Neil Goldsman earned his Ph.D. at Cornell University. His recent nanofabrication and devices work has included Numerical Boltzmann/Schrodinger Equations: CAD of Quantum Effects in Nanoscale Semiconductors; and Design and Theory of Carbon Nanotube Diodes. He also recently worked on a MIPS contract with TRX Systems, Inc., of Lanham, Md., on indoor location and emergency alerting. He designed and developed technology to wirelessly track the location of firefighters, police and other public personnel inside buildings and structures. Other recent work includes energy-driven partitioning of signal processing algorithms in sensor networks; and MEMS-based piezoelectric microphones for biomedical applications.
Honors and awards
• University of Maryland Invention of the Year Award (2008)
• George Corcoran Award for Faculty, ECE Department, University of Maryland (1990)
Nanofabrication, device physics, device modeling, microelectronic device reliability and electron transport in high-electric fields. He has developed indoor location and emergency alerting, energy-driven partitioning of signal processing algorithms in sensor networks and a highly efficient thin-film battery.
New website showcases work of Clark School’s microelectronics researchersThe site offers a first-hand look into Maryland’s capabilities, research and education opportunities in this important field.
Goldsman and colleagues awarded US Patent for SiC-integrated circuit active photodetectorThe new device provides accurate, reliable measurement of ultraviolet (UV) radiation.
Khaligh, Rudnick-Cohen win 2019 ISR awardsThe awards were given at ISR’s Welcome Back Reception and Awards Ceremony.
ECE Professors Abshire, Goldsman, and Newcomb Participate in ISCAS 2017This year's event focused on the connection from Dreams to Innovation, with the aim of cultivating creative research-driven Ideas in Circuits and Systems as they transition to Innovations and fuel economic development.
CoolCAD Electronics, LLC Wins Phase II SBIR NASA ContractOnly three other companies in the entire state of Maryland received Phase II SBIR contracts from NASA in the 2017 competition.
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering hosts the 4th Annual Back to School NightECE students and families enjoyed networking and touring several labs with ECE faculty and staff on Friday, October 14
UMD Company CoolCAD Launches Kickstarter Campaign for Security Keychain that Locks Your Computer When You Are AwayCoolCAD is a member of the Technology Advancement Program incubator, an initiative of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute (Mtech) in the A. James Clark School of Engineering.
Professors Goldsman & Peckerar Win Award from University System of Maryland
USM Board of Regents Honors Three Inaugural Entrepreneur of the Year Awardees; two are Clark School faculty members.