Q & A deep dive with 2022 Innovation Hall of Fame inductee, David Bader (electrical engineering, Ph.D. ’96)
Among the precious cargo launching to the ISS aboard SpaceX CRS-26 is an experiment designed by UMD students.
The event emphasized research, advanced education, and outreach collaborations for the region, the state of Maryland and the nation.
Two of the six papers received honorable mention awards at the annual conference.
FedGradNorm is a distributed dynamic weighting algorithm that balances learning speeds across tasks by normalizing the corresponding gradient norms in PF-MTL. HOTA-FedGradNorm by uses over-the-air aggregation with FedGradNorm in a hierarchical FL setting.
Induction celebrates Bader’s work to democratize supercomputing through the creation of the first Linux supercomputer.
Builder, alum Stanley R. Zupnik's latest gift expands innovation footprint of Maryland Engineering
Researchers’ Robotic Activity Sensor System Travels Around Your Body to Optimize Monitoring
Award recognizes alumni who have made significant and meritorious contributions to their fields.
Simington participated in a CTIA meeting on 5G security and test bed tour hosted by ISR.