Nonlinear optics, space science
‘Advanced Manufacturing Lab’ currently offered at College Park, will be in Southern Maryland in 2024
The University of Maryland's 40th annual Convocation will honor 33 faculty and staff—including four from the A. James Clark School of Engineering—for their contributions to education, research, and the campus community.
Three Maryland Engineering professors—Liangbing Hu, Sennur Ulukus, and Don DeVoe—are among the 16 University of Maryland faculty members recognized this year as Distinguished University Professors and Distinguished Scholar-Teachers.
Battery Recycling: Scientists Develop Swift, Scalable, and Eco-friendly Process for Upcycling Degraded Graphite
Innovate Maryland event also celebrates work on plastic substitutes, cancer detection, quantum science
Multi-institutional study published in Nature
New Research Published in Nature
Metal-organic Framework will support many environmental applications
UMD exceeds $100M in ARPA-E funding
Direct metal melt printing towards additive manufacturing of multi-principal element alloys
He will lead Clark School research, partnership and outreach activities in Southern Maryland.
Funds offered by the ARPA-E project will go towards the development of clean energy technology.
A novel disorder-to-order transition strategy for ordered nanoparticles published in Science Advances.
Clark School researchers among the "who's who" of influential researchers, according to Clarivate.
Study published in Nature Sustainability.
UMD research group invented the first high-performance solid-state paper batteries by a new molecular scale engineering method.
Abshire, Fisher and Hu honored for outstanding success in scholarly accomplishment and excellence in teaching.
Six Clark School faculty and staff will be honored at UMD's 38th annual Convocation on Sept. 15, 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.
Hu is the first UMD scholar to receive this honor.
Study on strong, biodegradable and recyclable bioplastic published in Nature Sustainability.
Maryland’s Future 20
is a list of startups that have the potential to be the state’s next major business success story.
Multi-Institutional research study made the January 2021 cover of Nature Catalysis.
Clarivate Highly Cited Researchers have published multiple papers frequently cited by their peers over the last decade.
Ion Storage Systems and InventWood hailed as talented innovators
Since April 2020, the COVID-19 Impact Analysis Platform has provided decision makers with a clear view of how the current epidemiological situation affects our society, economy, mobility, and public health.
Platform provides comprehensive data about COVID’s impact on mobility, health and the economy.
Three Clark School graduate students were among the university's 2020 Three Minute Thesis (3MT) winners.
UMD President-Designate Darryll Pines inspires a culture of excellence at the Clark School, where everyone plays a part.
UMD engineers have reinvented a 26,000-year-old manufacturing process into an innovative approach to fabricating ceramic materials.
“Quarantine fatigue” is recorded in 48 states.
Data Analysis Shows Erratic Response to COVID-19 Restrictions
Research center, led by Liangbing Hu, will use innovative materials development to solve the world’s most pressing problems.
UMD’s Maryland Transportation Institute and CATT Lab are analyzing data gleaned from mobile devices.
The award recognizes exceptionally influential research accomplishments by Clark School faculty.
A World Bank delegation visited campus to learn more about transportation initiatives being developed at UMD.
Niemeier is the first of several endowed Clark Distinguished Chairs to be appointed through the Clark Foundation investment.
Key concerns include vehice safety, software reliabillity, and cybersecurity.
MTI experts shine a light on how travelers move between and within metropolitan areas.
UMD transportation engineers develop incenTrip to nudge users toward greener, more efficient travel decisions.
Led by CATT Lab, the project could shape how agencies operate and design the transportation network.
UMD researchers receive $1.5 M NSF grant to develop first-of-kind bioelectronics.
The database will help state and local governments know when and how to best engage in P3s.
An electric vehicle charger innovation takes home top honors for Invention of Year.
The Maryland Transportation Institute will coordiate more than $20 million in annual research expenditures.
Among the nine 2017 Invention of the Year award nominees, six are led by or include Clark School researchers.
UMD Energy Innovation Technologies dominate
CEE researchers use cutting-edge technology to collect travel behavior data.
First safety surge poses minimal effects on area traffic, measurable crowding on Metrorail
The National Transportation Center at Maryland hosts nearly 200 transportation experts for innovation and policy summit.
CEE Associate Professor and NTC@Maryland Director recognized for influential scientific and scholarly work.
Ghodssi is also a Fellow of IEEE and AVS.
Citation reads: "For outstanding leadership in microsystems technology achieved by combining knowledge of materials and processing, innovative device concepts, and diverse applications."
Patent awarded for compounds capable of fighting antibiotic-resistant bacteria
Professor is recognized "for contributions to materials and processes for microsystems technologies."
Director of Institute for Systems Research and Herbert Rabin Distinguished Chair honored by university.
Deutsch Foundation-sponsored Clark School research offers multi-pronged attack on major medical problem.
MEMS Materials and Processes Handbook
is practical resource for academics, engineers, students.
In breakthrough batteries, virally structured nano-electrodes boost energy capacity 10-fold.
Award recognizes Mtech founding director's extraordinary contributions to campus.
Three receive Achievement Rewards for College Scientists awards at U.S. Supreme Court.
New Institute for Systems Research leader to take reigns October 1.
Ghodssi uses tobacco mosaic virus in fabrication of energy storage devices.
Research focuses on low-friction, long-life microball bearings for PowerMEMS devices.
Gala to recognize bioengineering benefactor, Chan-Mo Park and Anh Duong.
MEMS microscale ball bearing research highlighted in feature article.
Nathan Siwak awarded 2009 Achievement Rewards for College Scientists (ARCS) Fellowship.
Clark School officially welcomes Dean Pines, thanks Interim Dean Rabin.
Microcantilever research is featured in the February 2009 Research@
Clark School researchers introduce new era of miniaturization in machines.
"Frontiers of Engineering" targets exceptional young engineers.
UM agrees to exchange of faculty, students with Pakistani university.
Reza Ghodssi is recognized for sustained and influential scientific and scholarly work.
$7.6M, 7,400-square-foot addition to Kim Building serves as new department home.
Clark School, Smith School jointly offer Certificate in Innovation.
New option to prepare students for future rolls in education, industry, government.
Professorship, part of Fischell endowment, recognizes scientific and scholarly work.
Gift from Jeong H. Kim helps fund reach milestone, supports Great Expectations
ECE professor "gives back" to the Clark School.
Fifteen-year Silicon Valley veteran, graduate of MIT, Stanford and Wharton to lead programs.
MTECH director assumes position July 1, when Dean Farvardin becomes provost.
New initiative brings innovation processes to small, mid-sized manufacturing companies.
Cooperation seeks to enhance collaborative educational and research activities in energy sciences.
Dr. William Bentley, Herbert Rabin Distinguished Professor of Engineering and director of Bioengineering Program received the 2003 Clark School of Engineering Outstanding Faculty Research Award.
A list of Clark school accomplishments for Fall 2002, with an introduction by Dean Nariman Farvardin.
A list of Clark school accomplishments for Summer 2002, with an introduction by Dean Nariman Farvardin.