SRM University continued its strategic engagement with Taiwan when it signed two MoUs on student internships, industrial research and setting up of specialist laboratories at the university.
Taiwanese ICT Company AnaGlobe Technology, a leader in VLSI and chip design, and 'Taiwan Internet of Things Alliance’, entered into the alliance at the Taiwan-India Industrial Collaboration Summit on 12 October.
The MoUs were signed by SRM University Registrar, Dr. Sethuraman, in the presence of a galaxy of high ranking officials belonging to the educational, industrial and governmental sector of Taiwan. The Director of the Department of Engineering and Technology Dr. Muthamizhchelvan was also present during the occasion.
The partnerships will open the doors for SRM University to access technical support, software licenses, and internship places for our students as said by Dr. Sethuraman, soon after signing the MoUs. The partners will be able to leverage the tremendous potential of the university to provide high quality students to study and carry out research in Taiwan, he also added.
Under the collaboration, research will be carried out in VLSI and chip design. A joint VLSI Design and Embedded Design Centre will also be set up at the university.
The company AnaGlobe Technology is located at the National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) Innovation Incubation Center, a joint project between NTHU and the Ministry of Science and Technology, for projects in business and technology innovation.
NTHU, a top university in Taiwan, with a QS ranking of 161 and Asia ranking of 31, is the mentor university for SRM’s on-campus Taiwan Education Centre (TEC). The TEC provides Mandarin language training and is a gateway between SRM University and Taiwan, in building educational, cultural and business partnerships.