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Science brief: CMU teams with Taiwan

Monday, June 16, 2003

From wire and local dispatches

Carnegie Mellon University last week announced that it has established new research and educational ties with Taiwan.

A laboratory focused on circuit design and its application in communication, information technology and consumer electronics is being established jointly with Taiwan's Industrial Technology Research Institute. Tsuhan Chen, a CMU professor, will co-direct the lab along with Taiwan's Shiaw-Yu Sian.

The lab will be funded at about $1 million annually, said Pradeep Khosla, head of CMU's Electrical and Computer Engineering Department.

The educational component will involve a long-term relationship with National Chiao-Tung University in Hsinchu. One program will bring five to 10 outstanding Taiwanese students to study at CMU.

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