NUS collaborates with Japanese infocomm company Fuji Xerox on research projects
Published on Jan 27, 2014 11:18 AM
Researchers and students from the National University of Singapore (NUS) are working with Japan's Fuji Xerox to make it easier for people to access online files on the go.
This is one of the areas that teams from both sides will look into, after two pacts were signed in July and October last year between the School of Computing and the Interactive & Digital Media Institute at NUS, and Fuji Xerox's Incubation Centre of Research and Technology Group in Japan.
They will look at how to move documents efficiently through wireless networks, given the growth of smartphone and tablet computer use in office and industry environments, NUS said on Monday.
Computing students from NUS will also be participating in research internships with Fuji Xerox. A postgraduate student is currently on a research internship in Yokohama.
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