Cyber Physical System (CPS), AI, Machine Learning, AR, VR to be prime areas
LEH, May 20: To work together and explore opportunities in Cyber Physical Systems (CPS), the University of Ladakh has signed an MoU with iHUB DivyaSampark IIT Roorkee, Uttarakhand on May 20.
The MoU was signed in the office Chamber of Vice Chancellor, University of Ladakh, Melongthang Leh. From IIT Roorkee, Manish Anand, CEO, iHUB Divyasampark; Prateek Sharma iHUB DivyaSampark, IIT Roorkee; Dr. Jatinder Manhas, Coordinator Spoke Hub, University of Jammu iHUB DivyaSampark, IIT Roorkee were present, whereas from the University of Ladakh, Registrar, Rector Kargil Campus, Dean Academic Affairs and Controller of examination, Coordinator Computer Science & IT were present.
The MoU focuses on collaborative ventures in the area of Cyber Physical System and new technologies especially Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, AR, VR etc. The MoU will also explore good patents, projects, and publications related to Cyber physical stems that have been created by students and teachers at the University of Ladakh and to turn these ideas into real products that can help society.
Another goal of the MoU is to build a strong, long-term relationship between University of Ladakh and IIT Roorkee. Also, the MoU aims to create an ecosystem where innovation can thrive. The collaboration plan is to offer skill development programs for people in engineering and non-engineering fields, both in India and other countries.
The University of Ladakh and iHUB DivyaSampark aims to work together to explore new ideas in CPS, help people become entrepreneurs, and develop useful products for society. Both the parties want to build strong relationships, encourage innovation, and offer skill development programs to people in different fields.