UMD researchers presented new findings, tools, and technologies, including a COVID-19 Impact Dashboard that leverages mobile device data.
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.
ECE professors elected fellows of world's leading professional association for the advancement of technology.
Clarivate Highly Cited Researchers have published multiple papers frequently cited by their peers over the last decade.
The DOE has awarded nearly $800,000 to a team led by assistant professor Michelle (Shelby) Bensi.
UMD researchers are building an ingestible capsule that can monitor and model gut microbiome serotonin activity and help demystify the “gut-brain axis.”
Micro-signals on videos could be used to infer physiological conditions.
Funded teams feature UMD faculty from 15 academic departments and six centers and institutes
New NSF funding, Lab on a Chip
paper for Ghodssi group developing minimally invasive medical devices.
New review article by original author Michael Fu traces game-playing AI programs to seminal 2005 paper in Operations Research.
Researchers from across UMD convene to discuss the latest projects funded by BBI
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.
Gang-Len Chang and his research team are testing a way to reduce sudden braking.
Key concerns include vehice safety, software reliabillity, and cybersecurity.
Briber, Das and Hu make novel heat-conversion membrane
Research team explores nanotechnology-based therapeutic strategy for triple-negative breast cancer.
BBI-affiliated faculty instrumental to "Readout and control of spatiotemporal neuronal codes for behavior"
UMD chemist will direct two labs on nanoscale fabrication and characterization
Researchers are the first to create nanoscale particles composed of up to eight distinct elements generally known to be immiscible.
A new process could make wood as strong as titanium alloy but lighter and cheaper
Faculty, staff, and students gave more than 50 presentations during the four-day event.
Clark School researchers are developing game-changing solid-state battery technology
200 scientists and students attend bi-annual nanoscience conference at UMD
Transparent wood made at UMD could create new windows, cars and solar panels
Chang, Fu, Hu and Marcus developed ideas at the core of the system that defeated Go master Lee Se-Dol in early March.
Five projects selected for inaugural round of funding.
Qu and research team will study the use of Silicon Physical Unclonable Functions (PUFs) as an entropy source.
Program, now in eight year, spurs inter-campus research collaboration
New material described in ACS Nano,
featured in Nanowerk
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
Printed transparent conductors are the first to use sodium ions embedded in reduced graphene oxide to boost performance.
ECE professor was one of two nominees from the University of Maryland.
New material designed to boost performance of solar cells, displays, and electronics published in Nature Communications.
Faculty promoted to full professor, associate professor with tenure.
Qu, Srivastava and Alumnus Forte Focus Research on Changing Future Nano-Scale Device Security
New initiative positions university at the forefront of the next chapter in massive open online courses.
Wood fibers help nano-scale batteries keep their structure
Army Research Office and UMD collaborate on event to examine safety of cybervehicle systems.
Interdisciplinary scientists find a "soft and squishy" common ground.
Partnership will support joint research in solar power, cell-based systems and ultra low-power systems.
Conference on Cybersecurity for the Commercial Nuclear Power Industry To Be Hosted by UMD on May 4-5.
Clark School demonstrates impact of its transportation research for federal officials.
Grant will fund civil engineering research into designs for new unconventional intersections.
Clark School faculty promotions, moves announced.
Real-time traffic monitoring, prediction system for Ocean City garners state, federal funds.
Undergraduate presenters honored for their 11-week research internship projects.
Uzi Vishkin's group develops first easy-to-program parallel processing supercomputer prototype.
Traffic research nets $500,000 from Department of Homeland Security.
Real-time sensor network on I-70 to Baltimore helps state officials help commuters.
New UM invention addresses security of web transactions.