New Danish research centre to shape future telecoms  

Aalborg University establishes new research institute for high level tele-infrastructure research

Aalborg University is establishing a new high technology research institute which will serve as the pivotal point for high level tele-infrastructure research in Denmark. The Centre for Tele-infrastructure (CTIF) will concentrate on optimising the interplay between four main areas: (1) wireless communication (2) network planning (3) embedded software systems and (4) optical fibres.


The new centre will be led by Professor Ramjee Prasad whose research into high speed data transmission is internationally acknowledged. The budget for running the centre for five years has been assessed at DKK 120 million (USD 18.5 million), a third of which will come from the Ministry for Science, Technology and Innovation, a third from funds and businesses in Northern Jutland and a third from Aalborg University. The news is reported by financial daily newspaper Børsen.

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