Richard Marciano and colleagues publish an extended, iterative study applied to digitized and datafied WWII-era records housed at the FDR Presidential Library.
Nuno Martins, Richard La and Jair Certorio's model steers epidemic variables to an endemic equilibrium with the lowest prevalence of infections.
In new paper, Richard Marciano and colleagues use technique to unlock links in newly released WWII Japanese American incarceration camp records.
Han received her Ph.D. in 2006 under the guidance of Prof. Richard La with a focus on wireless communication in ad-hoc networks.
The paper investigates version age scaling in general gossip network models which exhibit a community structure.
ISR's annual awards ceremony was held on the Iribe Building's cantilever plaza.
The issue includes 21 articles that reflect the state of the art in Age of Information research.
Alum Xiaobo Tan and his MSU colleagues have developed sensing panels that can record the mechanics of the attachment.
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.
UMD announces with the U.S. Army Research Lab agreements in additive manufacturing and battery research.
At Maryland, Tan was advised by Professor John Baras and Professor P. S. Krishnaprasad.
Funded teams feature UMD faculty from 15 academic departments and six centers and institutes
The new UMB-UMCP program has announced its first grants for projects combining AI and medicine.
Lin and La develop algorithm for teams of small mobile robots stationed on bridges.
Researchers from across UMD convene to discuss the latest projects funded by BBI
Digital curation is increasingly extending archiving and preservation by adding value to digital objects.
Former student of Lung-Wen Tsai has been on technology institute's faculty for 20 years.
FIRE freshmen, AE undergrads and MEng Robotics students take first place in both categories at VFS Micro Air Vehicle Student Challenge.
The University’s Brain and Behavior Initiative (BBI) hosted its Second Annual Seed Grant Symposium on November 14, 2018 at Adele’s in the Stamp Student Union.
The cutting-edge Whiting-Turner Infrastructure Engineering Laboratories total more than 7,000 square feet.
Baras honored for his technical contributions and commercialization leadership of Internet over satellite, hybrid satellites, and terrestrial networks.
Marciano is part of the NSF Brown Dog national research cyberinfrastructure project.
Moving towards a more diverse and inclusive campus.
Findings could advance the design of hurricane-resistant structures.
New microsystems detect, treat bacterial biofilms—the source of many post-operative infections; latest device can sense and treat biofilm inside urinary catheters.
NSF's REU program provides undergraduate students with hands-on exposure to scientific research.
The award is the highest recognition of professional achievement for US control systems engineers and scientists.
Faculty development workshop helped mid-career STEM academics develop knowledge, skills, strategies and critical networks.
La is a joint appointee of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department and the Institute for Systems Research.
She will pursue Ph.D. study in electrical and systems engineering at the University of Pennsylvania in the fall.
Professor is building sophisticated digital platform for testing and prototyping implantable cardiac devices.
Five-day event focused on role of engineers in disaster prevention, mitigation, and response.
Worth $4.7 million, the projects team Maryland faculty and companies to bring products closer to market.
Nuno Martins, Sarah Bergbreiter, Richard La to collaborate with Resensys on development of semi-autonomous system.
Patent is for a method and system for source authentication in group communications.
Clark School program prepares students for academic careers in Top-50 engineering schools.
Also named to Princeton Review's
"300 Best Professors" list.
Stamper will lead professional experiences at the Terre Haute, Ind., institute.
Professor & alumnus will present a plan for a speech extraction technology for voice communications.
Group will give graduate students opportunity for camaraderie and learning.
University tests its preparedness for large-scale outbreaks.
The legal services provider is now headquartered in the TAP Incubator.
Research will be a first step towards identifying suitable frameworks.
Former student of Eyad Abed and Richard La will become assistant professor of electrical engineering.
Research will explore how different network connectivity concepts shape resource allocation when nodes are mobile.
ECE undergrad Randolph Ballard & alumnus and faculty researcher Mehdi Kalantari among competition winners.
Event for graduate students and postdocs draws more than 100 participants.
Research will focus on networked systems and multi-agent systems.
This IP is available to license.
Cover story features Professors Ulukus, Ephremides, Narayan, Liu and La
ECE and ISR faculty member is specialist in network modeling and resource allocation.
Research to exploit inter-layer dependencies in network protocols for improved performance.