Materials Science and Engineering celebrated its anniversary on November 7, 2023.
High-profile event highlights university’s leadership role in the field.
UMD’s RoboSub team sets sights on blasting the 2024 competition out of the water.
Engineering Keystone Instructor’s Funny, Informative Videos Garner Cult Following
New Coating Can Be Applied to Various Exterior Surfaces to Reduce AC Use, Fight Climate Change
ArtIAMAS (AI and Autonomy for Multi-Agent Systems) - Advancing into Its Third Year of Collaboration
Researchers Develop Way to Prevent Damage That Plagues Next-Generation Lithium Batteries
University of Maryland Duo win hackathon with a hand-tracking game named “Majestic Signs.”
Fifty-one years and two UMD degrees since he first suited up, Randy Shearman '85, M.S. '92 continues his firefighter service with West Hills Regional Fire Department.
UMD researcher will study high heat flux cooling solutions using flow boiling of dielectric liquids.
Resources and events for the Clark School's LGBTQ+ students and allies.
The A. James Clark School of Engineering ranks 19 overall among more than 200 undergraduate engineering programs—up three positions from its previous undergraduate ranking.
Another year of engineering innovation in College Park is underway, and the Clark School continues to produce some of the most talented and sought-after engineers—and solutions they create—in the world.
Two BIOE professors help author a roadmap to diversifying faculty hiring in STEM.
Innovative materials and 3D design published in Nature Materials
Rising Ninth-Graders Build, Race Carts From Kits Developed by Faculty and Staff and K–12 Teachers
The Center for Risk and Reliability renovated their space to enhance multidisciplinary collaboration.
UMD Professor Paul Albertus a Keynote Speaker
Doctoral student Kaustubh Joshi delivered a presentation on modernizing the industry with advanced tech.
UIUC professor will assume leadership of the UMD department starting in January.
Creating a strong educational and research environment to produce engineers that push the boundaries of technology, meet future workforce needs, and address societal challenges is core to our mission at the Clark School.
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department Graduate Selected for Prestigious Department of Energy Award
He is using a 'System-of-Systems" approach to understand, model, synthesize and optimize the operations of large-scale, distributed institutions and organizations.
ARL awarded Maryland Engineering a $78.2 million cooperative agreement over five years to spearhead an effort integrating data science and engineering.
On May 8, 2023, 24 teams presented novel designs at the BIOE Capstone Design Competition.
Improved cardiovascular implants could be one result of an ME faculty member’s groundbreaking research.
Maryland Engineering honored 70 undergraduates who exemplify the college’s commitment to excellence at this year’s ceremony event, held May 10 in the Stamp Student Union. Five were recognized with Dean’s Awards.
For visitors, an opportunity to brush up on best practices–and learn more about UROC.
FPE Chair, Jim Milke, retires, leaving some very large boots to fill.
Innovate Maryland event also celebrates work on plastic substitutes, cancer detection, quantum science
From next-gen security cameras to smart sorters, hackathon winners provide innovative IoT solutions
For the fifth consecutive year, the University of Maryland's A. James Clark School of Engineering ranks among the country's top 10 public universities in graduate engineering programs, according to U.S. News & World Report
's 2023–24 rankings.
Maryland engineers advance heating and cooling technology to push for a greener future
UMD students represent a third of total 2023 VFF Scholarship recipients.
UMD’s 49 scholarships in the past 15 years rank No. 1 in the nation.
ARPA-E Summit showcases multiple UMD clean energy technologies
Aerospace Engineering alumna Pauline Annen (M.S., ’12) has built a successful career in corporate aviation as both a pilot and engineer.
UMD researchers have developed lithium dendrite suppression parameters and electrolytes for longer-lasting batteries that can operate under extreme conditions.
Women continue to shape history, including at the Clark School of Engineering. This month we celebrate those landmarks and the work necessary to forge them, and how it’s incumbent upon our larger community to assist in this work.
Policastri offers insights from 25 years in performing spacecraft mission planning, design, analysis, operations, and requirements definition.
Funding will support an interdisciplinary project geared towards wildfires and WUI fire behavior.
Research is leading to better detection models and portable sensing devices.
A research team led by UMD’s Allison Reilly examines a growing hazard.
UMD published in Nature
paper on electrolyte design for high energy batteries capable of operating under extreme temperature conditions.
New UMD-led research published in Nature Sustainability
explores a new approach for aqueous zinc battery design.
Work by Clark School faculty, alumni and students is published on IEEE Access.
Record set by group led by Professor Howard Milchberg
This center will pursue intelligent sensing to action: Sensing capabilities and embedded intelligence to enable fast and efficient generation of actions.
Elsevier releases updated science-wide database
Model can autonomously forecast flood events and coordinate satellites to view them in real-time.
A work led by Prof. Cheng Gong published in Matter.
The former student of John Baras won the SPS Claude Shannon-Harry Nyquist Technical Achievement Award, the Best Paper Award, and the Donald G. Fink Overview Paper Award.
SMART Building and MATRIX Lab combine research, education, and outreach to spark innovation
Eric Wachsman and Ji-Cheng “JC” Zhao have been named to the National Academy of Inventors’ (NAI) Class of 2022 Fellows, joining the ranks of some of the nation’s most prestigious and creative academic inventors.
UMD Leadership Based on Research, Innovation, Problem-Solving Fearlessness, He Tells Audience
First-of-its-kind funding will support behavioral fire research at an HBCU and aid in the improvement of home fire safety.
UMD exceeds $100M in ARPA-E funding
Baltimore-based MissionGO wins one of the largest UAS service contracts in the world and traces roots to UMD.
UMD bioengineers aim to shape the future of cancer vaccine technology by tuning the body’s immune response.
The A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland welcomes 11 exceptional young engineers from across the state of Maryland as its newest class of A. James Clark Scholars.
LEGOLAS kit offers autonomous experimentation and learning
Scholarship supports leadership development of young professional chemical engineers.
U.S. Commerce Secretary's Visit Highlights Importance of UMD, Higher Ed to Future of Domestic Electronics Industry
UMD researchers use AI and robotics to help revive a struggling industry.
The new assistant professor has research interests in control and machine learning, especially for multi-agent systems.
UMD Clark Faculty Fellow’s research could yield more efficient and environmentally friendly technology.
Mission tests feasibility of asteroid redirection, provides first up-close glimpse of binary system.
“We now have the numbers,” researchers say of groundbreaking study.
Researchers lend expertise and perspective to the future of Lithium-Ion technology and security in the U.S.
UMD team achieves feat using two laser pulses sent through a jet of hydrogen gas.
The University of Maryland’s A. James Clark School of Engineering ranks #11 among the country’s public universities in U.S. News & World Report
2022-23 Best Colleges rankings, rising one spot from #12 in 2022.
Four Maryland Engineers among awardees from across campus
New multidisciplinary collaborations take on challenges like Alzheimer’s disease prevention.
‘NLGC’ can be used with magnetoencephalography to better understand the neural mechanisms behind sensory processing.
New Maryland Engineering video series asks engineering experts to explore science fact versus fiction in TV and film.
Researchers use redox to drive two-way communication between electronics and biological systems.
Caitlyn Singam among 20 STEM graduate students worldwide honored for contributions to the aerospace industry.
UMD’s Ichiro Takeuchi published in Nature Reviews Materials
Expanded Cellulose Super Ion Conductor Honored
Microsoft Robotics and Diversity Initiative will support Ph.D. fellowships, seminars, student diversity groups and more.
Next Generation of Data Centers within Reach
Bioengineering professor awarded $2.8 million NIH R01 grant for advanced autoimmune therapies.
Clark School alums helped 'unfold the universe' through their work on Webb
Eric Wachsman on battery myths and facts
UMD researchers track health vulnerabilities among Black communities in Louisiana.
UMD researchers are sorting out how our brains’ neurons organize as we take in, decide and act on information.
Toyota Ventures, Tenaska, and Bangchak Corporation Join Oversubscribed Round Led by Clear Creek Investments, VoLo Earth Ventures, and Alsop Louie Partners
UAS Test Site teams up with NOAA to test use of drones in validating satellite imagery.
Exoskeletons of shellfish provide a cheap, eco-friendly alternative to other HEM fuel cells currently on the market.
The Donald Day and Karen Gruner Scholarship in Engineering supports Montgomery College students transferring into Maryland's engineering school.
Amazon-UMD Design Challenge Winners Work to Improve Popular Tech for Full Range of Users
Annual “Make Your Medical Device Pitch for Kids!” competition to award up to $150,000 in FDA-sponsored grants.
Materials expert will foster collaboration with Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung.
Maryland Engineering earns a top spot in the 2023 U.S. News & World Report
Best Graduate Schools rankings among over 200 colleges.
UMD alumna blazes a trail for female engineers.
Funding pathway promotes high-impact collaborations between UMB's neurosurgery and UMCP's bioengineering.
The fellowships offer an opportunity to work closely with MC2 faculty in multiple areas of cybersecurity.
Professor Shawn He and a team of researchers aim to improve how cardiac muscle tissue is engineered.
Instead of clogging up landfills, food waste can be safely converted into biogas and other valuable resources.
UMD professor is author of two recent ASCE Manuals of Practice designed to assist engineers.
The new Brain and Behavior Institute core will expand campus FIB-SEM applications to include biological tissue.
A novel disorder-to-order transition strategy for ordered nanoparticles published in Science Advances.
Funding supports research to improve the selectivity and sensitivity of solid-state gas sensors in complex gas compositions.
He was recognized for his contributions to cryptographic protocol design and cryptography education.
The initiative's goal is to create a robust and accessible pool of qualified cyber professionals.
MC2 researchers have been recognized for their analysis of malware behavior in the first large-scale study of its kind.
After its successful launch Dec. 25, Webb is well on its way to full deployment and the start of its mission.
The funding will be used to purchase a novel PLD system for use in the UMD Nanocenter.
CREB held its 2021 fall meeting to discuss battery chemistry designed for super-cold environments.
The five interdisciplinary projects funded by the BBI offer cutting-edge approaches to translational neuroscience.
Elsevier study indicates UMD has highest publication citation index globally
Senior Lecturer Vince Nguyen wants to close the opportunity gap for future engineers by engaging students with engineering ‘grand’ challenges in their own back yards.
The pair join nine other NAI Fellows with ties to the Clark School and the University of Maryland.
Bioengineering professor one of eight UMD/UMB professors to receive UMD Strategic Partnership appointment.
For 18 Years, Student Organization Has Sent Science Sky-high
Eight campus makerspaces where Terps turn out the next big thing
Research aims to explore updates to risk assessment tools and methods used by the nuclear industry.
Maryland engineers discover more new dimensions of an ancient material.
The collaborative team receives $1.8 million in funding to develop an integrated framework to drive the rapid design of novel materials for batteries and fuel cells.
A UMD research team has developed a strong yet incredibly flexible wood material that could be used in construction, automotives, and beyond.
A new $1.2M NSF grant funds their AI research into the relationship between ECG and PPG monitoring technologies.
Former UMD president recognized for contributions to field, expanding education access
Scholarship to support future aerospace engineers honors a father’s legacy and support.
Duncan is the second Rita Schaffer Award recipient from the Fischell Department of Bioengineering.
UMD and Duke scientists have showed that quantum computers can be better than the sum of their parts, a foundational step toward eventually combating errors in larger quantum devices.
When an innovator wanted to engineer a more advanced and equitable society, he chose a research and education powerhouse with global impact, and came to Maryland.
NSF awards $3.6 million to support “third lung” research.
Landmark scholarship program aims to foster diversity in the robotics field.
Using an electric field, polymer gels can be adhered to animal tissue, a discovery that could revolutionize surgery.
When an innovator wanted to engineer a more advanced and equitable society, he chose a research and education powerhouse with global impact, and came to Maryland.
Abshire, Fisher and Hu honored for outstanding success in scholarly accomplishment and excellence in teaching.
For the third consecutive year, the Clark School's rises in U.S. News & World Report
UMD's Eleonora Tubaldi demonstrates a way to overcome current limitations in mechanical signal transmission.
Researchers hope to improve how cells, tissues, and organs are banked for transplantation and other applications.
start up continues to grow
$1.2M in NSF funding supports researchers’ work to connect patients, clinicians more effectively.
BIOE assistant professor awarded NIH R01 grant to develop two-pronged approach to treating certain cancers.
Stuart Laurence tests an improved method for measuring the aerodynamics of free-flying objects.
From fabricated human tissue to Wifi beamed from space, awards recognize cutting-edge research
Expert on water resources testifies before Congress.
Achievement opens the door for new advances in soft robotics.
The study marks a major step toward creating a system for studying quantum phase transitions.
With machine learning, Carol Espy-Wilson is developing a phone app that can measure depression symptoms using speech and video cues.
Maryland based battery company bringing UMD tech to market
A team of engineering undergraduates explores factors behind disproportionate fire risk in developing nations.
They join seven other UMD faculty members breaking into the top 1000 scientist rankings based on their prolific research output.
The agreement leverages Maryland's national leadership in engineering, robotics, computer science, operations research, modeling and simulation, and cybersecurity.
The 2021 International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA 2021) will be held both in person and online from May 30 to June 5, 2021.
Fourteen Clark School students pursuing their Ph.D.s in engineering have been awarded Ann G. Wylie Dissertation Fellowships by the University of Maryland Graduate School.
Founded by University of Maryland students, the non-profit was recently recommended for donations in the New York Times.
CEE faculty member wins Poole and Kent Teaching Award.
Engineering Market Momentum
Technology could one day be used to improve stem cell-based therapies as well as treatment options for diabetes and infertility.
The awarded work focuses on improving the efficiency of virtual agents used in areas like virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR), online learning, and virtual social interactions.
Pines Announces New Quantum Business Incubator, Presents Invention and Entrepreneurship Awards
Among the nine 2021 Invention of the Year nominees, four are led by or include Clark School researchers.
Professors Christopher Cadou and Eric Wachsman are developing a hybrid system for commercial aircraft.
The integrated system uses electricity impedance to monitor biofilm and treats it through the bioelectric effect.
Study published online in Nature on March 31.
Researchers aim to bridge the gap between microelectronics and biological systems to create next-generation wearables.
From extreme batteries to windows made from wood, Clark School’s trendsetting work ranks it among the country’s Top 10 public engineering schools for the 3rd consecutive year.
Dr. Baheti passed away in March and will be greatly missed by ISR, ECE and the Clark School.
The Clark School community stands united with our Asian, Asian-American and Pacific Islanders colleagues.
Whittingham won the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work with Li-ion batteries.
Schmidt was a leader in innovative engineering design research activities and teaching techniques.
Alexis Burris, Kirk “KJ” Mclean and Elias Hailu Daniel have been selected for the newly-launched program.
The Maryland Robotics Center will administer the program, which begins in Fall 2021.
A fellowship for Mozambican women to pursue graduate education in Reliability Engineering at UMD
Junior Benjamin Adarkwa Wins One of Six Inaugural Virgin Galactic BLAST Scholarships.
Through the Engineering Diversity Initiative, Northrop Grumman supports the Center for Minorities in Science and Engineering's mission to tip the scales for underrepresented students.
Alumnus' commitment to the Maryland Promise Scholarship Program is a first for the Department.
The work, which began in 2016, has resulted in new testbeds, published research and collaborations with the federal government, industry and international partners.
The 24 MQA members are building a vibrant and diverse ecosystem designed to foster U.S. and regional leadership in the coming quantum technology revolution.
A national search has been initiated for a new Dean of the A. James Clark School of Engineering.
ChBE Alumni Joseph Sciamanna ('19) discusses how his stint at UMD led to the founding of his first company.
A University of Maryland engineer's work aboard the International Space Station could lead to cleaner engines and power plants, and safer living conditions in space.
Meet Kristen Yee, Steven Hu, and Meron Yonas as they offer a glimpse into what it means to be an A. James Clark Scholar at the University of Maryland's A. James Clark School of Engineering.
UMD Research Seeks to Minimize Risks of Performing Together; New Tech Supports Students’ Learning
More than 20 years after finishing his Ph.D. in aerospace engineering at Maryland, Chris Jones is still giving back.
UMD's Deb Niemeier and other prominent researchers assess the new administration's course change on climate.
BIOE assistant professors aim to develop techniques to target drugs to the central nervous system.
Multi-institutional study makes cover of Advanced Materials
Three leading disaster scientists--Deb Niemeier, Allison Reilly and A.R. Siders--present a roadmap for change.
UMD,FDA researchers work to develop a technique to quickly measure the amount of amyloid plaque in the brain
For the first time, researchers measure the physical evidence of diminished neural processing within the brain after a stroke.
Timothy Horiuchi is a co-author on the research published in IOP Bioinspiration & Biomimetics
ECE professors elected fellows of world's leading professional association for the advancement of technology.
‘CAMEO’ identifies a new compound that’s useful for photonic devices and next generation computers.
MSE research group creates a blueprint for predicting the infrared spectra of plasmonic nanoarcs.
Preston was a guide and friend to the Institute for Systems Research throughout its history.
Ion Storage Systems and InventWood hailed as talented innovators
Professor K.J. Ray Liu received the award “for outstanding leadership in and pioneering contributions to signal processing for wireless sensing and communications.”
Siddhartha Das and collaborators find a link between DNA base pair mismatches and the location of supercoiling.
MTI’s Chenfeng Xiong wins USDOT Safety Data Initiative grant in collaboration with MDOT SHA.
UMD announces with the U.S. Army Research Lab agreements in additive manufacturing and battery research.
The Indian National Science Academy awards the medal for promise, creativity and excellence in a young scientist.
The Women in Engineering Program shipped nearly 1,500 kits to middle and high school kids, concentrating on communities with traditionally underrepresented populations in STEM.
The University of Maryland College Park's research partnership with the U.S. Army Research Laboratory will establish an ecosystem for revolutionary additive manufacturing technology and concepts to expedite national readiness and response.
UMD researchers are building an ingestible capsule that can monitor and model gut microbiome serotonin activity and help demystify the “gut-brain axis.”
International funding, research and collaboration increase in line with loss of property and human life due to fire.
UMD Clark Scholars leverage philanthropy to support other students in the fight against COVID.
New research led by UMD Professor Johan Larsson could enable cost-effective modeling and margin of error calculations for complex chaotic system simulations
AUVSI’s XCELLENCE Awards Announced; UMD Wins in Humanitarian/Public Safety Category
Four mechanical engineering students share their experiences.
Keystone Professor Teng Li uses machine learning to gauge the performance of single-atom catalysts.
To advance inclusive medical therapies and diversity in fundamental science, one Maryland engineer leads by example.
Twin studies at UMD and the University of Colorado-Boulder help band and music ensemble directors mitigate COVID-19 risks.
The resulting "network of networks" will further the scientific grand challenge of developing neuromorphic artificial intelligence.
Angela Sun, Kevin Tu, and Tesia Shi co-founded COVID-19 Tutors in April 2020.
The team will help farmers tap the economic potential and environmental benefits of shellfish aquaculture.
Researchers tackle complexities of autonomous robots as a coronavirus solution.
As curriculum shifted online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Clark School discovered new ways for students to benefit from collaboration in class, engage with the university community, and build relationships with their peers.
The earliest indicator of COVID-19 may not be what—or where—one expects.
Epps (M.S. ’94, Ph.D. ‘00)
will join the ISS crew during a mission planned for 2021.
Ella Evenson and three biomedical engineering students from other universities created BMEast Masks.
New undergraduate degree merges biology, data science, and computer programming
Researchers’ Revamped Electronic Home Plate Adds Automation, Accuracy to Game.
UMD Professor and Quantum Technology Center Director, Ronald Walsworth, and his colleagues, have developed a way to use diamonds to see the elusive details of electrical currents.
COVID-19 has demonstrated possible future uses in public health emergencies, writes UMD's Matt Scassero.
BIOE assistant professor working to develop novel light-based technology to improve drug delivery
The competition recognizes distinguished graduate student researchers in order to help propel their careers and demonstrate the value of high-quality engineering research.
UMD President-Designate Darryll Pines inspires a culture of excellence at the Clark School, where everyone plays a part.
Faghih is one of 35 brilliant young entrepreneurs, inventors, visionaries, humanitarians and pioneers working to make the world a better place.
Alumna Sylvie DeLaHunt’s (’14, M.S. ’16) ongoing efforts to improve diversity and inclusion featured in Aerospace America
Competition challenges students to develop some of the next generation technologies to enhance NASA’s Moon to Mars space exploration missions.
Vertex Aerospace co-founders Nick Teti (mechanical engineering ’85) and Rommel Zara (aerospace engineering ’00) created a scholarship to support freshman engineering students from the Maryland region.
Echinoderm-inspired robots could perform many difficult, dangerous tasks.
Selection recognizes breakthrough flight delivering organ for transplant.
The design bolsters both battery safety and performance.
Woehl research group will investigate fundamental aspects of chemical reaction driven nanoparticle assembly processes.
BIOE seniors present Capstone projects and celebrate winners virtually.
Wang, known for his versatile battery research, cited by Research Interfaces.
Laroia founded Flarion Technologies in 2000 and developed Flash-OFDM broadband wireless technology there.
Assistant Professor Christine Hartzell is a member of NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Team exploring Asteroid Bennu.
UMD engineers have reinvented a 26,000-year-old manufacturing process into an innovative approach to fabricating ceramic materials.
The series's inaugural presentation offers concrete strategies for parenting during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Clark School researchers are working to create solutions and pool resources in efforts to minimize the spread of the disease, provide critical aid to health care workers and their patients, and monitor the impact of social distancing and travel restrictions.
A new study published in Science Advances expands the landscape of nanomaterials, and what we can do with them.
Angela Jones, Ph.D. created a series of innovative experiments that her students can perform at home.
The new UMB-UMCP program has announced its first grants for projects combining AI and medicine.
Student-faculty teams that write review articles for journals reap multiple benefits.
UMD poses answer to making a nanostructured battery: a better electrolyte
BGSS has transformed its "Research and Pizza" in person events to virtual "Research and Pajamas" gatherings.
Campus units donate masks, gloves, and other much-needed supplies.
Creating vascular organ tissue in a lab could open new doors to drug testing, disease modelling, and organ transplants.
The "smart bra" is a low-cost wearable device that could conceivably detect breast cancer early enough for treatment.
Trouvé and Stoliarov led the U21 International Fire Safety Consortium on campus last week.
Grody, Sturtevant and Rappaport take top spot with their patent-pending Hydraze solution.
New review article by original author Michael Fu traces game-playing AI programs to seminal 2005 paper in Operations Research.
More than a dozen Ballet Company M dancers hail from science and engineering backgrounds
Researchers from across UMD convene to discuss the latest projects funded by BBI
UMD’s Ichiro Takeuchi and team published in Science.
UMD’s Ichiro Takeuchi and team published in Science.
'TurboTerps' flew their drone autonomously through a set of gates, completing 14 runs in 4:42.
An interview with the inaugural Clark Distinguished Chair and MTI faculty affiliate.
High-energy-density polymeric cathode for fast-charge sodium and multivalent batteries.
Could lightweight electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft be a solution for urban congestion?
Jimmy Tancabel and Adelaide Mei Chun Nolan named as the 2019 Engie Fellowship Recipients
Researchers investigate new 4D printing techniques to control stem cell cardiomyogenesis.
Robinson started Intercoastal Trading which focuses on reducing nitrogen and phosphorus output.
Tim Sweeney ('93, mechanical engineering) is building the new frontier of gaming.
Findings show a liquid drop might behave as a solid object in terms of wetting interactions when placed on a surface that is simultaneously deformable and liquid-repelling
UMD Student Jennifer Wood is using an FAA research grant to help the agency develop fire detection systems.
The award recognizes exceptionally influential research accomplishments by Clark School faculty.
CEE professors led sustainability-focused study abroad programs in Iceland and Italy.
Prof. Liu has been named a University of Maryland distinguished university professor, the most prestigious internal honor on campus.
New treatment for wood could make a membrane to extract fresh water.
Deadline for submitting an application is July 30.
Christine Hartzell is the mission scientist on one of three finalist missions selected by NASA for future small satellites.
A junction between an ordinary metal and a special kind of superconductor has provided a robust platform to observe Klein tunneling.
Out of gratitude to his mentor, Jim Rand has made a generous gift to the Clark School in support of the Robert M. Rivello Scholarship.
Glenn will become University of Houston-Victoria's provost and vice president for academic affairs starting August 5.
Students recognized for research in vaccine design, surgical sealants, pulmonary diseases, and multiple sclerosis.
The Clark School honors this year's alumni celebrating the 50th, 55th, 60th, and 70th anniversaries of their University of Maryland graduations.
Hafezi and Hu are among 31 of the nation's rising stars who will compete for three Blavatnik National Awards.
Four academic laboratories partner with Google to explore how materials science can help make fusion more accessible.
UMD and Boulder engineers create strong, sustainable solution for passive cooling
Created by Clark School Dean Darryll Pines, the competition recognize distinguished graduate student researchers in order to help propel their careers and demonstrate the value of high-quality engineering research.
The Center for Engineering Concepts Development celebrated its distinguished history and decades of accomplishments during their 20th Anniversary and Middleton Luncheon.
For many UMD researchers, partnering with the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) is key.
When an important WWII atomic relic turned up out of the blue, two Maryland researchers wanted to know: what happened to the other 658 of them?
The groundbreaking effort by Maryland faculty and researchers could help expand donor access to transplantation.
Students recognized for research in immunoengineering, regenerative medicine, and more.
Timothy J. Regan, president and CEO of Whiting-Turner, will share insights gained during his career.
Data-driven tech combines photos, videos, real-world trajectory, and behavioral info into autonomous driving simulator.
The combination of a human facial recognition expert teamed with a computer running ML analyses of facial image data provides the most accurate facial identification.
Briber, Das and Hu make novel heat-conversion membrane
New method developed by UMD researchers could be scaled up to improve security at ports of entry
Fischell Fellow Javier Navarro-Rueda recognized for tissue engineering research.
Manocha discusses his research on robot planning, human-robot interaction, and autonomous driving.
Research team explores nanotechnology-based therapeutic strategy for triple-negative breast cancer.
Study reveals how the brain nimbly and rapidly change responses to incoming sensory stimuli depending upon the cognitive context of the moment.
Each awarded $25K to sponsor research.
The A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland welcomes 10 exceptional young engineers from across the state of Maryland as its inaugural class of A. James Clark Scholars.
"Power in numbers" is how Michael Otte, an engineer at the University of Maryland, approaches robot decision making.
M-CERSI, NCC-PDI receive funding renewals for up to five years.
Joint project aims to design an air taxi that could “hop” from Baltimore to D.C. in 15 minutes.
Resilience experts use gaming techniques and more to understand utility operator behaviors.
This is the first time high-frequency-cycled pyroelectric energy conversion has been successfully combined with the ability to recharge batteries.
Ph.D. student Lena Johnson is working on Robo Raven, a bird-inspired unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV).
Researchers have demonstrated a new approach that enables different devices to repeatedly emit nearly identical single photons.
Collaborative research team hopes to apply technology to textiles.
Graduate and undergraduate teams receive top honors.
Chemical engineers pack more energy in same space for reliable battery.
Study published in Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters.
Liu earned MSSE and PhD degrees at Maryland, advised by John Baras.
Researchers have synthesized a new cathode material from iron fluoride that surpasses the capacity limits of traditional lithium-ion batteries.
New research combines computer vision research, forensic science, and psychology.
A question and answer session with Quinn Kupec, an undergraduate researcher in Aerospace Engineering, who recently grabbed the attention of Elon Musk.
Alumnus creates the Rattan L. Khosa Graduate Endowed Scholarship in Structural Engineering.
New research could help explain why nature still beats robots, and describes how machines might take the lead.
Drs. Jewell, Scarcelli, and Jay were awarded a collective total of $5.4 million in NIH R01 funding this spring.
New blood pressure monitoring technologies could enhance accuracy and accessibility.
While many freshmen were acclimating to college life, a team of first-year students was adjusting to life as biotech inventors.
An electric vehicle charger innovation takes home top honors for Invention of Year.
Researchers revive an old chemistry with a new electrolyte.
DURIP supports university research in technical areas of interest to the Department of Defense.
Maryland's is among the first “core swarm sprints” projects awarded in DARPA’s OFFensive Swarm-Enabled Tactics (OFFSET) program.
Researchers are the first to create nanoscale particles composed of up to eight distinct elements generally known to be immiscible.
Among the nine 2017 Invention of the Year award nominees, six are led by or include Clark School researchers.
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UMD ChBE researchers develop a cluster of azo materials for use in alkali-ion batteries.
Discovery presents a significant step toward lower fuel cell costs and more sustainable energy.
Photonic chip guides single photons, even when there are bends in the road
Regli, formerly of DARPA, is the sixth director of the Institute for Systems Research.
Researchers use an atomic force microscope to measure the Casimir force between two spheres.
Faculty, staff, and students gave more than 50 presentations during the four-day event.
McAllister was also recently profiled in Fire Protection Engineering magazine.
The event drew students from across the Maryland–DC–Virginia area to learn about and prepare for grad school.
'Flexible impedance sensor' can fit inside urinary catheters, monitor and treat biofilms.
Team Maryland Wins Silver at the 2017 Solar Decathlon
Low-cost, enviro-friendly devices use natural nanoengineering
Building Together: An Investment for Maryland Will Transform UMD Through $219,486,000 Gift
Moving towards a more diverse and inclusive campus.
Program designed and implemented by ChBE Lecturer, Deborah Goldberg.
Marina Leite and her team offer insight into the future of solar cell technology.
Grant money will be used in research aimed at developing wild-fire suppression methods, and cleaner, more efficient internal combustion engines.
Newly appointed BIOE assistant professor recognized for efforts to advance pulmonary health research
The Maryland native's interest in computer engineering began with Python.
Regli, an ISR alumnus, will begin his appointment in January 2018.
The evaporator uses solar energy to efficiently purify water.
Thomas E. Murphy Reappointed as Director of IREAP
Where is she now? An update on Helen Lan, featured on the spring 2015 cover of E@M
Ph.D. student Lisa Tostanoski recognized with Lemelson-MIT Student Prize
Clark School students make a commitment to integrity and responsibility in the engineering profession.
Participants included researchers from 10 colleges and 15 research centers.
The UMD team placed 5th at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Competition, securing their spot for Nationals in October.
UMD to Collaborate with Rice University, Wake Forest to Advance 3-D Printing Applications for Regenerative Medicine
Robert E. Fischell Institute for Biomedical Devices, RTI International draw capacity crowd to March 7th
Bowden inspires students, recognized with WIA 2016 Aerospace Educator Award.
NEES PI helps make new organic artificial synapse
Dr. Harry E. Hickey passed this morning after battling Alzheimer's.
UMD alumna and NASA astronaut Jeanette Epps makes history as first African-American ISS crew member.
System holds promise for study of biological systems, biosensors and bio-hybrid devices.
Small defects can make whole materials frustrated.
The PECASE is the highest federal government honor for science and engineering professionals in the early stages of their careers.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has announced $7.5 million in funding to create the Green Energy Institute.
Clark School researchers are developing game-changing solid-state battery technology
Increasing the quantity and quality of underrepresented minority students in STEM.
BIOE, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, University of Maryland School of Medicine, and others collaborate in the name of human health innovation.
The legacy of A. James Clark, eponym of the Clark School, lives on in the spirit of alumni whose generosity continues to support the foundation he built.
The Engineering for Social Change class introduces young engineers to the ideas of social change and social entrepreneurship.
This weekend, the University of Maryland will host an anticipated 800 women for Technica.
Museum to use donations for educational programs to inspire and teach the next generation.
Associate Professor Silvia Muro (Joint, IBBR) and fellow UMD researchers are working to improve oral drug delivery to targets by protecting against the effects of gastric conditions.
UMD neuroscience research shows older adults’ brain processing contributes to diminished speech comprehension, even with normal hearing.
Baras created algorithms and protocols by which Internet services can be delivered over satellite.
CEE faculty partner with Congresswoman Holmes Norton to emphasize importance of resilience in the nation's capital.
Jewell Research Lab Publishes Findings in Cell Reports
A study by engineers at the University of Maryland shows that natural microstructures in transparent wood are the key to lighting & insulation advantages.
BIOE associate chair and director of undergraduate studies honored during 21st
Annual Undergraduate Studies Advising Conference.
New research published in Scientific Reports
could lead to improving non-invasive cardiovascular health monitoring.
Clark School researchers describe a previously unobserved flame phenomenon in a new peer-reviewed paper.
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation awards Prof. Jewell $500,000 grant to study vaccine for diabetes.
Affordable RT-PCR for clinical diagnostics, fear mitigation device for pediatric MRIs tie for first place.
Team places first in races and the design category, and second in the product display category.
UMD experts are using transportation modeling and simulation technologies to help commuters make informed decisions.
Scientists are the first to create a 3D bioprinted placenta model and use it to study preeclampsia, a life-threatening pregnancy complication.
A team of researchers at UMD, ARL, and colleagues have developed a battery that is at once safer, cheaper, more environmentally friendly, and more powerful - by adding a pinch of salt.
Transparent wood made at UMD could create new windows, cars and solar panels
Scientists at the University of Maryland (UMD) have developed a novel method for altering the light reflected or absorbed by a material by match-making combinations of gold, silver, and copper into various mixtures of metals, or alloys.
UMD undergraduate student one of 2,000 award recipients for the 2016 competition.
Student Teams Build, Battle Robots to Secure Spot in International Championship
The Clark School hosted A Day of Inclusive Excellence in late March 2016.
UMD led team aims to build cutting edge prototype for the next generation of transportation.
Dr. Adly leads research efforts in new position at Cairo University.
Aerospace Engineering graduate student Sylvie DeLaHunt recognized by ASEE for her essay “Overcoming obstacles and creating positive change."
Attracting mid- to large-sized medical device companies through established innovation hubs is the biggest key to growing Baltimore into a major medical device technology sector
University of Maryland Celebrates 50th
Launch of the Maryland Space Grant Consortium Balloon Payload Program
Yi programs a KUKA industrial robot to dance with humans in his work.
Mechanical Engineering graduate students Mohamed Beshr and Radia Eldeeb awarded 2015 GDF-Suez Chuck Edwards Memorial Fellowships.
Prolific Researcher Recognized for Exceptional Teaching and Mentoring
Jie Chen recognized for outstanding scholarship and substantial contributions to the scientific community.
Atom-scale synthesis makes highly conductive LiPON for solid-state battery
The University of Maryland Center for Young Children (CYC) Tour UMERC
Maryland students and their rover 'Frigg' win first place at the 2015 Robo-Ops Competition.
Sponsorship helps strengthen Fire Protection Engineering's undergraduate curriculum.
Poster session, in-depth discussions, presentations.... and hiking
CEE researchers host "Building Blocks for a National Resilience Scorecard" workshop.
CEO of Baltimore Gas and Electric Company to speak on May 22.
New study sees steep rise in ethane accompanying the rise in fracking.
Award supports graduate student’s study of printed and flexible electronics and batteries.
AIChE welcomes more than 300 chemical engineering students from more than two dozen schools.
Invention offers security, forensic, and historic preservation applications
National award supports outstanding undergraduates pursuing careers in research.
Jewell develops potent and selective vaccine delivery technique targeting cancer and autoimmune diseases
Professor James E. Hubbard, Jr. and Aerospace Engineering Alumna Aimy Wissa (Ph.D., '14) collaborate on winning ASME paper.
Nine nominees for Invention of the Year to be recognized at annual event
New center cofounded by ChBE professor Chunsheng Wang.
Annual award recognizes outstanding service to the state.
Nearly 200 gather for UMD American Society of Civil Engineers event.
Grip Boost gel restores gloves to like-new condition for a fraction of the cost of new ones.
Materials Science professors receive awards from the Md. Academy of Sciences and Md. Science Center.
Fackler’s exploration of vicalloy using combinatorial materials synthesis wins awards.
Launch UMD helps team raise funds for upgrades, travel to national competition.
UMD researchers discuss new approaches to imitation learning for robots in ASME's Mechanical Engineering's September issue.
At least 50 disciplines represented at full-day event.
Mechanical Engineering senior Abisola Kusimo selected as a 2014 Women of Color Student Leadership Award recipient.
Research showcase to highlight role of engineers in developing innovative solutions to help prevent, mitigate, and respond to disasters.
MSE student part of NIST team pursuing near-perfect crystals.
Eric LaRoche (B.S., '14) secures a 12-month dream job with Infiniti Red Bull Racing.
The center develops highly ordered nanostructures that offer a unique way of looking at the science of energy storage.
More than 250 project management professionals gathered at the University of Maryland June 9-10 for the inaugural Project Management Symposium.
Students' inventions range from diagnostic devices to accident prevention products.
New process designed to make Na-ion batteries an effective alternative to Li-ion.
The funding is for new scientific methodologies and tools related to cybersecurity.
Jane Cornett (Ph.D. ’13) recognized for work in thermoelectrics.
Program will promote human health through engineering principles and medical science.
Undergrads gain hands-on experience helping biologists build solutions for critical honey bee issue.
UMD researchers were honored yesterday at the White House as recipients of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE).
New vehicle debuted at regional competition.
Electrical Engineering and Math major was one of three University of Maryland students selected
Glenn L. Martin Institute Professor of Engineering Dr. Arthur S. Bergles passes at 78.
"Hackathon" event to showcase student-made technology creations
Green technologies, oyster farming, Chesapeake Bay-saving and medical inventions dominate the funding round.
Professor Carol Espy-Wilson's company, OmniSpeech, will debut its groundbreaking speech extraction technology at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show.
Wife of former UMD Aerospace Engineering Chair and helicopter pioneer passes away peacefully.
Finalists selected among 56 entries representing 23 states nationwide and District of Columbia.
Director of UMD's Autonomous Vehicle Laboratory speaks about challenges facing Amazon's drone delivery program.
Over a thousand visit College Park campus for Mpact Week events.
Former FDA branch chief to guide UMD effort to help improve food, drug, and medical device safety.
The Silicon Valley-tested, Lean Startup-based initiative is slated to train 300 top entrepreneurial research teams over three years.
Three ECE students win MHacks, a hackathon with more than 1200 students competing.
Events will highlight the Clark School's research, education, innovation, and entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Alumnus Matthew Wook Chang's custom E. Coli target hospital-acquired infections.
Clark School energy research, including solid oxide fuel cells and wood battery, featured in variety of mainstream media outlets.
New models and equations aid in understanding of natural phenomena, have implications for engineered networks of robots.
Prof. Gerald Galloway testifies before the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
Redox Power Systems, UMD develop breakthrough fuel cells to provide efficient, affordable electricity.
The five day experience included hands-on activities.
Wheel Shields and UMDTutor2Go received top honors at the event.
Award supports grad student's work in potential therapies for tissue regeneration.
BioE senior recognized for work in Orthopaedic Mechanobiology Lab.
New Business Model Challenge focuses on business model generation, customer development and pivoting.
birthday, career celebrated in special symposium.
The New Center Memorializes Alexander Brown in its Efforts to Innovate
Clark School of Engineering undergrads help middle and high school students prepare, compete.
UMD's Michel Cukier and David Maimon collaborate to explore hacker behavior.
UMD's Student Chapter of the Electrochemical Society met with Congress on March 12-13 to show value of R&D funding.
Researchers harness the quantum nature of light and semiconductors to expand the capabilities of computers.
"Amplifying the Field" celebrates undergraduate contributions to biomedical research.
UMD's Jonathan Simon works with Columbia colleague to unlock mystery inside human brain.
Pulsing with lithium, tiny silicon beads on a nanotube hold promise for better batteries
Women in Engineering event attracts 600 high school participants and their families.
Initiative to Train 300 of the Top Entrepreneurial Research Teams from U.S. Universities, Federal Labs
Computer Engineering freshmen compete with students from top universities around the world to solve programming problem.
Mentors and high school students build and program robots on campus
Publication focuses on opportunities in mesoscale science.
The Clark School celebrates with an alumnae reception and new WIE Opportunity Scholarship Fund.
New National Academies Report urges need for disaster resilience.
Three Clark School students and their college and high school mentors recognized.
Bioengineering graduate student studies imaging, simulations.
Clark School study predicts damage from sea level rise brought on by global warming.
Federal Highway Administration funds work of Chris Davis, Stuart Milner involving cooperating cameras.
UMD has moved up to 14th on the undergraduate list - up from 18th last year, and 24th for graduate this year.
Over 150 government, industry, academic representatives attend new center's showcase event.
National Science Foundation supports C. Wang's efforts to create a single material for anode, electrolyte, and cathode.
Mechanical engineering students' air conditioning project takes first place in Department of Energy competition.
Professor seeks new treatments for type 1 diabetes, other autoimmune diseases.
Twenty-two top students from across the country demonstrate faculty-advised research projects.
Applied Technology and Traffic Analysis Program employed during major Baltimore event.
BioE undergrad's presentation on novel battery tech wins $10K.
See exhibit of record-setting Gamera I, including 20-foot rotor, before this summer's flight of Gamera II.
Mechanical engineering professor to use atomic force microscopy to study real-time degradation of fuel cells and batteries.
Sophomore Mian Khalid wins prestigious Howard Hughes Medical Institute fellowship for work with Kofinas Group.
Electrolyte determines just how thin a nanoscale lithium battery can be.
"Exceptional sophomores and juniors" chosen from nationwide field of applicants for $6K-$10K internships.
Ragahavan, colleagues create UV-curable polymer that more effectively separates cells from serum.
Engineering freshmen build the field and help teams in the pits.
Clark School, Smithsonian to develop and test system for measuring moisture in at-risk architecture and art.
Clark School, National Geographic, Princeton to build wireless network of animal-borne embedded devices to track wildlife.
ECE-affiliated Associate Professor Michael Hicks has been selected to serve as the University of Maryland Cybersecurity Center's new director.
Department of Homeland Security boosts funding for D.C.-area information-sharing network.
Praise for team entered into the Congressional Record.
Professionals and budding engineers take in speakers, demonstrations, labs.
Human-powered helicopter effort wins American Helicopter Museum and Education Center Achievement Award for 2011.
Gessow Rotorcraft Center part of a $7 million research effort.
Undergrads serve as team captains in Viva TechnologyTM
high school outreach activities.
Alumnus Kalantari creates technology and company to save lives, improve maintenance.
Mechanical engineering society's InterPACK event honors former ME chair.
Aviation operations collaboration is worth up to $60 million over length of contract.
Researchers who make training games for first responders win local Global Game Jam.
In breakthrough batteries, virally structured nano-electrodes boost energy capacity 10-fold.
Research is contributing to cost effective development and deployment of many safety and security-critical cyber-physical systems.
Please join the Clark School and university in remembering distinguished staff member.
Stresses 'more-than-tech' solutions for government and private sectors.
Alumnus Briskman newest Innovation Hall of Fame honoree.
Professor served as the provost and acting president of the Petroleum Institute.
Science, Technology and Society Program sees fabrication, rehabilitation facilities.
Wang, Guo create longer-lasting electrode using 3D polymer structure, silicon nanoparticles.
Chemical engineering professor plans to share experiences with students this fall.
Materials group's nanotube study could improve computer processor, turbine generator efficiency.
Novel technology to make speech clear for mobile phones, related communications.
Clark School team develops "smart" alloy for cooling systems.
This is the second article by the group to appear in the journal in 2010.
Quynh Nguyen (Ph.D. '03, chemical engineering) attends Summer Institute at Oxford.
Paley studies schooling fish to improve motion coordination in unmanned vehicle teams.
Visit the Clark School Saturday for demonstrations, hands-on activities and more.
$3.2M NSF grant funds effort to transform poplar trees into biofuel.
Maryland joins prominent network of 10 institutions worldwide focused on parallel computing.
Student start-up company’s blood-clotting foam "most promising" in international competition.
Charles E. Waggner '54 establishes Goodings Professorship, advances Great Expectations
ChBE undergraduate brings One Laptop Per Child program to Madagascar.
Young faculty development award will support research on nuclear system reliability.
Linda Hudson will continue on Women in Engineering Program board.
NSF grant for research to reduce carbon footprint of large data-storage centers.
Ultra-sensitive devices for threat detection, biomedical apps earn Takeuchi, collaborators DARPA grant.
Research designed to increase effectiveness of lithium ion batteries.
ISR director, ECE professor named dean of UAEU's College of Information Technology.
Gala to recognize bioengineering benefactor, Chan-Mo Park and Anh Duong.
Maryland NanoCenter researchers create new device to store electrical energy.
Campus memorial service to be held Wednesday, March 25 at 3:00 pm in the University Chapel.
Prevent Cancer Foundation to support Chen's biopsy guidance technique.
Academic institutions, Navy announce engineering education and research program in Southern Maryland.
Presents work on treatment of traumatic facial injuries.
Mtech to administer funds for startups that help Chesapeake Bay.
Clark School engineers discover new material to reduce lead in electronics, landfills.
New biomaterial designed to stop bleeding.
Clark School engineers out to thaw the mysteries of ice.
Professor consulted for Washington Post
Class captures real-world challenges with open-ended problems, team-based collaboration.
Six winners were selected from eight finalist teams.
Local NBC station to feature Roy McCauley, Clark School/Terps Racing alum.
New lasers are tunable, span longer wavelengths.
Undergraduate one of only 36 U.S. EE students to be awarded funding.
Microfactories for drug research are one step closer to reality.
Zymetis Inc. expands Bay-derived technology as newest incubator company.
CATT Lab will be highlighted on the History Channel February 28 at 8 p.m. (EST).
Connecticut resident wins Clark School's Supercomputer Naming Contest with "ParaLeap."
Read Innovation Hall of Fame member's remarks on unique character of engineers.
Clark School develops online training environment for emergency responders.
Uzi Vishkin's group develops first easy-to-program parallel processing supercomputer prototype.
Fifteen-year Silicon Valley veteran, graduate of MIT, Stanford and Wharton to lead programs.
New civil engineering initiative graduates first class of students.
New discovery can filter a patient's blood in a process similar to dialysis.
Bioengineering benefactor lectures on "Engineering for Humanity, Fun and Profit."
$1.9 million DoD contract to help company develop robot control system.
ECE/ISR alumna is named associate professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering Department.
Team awarded medals for educational game at TOYchallenge 2006 competition.
ECE Assistant Professor Thomas E. Murphy was given a $400,000 NSF CAREER award
Congress has allocated $3.5 million for the creation of a new space robotics institute that will be led by Clark School researchers.
The A. James Clark Scholarship Endowment will provide financial support for Clark School undergraduate engineering students.
At the FutureTruck 2003 Awards Ceremony, Professor of Mechanical Engineering David Holloway received National Science Foundation Outstanding Faculty Advisor of the Year Award.
A list of Clark school accomplishments for Spring 2002
Dr. Reinhard Radermacher, professor, inducted into A. James Clark School Innovation Hall of Fame.