Materials Science and Engineering celebrated its anniversary on November 7, 2023.
‘Advanced Manufacturing Lab’ currently offered at College Park, will be in Southern Maryland in 2024
UMD Researchers Will Work to Discover New Materials to Safeguard Nation’s Supply of Crucial Tech Hardware
Dr. Milke becomes the second FPE former chair to earn this recognition.
On May 8, 2023, 24 teams presented novel designs at the BIOE Capstone Design Competition.
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.
FPE Chair, Jim Milke, retires, leaving some very large boots to fill.
In the Spring 2023 issue, read how Maryland fire protection engineers are working to better understand the causes and order of magnitude of fires in humanitarian settlements.
Twelve projects led by or involving Maryland Engineering faculty have been awarded funding through the Grand Challenges Grants Program, the largest and most comprehensive program of its kind ever introduced at the University of Maryland.
U.S. Commerce Secretary's Visit Highlights Importance of UMD, Higher Ed to Future of Domestic Electronics Industry
University of Maryland bioengineers develop a new technique to efficiently capture, gently release, and effectively scale up circulating tumor cells, a leading culprit in cancer spread.
Clark School alums helped 'unfold the universe' through their work on Webb
Online learning platform selects UMD’s proposal as part of a series on virtual workplace skills.
This year, Maryland Engineering honors 69 undergraduates who exemplify the college’s commitment to excellence; five are recognized with Dean’s Awards.
DOD funding will advance transformational U.S. Army battery technology
Professor Shawn He and a team of researchers aim to improve how cardiac muscle tissue is engineered.
After its successful launch Dec. 25, Webb is well on its way to full deployment and the start of its mission.
CREB held its 2021 fall meeting to discuss battery chemistry designed for super-cold environments.
Utilized for decades in the world of manned aviation, the voluntary reporting system is a boon for unmanned aviation as well.
FPE Chair Jim Milke and students weigh in on the fire hazards of improvised communities.
BIOE associate professor recognized for efforts to promote high-quality instruction.
Technology could one day be used to improve stem cell-based therapies as well as treatment options for diabetes and infertility.
Technology is based on the work of Prof. Chunsheng Wang in the A. James Clark School of Engineering
Hala Alkhalouf's study flags supply chain disruptions, labor shortages as factors.
Whittingham won the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work with Li-ion batteries.
The Clark School community mourns the loss of George E. Dieter, who served as dean of engineering at the University of Maryland from 1977-94.
UMD Research Seeks to Minimize Risks of Performing Together; New Tech Supports Students’ Learning
The virtual meeting aimed to bolster battery technology under extreme conditions.
SABRE-enhanced NV-NMR may become a high-impact tool for biological applications, such as tracking and monitoring of chemical reactions of metabolites in single cells.
UMD engineers demonstrate a new shape-changing nozzle that could revolutionize “4D Printing” applications.
The Day One Project has tapped a proposal led by UMD’s Allison Reilly as one of 100 sci-tech ideas for the next U.S. administration.
Aerospace entrepreneur’s gift aims to inspire future engineers.
Mechanical Engineering Distinguished University
Professor Avram Bar-Cohen helped lay the scientific foundations for the thermal management of electronics components.
NuScale Power, co-founded by UMD alumnus José Reyes, is the first to win NRC approval for a small modular reactor (SMR) design.
The team will help farmers tap the economic potential and environmental benefits of shellfish aquaculture.
Four University of Maryland teams competed in this year’s NASA 2020 Revolutionary Aerospace Systems Concepts – Academic Linkage (RASC-AL) competition.
Researchers aim to prevent disease spread during endotracheal intubation procedures for COVID-19 patients.
BIOE seniors present Capstone projects and celebrate winners virtually.
The annual series honors contributions to bridging geotechnical and pavement engineering.
Mechanical engineering chair Bala Balachandran leads a data-driven approach.
Campus high-tech manufacturing takes on COVID-19.
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.
The COVID-19 pandemic has unleashed a torrent of creativity from researchers eager to help society through this difficult passage.
Slye, the first graduate of FPE's program, passed on April 13, 2020.
UMD-supported business development facility creating ventilators from breast pumps along with masks, shields to fill need.
Clark School faculty and additive manufacturing experts are working to 3D print protective face shields in response to critical PPE shortages.
Researchers are working to address the critical supply of N95 respirators resulting from the COVID-19 crisis.
Bioengineers, Terrapin Works producing new respirator and ventilator designs.
Campus units donate masks, gloves, and other much-needed supplies.
Downloadable software developed by Herrmann and colleagues aids in planning clinic design, surges, vaccination allocation and alternative care sites.
Endowed Memorial Scholarship provided by the NFPA will be available to incoming undergraduates.
Alumni Kerry Wisnosky (aerospace engineering, ’86), co-founder of Millennium, provides new balloon payload project opportunities to help enhance student research capabilities.
An interview with the inaugural Clark Distinguished Chair and MTI faculty affiliate.
""High Efficiency Water Segregator" won the grand prize.
The lab will enable hands-on research and will offer undergraduate courses in networking and network virtualization, as well as revamp Master’s in Telecommunications courses.
Tim Sweeney ('93, mechanical engineering) is building the new frontier of gaming.
A National Academies study committee chaired by Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Allen P. Davis is recommending steps the EPA can take to strengthen the moniitoring and management of industrial stormwater.
UMD to Collaborate with Rice University, Wake Forest to Advance 3-D Printing Applications for Regenerative Medicine
UMD Invention Has Potential to Cut Energy Costs in Residential and Large Building AC
Researchers will develop tools/strategies that encourage software developers to write more secure code
The Department provided a training course to Bangladesh engineers in an effort to extinguish factory fires that have become all too common.
National Space Club and Foundations selects UMD undergrad to give keynote at 2017 Goddard Memorial Dinner.
Affordable RT-PCR for clinical diagnostics, fear mitigation device for pediatric MRIs tie for first place.
Transparent wood made at UMD could create new windows, cars and solar panels
Kim named one of 13 exceptional corporate and civic leaders to the Horatio Alger Member Class of 2016
The Clark School hosted A Day of Inclusive Excellence in late March 2016.
Applications for three-credit technical electives due March 1, 2016.
New UMD imaging technique could yield more efficient solar cells
University of Maryland's Clark School of Engineering community remembers namesake and friend
Event Highlights 3D Printing, Additive Manufacturing Technologies at UMD
Three winners selected among 56 entrants to advance their innovative ideas for broad social impact
The Silicon Valley-tested, Lean Startup-based initiative is slated to train 300 top entrepreneurial research teams over three years.
The seed round is the largest of any student company while in the program.
Deadline for entries is October 13, 2003.
Redox Power Systems, UMD develop breakthrough fuel cells to provide efficient, affordable electricity.
Inaugural TS/UM Social Innovation Challenge to spur development of transformative solutions for societal issues.
A. James Clark School of Engineering professor recognized for pioneering contributions in plasma physics.
Clark School of Engineering undergrads help middle and high school students prepare, compete.
Clark School student team pursues landmark achievement in human-powered flight.
The initiative expands key programs across campus for entrepreneurs each Friday.
Energy expert advocates investing in "the other fuel cell" to reduce reliance on fossil fuels now, not in decades.
Mechanical engineering alumnus (not to be confused with A. James Clark
) pioneered advances in optical scientific products.
NAE invites nation's exceptional young faculty members to share innovative ideas and approaches.
UM and ACC partners receive grant to spur new clean energy ventures; Mtech is selected as the PI.
Finding by Clark School researchers could lead to new air speed and stall detectors for aircraft.
System would detect ionization of air surrounding shipping containers holding radioactive material.
Toyota agrees to license Clark School professor and board member's patents for hybrid vehicle technology.
Program to benefit Clark School undergraduate and graduate students, research programs.
Read Innovation Hall of Fame member's remarks on unique character of engineers.
Clark School shows in vivo "nanofactories" can make and deliver targeted drugs.
The A. James Clark Scholarship Endowment will provide financial support for Clark School undergraduate engineering students.
A list of Clark school accomplishments for Spring 2002