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Freeman Hrabowski: 4 pillars of college success in science
2013 TED talk
Freeman Hrabowski's talk at the 2013 TED conference is, as usual, very inspirational. We are truly lucky to have him leading our university. Look for his comments on women in IT near the end.
Artemis Project computing camp for rising 9th grade girls
June 24 to July 26 on the UMBC campus
The UMBC Artemis Project is a summer camp from June 24 to July 26 for rising 9th grade girl interested in finding out more about computing. No prior computer experience is necessary or expected.
UMBC to host Computer Science for High School workshop
August 4-7, 2013
UMBC will host a CS4HS workshop to promote computer science and computational thinking in high school and middle school and give Maryland CS teachers an opportunity to share ideas and innovations.
Assured Information Sharing Lifecycle
From need to know to need to share
AISL is a 5 year MURI project sponsored by AFOSR focused on developing an integrated framework to support assured information sharing. Partners include UMBC, Purdue, Illinois, Michigan, UTD, and UTSA.
UMBC ebiquity laboratory
Intelligent systems for dynamic, distributed environments
Research in the ebiquity lab explores the interactions between mobile and pervasive computing, the Semantic Web, multi-agent systems, artificial intelligence, and information assurance.
DIADIC Research Laboratory
Distributed mining, analyzing and modeling data
The UMBC DIADIC Laboratory explore algorithms, systems, and applications for environments where data, computing resources, and users are distributed.
Center for Advanced Studies in Photonics Research
Advanced photonics research and development in optical communications, optical sensing & devices, nanophotonics, biophotonics, & quantum optics to benefit government, industry and scientific progress.
Graphics, Animation, and Interactive Media
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.
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