For 30 years, Nada Golmie (Ph.D. ’02, computer science) has made her mark as an innovator and problem-solver at NIST.
This new Institute will leverage recent advances in artificial intelligence and computing to create a premier learning health care system that evaluates both de-identified and secure digitized medical health data to diagnose, prevent and treat diseases in patients across the state of Maryland.
As associate dean for research, Cleaveland will help grow the college’s annual sponsored research funding, which currently exceeds $200 million. He will also lead the college to higher levels of research excellence and national prominence and launch new initiatives.
A new tool aids in the search for new quantum error correction schemes—including the Holy Grail of self-correcting quantum error correction.
Gov. Larry Hogan announces Maryland Mesonet project to enhance state’s critical infrastructure and preparedness
UMD astronomer Sylvain Veilleux served as co-principal investigator of this latest glimpse into the early universe.