The interdisciplinary project will explore the molecular connection between the gut and the nervous system.
The award recognizes exceptionally influential research accomplishments by Clark School faculty.
Gang-Len Chang and his research team are testing a way to reduce sudden braking.
Awarded proposals feature researchers from seven colleges and schools as well as three centers and institutes
Key concerns include vehice safety, software reliabillity, and cybersecurity.
Briber, Das and Hu make novel heat-conversion membrane
BBI-affiliated faculty instrumental to "Readout and control of spatiotemporal neuronal codes for behavior"
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.
Bio-inspired sensorimotor framework allows quadrotors to fly though unknown gaps without building 3D maps.
UMD chemist will direct two labs on nanoscale fabrication and characterization
Projects featuring Fritz, Babadi and Ghodssi are among seven chosen for FY18 funding.
The AFOSR initiative funds researchers from Maryland, UCLA, the University of Houston, and Princeton.
Over 115 people attend symposium featuring work and accomplishments of BBI Seed Grant Awardees for FY16/FY17.
The research will focus on the development of three enabling technologies to establish polymorphic gates as a hardware security primitive.
Nine projects selected for funding.
Professor Gang Qu's keynote speech was on “How Hardware are Made Insecure and Untrusted.”
Clark School researchers are developing game-changing solid-state battery technology
Chang, Fu, Hu and Marcus write about their contribution to AlphaGo and how the OR and CS/AI communities could better cooperate.
200 scientists and students attend bi-annual nanoscience conference at UMD
Transparent wood made at UMD could create new windows, cars and solar panels
Chang, Fu, Hu and Marcus developed ideas at the core of the system that defeated Go master Lee Se-Dol in early March.
Five projects selected for inaugural round of funding.
Qu and research team will study the use of Silicon Physical Unclonable Functions (PUFs) as an entropy source.
Program, now in eight year, spurs inter-campus research collaboration
Security must be designed into systems, not added after the fact, both agreed.
Qu spoke at the 16th Chinese Fault-Tolerant Computing Conference (CFTC2015) in Shanghai, China.
Anodes with layer of alumina resist corrosion and cycle well
The workshop concentrated on emerging cybersecurity technologies used in warfare.
Researchers will investigate how crowds of neurons process sensory information.
Faculty promoted to full professor, associate professor with tenure.
Srivastava's research has advanced the frontiers of chip design technology.
Qu is part of new AFOSR MURI on security theory for nano-scale devices.
Awards honor outstanding faculty, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff.
Qu, Srivastava and Alumnus Forte Focus Research on Changing Future Nano-Scale Device Security
New initiative positions university at the forefront of the next chapter in massive open online courses.
Wood fibers help nano-scale batteries keep their structure
Professor Gang Qu speaks on establishing trust in critical components for Internet of Things: circuitry and routing protocols.
Chowdhury’s research focuses on optical tweezers.
Free event will address challenges related to next-generation vehicle cyber systems.
Research is part of agreement between Autonomous Province of Trento, Italy, and University of Maryland.
Monthly journal covers computer architectures, digital devices, operating systems, and new and important applications and trends.
ECE faculty receive $450K grant from Air Force Office of Scientific Research.
ISR welcomes Desai, Humbert, Jacob, Paley, Qu and Smela.
Ph.D. students chosen to participate in Clark School program designed to prepare future professors.
Researchers will develop a system that features holographic optical tweezers.
Twenty-seven ECE faculty members honored, representing 1/8 of researchers recognized university-wide.
Gang Qu featured in MIT Technology Review
for research aimed at saving processing power.
Undergraduate presenters honored for their 11-week research internship projects.
Uzi Vishkin's group develops first easy-to-program parallel processing supercomputer prototype.
This IP is available to license.
Cover story features Professors Ulukus, Ephremides, Narayan, Liu and La
Book explains recent sampling and population-based numerical algorithms that overcome the difficulties of computing an optimal solution in terms of a policy and/or value function.
Research will focus on novel applications of data hiding in computer programs.
ECE group wins best paper prize at conference on special-purpose computing systems.
Two promoted to professor and four promoted to associate professor.
Team earns grant from National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance.
Project will develop experimental prototypes of intelligent embedded systems
ECE Assistant Professor Gang Qu earns $50,000 award from Microsoft.
Research will investigate parallel random-access model (PRAM)-on-chip.