Undergraduate and graduate student teams from the Clark School took top honors in an international competition.
Making an impression, the University of Maryland took first place in both the graduate and undergraduate divisions.
UMD students took first in Technical Design at the U.S. Department of Energy Collegiate Wind Competition.
Solar Gamera Team Achieves 9-Second Solar-Powered Helicopter Flight
Aerospace engineering grad student's take first with unmanned disaster relief delivery vehicle, Halcyon
Maryland team lands first place in American Helicopter Society's 32nd
Annual Student Design Competition.
New awards honor alumni, friends for career achievements and contributions to Clark School.
Gamera awarded official U.S. record of 97 seconds for the duration of a human-powered helicopter flight.
Team's achievements celebrated at event attended by officials from Sikorsky, United Technologies Corporation, AHS International.
Graduate student team takes top spot in the 30th Annual American Helicopter Society Design Competition.
Graduate students mark 11th win in 14 years of American Helicopter Society Design Competition.
49.9-second flight submitted for world record approval.
Duration of 50 seconds a 400 percent improvement on 2011 record.
"Gamera" takes flight, sets world record with female pilot aboard.
Aerospace engineering students win American Helicopter Society, NASA design competitions.
Clark School engineers discover new material to reduce lead in electronics, landfills.
Aerospace students win first place in the 25th Annual American Helicopter Design Competition.
The Clark School took first place for the eighth consecutive year in the American Helicopter Society's 22nd Annual Student Design Competition.
UMD took top honors in the 2004 21st annual AHS/industry/NASA student design competition.
The project this year was named UM911-Aeneas, a multi-role disaster rescue vehicle.