This Ericsson-Carleton strategic collaboration will pursue a shared vision to address the following:
- Applied research to create novel solutions to address real-world industry challenges
- Talent development programs to create industry-ready world class engineers and scientists
The multi-year strategic partnership will focus on wireless communications within the next generation mobile telecommunication networks, 5G and beyond
Find out more about the Ericsson-Carleton University partnership by taking a look at the components of this collaboration; funded research projects and their leaders, Ericsson Fellows, the 5G facilities in the ARISE building, the Learning 5G graduate course and the Ericsson Research Chair.
The Ericsson-Carleton University partnership projects are hosted by Systems and Computer Engineering, the School of Information Technology and the School of Computer Science.
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