Plaksha, IISc will conduct joint research program
Mohali, Punjab-based Plaxa University, one of India’s largest collaborative efforts to build a world-class technology university, and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), one of India’s leading research institutes, have partnered to foster faculty and student mobility, Research / Publication / Conference, and Faculty / Staff Professional Development.
The initiative aims to provide an overview of the academic strengths of the two institutions and to provide students with expert advice, co-curricular development, and access to the best facilities and resources. Through this partnership, the program seeks to empower the strong with research collaboration between the two organizations and robotics and cyber-physical systems (IISc’s Robert Bosh Center for Cyber Physical Systems), digital health (Plaksha University’s Human & Planetary Health Institute), and sensor technology. IISc’s Center for Nano Science and Engineering)
Professor Rudra Pratap, the founding vice-chancellor (and former deputy director of IISc) of Plaxa University, said, “It is an honor to be a part of IISc. Together with the expertise of both institutions, we will work to create state-of-the-art research programs and explore even greater ways for students and faculty to shape their academic careers. As we move forward, our partnership with IISc will continue to grow, and we look forward to a deeper collaboration with a potential joint PhD supervisor that is on the card. “
Professor Navkanth Bhatt, Division of Interdisciplinary Sciences, IISC, said, “We are delighted to be partnering with a special institution like Plaksha University. This partnership will encourage students from both IISc and Plaksha University to pursue exciting research projects and provide unique opportunities to learn from experts from both institutions. We look forward to working with them in new and different ways. “
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