FFRDC to be run by MITRE with support from UMBC and UMCP
Developing robust, secure and smart cyber-physical systems
For both Computer Science and VIsual Arts students
UMBC has two academic programs in interactive entertainment and game development: an undergraduate concentration on Animation and Interactive Media and Computer Science track on Game Development.
CHMPR and affiliated industry and government partners address the productivity, performance & scalability of applications by the continuous evolution of multicore architectures & open source tools.
Cybersecurity and information assurance research & education
UMBC is recognized by the National Security Agency and Department of Homeland Security as one of the nation's Centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education and Research
Systems that sense, move, think and act in the real world
Professor Nilanjan Banerjee's Mobile Pervasive and Sensor Systems Laboratory focuses on projects related to renewable energy driven devices, mobile-phone applications and healthcare applications.