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Center for Hybrid Multicore Productivity Research (CHMPR), University of Maryland, Baltimore County

The center, its affiliated industry and government partners aim to be recognized globally as the prominent cooperative research consortium for addressing productivity, performance and scalability issues in meeting the insatiable computational demands of its sponsors applications through the continuous evolution of multicore architectures and open source tools.

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Center for Information Security & Assurance (CISA), University of Maryland, Baltimore County

The UMBC Center for Information Security and Assurance (CISA) promotes research, education, and sound internal practices in information security and assurance. It is administratively housed within the College of Engineering and Information Technology (CoEIT) and closely linked with the Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering (CSEE).

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Cognition Robotics & Learning (CORAL) Lab, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Research in the Cognition, Robotics, and Learning (CORAL) lab seeks to understand how artificial systems can acquire grounded knowledge from sensori-motor interaction with their environment that enables cognitive activities like natural language communication and planning.

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Cyber Technology and Information Security Laboratory (CTISL), Georgia Tech Research Institute, Georgia

The Cyber Technology and Information Security Laboratory (CTISL) conducts applied research focused on secure information systems, network vulnerability, and mission assurance within the cyber domain. CTISL engineers apply the latest technologies in signal and protocol exploitation, web crawling, malware analysis, and reverse engineering of embedded and application binaries. CTISL also develops and designs secure, resilient enterprise networks for command and control, and secure database applications, services and perimeter guards.

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Distributed Adaptive Discovery and Computational Laboratory (DIADIC), University of Maryland, Baltimore County

DIADIC's research is primarily focused in the area of distributed computation for data analysis and modeling. We explore algorithms, systems, and applications for environments where data, computing resources, and users are distributed.

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Ebiquity Research Laboratory, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

The research explores the interactions between mobile and pervasive computing, the (semantic) web and web 2.0/3.0/4.0, multi-agent systems and artificial intelligence, security/privacy/trust, and services. Group members have research interests in the underlying areas, such as distributed systems, wireless networking, pervasive/mobile systems, ad-hoc networks, knowledge representation and reasoning, data management and databases, information retrieval, machine learning, personalization, security and privacy, web/data-mining, multi-agent systems and HPCC. Its research is driven by applications in the e-services area -- context aware environments (meeting rooms, surgical suites), social media and blogosphere, wireless web, VANETs, e-commerce and m-commerce, etc.

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Energy Efficient High Performance Computing (EEHPC) Lab, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Energy Efficient High Performance Computing Group is involved with the design and implementation of various high speed and high performance systems which are highly energy efficient. The research spans across multiple levels of abstraction ranging from innovative new process technologies and circuit styles to architectures, algorithms, and software technologies.

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Information & Communications Laboratory (ICL), Georgia Tech Research Institute, Georgia

GTRI's ICL conducts a broad range of research in areas of computer science and information technology, communications and networking, and technology policy, and helps customers develop commercial products from university research.

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Institute for Language & Information Technologies (ILIT), University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Basic research at ILIT falls largely in the realm of knowledge-based natural language processing. It continues to develop the theory and applications of ontological semantics. Within this general framework, it works on a variety of micro theories, including basic semantic dependency extraction, methods for ambiguity resolution (knowledge-based and corpus-based, syntactic and semantic, static or dynamic), non-literal language, recovery from unexpected input, discourse relations, reference resolution, aspect, modality, semantics of modifiers, lexical and compositional semantics of closed-class lexical items, and many others.

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Landmarc Research Center, Georgia Tech Research Institute, Georgia

Landmarc is a multi-discipline, research and development center focused on mobile and wireless solutions. Landmarc has expanded from its original focus of logistics and maintenance to include broader technologies and capabilities such as mobile platform computing, wireless solutions, location-based services, software and hardware usabilityand universal design, website and database development and management, and information display technologies.

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Machine Learning for Signal Processing Laboratory (MLSP-Lab), University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Their focus is the development of theory and tools for processing of signals that arise in today’s growing array of  different applications and pose challenges for the traditional signal processing techniques. It brings in techniques from statistical signal processing, adaptive signal processing, and machine learning to develop effective methods for signals that require nonlinear, usually adaptive and/or online processing, and can be non-Gaussian and non-stationary.

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Multi Agent Planning & LEarning (MAPLE) Lab, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

The Multi-Agent Planning and Learning Lab at UMBC is devoted to exploring artificial intelligence and developing A.I. solutions to real-world problems. Our interests and current projects span both the theoretical and practical aspects of artificial intelligence.The research reaches outside of multiagent systems, planning, and machine learning to include cognitive science, computational sociology, bioinformatics, and human-computer interaction.

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Multi Computational Center, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Maryland, USA

The principal objective of the center is to revolutionize the productivity of computational applications by taking advantage of multi-core parallel processing software and hardware technologies in collaboration with industry, government and universities.

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Visualization, Animation, Non-Photorealistic Graphics, Object Modeling, and Graphics Hardware (VANGOGH) Lab, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

The lab conducts research on data visualization techniques, haptic systems, animation, non-photorealistic graphics, object modeling and graphics hardware.

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VLSI Research Group, Department of Computer Engineering, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

The group conducts research on different aspects of computer engineering and emerging concepts of information technology. This research is designed to address these short-coming by investigating device transient and novel quiescent signal techniques.

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