Distinguished Academic Partners
Collaboration is central to our research model
Benefits of academic partnerships
Nokia Bell Labs is engaging the best and brightest minds from the world's top universities and academic organizations to drive our vision of future human needs and transform human existence. Participants of Bell Labs' Distinguished Academic Partners (DAP) Program:
- Deliver disruptive innovation through intensive collaboration with world-renowned Nokia Bell Labs researchers
- Shape future vision through deep engagement with Nokia Bell Labs Leadership, and transform students’ careers and lives with unique Nokia Bell Labs experiences
- Achieve world recognition through exposure of ideas and people
- Foster academic research cycles through long-term investment commitments
Nokia Bell Labs, TU Dresden apply deep learning to network slicing
New approach could improve performance and efficiency of shared radio networks
Collaborations with KU Leuven and imec push state-of-the-art Energy-efficient Processing Architectures for beyond 5G System-on-Chip
The targeted realization of a zero-emission Radio Access Network (RAN) necessitates a drastic decrease in power consumption through increased energy efficiency as well as the greater use of renewable energy.
IoT@CyLab strives to improve industrial network privacy
Bringing both its industry and networking knowledge to the table, Nokia Bell Labs is one of four companies guiding researchers at Carnegie Mellon’s CyLab Secure and Private IoT initiative (IoT@CyLab)
Aalborg and Nokia Bell Labs: A Smart Collaboration for Industrial IoT
As carriers around the world begin to deploy 5G, factories are preparing to leverage the technology to support large-scale industrial IoT applications.
The University of Cambridge and Nokia Bell Labs are working together on next-generation mobile technologies.
"Earables" are just one of the University of Cambridge and and Nokia Bell Labs mobile computing collaborations.