards.
Deloitte lauds company led by ECE professor, Board of Visitors member.
Gerry Galloway among researchers who recommend river reconnection to prevent flooding disasters.
Micro and nano-scale power generation experts tour labs, review research.
Undergraduate will help facilitate Dec. '09 student processional.
Air Force supports development of passively morphing wing for increased lift, agility.
Michael Williams helped to save lives after Aberdeen Proving Ground accident.
Professor honored for professional achievement, scientific and service contributions to society.
ME student to receive prestigious National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) award.
Professor recognized for leadership in bioengineering education.
Student start-up company’s blood-clotting foam "most promising" in international competition.
Milchberg receives funding for groundbreaking research in laser plasma filaments.
Charles E. Waggner '54 establishes Goodings Professorship, advances Great Expectations
Bone tissue engineering technology takes top prize.
New program supports electrical, computer engineering Ph.D.s, advances Great Expectations
For making today's electronics cooler--literally--Bar-Cohen wins Luikov Medal.
Clark School researcher-entrepreneurs named Innovators of the Year.
Visiting scientist researches invisibility cloak technology, Big Bang modeling, superlens microscope.
Alumni Buno Pati and Phil Wiser founded the start-up TV network.
Twelve student teams competed in the second annual robotics competition.
Collaboration will help ease local traffic congestion through better communications.
ChBE undergraduate brings One Laptop Per Child program to Madagascar.
Clark School co-sponsors symposium on transportation, growth and economy.
Can Korman (B.S. '85, M.S. '87 and Ph.D. '90), electrical engineering) promoted at George Washington University.
Dean honored for research, technical program management and academic vision and leadership.
The endowed professorship appointment begins January 2010.
Young faculty development award will support research on nuclear system reliability.
NSHP chooses professor to boost opportunities, recognition, and recruitment of students.
Linda Hudson will continue on Women in Engineering Program board.
Choi first to model removal of BPA during manufacturing.
Alumnus celebrated for his influence on today's electronic devices.
Event co-sponsored by IEEE Robotics and Automation Society D.C. chapter.
Several Baltimore and Washington, D.C., television stations to air stories.
Eastern States Section of the Combustion Institute meets on campus this week.
Aerospace engineering students solve 60-year-old design dilemma.
UM tests its flu preparedness with help of Jeffrey Herrmann's clinic model.
Listing IDs 25 Md. high schools that send the most students to the Clark School.
Research Review Day showcases technology advancements in electrical and computer engineering.
Three receive Achievement Rewards for College Scientists awards at U.S. Supreme Court.
NSF grant for work fundamental to flexible electronics, next-generation bioactive implants.
White Symposium to discuss how electronic devices influence modern life.
Al-Sheikhly, Livingston win National Academies IDEA grant to improve important test.
Robert Stoll (B.S. '69, chemical engineering) specializes in anti-piracy, intellectual property.
Jump in funding from $111 million to $171 million over the past year.
$300K goes to Mehdi Kalantari for research into large-scale wireless sensor networks.
NSF grant for research to reduce carbon footprint of large data-storage centers.
Yu group pursues MRI imaging of biomaterials injected to repair tissue.
AeroE professor to lead research initiatives for up to three years.
Recovery funds go to Derek Paley for improving control of unmanned aircraft.
Project to use high performance computing for cardiovascular modeling.
An interdisciplinary team of Clark School faculty wins multi-year grant.
Mtech establishes living-learning entrepreneurship program for freshmen, sophomores.
NSF grant supports research to authenticate digital speech content, thwart malicious editing.
New Institute for Systems Research leader to take reigns October 1.
Keynote speaker: Steve Fetter, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.
Research could improve error-correction coding for Internet data transmission, data storage.
Symposium to help mid-Atlantic alternative energy, conservation entrepreneurs find financial resources.
Min Wu has received the prestigious IEEE Mac Van Valkenburg award for outstanding teaching.
Free intellectual property assistance offered through Mtech's TAP incubator.
John Fisher becomes director of the Undergraduate Program in Bioengineering.
Faculty, students appear on Science Channel, ABC, Discovery.com.
Research could allow for new class of software, boosting productivity, security.
Accreditation retroactive to 2007.
Semiconductor Research Corporation/DARPA fund research on microelectronics and systems.
Prof. Mark J. Lewis takes helm September 14.
Real-time traffic monitoring, prediction system for Ocean City garners state, federal funds.
undergrad rankings include 5 Clark School programs in Top 20.
"Research Experiences for Teachers" will focus on biology-inspired technology and systems.
Project focuses on model checking, abstract interpretation for embedded control, systems biology.
Buno Pati, ECE alumnus, is 2009 Innovation Hall of Fame inductee.
Inventor honored for hybrid engine design used in Toyota vehicles.
Prestigious fellowship will support alum's research in high energy physics.
Students present their summer research accomplishments at annual MERIT/TREND fair.
CITSM Director Philip J. Tarnoff has been appointed to chair a VDOT panel.
Research designed to increase effectiveness of lithium ion batteries.
Professor is Co-PI on new grant for research to help tongue cancer patients' speech.
M.S. student Soujanya Kedilaya, an advisee of Prof. Shuvra Bhattacharyya, is named TI Scholar.
Former Clark School Board of Visitors member to help govern university system.
Part of National Federation of the Blind event with Aero students, faculty.
Rajeev Barua, colleagues, will collaborate with Princeton, BAE on $11.5 million program.
Recent study shows that engineering graduates earn the fattest paychecks.
Ghodssi uses tobacco mosaic virus in fabrication of energy storage devices.
CivE professor to help lead Masters of Engineering and Public Policy Program.
Students' amateur radio high altitude balloon tops previous record by nearly 3,000 feet.
Modeling program to assist public health officials in fight against swine flu.
Electric guitars, developed by Clark School professor, students, expand sound range, control.
Trauma Solutions a finalist in corporate-sponsored $250K business plan contest.
Aero students dominate in first year of international satellite design competition.
University recognizes Clark School's graduate student council.
Research focuses on low-friction, long-life microball bearings for PowerMEMS devices.
Clark School Center for Energetics Concepts Development celebrates 10th anniversary.
Natural system to reduce pollution, flooding result of university-community partnership.
Researcher receives Hal Andrews "Young Engineer/Scientist" for micro-air-vehicle advances.
Ghodssi, Yu lead research projects that won in state competition.
Hydrogen Seminar at Clark School includes preview of Chevy Equinox.
$35K gift supports purchase of prototyping software and equipment, promotes innovation.
New four-course graduate program begins Fall 2009.
Vilnius Gediminas Technical University awards CivE professor Doctor Honoris Causa
OIT IT director and ECE/ME/ISR faculty honored for work in information assurance research.
Fuel cell expert, national panelist Eric Wachsman to lead energy research efforts.
Conservation advocate Philip Hannam serves as student speaker.
Three-credit Technology Start-Up Ventures course is open to all students.
Aerospace teams capture top Wing Design/Build/Test awards at SAMPE '09.
Phillip Hannam receives the university’s highest honor awarded to a graduating senior.
Discussion of Women In Engineering Program on 1450 AM Saturday at 8 a.m.
ISR director, ECE professor named dean of UAEU's College of Information Technology.
Annual Honors & Awards ceremony recognizes stellar students.
Thirteen staff members recognized for "milestone" service.
UM president, ME professor to serve four-year term with National Academy of Engineering.
DOE to award $14M for nanotech storage technology crucial to renewable energy success.
High-capacity battery, Third World micro-power grids, other business plan winners.
ECE members to work on multidisciplinary research projects awarded by DoD.
Shenqiang Ren (materials science and engineering) takes first place and $1,500 prize.
For consultation on new U. of Salzburg Masters program in embedded signal processing.
UM 2007 Solar Decathlon design wins "Award for Distinctive Residential Architecture."
Prius hybrid engine inventor to address Clark School graduates.
BioE grad student developing oral chemotherapy drug delivery system.
Places 17th among all graduate engineering programs, 9th among public programs.
Aerospace engineering senior Ryan Lebois named UM's Undergraduate Researcher of the Year.
TerpsRacing 3rd overall against 100 teams in international competition.
Term with American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics to begin in May.
Engineering students capture 15 percent of technology agency’s national summer fellowships.
ECE professor to lead organization with more than 15,000 members.
Clark School is first ever to win four categories at an AIAA conference.
Hooman Radfar delivers first Whiting-Turner lecture of spring semester.
Thin battery, nano-velcro and key exchange system named top UM inventions.
Gala to recognize bioengineering benefactor, Chan-Mo Park and Anh Duong.
Russ scores second win; U-Md. students represent 4 out of 5 finalists.
Junior recognized for work in blood-coagulating hydrogels.
Aidikoff selected for scholarship, leadership, and mentorship.
Microscopy Society of America honors MSE grad student for nanotube crystallization paper.
Stipend will support study of carbon traffic in plant cells.
MEMS microscale ball bearing research highlighted in feature article.
Sophoria Westmoreland honored by National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering
Student presents at National Society of Black Engineers Annual Convention.
Maryland NanoCenter researchers create new device to store electrical energy.
Campus memorial service to be held Wednesday, March 25 at 3:00 pm in the University Chapel.
Dan Goodman (B.S. '87, EE) appointed by Gov. Martin O'Malley.
Alum worked for 40 years at Lockheed and was designer in Skunkworks project.
Award benefits minorities completing Ph.D. studies.
Microcantilever research is featured in the February 2009 Research@
NSF award to fund research on helicon radio-frequency plasma generation.
Engineering student inspires QUEST program project connecting Ukrainian orphans with higher ed.
Jacobs brings 18+ years in industry to Center for Advanced Transportation Technology.
Alumni asked to join in effort to improve student experience.
Former NASA head receives National Space Trophy.
Award to fund research in Orthopaedic Mechanobiology Laboratory.
ECE assistant professor earns award for research on photonic quantum information processing.
$200K gift for equipment also benefits Great Expectations
Traffic systems expert also featured in NPR, ABC News Inauguration traffic stories.
CEE professor, water expert to serve on advisory commission.
lists Jeong Kim among "12 Most Creative Minds of 2008."
Prevent Cancer Foundation to support Chen's biopsy guidance technique.
Endowed professorship in chemical engineering supported by alumni gift.
National Academy of Sciences Transportation Research Board honors visualization research.
70% of students come from top-ranked State of Maryland K-12 system.
University program recognizes outstanding teaching and scholarly achievement.
Andre Marshall receives award for work to improve fire suppression.
Awards fund evaluation of biodefense, fire suppression technologies’ commercial viability.
Academic institutions, Navy announce engineering education and research program in Southern Maryland.
Incoming dean Darryll Pines, alumnus Gordon England '61 star.
Pres. Bush taps mechanical engineering professor for second 4-year term.
Deputy defense secretary and Clark School alum to address engineering grads.
Maryland College Personnel Association recognizes Nicole Roop for professional service.
Presents work on treatment of traumatic facial injuries.
Clark School AOE chapter strives to promote the advancement of female engineers.
Mtech to administer funds for startups that help Chesapeake Bay.
Research seeks to lower power requirements and improve scalability for desktop supercomputing.
Aaron Fisher (ChBE), Parag Banerjee (MSE) receive first fellowship awards.
ECE alumnus and Advisory Board member endows new scholarship for undergrads.
Est. 2006, Women in ECE fosters community among female students in department.
Clark School engineers discover new material to reduce lead in electronics, landfills.
Clark School tech startup led by ECE's Gilmer Blankenship takes $500K prize.
New biomaterial designed to stop bleeding.
UM Engineers Without Borders chapter hosts hundreds, features Peace Corps deputy director.
Mechanical engineering students benefit from Shapiro and Duncan scholarship.
PANOPTIS uses echolocation and optic flow sensors for micro air vehicles.
Students and staff create software for “Games for Health Game Jam” Competition.
ARCS scholarship support reaches $500,000.
Campus ranked at #9 in Kiplinger's
rating of public colleges.
Clark School chapter hosts National Society of Black Engineers leadership event.
Professor recognized for contributions to UMD's international programs.
International conference on women in physics celebrates achievements.
Research center will contribute valuable technology innovations to Navy and DoD systems.
Chair of Clark School’s Department of Aerospace Engineering becomes Dean and Farvardin Professor.
Deputy secretary of defense and alumnus counsels Clark School students.
ECE faculty member recognized by Bulgarian president for work in IT.
New competition will measure speed, accuracy on elliptical campus course.
Multidisciplinary engineering curriculum available on-campus and 100 percent online.
Grad student Brady advises biological systems engineering department.
Four civil engineering students take part in summer internship/scholarship opportunity.
Company founded by Prof. Gilmer Blankenship is one of two American finalists.
Clark School researchers introduce new era of miniaturization in machines.
ME professor to collaborate with University of Maryland School of Medicine.
Grad student wins second Wells Fellowship.
Grad student invited to conference and to submit solicited research to journal.
Alex Severinsky is 2008 Clark School Innovation Hall of Fame inductee.
NSF report: UM near top in black undergrads who pursue Ph.D.'s in science, engineering.
Anik Singal is one of the Top 25 Best Entrepreneurs for 2008.
Aerospace Corporation honor goes to David B. Mayo.
WTTG (Wash., D.C.) broadcast live from Neutral Buoyancy facility, Kim Plaza Thursday a.m.
Barch gift supports scholarship in chemical engineering and golf.
Campus programs ranked in top 3 of Aviation Week
Balaras, Muro and White arrive for Fall '08.
His Clinic Planning Model Generator is used by public health departments across the country.
Aerospace students win first place in the 25th Annual American Helicopter Design Competition.
Gordon England, B.S. '61, electrical engineering, to deliver Whiting-Turner lecture Oct. 16.
Clark School engineers out to thaw the mysteries of ice.
Clark School students part of first-place team in international contest.
Event in Abu Dhabi will explore next 25 years of oil and gas issues.
Research will assess use of fully automated vehicles for mass transit.
Appointments to group of distinguished educators effective as of July 1.
Contract awarded to study Lunar Surface Systems and Minimum Habitation Functions.
Phillip Merrill Presidential Scholars Program honors students from BioE, FPE.
Company becomes ECE Corporate Affiliate, aids Great Expectations
campaign, with $15K gift.
Pratik Dave is one of first five recipients of the scientific travel grants.
ME student Rishi Raj, professor Jungho Kim flew on European Space Agency ship.
Mayfly-mimicking sensor may improve detection in stagnant environments.
Professor consulted for Washington Post
Lead-free piezoelectric material discovered with combinatorial thin film strategy.
AccuStrata, TRX Systems, Zymetis win Incubator Company of the Year awards.
L'Oreal USA Fellowship for Women in Science awarded to alumna.
TI contributes gift of $10K to department's 100th anniversary celebration.
"Frontiers of Engineering" targets exceptional young engineers.
Sarah E. Gingrich Firebaugh Memorial Scholarship aids Great Expectations
Undergraduate DeMuth recognized at Commencement '08.
Clark School students win/place in Texas Instruments' Vision for Voice Contest.
ECE recognizes Prof. Steven Tretter, a UM alumnus, for 42 years of service.
Greg Teitelbaum is currently featured on the University of Maryland website.
The Operations Academy is about to begin its third session.
Research part of work by Raghavan group and student startup.
Two ECE students and one from BioE among the recipients.
ChBE professor named provost and dean for faculty at Mills College.
ECE alumni Pati and Wiser attract attention with creation of new network alternative to cable.
Class captures real-world challenges with open-ended problems, team-based collaboration.
UM agrees to exchange of faculty, students with Pakistani university.
Civil engineering associate professor to chair University Senate in 2009-2010.
ECE affiliate faculty member Ashok Agrawala will direct new MAXWell Lab.
Six winners were selected from eight finalist teams.
New bio-sensors could speed up and improve the detection of pathogens, explosives.
Reza Ghodssi is recognized for sustained and influential scientific and scholarly work.
Local NBC station to feature Roy McCauley, Clark School/Terps Racing alum.
Department will mark 100th anniversary with forum events, gala September 26-27.
New bioengineering wing dedicated; 2008 Fischell Fellow announced.
Aero grad students' autonomous vehicle video takes first, others receive honorable mentions.
Junior, two seniors take top three spots in technical paper competition.
$25K gift enables project in Africa, aids Great Expectations campaign.
Clark School faculty and students earn two Invention of the Year awards.
Madeline Kirk announced as first recipient of Anderson Scholarship in Aerospace Engineering.
Aero student's research focuses on study of low Reynold’s number aerodynamics.
Fischell to appear in Pirates of Penzance
New lasers are tunable, span longer wavelengths.
BioE grad student to develop fast, portable biosensor.
Honor recognizes continuous work promoting policy on floodplain, wetlands management.
Final Spring '08 Whiting-Turner lecture set for April 17.
$7.6M, 7,400-square-foot addition to Kim Building serves as new department home.
Clark School BoV member, helicopter expert, each to receive award.
Undergraduate one of only 36 U.S. EE students to be awarded funding.
Designation is highest grade of membership bestowed by SAE International.
Microfactories for drug research are one step closer to reality.
Gift of $25,000 boosts milestone celebration, Great Expectations
Seniors wishing to participate in ring ceremony must sign up by April 4.
Award recognizes educational innovation.
Research will develop mechanisms for autonomous jumping microrobots.
DoD awards support projects in remote biometrics, rotorcraft brownouts, stochastic control.
ME junior captures national leadership award for Engineers Without Borders
$10M effort to develop networked micro-vehicles for assisting soldiers.
Ph.D. Alumnus Wen-Hsien Chuang receives highest honor as employee at Intel.
O'Malley helps unveil new process for processing biofuel.
Zymetis Inc. expands Bay-derived technology as newest incubator company.
Electron thermal microscopy allows real-time tests of nanoscale devices in situ
$180,000 AFCEA gift aids Montgomery Co.-based students, Great Expectations
Hendricks Charitable Foundation pledges $450K to Great Expectations
campaign, $1M total to USM.
Nancy Linton (B.S. '98) won for "Outstanding Technical Contribution in Government."
Women in Engineering Program event attracts more than 350 participants.
Award will fund research on how sounds are encoded in the brain.
'92 mechanical engineering grad was part of SAE student group.
Lifetime contribution to water resources policy recognized.
Article on student retention programs cites successes of Clark School's Keystone program.
CATT Lab will be highlighted on the History Channel February 28 at 8 p.m. (EST).
George Kantor's control research contributes to autonomous underwater vehicle's success.
2004 Ph.D. grads Rohit Grover and Tarek Ibrahim co-author book on optical micro-resonators.
Recognition is most prestigious award from Reliability Society of IEEE.
Coordinator for engineering leadership programs named Faculty Advisor of the Year.
Wanda Austin elected to National Academy of Engineering.
Mal O'Neill honored for military technology work.
Alumnus David E. Scott, B.S. '85, CivE, and M.Eng. '00, to start in March.
Current focus is on the Mars Sample Return Mission.
Energy-efficient lighting serves as test for campus-wide implementation.
Real-time traffic reporting is launched via satellite network.
Department reports 64 students earn doctorates last year, an all time high.
Beltsville area scouts learn about automotive science with the help of undergrads.
Sustainable power sources help illuminate community in developing African country.
UM faculty and Petroleum Institute review cooperation success of past year.
Link Plus BioTech, Inc. also names Kofinas CTO.
Fund assists mechanical engineering students, aids Great Expectations
Clark School's Galloway, Link contribute to report, Science
Engineering curriculum recognized by NSF and Institute of Physics.
RWD Technologies founder recognized for career, support of USM.
Fund honors former professor, aids Great Expectations
Brenda Freeman will oversee branding of major cable networks and online businesses.
Program expands training for students, faculty in engineering and sciences.
Scholarship aids students, Great Expectations
Fund benefiting CivE students more than doubles in size, aids Great Expectations
$100K from ECE professor to inspire department, support Great Expectations
Ceremony features awards for outstanding teaching, staff service.
Yingli Fu studied new treatments for chronic eye disease.
Christopher Davis, Igor Smolyaninov create 2-dimensional cloak.
Davis, Smolyaninov superlens microscopy research included in 2007 "Top 100" list.
Event recognizes Energy Education and Research Collaboration between UM, Petroleum Institute.
$25,000 from A. James Clark bolsters anniversary celebration, Great Expectations
Clark School students, faculty, alumni can compete for a share of $50,000.
Maryland Industrial Partnerships honored by the State Science and Technology Institute.
Former dean and current provost, Nariman Farvardin, has starring role.
Entrepreneur, chair of Clark School Board of Visitors, named commencement speaker.
Watch video of Michael Maccoby's presentation.
Professor recognized for work in education, liquid crystal research.
Campus leaps ahead in The Times Higher
QS World University Rankings 2007.
Satellite radio poised for consolidation, broader acceptance.
Gift of $100,000 aids scholarships, Great Expectations
Connecticut resident wins Clark School's Supercomputer Naming Contest with "ParaLeap."
ECE professor, graduate co-write book on multiband OFDM communications systems.
Clark School, Smith School jointly offer Certificate in Innovation.
Blog by Clark School associate professor supports public health emergency preparedness officials.
David Mongan assumed American Society of Civil Engineers post earlier this month.
Lockheed CTO kicks off fall Whiting-Turner lecture series.
Student society to host panels, seminars on nuclear and alternative energy.
Read Innovation Hall of Fame member's remarks on unique character of engineers.
MSE, ME faculty and staff develop new lessons, teaching lab.
Biology for Engineers
takes new approach to classic subject.
Liu, McAvoy part of team to develop innovative radiation therapy for cancer.
ECE chair recognized for his contributions to science and technology.
New option to prepare students for future rolls in education, industry, government.
Alba Serrano and Andy Eisold enrich core studies with International experience.
$500K gift to benefit civil engineering, aid Great Expectations
UM's Solar Decathlon team finishes 2nd overall at national contest.
Clark School develops online training environment for emergency responders.
ECE professor honored by Maryland Daily Record
for new desktop supercomputing technology.
ECE professor earns Clark School award, IEEE SPS Distinguished Lecturer honors.
Donation to benefit international bioengineering graduate students, Great Expectations
Interdisciplinary workshop will bring together individuals from academia, government and industry.
Clark School/NIST collaboration works to make hydrogen fuel a practical reality.
White Symposium speakers outline characteristics of great engineers and programs.
CivE alumnus inducted into Innovation Hall of Fame for geotechnical engineering work.
Professorship, part of Fischell endowment, recognizes scientific and scholarly work.
President's Commission on Disability Issues grants honor.
Gift from Jeong H. Kim helps fund reach milestone, supports Great Expectations
ECE professor "gives back" to the Clark School.
Solypsis co-founder Warren Citrin sets up $250K fund, supports Great Expectations
Aerospace Chair Darryll Pines to lead $7.8M/year research project, 20 universities involved.
Magazine lists top 25 programs for undergraduate entrepreneurs.
Course examines how new materials have shaped history.
For optimal consideration, applications should be received by November 19, 2007.
Krizek to be Clark School Innovation Hall of Fame inductee.
Oct. 4 event will explore geotechnical engineering and protecting natural resources.
Cellular and biomolecular engineering research to focus on biofunctionalized devices.
Klauda, Wang arrive Fall 2007; Sriram Spring 2008.
ME professor: password protecting your network is not enough.
Endowment supports energy research, Great Expectations
Undergraduate presenters honored for their 11-week research internship projects.
Honor recognizes lifetime service to engineering for ME department chair.
Fund to support students in ME, BioE, and ECE, aid Great Expectations
conference tour to highlight innovative learning facilities.
$5K to aid construction of Solar Decathlon entry, Great Expectations
$250,000 bequest supports women and minority graduate students, aids Great Expectations
State Highway Administration enlists civil engineering department for future research.
New transportation technology seeks to improve information, traffic flow.
ranks state of Maryland 7th in nation.
ECE associate professor identified on publication's "40 Under 40" list.
ME/ISR associate professor joins honors fellows program July 1.
Uzi Vishkin's group develops first easy-to-program parallel processing supercomputer prototype.
Fifteen-year Silicon Valley veteran, graduate of MIT, Stanford and Wharton to lead programs.
MTECH director assumes position July 1, when Dean Farvardin becomes provost.
Former dean honors daughter, aids campaign with gift of $200,000.
Dean develops method for compressing, decompressing images with Mitsubishi Electric Corp.
Professors named Fellows of the Academy for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
Professor among 100 of nation's outstanding young engineers invited to Frontiers event.
Clark School students capture all six Sci/Terp awards.
Entrepreneurship course inspires Clark School graduates to do more with doFlick.
ranks Maryland NanoCenter #5 in education, #7 in research.
New civil engineering initiative graduates first class of students.
Research on regenerating human facial bones garners only College Park award.
Betsy Mendelsohn to lead Science, Technology and Society Program for College Park Scholars.
Pair wrote best paper in communications systems published in IEEE communications journal.
Kim Building namesake inducted into Maryland Business Hall of Fame.
First annual event highlights technology, research, student work, and innovation.
$135K from FM Global benefits fire protection engineering department, campaign.
Clark School commencement will take place at 10 a.m., May 21, in Cole.
Current Clark School dean will assume new position on July 1.
Specializes in repair of musculoskeletal tissues, targeted drug delivery for cancer therapy.
Dean cites need for "10,000 gifts" to reach $185M Great Expectations
New discovery can filter a patient's blood in a process similar to dialysis.
Three winners chosen among nine finalists.
Record number of alumni attend reception, talk by John Porcari.
The Princeton Review
ranks program #6 among graduate engineering schools.
MedImmune will participate in the Fischell Festival Career Fair on May 3.
Research exchange that began in CEEE brings international flavor to Clark School.
Fire protection engineering professor also selected as 2007’s grand prize winner.
Art Collins, Whiting-Turner lecturer, to speak on improving healthcare through technology.
Event to highlight how engineers can improve life for millions of people.
University alumni association honors NASA administrator, four others with Clark School ties.
Undergrad recruitment director seeks international experiences for Clark School students.
Corporate user ASR&D receives grants for future work in Maryland NanoCenter lab.
Dean Farvardin authors "Last Word" column in March 2007 issue.
honors civil engineering researcher for Hurricane Katrina work.
Nine faculty, student, alumni teams selected.
International society recognizes original research, leadership.
Publication profiles pair from electrical and computer engineering and their recent research.
Aerospace fellowship to begin in fall 2007
Raghavan group develops new type of light-based viscosity switch.
Martins, Yu, Aranda-Espinoza and Marshall selected for 2007 grants.
Former Clark School dean and university provost to take helm on July 1.
Alma mater Rice University recognizes achievements.
Major awards support cross-disciplinary research projects for up to five years.
Higher education institute cites research expenditures and articles among criteria.
$100K donation helps freshmen engineering students in need, advances Great Expectations
Clark School shows in vivo "nanofactories" can make and deliver targeted drugs.
NAE website answers questions, advises, profiles women in engineering.
ECE faculty member is one of 24 rising stars to receive grant.
AOL vice chairman to start spring series with "Shift Happens" March 29.
Advisors ask alumni, corporate partners to help achieve recruitment goals.
Engineers Without Borders team improves quality of life for African village.
Ehrman, Gomez and Duncan join the Clark School Academy of Distinguished Professors.
Dick Duffey, university alum and professor, founded campus nuclear engineering program, reactor.
Weekly "Recyclemania" competition compares universities' environmental efforts.
Winning videos will be used to interest kids in engineering and science.
$100K Berman Pollans gift adds to Great Expectations campaign effort.
Donation memorializes Willis H. Young Jr., an aero alumnus.
Sun, a 2004 ECE Ph.D. graduate, teaches at University of Rhode Island.
for UM's entry—a solar-powered trash and recycling compactor.
Designation demonstrates NanoCenter's important research role on campus and beyond.
Ceremony features awards for outstanding teaching, staff service.
Clark School professor was one of six award recipients.
ECE graduate student Kenneth Ho named 2007 recipient.
Cisco VP focused on need for "continuous innovation."
Traffic research nets $500,000 from Department of Homeland Security.
Dr. Skibniewski named "Professor of Engineering Sciences" from President of Poland
Magazine's November issue highlights Mote's dedication to promoting science and engineering.
Professor elected Permanent Member of the Korea Academy of Science and Technology.
BAE Systems President and CEO Mark Ronald will address December engineering graduates.
Digene CEO discussed company's rise in molecular diagnostics industry.
Mechanical Engineering major Sam Hollenbach shines as QB.
Clark School boasts two representatives among prestigious Scientific American 50 list.
Board of Visitors member named company president and CEO.
Program also provides internships, summer research, and mentors.
Tim Lee was presented with Spirit of Maryland prize at Homecoming.
Southern Maryland facility is expected to open in 2009.
West, Viterbi and Laroia draw full house for White Symposium.
Electrical engineering alumnus inducted into Innovation Hall of Fame for telecommunications inventions.
Cross-UMD team seeks radiation therapy motion solution.
Workshop is a comprehensive, one-day introduction to starting a company.
Clark School honor society chapter is 11-time winner.
170 companies will be represented in the Union on Wednesday, Thursday.
Four-year program teams Clark School's MTECH Ventures, Prince George's Community College.
Campus is No. 15, up three spots from 2005.
von Eschenbach cites the importance of the FDA's link with the University.
Kim Building laboratory will benefit from added chemical analysis capabilities.
Bioengineering benefactor lectures on "Engineering for Humanity, Fun and Profit."
Deutsch Foudation will fund Clark School bioengineering research on the nanoscale.
Rigorous test prep is key to success in challenging engineering classwork.
Two Clark School undergraduates recognized.
National program attracts top students for cross-disciplinary, team-based research.
23 MIPS Projects Worth $4.5M Pursue Health, Safety Challenges.
DARPA to fund James Hubbard's unmanned aeronautical vehicle (UAV).
New initiative brings innovation processes to small, mid-sized manufacturing companies.
ECE alumnus creates prototype for wireless root stimulator.
A material found in crab shells is part of a new sensor system.
The ECE Professor will collaborate with IBM researchers on biometrics authentication systems.
Herrmann's groundbreaking mass vaccination model to be used nationally.
American University of Beirut recognizes civil engineering professor for his transportation work.
$1.5 million grant will support creation of new nanotechnologies.
AHS International selects alumnus for Bagnoud Award.
Texas Instruments funds student research assistantships, graduate fellowships and MERIT program.
Sessions seek to improve K-12 education, inspire students.
Aero engineering team impresses with low-cost human spacecraft design.
Company recognized for work in nanotechnology and semiconductors.
Real-time sensor network on I-70 to Baltimore helps state officials help commuters.
Funds will be used for nanofabrication equipment for Kim Engineering Building FabLab.
New term for current acting director begins July 1.
Clark School MEMS student is second in four years to win.
ECE/ISR alumna is named associate professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering Department.
CALCE director highlights dangers of counterfeit electronics parts in IEEE's Spectrum
Team awarded medals for educational game at TOYchallenge 2006 competition.
Award supports growth of promising young faculty.
Cooperation seeks to enhance collaborative educational and research activities in energy sciences.
ME professor honored for work in undergraduate education.
Dr. Joseph JaJa earned the award for his digital archive preservation research.
Agenda includes university experts, poster sessions and lab tours.
Deputy defense secretary honored for contributions to national security.
New look, navigation earn silver from the Horizon Interactive Awards.
Sessions cover fermentation microbiology, downstream processing, or both.
“Fundamentals” offered in summer and fall, new “Cases” in fall.
$50,000 gift fosters excellent undergraduate teaching skills among faculty.
Clark School benefactor to be honored for work in construction engineering.
Clark School engineers create flexible antenna material.
Historical display honors Glenn L. Martin and Lockheed Martin.
Engineers were on every winning invention team at UM awards.
2D-Security Mark, Electronic Receipts, Affiliate Marketing Companies Take Top Prizes
Brian Hinman, '82, named 2006 Distinguished Engineering Alumnus.
Hands-on activities, demonstrations, historical exhibits, food and more!
Digital fingerprinting technique introduced by Clark School researchers.
New UM invention addresses security of web transactions.
National Building Museum honoring firm for work across nation.
"The House That Kim Built" dominates March issue from engineering education society.
The 16 semifinalist teams include university faculty, students, and young alumni.
BOV Member and management expert to help lead Innovative Biosensors.
Michael Griffin and Gregory Baecher receive National Academy of Engineering honor.
ECE freshman is the second consecutive Clark School winner of this prize.
Clark School has first accredited engineering school-based project management program.
Aerospace graduate honored by New England technology journal.
Cooperation between Maryland and Hanyang develops faculty expertise.
Pres. Mote will address U.S. competitiveness at forum in Washington, D.C.
The UM community will descend on Annapolis to advocate for school funds.
Faculty, students and alumni can enter to win a share of $50K in prizes.
Clark School alumnus and Board of Visitors member sponsors "Jestudo."
Eight Tau Beta Pi engineers visited Mississippi to help with relief efforts.
ECE Assistant Professor Thomas E. Murphy was given a $400,000 NSF CAREER award
Balaji Sampath was recognized for his philanthropic work in India.
IEEE is honoring a group of faculty and alumni for work in multimedia fingerprinting.
Alumnus Gordon England has secured his post as deputy secretary of defense.
Clark School benefactor Robert E. Fischell and his family have donated $31 million to establish a bioengineering department and create an institute for biomedical devices.
Robert Metcalfe's Whiting-Turner lecture, "Ethernet and Entrepreneurship,"
delivered provocative pronouncements on luck, innovation and university
research to an overflow audience.
The Clark School's online Professional Master of Engineering program and other continuing education initiatives can help engineers stay on top of new skills.
The National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) has enlisted the Maryland Center for Nano Science and Engineering (M-CINSE) to research the effects of nanoparticles on living things.
Congress has allocated $3.5 million for the creation of a new space robotics institute that will be led by Clark School researchers.
Clark School researchers have released data on hackers that could change the way system administrators secure their computer systems.
Gary Rubloff and the Maryland Center for Integrated Nano Science and Engineering (M-CINSE) were the focus of PBS's "Nightly Business Report."
Miroslaw Skibniewski has joined the civil and environmental engineering department as Clark Chair in Construction Engineering and Management.
The Gemstone Program's James Wallace has been named 2005 Maryland Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation.
Prof. Virgil Gligor is the winner of the 2006 National Information Systems Security Award.
Clark School Board of Visitors member Linda Gooden has been named Black Engineer of the Year for 2006.
The Clark School's Office of Advanced Engineering Education will offer two professional programs in project management beginning in Spring 2006.
The Clark School's graduate engineering programs are expanding their reach to Hagerstown, Md., beginning in January.
Clark School alumnus W. Jeff Holtzinger, '87 civil engineering, has been elected mayor of Frederick, Md.
Prof. Jeffrey Herrmann has developed free software to help emergency responders run effective vaccination clinics.
They came to UM looking for nanotech collaborators, and brought fine Belgian beer to enhance the networking experience.
Engineering scholarship benefactors and their student recipients met over lunch at the Kim Building this week.
CMSE Director Rosemary Parker will receive UM's 2005 Women of Color Award at a ceremony in November.
Two Clark School alumni on the faculty at other universities will return to campus to coach current students on how to join academia after graduation.
Mechanical engineering undergrad and Gemstone student Jennifer Thompson has won the prestigious Ernest F. Hollings Scholarship.
The Kim Building will be featured at an academic sciences building conference next week.
New findings by Clark School researchers in materials science and engineering could lead to improved performance, and new uses, for titanium alloys.
ECE Prof. Rama Chellappa will deliver the keynote speech at this week's IEEE AutoID 2005 conference.
Irwin Jacobs, co-founder and chairman of QUALCOMM, described the coming super cell phone as "the one device that’s always with you" in this year's first Whiting-Turner Lecture.
The UM Solar Decathlon team won the People's Choice Award at the 2005 Solar Decathlon.
Clark School alumni Jeong H. Kim, '91, and Phil Wiser, '90, will receive top UM and Clark School alumni awards in December.
UM will host the Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge this month.
Alumnus and NASA Administrator Michael Griffin shared his vision for space exploration at the Clark School this week.
University President (and Clark School professor) C.D. Mote, Jr., has won the National Academy of Engineering Founders Award.
Connect with entrepreneurs, investors and new venture experts at this year's Technology Start-Up Boot Camp—free to students and faculty.
AnthroTronix Inc., a former TAP participant, has been named a 2005 Tech Museum Awards Laureate.
The Washington Post's
Steven Pearlstein documented the Kim Building dedication and characterized it as positive sign of change in the local technology community.
Clark School alumna Haitao Zheng has been named one of the top 35 innovators under the age of 35 by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Technology Review magazine
The Innovation Hall of Fame has moved to its new Kim Building home and now includes two new members.
Dwight Williams, Ph.D. '05 nuclear engineering, has been named the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) Young Engineer of the Year.
Electrical and computer engineering (ECE) undergraduate Amon Ducao took a first prize in the 2005 Maryland Engineering Research Internship Teams (MERIT) Fair.
Daniel Lathrop, associate professor of physics, will become acting director of the Institute for Research for Electronics and Applied Physics (IREAP).
TERPBlog, an online forum created for Maryland alumni, uses technology from Squarespace, a company founded by a Hinman CEOs alumnus.
Clark School undergrad Sam Hollenbach is slated to be the Terps' starting quarterback this fall, according to The Washington Post
High school students pitched their ideas for start-up companies as part of the first university-level entrepreneurship course offered by the Clark School's Hinman CEOs Program to pre-college students.
Potomac Publishing, a division of DataStream Content Solutions, LLC—a graduate of the Clark School's Technology Advancement Program (TAP)—has launched a new software product offering real-time analysis of how proposed federal legislation impacts existing law.
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.
columnist Ellen McCarthy gave the Maryland Center for Integrated Nano Science and Engineering (M-CINSE) an 'A' grade in her column "The Download" this week. The center was recently ranked #1 in the nation in nano research and education by Small Times
The U.S. Department of Defense has selected the Clark School’s Center for Reliability Engineering (CFRE), under contract to Wyle Laboratories, to run the DoD’s Reliability Information Analysis Center (RIAC) in an agreement that will bring some $5 million to the school.
Professor Patrick O’Shea has been named the new chair of the Clark School’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE).
Clark School alumnus, benefactor, and educational innovator Brian Hinman, ’82 electrical engineering, has been named Entrepreneur of the Year in Communications and Networking by Ernst & Young.
Clark School faculty will team up with faculty at the University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute (UMBI) to design and implement educational and research programs in the areas of nano-biotechnology and molecular bioprocessing.
Norris Krone is the recipient of this year's Distinguished Engineering Alumnus Award; will be honored at Fifth Annual University of Maryland Awards Gala
Five Clark School faculty received National Science Foundation Faculty Early CAREER Awards.
Scott Magids, director of the innovative Technology Advancement Program (TAP) offered by the Clark School’s MTECH unit, testified before Congress on June 9 about MTECH’s five-part method to accelerate technology commercialization, as applied to bio-terrorism defense.
The University of Maryland will field one of 18 teams in the second Solar Decathlon competition on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., this October.
This week the governors of Maryland and Virginia and the mayor of Washington, D.C., established the Chesapeake Nanotechnology Initiative to accelerate the development of nanotech products and businesses in the region, and the Clark School’s Dean Nariman Farvardin was named to the steering committee and as chair of the Planning and Outreach Working Group.
The Dean’s 2005 State of the School presentation is now available for download.
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.
The spring issue of Engineering@Maryland
, the semi-annual magazine of the Clark School, is now available online.
The new Maryland Center for Integrated Nano Science and Engineering (M-CINSE), recently ranked first in the nation in nano research and education, has opened its doors in the Kim Engineering Building and invited the participation of academic, industrial, financial and legislative partners from Maryland and the nation.
Innovative Biosensors , a College Park start-up and a member of the Clark School's Technology Assistance Program (TAP), has been named the 2005 Maryland Life Science Incubator Company of the Year.
Dr. Paige Smith, director of the Clark School's Women in Engineering Program, represented a national group that rallied senators to encourage more women to participate in science.
Dr. Hratch Semerjian, acting director of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, will be the commencement speaker at the Clark School graduation ceremony.
CEAM has committed $200,000 to fund four scholarships for Clark School undergraduate civil and environmental engineering students.
Debbie Sweet, a junior chemical engineering major, is one of three University of Maryland recipients of the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship.
Andrew Parker has been awarded the opportunity to pursue graduate studies in sustainable development at Cambridge University.
The grant is the highest award available from the FIRE Act program. This is the first time it has been bestowed to fund research.
Clark School board member Linda Gooden and Mark Anstey, president of a TAP start-up company, were honored by the Tech Council of Maryland as Executive of the Year and Entrepreneur of the Year, respectively.
Raul Fernandez was the final speaker in the Spring 2005 semester's Whiting-Turner Business and Entrepreneurial Lecture Series.
At the university's 2005 Maryland Day, visitors had the opportunity to explore how the Clark School is changing the world.
Robert J. Corliss was the most recent speaker in the Whiting-Turner Business and Entrepreneurial Lecture Series.
Secretary of Business & Economics for the state of Maryland praised the Clark School of Engineering for helping make Maryland a "knowledge economy."
The U.S. Senate confirmed the appointment of Dr. Michael D. Griffin, Ph.D. '77, Aerospace, to lead NASA.
Gordon England, '61, has been nominated by President Bush to fill the position of Deputy Secretary of Defense.
Public policy, business and engineering experts debated international energy issues in a panel hosted by the new Master of Engineering and Public Policy program.
The Maryland Industrial Partnerships program has won the national "Best Practice" award for technology transfer programs from the U.S. Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy.
Kenneth Brody, EE '64 delivered a Whiting-Turner lecture titled "The Highs and Lows of Careers in Finance and Investments."
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.
The National Academy of Engineering award is among the highest professional distinctions accorded an engineer.
The A. James Clark Scholarship Endowment will provide financial support for Clark School undergraduate engineering students.
Teams compete for cash prizes and the chance to have their business plans evaluated.
BAE Systems will supply the funds over the next five years as a sponsor of the Kim Engineering Building.
Shared exploration defines Dr. Milchberg’s teaching style.
Federal Funding will create the Center for Intermodal Freight Transportation Mobility and Security.
Alumni were most impressed by the striking three-story rotunda, with its sweeping circular staircase.
Professor George Dieter presented the President’s Medal at University’s 21st Annual Faculty and Staff Convocation
Maeling Tapp has won Suburban Maryland Youth Pageant of America; will compete in national pageant in August 2005
Lecture entitled "Making the Most of Change and Opportunity," given by Chairman and CEO of SpaceX
Video narrated by President Mote, features aerospace and biotech programs based in the Clark School of Engineering.
Clark School alum Naomi Leonard named one of 23 MacArthur Fellows for 2004
Assistant Professor Elisabeth Smela is the recipient of the Presidential Early Career (PECASE) Award for 2003, presented in 2004.
Professor Ali Mosleh was awarded a $1.5M, 3-year project grant from FAA for studies in the Development of Methodology for Aviation System Risk.
President appoints Professor of Reliability Engineering Ali Mosleh to the U.S. Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board (NWTRB).
A team of researchers from the Clark School and two other UMD colleges were awarded a four-year grant under Collaborative Research in Computational Neuroscience program.
UMD took top honors in the 2004 21st annual AHS/industry/NASA student design competition.
Congressman Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.) visited the Clark School on Friday, July 19.
Clark School ME faculty and grad students win design competition to build eco-friendly welcome center.
Dr. Hani Mahmassani selected as the recipient of the 2004 Frank M. Masters Transportation Engineering Award.
UMD received $750,000 award from W. M. Keck Foundation to establish new Keck Laboratory for Combinatorial Nanosynthesis and Multiscale Characterization
Norris Krone receives Distinguished Engineering Alumnus Award; will be honored at the Fifth Annual University of Maryland Awards Gala.
Clark School faculty succeeded in obtaining Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) award of $5.25M.
A special Clark School of Engineering seminar on "Science and Technology Overview of the Office of Naval Research" held in A.V. Williams.
Dr. James Wallace received 2004 University System of Maryland Regents' Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Three University of Maryland faculty are among the 76 newly elected members of National Academy of Engineering (NAE.)
Ronald F. Paulson, vice president of engineering at Lockheed Martin, the guest speaker at the Order of the Engineer Ceremony.
Faculty from the Clark School receive a major award from NASA to establish one of seven NASA URETI
Two former Clark School Ph.D. students have developed an extremely sensitive nanoscale device, could shrink storage devices to record sizes
14th Annual Discover Magazine Awards for Innovation in Space Science and Technology named Fischell one of six revolutionaries who changed the world.
Philip T. Wiser, Sony Music Entertainment's chief technology officer and senior vice president for digital services, will be second speaker for Fall Series of Whiting-Turner Lecture Series
Dr. David C. Curtis of OneRain, Inc. will be the first speaker for the Fall Series of the Whiting-Turner Lecture Series
Dr. William Bentley, Herbert Rabin Distinguished Professor of Engineering and director of Bioengineering Program received the 2003 Clark School of Engineering Outstanding Faculty Research Award.
Professor David Barbe, executive director of MTECH awarded the first American Society of Engineering Education Outstanding Entrepreneurship Educator Award.
Professor Robert M. Briber will assume the position of chair of the materials science and engineering department, effective July 1, 2003.
At the Fourth Annual Alumni Association Awards Gala on Saturday, April 12, 2003, two Clark School graduates were honored.
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.
On Wednesday, November 6, 2002, A. James (Jim) Clark,'50, and Raymond Krizek,'61, were inducted as honorary members to the American Society of Civil Engineers
Dr. Eyad Abed, professor of electrical and computer engineering, is named Director of the Institute for Systems Research (ISR).
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.
The University of Maryland together with six other institutions will form the nation's first National Institute of Aerospace.
University of Maryland's Solar Decathlon Team is a 30-member cross-divisional team of undergraduate students that designed and built an 800 square-foot solar-powered house.
A list of Clark school accomplishments for Summer 2002, with an introduction by Dean Nariman Farvardin.
Dean Nariman Farvardin of the A. James Clark School of Engineering is pleased to announce the appointment of Jeong H. Kim, Ph.D., as Professor of the Practice.
Ron Wilson and Brian LeGette, co CEO's, Big Bang Products of Baltimore, Maryland, were presented with CONSUMER PRODUCTS AWARD for Maryland.
Alfred Gessow Rotorcraft Center receives this year's American Helicopter Society's Grover E. Bell Award for pioneering contributions in smart structures technologies
A list of Clark school accomplishments for Spring 2002
Dr. Robert E. Fischell, a prolific inventor with nearly 200 U.S. and international patents in his name, will be the twentieth inductee to the Innovation Hall of Fame.
Jonathan Neumann, an Electrical and Computer Engineering graduate student working at IREAP, has been awarded a scholarship from the AFCEA.
Three promising groups of entrepreneurs awarded $50,000 yesterday during Second Annual Business Plan Competition sponsored by the Hinman CEOs Program.
The Department of Electrical and Computing Engineering seeks talented, 3.0 gpa or higher, female engineering students for Summer 2002 Merit program.
Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society received the R.C. Matthews Most Outstanding Chapter Award.
Clark School hosts the Fall 2001 Whiting-Turner Business and Entrepreneurial Lecture Series, Making Money The Old-Fashioned Way.
Professor Ramamoorthy Ramesh of the Department of Materials and Nuclear Engineering selected as the Clark School Faculty Outstanding Research Award recipient.
The Hinman CEOs Program featured in September issue of Higher Learning.
Three teams in Clark School selected to receive Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) grants from Department of Defense starting in fiscal year 2002
On Friday, July 13, George Reynolds, Director of Industry-University Initiatives, for Northrop Grumman presented Dean Farvardin with a $50,000 check.
A team of students with their UMD entry, Terpedo, made a great showing at the biennial engineering design competition, the Sixth International Submarine Race.
Prof. David Holloway and a team of undergraduate and graduate students competed in the annual FutureTruck competition in Michigan.
Dr. Nariman Farvardin, dean of Clark School of Engineering, featured in a Washington Post article.
On Tuesday, May 29, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering dedicated four state-of-the-art laboratories for research and education in computer engineering.
Dr. Reinhard Radermacher, professor, inducted into A. James Clark School Innovation Hall of Fame.
The Maryland Industrial Partnerships (MIPS) Program accepting applications for Fall 2001 round of contracts.
An unprecedented seven young faculty members in the Clark School have received the prestigious National Science Foundation Early CAREER Award.
Five Clark School faculty members are part of a team that was recently awarded a $4 million, five-year URI Award from the DoD.
Nortel Networks became University of Maryland's biggest scholarship sponsor for students in electrical and computer engineering this semester.
CEEE has received Oak Ridge National Laboratory's 2000 Educational Institution of the Year Award.