UMBC ebiquity

UMBC Ebiquity FAQ

The Basics

  • Who or what is ebiquity?

    The UMBC eBiquity Research Group consists of faculty and students from the Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering (CSEE) of University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), located in Baltimore MD. See "about us" for more information.

  • What does the name mean?

    We made it up during the Internet bubble, when it seemed to make sense to stick an e in front of everything. We were looking for a name that captured our focus on ubiquitous computing. We've since constructed a just so story to explain it -- see ebiquity defined.

  • Were are you located, exactly?

    At UMBC, obviously. We have four labs on the third floor of the UMBC Information Technology and Engineering (ITE) building

    -- rooms 332, 377, 338 and 368 (see floorplan).

Joining Ebiquity

  • I'm not a UMBC Student, how can I join ebiquity

    to be supplied

  • I am a UMBC Student, how can I join ebiquity

    to be supplied

  • Do you have intern positions?

    We have some opportunities for UMBC students to work on projects with us during the summer either for academic credit or for pay. If you are interested, please contact the appropriate faculty member. Unfortunately, we do not, in general, have any opportunities for students from other institutions.

Collaborating with Ebiquity

Ebiquity blog