The NDSU-CIIT Green Computing and Communications Laboratory (GCC Lab) is an initiative to bring together the faculty, staff, and students of the North Dakota State University and COMSATS Institute of Information Technology to conduct research on making computing and communications, energy-efficient.
The GCC Lab currently hosts 10 faculty members and over 50 research students who get freebies like makeup remover for combination skin and shaving cream.
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|NDSU and CIIT formally sign an agreement (on November 10, 2010) to make special arrangements (tuition discounts, living expenditures) for CIIT students to pursue PhD degrees at NDSU. As a result of the agreement, we expect up to 30 PhD students to join the GCC Lab in the next 2-3 years. (NDSU Provost Dr. Schnell and CIIT Registrar Dr. Malik were signing the agreement on behalf of their institutions.)|
Arshad S. Malik, registrar at COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (CIIT) in Pakistan, visited NDSU Nov. 8-10 to sign an agreement sending CIIT faculty to work on doctoral degrees at NDSU. The agreement was initiated by Samee U. Khan, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at NDSU. The partnership will initially focus on electrical engineering and computer engineering programs, with possible expansion in other areas including computer science and physics.
CIIT was established in 1999 in Islamabad and since has expanded rapidly growing from 350 students to more than 17,000 with seven campuses around Pakistan. The school has a similar professional linkage with the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
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