ISLI signs professor for design distance learning

June 2006
Electronics Weekly;6/7/2006, Issue 2244, p40
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The article informs that the Institute for System Level Integration, Scotland has signed an agreement with Professor Philip Allen from Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. This agreement is a part of institute's initiative to provide master class distance learning courses. The course will be converted into an Internet friendly format which will be available this year.


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