Engineers of Samsung R&D institute of Noida will work in partnership with the Delhi Technological University (DTU). Hence, they will be working with the DTU students and faculty on a research project on the domain of smartphones. Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning, Computer Vision, and other cutting-edge technology areas will be worked upon.
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- 1 The research and training at Delhi Technological University (DTU):
- 2 Who will get benefited from this DTU and Samsung collaboration?
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The research and training at Delhi Technological University (DTU):
On Thursday, i.e. 11th March 2021, Samsung India instilled a new Samsung Innovation Lab at DTU. Hence, this will majorly focus on collaborative research and training. Hence, Samsung has been working hard on training students.
Inside the Samsung Innovation Lab, the students and faculty of Delhi Technological University (DTU) will work on advanced technology training. Also, joint research collaborations will take place. Therefore, the major fields will be application framework, multimedia, and health and security. A statement says that all this will make the DTU students ready for future industry tasks.
The Delhi Technological University (DTU) will also work with Samsung engineers on sustainable research projects. Hence, they will partner over finding ways to solve real-life problems that can benefit society by any means.
Who will get benefited from this DTU and Samsung collaboration?
The partnership will assist the students and faculty of Delhi Technological University (DTU) for sure. The partnership project is open to all the BTech, PhD, and MTech students of Delhi Technological University (DTU). Hence, they will also get reward certificates for their participation and contributions at the end of each project. All this will provide knowledge and training to the students and also benefit society in some way.
Samsung India has a total of eight technical labs for research and training purposes all across the country. Hence, it is known as the Samsung Innovation Camps. Also, the other innovation labs are present at IIT Delhi, IIT Kanpur, IIT Hyderabad, IIT Guwahati, and others. Samsung India has been successful in training more than 1000 students so far.