Expand All | Collapse
Bergbreiter, Gerratt, Penskiy win Best Conference Paper Award
?Integrated Silicon-PDMS Process for Microrobot Mechanisms,? a paper written by Assistant Professor Sarah Bergbreiter (ME/ISR) and her students Aaron P. Gerratt and Ivan Penskiy, has won the Best Conference Paper Award at the 2010 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation in Anchorage, Alaska.
REU in Miniature Robotics holds final project symposiumBergbreiter and students win NTF Award at IROS 2011New NSF grant funds research to build network of tiny robots for bridge inspectionBergbreiter to attend NAE U.S. Frontiers of Engineering SymposiumBergbreiter wins Clark School MRI awardSarah Bergbreiter wins PECASE AwardBergbreiter one of '25 women in robotics you need to know about'UAE students, Northrop Grumman engineers tour robotics laboratoriesIEEE Spectrum website features quadruped microrobotBergbreiter wins National Robotics Initiative grant for 'active skins'
May 6, 2010
New NSF grant funds research to build network of tiny robots for bridge inspection
University of Maryland Orbital Debris Education and Research Center to Host Inaugural Workshop
University of Maryland Opens Unmanned Aircraft Systems Test Site in Southern Maryland
Bergbreiter to attend NAE U.S. Frontiers of Engineering Symposium
Bruck Named SEM Fellow
Clark School Faculty Promotions Announced
Greg Krummel wins Outstanding Research Award for Robo Crab
UMD Alumni Hatch Sub-$300 Consumer 3D Printer, Raise $3.3 Million on Kickstarter
Three UMD Undergraduates Win Top Prize at LAHacks
Clark School Welcomes Corporate Partners for Summit