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Electrical and Computer Engineering

University of Maryland freshmen Sage Leone, left, of Elkton, Md., and Genevieve Sampson, right, of Severna Park, Md., take part in Technica on Saturday at the Armory.

Technica-lly, Another Success

At World’s Largest Hackathon of Its Kind, Female and Nonbinary Participants Aim to Change the Face of Tech

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Teaching assistant Alekhya Lingireddy teaches a telecommunications course in the new Juniper Lab located in A.V. Williams room 1442.

Telecommunications, With a Parachute

New Juniper Networks Lab Lets Students Experiment Safely

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Ronald Walsworth in the lab

UMD Launches Quantum Technology Center

Researchers to Push Quantum Science Beyond Physics for High-Impact Innovations

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Crstyal City planting on a sunny, sunny day

UMD to Open Space for Collaboration in Crystal City in 2020

‘Discovery Center’ Near Amazon HQ2 to Drive Innovation

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Jerome Quenum

Guaranteed Connection

Medalist Honors Late Father With Career Pursuit as More Than 8,200 Terps Graduate Next Week

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Brendan Iribe building dedication speech

Dedication for Home to Innovation

Brendan Iribe Center for Computer Science and Engineering Expected to Transform Region’s Tech Corridor

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Iribe Center

UMD Launches Iribe Initiative for Inclusion and Diversity in Computing

Effort Supported by New $1M Gift From Brendan Iribe to Expand Programming to Students of All Genders and Backgrounds

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Self-driving car

Real-World Road Rules

Researchers Develop More Realistic Simulator to Test Self-Driving Cars

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Shipping containers

Spotting Distant Threats

New Laser Method Uses “Avalanche Breakdown” to Detect Radioactive Material

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