Intel awards $1.05 Million to NYU WIRELESS, Princeton, and Univ. of Southern California for 5G cellular development
Intel Corporation has awarded NYU WIRELESS with research funding for fifth generation (5G) cellular development. NYU-Poly Professor Theodore (Ted) Rappaport and Professor Mung Chiang from Princeton University received $250,000 distributed over three years. Additionally, Professor Andy Molisch and Professor Giuseppe Caire from the University of Southern California received $550,000 distributed over three years. Collaboration between NYU-Poly’s NYU WIRELESS, Princeton University, and the University of Southern California totals $1.05 Million and was awarded as part of Intel’s highly competitive “5G” award competition. Only a handful of top academic research centers throughout the world receive funding from Intel’s competitive programs, and NYU WIRELESS is proud to have been selected.
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