Center for Research in Emergent Manufacturing

Man stands in front of poster with symbols of robots, trucks, computers and talks to group of seated students.
Nilanjan Banerjee (left) talks to students during a demo of the new operations technology cyber range. (Marlayna Demond ’11/UMBC)

The Center for Research in Emergent Manufacturing (CREM) is a leader in Digital Manufacturing, Industry 4.0 research and training, Cybersecurity research and training, compliant cloud computing systems, creating cloud computing system, and creating digital enterprises for global supply chain.

CREM also hosts a state-of-the-art cybersecurity training and research facility, called a cyber range, specifically focused on digital manufacturing technology—one of only a few in the country. In the coming months, the cyber range will move to a new and dedicated location on the UMBC campus.

Read more about CREM in UMBC NewsContact CREM.

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