Aalborg University to open department at the University of Calcutta  

2007.08.29
The Center for TeleInFrastruktur at Aalborg University will sign an agreement in December with the University of Calcutta to establish a department at the Indian university
The Center for TeleInFrastruktur (CTIF) at Aalborg University, northern Jutland, will sign an agreement in December with the University of Calcutta to establish a department at the Indian university. It will be CTIF's second foreign department; the first was set up at the University of Rome last year. CTIF also plans to establish a department in the US.
 
Professor Ramjee Prasad, who heads CTIF and is the initiator of the agreement, says the University of Calcutta welcomed the idea. "We can't create great results in Denmark on our own because we don't have that many people. But in community, we can progress far if we avoid misunderstandings from the beginning. You can call it a win-win situation."
 
Aalborg University is among the most prominent universities worldwide in the areas of telecommunications and information technology. CTIF conducts research in wireless communication technologies and has a leading role in major research projects. It also has direct research collaborations with companies including Siemens, Nokia, Samsung and Texas Instruments.
 
The news was reported by regional newspaper Nordjyske.
 
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