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CICTR researchers team with industry and government partners to generate solutions for the current and future technical challenges in those areas of technologies, systems, and network architectures that enable the vision of the information age.
Merging fundamental research with real world applications, our research group attempts to improve the performance and reliability of Communications Networked Systems.
CICTR activities include feasibility studies, applied research, software development, hardware prototype development, and education and training .
 M. Kavehrad, “An overview of the Communications and Information Technology Research at Pennsylvania State University” ACM SIGMOBILE Mobile Computing and Communications Review, Vol.-4, No.-2, pp. 70-73, April 2000.
CICTR mission is to enhance Information and Communications Sciences & Technology Research and Education through Government / University / Industry partnerships in focused and shared pre-competitive research programs. To fulfill this Mission, CICTR will achieve the following three key objectives:
CICTR Benefits Industry
CICTR research projects are instigated by industry planning group. The following are benefits to industry:
CICTR Benefits Penn-State
CICTR activities will help keep Penn State at the forefront of the information and communications technology research and development. The following are benefits to Penn State:
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