Our mission and objectives at Qatar Computing Research Institute are broad-reaching and ambitious. We realize that to achieve our key milestones we need to collaborate with global partners who have similar drives, goals and ambitions in both core and multidisciplinary computing research.
We seek collaboration and partnerships with top research institutions and organizations that will help make a positive impact on the technological and economic development of Qatar through knowledge transfer and the exchange of expertise.
For more information about partnership or collaboration opportunities with QCRI, contact us at QCRI Info.
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Doha Qatar Computing Research Institute's (QCRI) Artificial Intelligence for Disaster Response (AIDR) platform is among the top digital initiatives being employed by emergency responders to aid the ...
J. Alex Halderman is the Morris Wellman Faculty Development Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan, and Director of Michigan's Center for Computer...
Co-located with the WWW'15 conference (May 2015, Florence, Italy). Proceedings published by ACM. QCRI's Dr Carlos Castillo is co-organizer.
The Provost of Carnegie Mellon University Brings A Wealth Of Knowledge And Expertise To Qatar Foundation-Based Research Institute
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