The Government of Alberta has set an ambitious goal - to create 250% more information and communications technology (ICT) jobs over the next decade. Its realization will require a concerted effort in education and training communications technology (ICT) jobs over the next decade.
TRLabs, Canada's leading information and communications technology (ICT) research consortium, is pleased to welcome two new members - PMC-Sierra and NMI Mobility. These two sponsorships will generate $1.5 million in research funding over the next five years.
ALBERTA - TRLabs is pleased to announce that Dr. Wayne Grover, TRLabs Chief Scientist, Network Systems and University of Alberta Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, is the recipient of the Alberta Science and Technology Leadership (ASTech) Award for Outstanding Leadership in Alberta Technology.
Saskatoon, SK - As an integral part of Western Canada's science and technology community, TRLabs, in collaboration with SaskTel, presents the 4th International Multimedia to the Home Conference.
Edmonton AB - Yesterday, Dr. Wayne D. Grover, TRLabs Chief Scientist, Network Systems, was presented with the 1999 IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) W.R.G. Baker Prize Paper Award for the year's most outstanding research paper published in any of the organization's journals worldwide. The award ceremony was held in Vancouver at the organization's Conference on Communications.