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Goldsman, Neil

Goldsman, Neil

Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering
2307 A.V. Williams Bldg.
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Neil Goldsman earned his Ph.D. at Cornell University. His recent nanofabrication and devices work has included Numerical Boltzmann/Schrodinger Equations: CAD of Quantum Effects in Nanoscale Semiconductors; and Design and Theory of Carbon Nanotube Diodes. He also recently worked on a MIPS contract with TRX Systems, Inc., of Lanham, Md., on indoor location and emergency alerting. He designed and developed technology to wirelessly track the location of firefighters, police and other public personnel inside buildings and structures. Other recent work includes energy-driven partitioning of signal processing algorithms in sensor networks; and MEMS-based piezoelectric microphones for biomedical applications.

Honors and awards

    •    University of Maryland Invention of the Year Award (2008)
    •    George Corcoran Award for Faculty, ECE Department, University of Maryland (1990)

Nanofabrication, device physics, device modeling, microelectronic device reliability and electron transport in high-electric fields. He has developed indoor location and emergency alerting, energy-driven partitioning of signal processing algorithms in sensor networks and a highly efficient thin-film battery.


Goldsman and Peckerar Win Inaugural University System of Maryland Entrepreneurship Award

Clark School of Engineering faculty honored for their innovative, ultra-efficient thin-film battery, FlexEl.

FlexEl is Maryland Incubator Company of the Year

Clark School faculty start-up wins with rechargeable, flexible, thin-film battery technology.

Mtech, Alumna-Run Companies Vie for State Awards

Five Clark School-affiliated companies named finalists for Incubator Company of the Year.

And $75K in Prizes Goes to…

High-capacity battery, Third World micro-power grids, other business plan winners.

Clark School Sweeps OTC Awards

Thin battery, nano-velcro and key exchange system named top UM inventions.

Three teams receive Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) grants totalling $3,000,000 from the Department of Defense

Three teams in Clark School selected to receive Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) grants from Department of Defense starting in fiscal year 2002