Tyndall Welcomes Huawei CEO
Tyndall showcases joint research projects to Guo Ping on his visit to the facilities
The Tyndall National Institute has welcomed Guo Ping, deputy chairman and rotating CEO of Huawei to visit its facilities.
Tyndall has been working closely with Huawei research groups in various locations across the globe since 2013. The partnership sees Tyndall bring its research excellence to bear in the key technology domains of photonics circuits and micro and nano systems, enhancing Huawei’s solutions in strategically important market sectors such as communications and portable electronics.
Eoin O’Reilly, incoming interim CEO at Tyndall, welcomed the visit, saying: “We are showcasing the facilities and capability in areas such as photonics and nano materials, which have been the foundation for our collaboration with Huawei. Building on this collaborative relationship we will continue to deliver impactful research outcomes for Huawei as a global technology leader."
Guo Ping added: “This visit is an opportunity to demonstrate some of the leading innovations that Huawei and Tyndall are jointly researching, and areas we will be closely collaborating on in the future to discover key breakthrough technologies. Over the next 20 years, we aim to bring industry and academia together in ever closer collaboration, and by the use of new technologies to build a Better Connected World."