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The international alliance – Information & Communication Technologies Institute – Carnegie Mellon University

The international alliance
Friday, March 20, 2009

“The international alliance” – Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Carnegie Mellon University and Texas-Austin are three names for reference in the world of knowledge. Under the Technology Plan, are a number of companies and educational institutions; Portuguese have ongoing joint programs with the three American universities. The CMU|Portugal program takes to be a platform for collaboration between universities and institutions of national R & D, CMU and companies are active in the ICT sector nationally. Read article in pdf.

PT supports Academy of Sciences of Mozambique with IT hardware – Information & Communication Technologies Institute – Carnegie Mellon University

PT supports Academy of Sciences of Mozambique with IT hardware
Friday, February 20, 2009

Portugal Telecom (PT) will contribute IT equipment to the Academy of Sciences of Mozambique, a project launched today in Maputo by the Government of Mozambique. Besides the hardware, PT signed with the Academy of Sciences of Mozambique a cooperation program in the context of the Carnegie Mellon| Portugal Program, which will support the participation of Mozambican staff in training and education. Read the aticle online from Jornal de Negocios.

Innovation for the quality – Information & Communication Technologies Institute – Carnegie Mellon University

Innovation for the quality Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto established a partnership with Software Engineering Institute (SEI) from Carnegie Mellon University
Wednesday, January 7, 2009

“FEUP-CIQS: Innovation for the quality”

The science of Software Engineering from FEUP is seeking to develop research and development, promoting education and training, serve the best international practices support and the improvement of business processes development, maintenance, procurement and support systems based in software and improving the quality of their products, contributing thus enhancing the competitiveness of the software industry in Portugal. In this sense, a partnership was established in formal collaboration with the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) from Carnegie-Mellon University (CMU), the main reference of Software Engineering in the world and responsible for creating, among others, the CMMI models and TSP / PSP. Read the story online.

Training in international technology transfer – Information & Communication Technologies Institute – Carnegie Mellon University

Training in international technology transfer
Thursday, January 22, 2009

Transporting all the advances and discoveries, from scientific research to reality of industrial and commercial enterprises, is the objective of technology transfer.

The initiative falls within the network UTEN – University Technology Enterprise Network, formed as part of an international partnerships in science and technology, with the aim of facilitating access to technology-based business projects to other markets, which is possible through a collaboration with the University of Texas at Austin, the Fraunhofer Institute, as well as through programs such as MIT|Portugal – CMU|Portugal. Read article in pdf.