CMRL Lab – The cradle of ideas and innovations
Located at Latrobe Hall in the heart of the beautiful Homewood Campus, the CMRL lab serves as a cutting-edge temple of research for students and faculty and houses instructional spaces, dedicated workspaces, study areas and common areas for student, faculty and community interaction and events.
Computing facilities that make our research possible
Research at CMRL is supported by a plethora of computing facilities including:
- Maryland Advanced Research Computing Center (MARCC)
- Homewood High Performance Cluster (HHPC)
- Graphics Processor Laboratory (GPL)
- Bloomberg 156 Data Center etc.
These computing resources facilitate us with high performance computing, highly reliable data storage, and provides outstanding collaborative scientific support to empower computational research, scholarship, and innovation.
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Image Courtesy: MARCC