New agreement brings PhD students from India to Aalborg University  

2009.12.07
A collaboration between Aalborg University in northern Jutland and associated research environments in India has led to an agreement on placements of research students from India in Aalborg
A close collaboration between the Center for TeleInFrastruktur (CTIF) at Aalborg University in northern Jutland and associated research environments in India has led to an agreement on placements of research students from India in Aalborg. The news is reported in a press release from Aalborg University.
 
11 PhD students from Sinhgad Institute of Technology in Lonavala, India, have just arrived at Aalborg University for a three month stay, the first of three periods the students will spend at the university during their PhD course. Their stay is part of an agreement with the newly established Global ICT Standardisation Forum for India (GISFI), whose aim is to strengthen India's international role in ICT.
 
Aalborg University forms an active part of these efforts, since the director of CTIF, Professor Ramjee Prasad, is one of the initiators of GISFI and has been elected to chair the organisation. It is planned that 20 PhD students from India each year can take some of their studies at CTIF.
 
Professor Søren Holdt Jensen at the Department of Electronic Systems said at the welcoming ceremony: "We will do our best to help you develop your skills as researchers and help you to go the whole way and publish your results internationally. You have come here to study communication technology and that is an area where we have core competences in Aalborg. In return we hope you will be good ambassadors for us in the future and that we can carry out common research for the benefit of all parties."
 
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