We are a diverse, collegial, passionate team of faculty who care deeply about the science and applications of microelectronics from device physics to bioelectronics to miniature sensors and actuators to power electronics to integrated circuits. We embrace diversity, equity, and inclusiveness as core values and believe strongly that excellence emerges from the unbiased exchange of ideas, tempered by hard work.
Our collegial and convergent research culture and state of the art infrastructure at the University of Maryland position us at the forefront of research and education in the world of microelectronics. Our facilities include:
The University of Maryland is located in the greater Washington D.C. area, surrounded by key national laboratories such as the Army Research Laboratory, NASA Goddard, the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the National Institutes of Health, and the Naval Research Laboratory, that enable collaborations and interactions with colleagues at the federal government and around the world.
We proudly train the leaders who will build the future. We encourage our students to take part in research at every stage of their college careers and also to gain real-world experience through internships in industry and select international institutions. After graduation, our students move on to influential positions in academia, industry and national laboratories.
We encourage you to learn about the exciting work that we do in microelectronics at the University of Maryland.