MIT and Nokia to establish joint research labolatory

MIT and Nokia to establish joint research labolatory
Nokia and MIT's Technology Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
(CSAIL) announced the establishment of a new research facility - the Nokia Research Center Cambridge - near the MIT campus, where researchers from MIT and Nokia will work closely together on a new vision for mobile computing. The collaborative work of the Nokia Research Center Cambridge will center on a view of the future where small handheld devices such as mobile phones will become parts of an "ecosystem" of information, services, peripherals, sensors and other devices. Research will address new user interfaces that incorporate speech and other modalities, new mobile computing platforms - including low power hardware platforms and wireless communication, as well as new software architectures.

 Approximately twenty researchers from MIT and twenty researchers from Nokia will participate in joint projects under the direction of a joint steering committee. The center will begin operations on January 1, 2006. Five initial research projects have already been planned.


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