2022 USNWR Graduate Rankings put ChemE at Maryland at #19.
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.
The competition recognizes distinguished graduate student researchers in order to help propel their careers and demonstrate the value of high-quality engineering research.
Wang, known for his versatile battery research, cited by Research Interfaces.
UMD collaborates on battery-healing development
Hu and Wang identified by Web of Science
Advised by ChBE Professor Nam Sun Wang, the group aims to encourage STEM education amongst local middle school students
Klauda research group published in Chemical Reviews.
Eric Wang was honored at the undergraduate awards ceremony this week for outstanding achievement.
Building Energy Efficient Frontiers & Innovation Technologies (BENEFIT) awards announced
Advised by Jeffrey Klauda, Wang's research focuses on modeling the outer layer of the skin.
Study published in Chemistry of Materials.
Hu, Wang demonstrated significant influence through publication of multiple highly cited papers during the last decade.
InnoWorks - a free, student-run, summer program - gets kids excited about science.
Method utilized to develop physics model for how NPs behave in electric fields under various conditions.
Ramos was a Columbian Fulbright scholar, advised by Nam Sun Wang.
Junior bioengineering major Eric Wang
recognized for work in molecular dynamics.
Study conducted by University of Maryland Prof Chunsheng Wang and U.S. Army Research Lab Scientist Kang Xu's research groups, published in Joule.
Chunsheng Wang and team offer highest energy density ever achieved in an aqueous battery.
The Wells fellowship supports new research in sustainable energy generation and/or storage.
UMD's ChemE team topped eight competitor teams in the AIChE national Jeopardy competition.
AIChE welcomes more than 300 chemical engineering students from more than two dozen schools.
Exceptional students recognized at annual ceremony.
Local middle school students attend science workshop on campus.
The center develops highly ordered nanostructures that offer a unique way of looking at the science of energy storage.
Professor receives 2014 Sir William Grove Award.
Arya, Emdadi and Gibbons honored by department.
Winners will represent department in college-level competition.
"Exceptional sophomores and juniors" chosen from nationwide field of applicants for $6K-$10K internships.
Exceptional students recognized by the Department, Clark School, and professional societies.
ChBE grad students win health, modeling divisions of university-wide research showcase.
Virally structured nano-electrodes boost energy capacity tenfold.
YiAn Sun receives university honor.
Summer program hosts local middle school students, offers hands-on learning.
Grad students recognized for work on thesis, dissertation.
Sustainability short focuses on creative use of steam.
Former student specializes in physiological fluid dynamics and microfluidics.
Grad student Brady advises biological systems engineering department.
Grad student invited to conference and to submit solicited research to journal.
Professor recognized for dedication to teaching, ethics, and supporting female students.
SymViva Technologies receives $2K for further development.
Popular, fun activities help visitors explore and learn.
Winners to be announced May 9.
Paper on biocompatible fluorescent nano materials earns award money, trip to Korea.
Jingtao Wang accepts position as an associate professor.
Klauda, Wang arrive Fall 2007; Sriram Spring 2008.
Student chapter recognizes outstanding teaching, advising.
Nariman Farvardin presides over final graduation as Clark School dean.
Professor recognized for service to department and the Clark School.
Program prepares graduate students for a career in academia.
Enhanced process could improve biotransformation reactions.
Alice Gillette Forman, 30, process engineer.