Tele and IT giants create Danish research centre together with DTU  

2005.02.11
Nokia, Siemens, Motorola, IBM and Nettest, together with the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), are creating a Danish knowledge and research centre for IT and communication

Nokia, Siemens, Motorola, IBM and Nettest, together with the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), are creating a Danish knowledge and research centre for IT and communication. More companies are expected to join the collaboration in the long term. Knud Erik Skouby, Professor at DTU says the corporate sector companies can give inspiration and dynamics to research conducted at the centre, which benefits all parties.

 

The new research centre will be named Center for Information and Communication Technologies (CICT), and will initially have 20 researchers and 5 PhD students. "One of the basic ideas is to make the combined IT and telecommunication area attractive to young students", Professor Skouby says. Teaching, which is one of the functions of CICT, is expected to start at the autumn. The news is reported by online IT news ComOn.

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