News & Announcements

Rudinger Developing Large Language Models with Commonsense Reasoning

Jun 04, 2024 - Her work is supported by an NSF Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) award, given to junior faculty that exemplify the role of teacher- scholars through their outstanding research and scholarship.

Developing a Robotic System to Improve Autonomy for People with Mobility Issues

May 23, 2024 - Innovative work with real-world impact by the Robotics Algorithms & Autonomous Systems Lab was recently honored at an IEEE robotics conference.

UMD Researchers Devise Novel Framework to Advance Quantum Error Correction

May 23, 2024 - They are developing a new concept built on quantum spherical codes that could make the notoriously fragile information in a photon-based quantum computer less susceptible to errors.

Miers Receives Test of Time Award at IEEE Security Symposium

May 22, 2024 - He was recognized for his pioneering work involving the security of blockchain transactions.

Merchan’s Passion for Family and Sports Carries Over to Workplace

May 14, 2024 - The UMIACS business manager sought employment closer to home so he could spend more time with family and less time commuting.

Furong Huang Part of New Federal Initiative to Advance AI

May 13, 2024 - She is part of a new federal initiative that provides powerful computing resources to researchers focused on innovative research and scholarship involving AI.

UMIACS Researchers Discuss How AI Will Change the Way We Live

May 10, 2024 - Five UMIACS faculty members were interviewed for a podcast series on how AI will impact education, work, culture and creativity.

Gorshkov, Gullans Part of Team Honored With Invention of the Year

May 10, 2024 - The researchers are part of a team that won the quantum category at the university’s Invention of the Year Awards for developing a new method to count particles of light—known as photons—without destroying them.

Bhatele Receives University of Illinois Early Career Alumni Award

May 09, 2024 - The associate professor of computer science has been recognized by his alma mater for his strong promise toward long standing contributions to computer science education and research.

UMD Researcher to Advance AI Using Powerful Federal Computing Resources

May 06, 2024 - Abhinav Shrivastava will use the Summit supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory for a project designed to improve AI-based visual recognition models.