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Bernoulli represented in collaboration between 4TU.Centres and UG on research and teaching

21 February 2023

Bernoulli represented in collaboration between 4TU.Centres and UG on research and teaching

In order to make better use of each other's expertise and network, a number of the centres and institutes of the 4TU.Federation and the University of Groningen (UG) will join forces in research and teaching. The UG will become a partner of the 4TU.NIRICT (ICT) and 4TU.HTM (High-Tech Materials) centres and is exploring cooperation with the 4TU.AMI (Applied Mathematics), 4TU.Energy and 4TU.CEE (Engineering Education) centres.

Prof. Vasilios Andrikopoulos represents the BI in the initiatives with the 4TU.NIRICT Netherlands Institute for Research on ICT and comprises all ICT research of the universities of technology in the Netherlands. 4TU.NIRICT is confident in the collaboration with the BI:
‘The Bernoulli Institute (BI) has a lot of in-house knowledge in systems engineering, for example when it comes to dealing with the complexity of systems. The Institute is also one of the leading players in the Center for Cognitive Systems and Materials, which combines hardware, software, and AI for next-generation neuromorphic computing. This knowledge dovetails well with 4TU.NIRICT's computer science and electrical engineering expertise. This can ultimately benefit our entire ICT community.’

Joint activities include: calls, a community day and support for the young ICT generation by looking at the obstacles young ICT professionals encounter and what they need to develop further

More information is available here
Last modified:21 February 2023 3.22 p.m.

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