Samsung expands its R&D program to 70 Indian engineering colleges

Samsung India today announced that it is expanding its industry academic program – Samsung PRISM (Preparing and Inspiring Student Minds) – to 70 engineering colleges in India by 2025. The company said the program has been successful in bringing engineering students to register patents and publish technical papers on subjects such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and IoT.

As part of Samsung PRISM, which began in 2020, more than 4,500 engineering students and 1,000 professors worked with engineers from SRI-B (Samsung R&D Institute, Bangalore) to successfully deliver live projects. SRI-B offers research and development projects (worklets) to be carried out in four to six months. Teams of students and faculty have filed several patents along with SRI-B engineers and published several research papers, Samsung said. Students from top engineering faculties have participated in the program so far.

Students and teachers hone their skills

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