posted on 01/04/2013: 1318 views
Khalifa University of Science Technology '&' Research (KUSTAR), an independent, non-profit, coeducational institution inaugurated in 2007 as part of an Abu Dhabi Government initiative, has joined the Cadence Academic Network. To kick off the collaboration, Khalifa University invited senior officials from Cadence to visit the campus's Semiconductor Research Centre, the Khalifa University announced yesterday.
Cadence Design Systems is a leader in global electronic design innovation, and offers a network for selected universities, research institutes, and industry advisors to facilitate the sharing of technology expertise in the areas of verification, design and implementation of microelectronic systems.
By joining the network, Khalifa University commits to send professors and research staff to regular annual conferences organized by the Cadence Academic Network, such as the Academic Track at CDNLive EMEA, the company's yearly user conference which will take place in Munich from May 6th-8th, 2013. Additionally, Khalifa University will provide lecture material to the other universities of the network and share its experiences using Cadence technology.
"We are very pleased to be working with Cadence," Mohammed Ismail Elnaggar, Director of Khalifa Semiconductor Research Centre, said.
"This partnership promises to provide our students and faculty with an abundance of research opportunities and access to leading edge technologies and methodologies. Khalifa University is dedicated to providing our students and faculty with access to organizations who are leaders in the science and technology fields, and who will help us educate and train the next generation of industry leaders and research leaders." Dr. Patrick Haspel, Senior Program Manager - Strategic University Partnerships at Cadence said, "The Cadence Academic Network is glad to welcome the Khalifa University as one of the first partners in the United Arab Emirates. This is an exciting time and we are enthusiastic to build up microelectronic and system level competence at Khalifa University to further leverage this knowhow with other universities of the Cadence Academic Network in the region."
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