Nile University’s International Collaborations Portfolio
As a world- class research institution, Nile University places a strong emphasis on local and international collaborations as means of generating international exposure, benchmarking with leaders in each field worldwide and applying international standards customized to the local needs.
Following is a listing of Nile University’s international research and academic partners and collaborators which have conducted joint academic, research or student exchange activities with the University during the past five years
Academic and research Collaboration
- Hochschule Karlsruhe - Technik und Wirtschaft (HSKA) – Germany, Universidad de Oviedo (UNIOVI) - Spain and Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Mécanique et des Microtechniques (ENSMM) – France :
Nile University is offering a Master’s of Science program in Mechatronics Engineering as a member of the EU4M consortium in Europe (www.eu4m.eu). EU4M is a European Masters in Mechatronics and Micro-Mechatronics Systems that was established in 2008 with support of the ERASMUS MUNDUS program in EU as a joint Master’s program offered by Hochschule Karlsruhe - Technik und Wirtschaft (HSKA) – Germany, Universidad de Oviedo (UNIOVI) - Spain and. Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Mécanique et des Microtechniques (ENSMM) – France.
In 2013 Nile University (NU) – Egypt and Ivanovo State Power Engineering University (ISPEU) – Russian Federation have joined the consortium. The language of the Mechatronics Masters programs offered at the partner institutions is German (HSKA), Spanish (UNIOVI), French (ENSMM) and English (NU and ISPEU).
- IESE Business School, University of Navarra, Spain:
Nile University’s EMBA program is offered in collaboration with IESE Business School, University of Navarra, Spain.
NU’s EMBA curriculum is developed in collaboration with IESE Business School , IESE faculty also teach course modules at NU”s premises and the NU’s EMBA degree is cosigned by IESE Business School and NU.
Visiting Professors from IESEG School of Management in France teach specific courses at NU’s EMBA Program.
- Karlshochschule International University, Germany: Collaboration on Student Exchange Program
- Politecnico di Torino: Joint research Collaboration with Nile University’s Wireless intelligent Networks Center (WINC)
- Sabanci University, Turkey: Joint research Collaboration with Nile University’s Wireless intelligent Networks Center (WINC)
- University Hospital, Heidelberg, Germany: Joint research collaboration with Nile University’s Center for Informatics Science (CIS)
- University of Thessaly, Greece: Research Collaboration with Nile University’s Wireless intelligent Networks Center (WINC)
- University of Turiba, Latvia: Student Exchange Program with Nile University’s Business School
- Universitat Ulm, Germany: Joint research agreement with Nile University’s Center for Informatics Science on Intelligent Transportation Systems.
- Concordia University, Montreal, Canada:
Visiting Professors from Concordia Univessity teach specific courses at NU’s EMBA Program.
- Ohio State University, USA: Collaboration between Ohio State University’ Research Foundation and NU’s Wireless Technologies Program whereas OSU faculty teach a number of hours of the program at NU as well as joint research and educational activities in various fields including, but not limited to wireless networks and intelligent transportation.
- Alcatel Lucent, Bell Labs, USA: Collaborative research and student fellowships with Nile University’s Wireless intelligent Networks Center (WINC).
- General Motors, USA: Collaboration with Nile University’s Wireless intelligent Networks Center (WINC) Context-Aware Reliable Vehicular Networks.
- Google: Research Collaboration with Nile University’s Wireless Intelligent Networks Center (WINC) on Accurate Energy-Efficient Location Provider for the Android Platform.
- IBM: Nile University, Cairo University and IBM partnered on the establishment of the first Nanotechnology Center in North Africa with main fields of research being in the areas of simulation and modeling software, alternative energy sources (thin film silicon photovoltaics) and energy recovery for desalination.
- Intel, USA: MER Membership Agreement stipulating engagement in open, collaborative, and exploratory research with universities in the Middle on increasing the power efficiency of computers.
- Mentor Graphics, USA: Collaboration agreement signed in 2009 with Nile University’s Nanoelectronics Integrated Systems Center (NISC) in different research projects that may support one of the following main areas and of course are not limited to: Nanoelectronics Design Methodology, Analog Mixed and RF Design and Physical Verification.