Membership in Eurecom opens for increased international collaboration

​Chalmers is, since July 2014, a member of the research centre Eurecom. The membership opens for increased international collaboration in communication systems and information technology.
​On January 23rd, Jan Rembowski and David Gesbert held a well-attended information meeting at Chalmers. (Presentation slides >>)
Becoming an academic partner of Eurecom means access to a wide network of international academic partners, and industry partners and opens up a variety of activities in both education and research.
Eurecom welcomes researchers for sabbatical stays, shorter visits, and to explore and develop joint research projects. Chalmers has access to offices and research equipment at Eurecoms campus in Sophia Antipolis Science Park.
The academic and industrial partners in Eurecom represent an efficient network capable of responding promptly to national and international calls for tender, to explore and develop research topics.
Eurecom welcomes Master’s students from its academic partners for studies, thesis and internships. Other activities are teaching exchange programs, co-supervision of PhD theses, and course design at Eurecom for Chalmers’ students.
Three departments at Chalmers will be primarily involved in the activities:
• Applied Information Technology,
• Computer Science and Engineering, and
• Signals and systems.
The membership is effective as of July 1st, 2014.
For more information, contact Karolina Partheen,

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