Data-driven tech combines photos, videos, real-world trajectory, and behavioral info into autonomous driving simulator.
The project could enable new advanced quantum research and technology.
Chosen as best out of 107 papers published in 2017 in Science and Technology for the Built Environment
Jeffrey Klauda's team uses computer simulation of soybean plasma membrane to further understand molecular behavior.
Marina Leite and her team of researchers tackle hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites based on methylammonium lead.
Affordable RT-PCR for clinical diagnostics, fear mitigation device for pediatric MRIs tie for first place.
UMD researchers showcase transformative energy research at ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit
Yi programs a KUKA industrial robot to dance with humans in his work.
UMD Represented on 6 of 22 Teams Awarded University Research Initiative Grants by the Department of Defense
University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University bioengineering students celebrate research undertakings.
UMD awarded more than $5 million by ARPA-E to fund potentially transformational research.
The center develops highly ordered nanostructures that offer a unique way of looking at the science of energy storage.
Pulsing with lithium, tiny silicon beads on a nanotube hold promise for better batteries
Rama Chellappa receives prestigious honor from the International Association for Pattern Recognition.
Electrolyte determines just how thin a nanoscale lithium battery can be.
Clark School chemical and biomolecular engineering students take second in mid-Atlantic region.
Praise for team entered into the Congressional Record.
Five Clark School students to receive support towards completing their dissertations.
Students present their accomplishments after 11-week research program.
Research designed to increase effectiveness of lithium ion batteries.
Maryland NanoCenter researchers create new device to store electrical energy.
Prevent Cancer Foundation to support Chen's biopsy guidance technique.
Ph.D. Alumnus Wen-Hsien Chuang receives highest honor as employee at Intel.
Electrical and computer engineering (ECE) undergraduate Amon Ducao took a first prize in the 2005 Maryland Engineering Research Internship Teams (MERIT) Fair.