The primary stakeholders are:
QCRI’s research focuses on the future needs of its stakeholders by developing cutting-edge applied computing research, helping to identify specific problems and generating tested, proven solutions.
QCRI works closely with both research institutes and universities in Qatar which perform fundamental research by working together to advance their most promising basic research findings.
QCRI also works closely with Qatar Science & Technology Park to identify the most viable commercial applications generated by the Institute’s research.
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