Former UMD president recognized for contributions to field, expanding education access
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.
Payne, research team earn MedTech Innovator Best Video Award votes based on video views, likes.
Three Clark School graduate students were among the university's 2020 Three Minute Thesis (3MT) winners.
Research center, led by Liangbing Hu, will use innovative materials development to solve the world’s most pressing problems.
The annual Alumni Cup competition is hosted by the Clark School's Engineering Alumni Network.
The Clark School Honors Electrical Engineering Alum Donald H. Willis for Significant Innovative Contributions.
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.
The Clark School welcomes six National Academy Engineering members who will be returning to or joining our faculty this fall.
The new research center will catalyze the development of high-impact quantum technologies.
Departments went head-to-head in this week-long challenge to develop a machine worthy of their discipline.
The new building will inspire innovation and entrepreneurship, enable world-class research, and spur economic development.
The Clark School partnered with the National Society of Black Engineers to host the National Leadership Conference.
The paper culminates a four-year collaboration among Clark School, IBBR and University of Maryland School of Medicine researchers.
Among the nine 2017 Invention of the Year award nominees, six are led by or include Clark School researchers.
Building Together: An Investment for Maryland Will Transform UMD Through $219,486,000 Gift
Clark School's Functional Macromolecular Lab allows students to mold new ideas
Blood test could help doctors more quickly diagnose schizophrenia and other disorders.
Engineering for Social Change course offers students unique opportunity to effect change in their local community.
Kim named one of 13 exceptional corporate and civic leaders to the Horatio Alger Member Class of 2016
Alumna Naomi Leonard to be inducted into Innovation Hall of Fame on Nov. 9.
Mechanical Engineering Professor Jaydev Desai named ASME Fellow.
University of Maryland's Clark School of Engineering community remembers namesake and friend
A. James Clark Hall made possible in part by the generosity of two benefactors.
University System of Maryland recognizes mechanical engineering faculty for excellence in scholarship.
Three Mechanical Engineering faculty named American Society of Mechanical Engineers Fellows
New building to serve as hub for human health innovation in the state of Maryland
Kub's Innovation Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony to take place Nov. 25.
Clark School of Engineering will welcome two distinguished speakers for its Whiting-Turner lecture series this fall.
Research showcase to highlight role of engineers in developing innovative solutions to help prevent, mitigate, and respond to disasters.
Introduction to Engineering Design final encourages team work and hands-on education
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.
Clark School students display their engineering prowess at largest hackathon to date.
Secretary Wayne Clough will discuss "Why the Smithsonian Matters"
More than 1,000 high school students expected to attend event in College Park
University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University bioengineering students joined forces to host the second annual research event.
Leading tech entrepreneurs to share business experiences.
Mechanical Engineering Professor Michael Ohadi recognized for Excellence in Innovation.
Symposium will celebrate research and education excellence in reliability engineering and risk analysis.
Hands-on design competition challenges students to apply engineering principles.
Alumnus honored for service in global technology research.
Electrical engineering graduate Jerry Krill’s Cooperative Engagement Capability allowed Navy battle groups to act as one.
Annual event sponsored by Engineers Without Borders draws 200 students to learn more about engineering.
Events will highlight the Clark School's research, education, innovation, and entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Region II members of NSBE gather for leadership training, networking.
FDA-supported Center at UMD to explore human factors and the risk management of medical devices.
Entrepreneurship and engineering programs recognized as top graduate programs in country
ENES100 students build autonomous hovercrafts for final exam.
Engineering Sustainability Workshop 2013 and student poster contest open to all.
Employers at fair demonstrate significant interest in ECE students.
South Korea's President-elect Park Geun Hye has tapped Kim to head Future Creative Science Ministry.
Stanley Zupnik pledges $500,000 to the Clark School, helps Great Expectations
campaign exceed $1B goal.
Twenty-two top students from across the country demonstrate faculty-advised research projects.
Event to showcase UMD research aimed at modernizing review of drugs and medical devices.
Lockheed Martin employees visiting campus can use space for meetings, recruitment events.
Event held in honor of professor's 70th birthday, distinguished career in thermodynamics.
Retired U.S. Air Force general to address engineering grads.
All are invited to hear students, faculty, industry, government experts at April 26 Sustainability Workshop.
Series features alumnus Michael S. Torok, Sikorsky VP and chief engineer of Marine Corps Programs/CH-53K, Nov. 10.
Product development, start-up ventures, FDA evaluation among topics to be covered.
Clark School student wins Best Overall Project with automatic volume leveler.
Topics include automatic speech recognition, computational imaging, energy efficient data systems.
"The Future of Online Identity" will take place June 16 at 4:30 p.m.
At annual event, Dean Pines cites long-serving and new staff members.
Students invited to hear industry, government, academic leaders present latest advances.
Google's Cerf proposes technical, policy measures to improve Internet security.
Series kicks off April 7 with Dr. Vint Cerf: "Can We Make the Internet Safer?"
Leading researchers will discuss cyber-physical systems, NOAA satellites, and dragonfly flight.
Event will feature keynote by Former Director of National Intelligence Mike McConnell.
Alumnus Briskman newest Innovation Hall of Fame honoree.
Agreement expands research, development and engineering efforts between the two entities.
Students present their accomplishments after 11-week research program.
Jeong H. Kim (Ph.D. '91, reliability engineering) honored for innovations and entrepreneurship.
Stormwater, river management, pollution experts to present at Earth Day event.
John Anderson, Ali Mosleh and Ben Shneiderman join National Academy of Engineering.
Micro and nano-scale power generation experts tour labs, review research.
Twelve student teams competed in the second annual robotics competition.
Event co-sponsored by IEEE Robotics and Automation Society D.C. chapter.
Research Review Day showcases technology advancements in electrical and computer engineering.
Professor, alumnus first recipients of Jimmy Lin Award for Innovation and Invention.
Keynote speaker: Steve Fetter, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.
Buno Pati, ECE alumnus, is 2009 Innovation Hall of Fame inductee.
Students present their summer research accomplishments at annual MERIT/TREND fair.
Chinese Institute of Engineers honors Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs president.
Clark School officially welcomes Dean Pines, thanks Interim Dean Rabin.
lists Jeong Kim among "12 Most Creative Minds of 2008."
Alex Severinsky is 2008 Clark School Innovation Hall of Fame inductee.
New bioengineering wing dedicated; 2008 Fischell Fellow announced.
$7.6M, 7,400-square-foot addition to Kim Building serves as new department home.
Event to highlight advances in medical imaging, new bioengineering wing.
Engineering curriculum recognized by NSF and Institute of Physics.
MSE, ME faculty and staff develop new lessons, teaching lab.
ECE professor earns Clark School award, IEEE SPS Distinguished Lecturer honors.
Interdisciplinary workshop will bring together individuals from academia, government and industry.
White Symposium speakers outline characteristics of great engineers and programs.
Gift from Jeong H. Kim helps fund reach milestone, supports Great Expectations
For optimal consideration, applications should be received by November 19, 2007.
Undergraduate presenters honored for their 11-week research internship projects.
conference tour to highlight innovative learning facilities.
Kim Building namesake inducted into Maryland Business Hall of Fame.
Event to highlight how engineers can improve life for millions of people.
Corporate user ASR&D receives grants for future work in Maryland NanoCenter lab.
Alumnus and benefactor named to Business Hall of Fame for 2006.
Artisan breads, sandwiches, salads, snacks and espresso in the Kim Building.
Engineering building is recognized by local builders and contractors.
von Eschenbach cites the importance of the FDA's link with the University.
Kim Building laboratory will benefit from added chemical analysis capabilities.
Funds will be used for nanofabrication equipment for Kim Engineering Building FabLab.
Washington Building Congress recognizes five other Clark Construction projects in the area.
Agenda includes university experts, poster sessions and lab tours.
"The House That Kim Built" dominates March issue from engineering education society.
Michael Griffin and Gregory Baecher receive National Academy of Engineering honor.
Kim Building addition will house the new Fischell bioengineering program.
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.
They came to UM looking for nanotech collaborators, and brought fine Belgian beer to enhance the networking experience.
The Kim Building will be featured at an academic sciences building conference next week.
Clark School alumni Jeong H. Kim, '91, and Phil Wiser, '90, will receive top UM and Clark School alumni awards in December.
Alumnus and NASA Administrator Michael Griffin shared his vision for space exploration at the Clark School this week.
The Washington Post's
Steven Pearlstein documented the Kim Building dedication and characterized it as positive sign of change in the local technology community.
The Innovation Hall of Fame has moved to its new Kim Building home and now includes two new members.
Ali Mosleh, professor of mechanical engineering and director of the Reliability Engineering Program, has been awarded the Nicole Jurie Kim Eminent Professorship.
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.
The U.S. Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce has named Clark School alumnus, faculty member and benefactor Jeong H. Kim, '91, one of the top ten most influential Asian Americans in business.
Lucent Technologies has announced that Jeong H. Kim, Ph.D.'91, will become president of its Bell Labs unit.
Kenneth Brody, EE '64 delivered a Whiting-Turner lecture titled "The Highs and Lows of Careers in Finance and Investments."
UMD received $750,000 award from W. M. Keck Foundation to establish new Keck Laboratory for Combinatorial Nanosynthesis and Multiscale Characterization
Three University of Maryland faculty are among the 76 newly elected members of National Academy of Engineering (NAE.)
News from Dean Nariman Farvardin.
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.
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.
A list of Clark school accomplishments for Spring 2002