2.4.3 Sponsorships

Our research group is involved with several Asian universities (mostly in Hong Kong and Malaysia). We are glad to report to have received additional funding from BayFOR and FAU of about EUR 10.000 to continue our engagement with Malaysian universities. We intend to use the funds to drive forward our...

Google has been a generous sponsor of the AMOS lab course in the past and just doubled, well, ten-folded down: After a trip I found this boatload of Nexus One phones on my desk. It will be very helpful to students to actually experience and experiment with the phones on campus rather than being (mos...

After Prof. Riehle paid a visit to the Googleplex in Mountain View, the Android and Educational Outreach folks at Google got so excited about the AMOS Project that they donated two more smart phones on the spot. These are Motorola Droids, see below. These are not GSM phones, however, they have WiFi ...

The Bavaria California Technology Center has awared our group some funds to move forward with our "Reengineering Wikitext" project. Below please find a short research project summary (in German). Zusammenfassung: MediaWiki ist die Software, auf deren Basis Wikipedia betrieben wird. MediaWiki ...

Novell, provider of the community open source project openSUSE and the commercial open source product SUSE Linux Enterprise (Desktop/Server) is sponsoring the Open Source Research Group of the University of Erlangen Nuremberg. We are very happy to receive the gift which will support half a Ph.D. stu...

Red Hat, provider of the community open source project Fedora and the commercial open source product Red Hat Enterprise Linux is sponsoring the Open Source Research Group of the University of Erlangen Nuremberg. We are very happy to receive the gift which will support a Ph.D. student (as a research ...

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