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Collaboration with Kampala International University is going one step further

posted Apr 27, 2011, 7:58 PM by Tiberius Brastaviceanu   [ updated Apr 27, 2011, 8:34 PM ]
We received an official letter of support from Kampala International University on behalf of Miriam Mansunga, also stating her intention to collaborate with members of SENSORICA. We have asked Mrs. Mansunga to provide us with such a letter in order to help SENSORICA community seek seed funding to develop the radial transducer. Another lab from McGill University expressed their interest for the same radial transducer. We are building synergy between these two academic labs. Once the radial transducer is developed in Montreal, we hope Mrs. Mansunga's lab will serve as a testing ground for this new technology. We'll take an active role in helping the lab in Kampala to successfully carry out their experiments. We target a few scientific publications form our collaboration with McGill University and Kampala International University, which will help SENSORICA build its international reputation.