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Tracking the Long-Term Cost of Wildfire Emissions

Tracking the Long-Term Cost of Wildfire Emissions

Computer simulations predict what happens to gases and smoke long after the fire is out. More...

Flashpoints | News In Brief From FPE

Flashpoints | News In Brief From FPE

Read the SPRING 2015 issue of our e-newsletter. This issue: The Legacy Campaign hits a milestone, Stoliarov Promoted, Awards for Ph.D. candidates Leventon and Singh, new ASHRAE Grant, WIFIRE, and more! More...

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Find FPE on Social Media!

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Entrepreneurship: MF Fire

Entrepreneurship: MF Fire

FPE alumni are working to bring a 93% efficient, almost emission-free wood stove to homeowners. More...

What is this, and why is it important?

What is this, and why is it important?

Professor Stanislav Stoliarov is modeling how polymers produce char, which could lead to safer, more fire-resistant materials. More...

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FPE@UMD News

Casey Grant Appointed Executive Director of NFPA's Fire Protection Research Foundation
Alumnus manages research in support of NFPA mission. More »

2014-2015 FPE Undergraduate Awards
Exceptional students recognized at annual ceremony. More »

FPE Announces Inaugural Class of Distinguished Alumni
Ten honored for contributions to the department and the field. More »

ASHRAE Grant Supports Study of Refrigerant Flammability
Sunderland, Lecoustre will lead the research team. More »

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Events

2015 University of Maryland Fire Protection Engineering Alumni Dinner
June 23, 2015 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. Buddy Guy’s Legends, Chicago, IL More »

Cover Letters & Professional Correspondence
April 28, 2015 1:00 p.m. 1131B Martin Hall, Sign-up at... More »

Job Search 101: Finding an Internship/Co-op Position & Careers4Engineers
April 29, 2015 1:00 p.m. 1131B Martin Hall ; Sign-up at... More »

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The Department of Fire Protection Engineering provides the sophisticated technical tools needed to safeguard lives and property from fire. Our department supports its deep connection to the current worldwide professional needs of Fire Protection Engineering while promoting an advanced research program that allows us to meet the challenges of future technological development. The department offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Faculty members are active in a variety of research and outreach programs. We welcome you to join us in solving these vital social and technical problems.