IIIT Delhi,University of South Carolina’s AI institute inks MoU for joint research

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Updated on Feb 5, 2022 11:30 IST

This collaboration will facilitate the sharing of co-advised thesis or participating on the dissertation committee for students and PhD candidates, and the interchange of scholarly papers, research materials, and other information in both parties’ areas of interest.

IIIT Delhi,University of South Carolina’s AI institute inks MoU for joint research

IIIT Delhi,University of South Carolina’s AI institute inks MoU for joint research

The Center for Artificial Intelligence (CAI), Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology Delhi (IIIT-Delhi), and Artificial Intelligence Institute, University of South Carolina (AIISC) have inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to promote academic cooperation and research collaboration, with an international focus among students and faculty members, for the mutual benefit of both institutes.

This collaboration will facilitate the sharing of co-advised thesis or participating on the dissertation committee for students and PhD candidates, and the interchange of scholarly papers, research materials, and other information in both parties’ areas of interest.

Through this, the students of IIIT Delhi will also get a chance to earn an internship at AIISC, and will also give a chance to participate in collaborative research and activities. IIIT Delhi and AIISC can also develop specific joint educational programmes in the future and enjoy the benefits of interchange of research, teaching, and technical personnel.

This MoU will focus on productivity and a desire to bridge the knowledge gap and promote innovation and will provide groundbreaking results that will benefit all the parties involved.

Heads of the two institutes are hoping that this MoU will open up opportunities for joint collaboration in terms of not only research but also several academic activities, exchange programmes.

Earlier, the IIIT Delhi and the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi had invited joint research projects from the faculty members of both institutions for inter-disciplinary research in cutting-edge areas such as computer science and engineering, artificial intelligence and machine learning, electronics and communication engineering, computational biology, social science, humanities and quantum computing.

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