Featured Research Areas
The Clark School has identified eight strategic research themes as part of our 2020 Strategic Plan where our faculty, researchers, and students are poised to make an impact.
By providing a creative and innovative environment, the Clark School fosters fearless ideas and enables students, staff, and faculty to work on society’s most challenging problems in energy, healthcare, and security in a manner that enhances local, state, and national economic development.
Assistant Professor Ryan Sochol and undergraduate researcher Aaman Mengis use nano 3D printing technology to study the migration behavior and mechanical forces of living cells in the Department of Mechanical Engineering's Bioinspired Advanced Manufacturing (BAM) Lab.
Faculty, researchers, and students in the Clark School are part of the Maryland Cybersecurity Center, which was created to facilitate a comprehensive, interdisciplinary approach to cybersecurity with particular strengths in the areas of cryptography, programming-language and software security, behavioral aspects of security, empirical security, and cybersecurity economics.
A new ambient temperature diagnostic imaging technique developed by Assistant Professor Marina Leite and her team in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering helps make it possible to find and correct inefficiencies in solar cells.
The virtual reality scenarios carried out in the Hybrid-System Integration and Simulation Lab are used to evaluate and improve patient monitoring systems in hospitals.