NEWS

Keysight Technologies announces university engagement program with leading European universities

Program Provides Students with Real-World Business and Technical Experience

Highlights:

  • European university engagement program facilitates a continuous set of activities and knowledge sharing between Keysight and the participating universities
  • Program includes teaching materials and other resources to enhance the university’s curriculum and student’s learning experience
  • Structured internship offers opportunity for hands-on business and technical experience

SANTA ROSA, CA – Keysight Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: KEYS) today announced the establishment of a long-term university engagement program in Europe to foster the development of industry-ready engineers. The program’s first year university participants include Paris Sud University, University of Leeds, University of Manchester and Aschaffenburg University.

“We pride ourselves on offering high quality courses in electronics and communications delivered by dedicated experts and superb teaching resources, maintaining that position requires continual refinement and investment,” said Rob Sloan, Professor of Millimetre-Wave Electronics & Royal Society Industrial Fellow of University of Manchester. “Key partnerships, such as this, one help maintain that premier status.  Thanks to Keysight's support, our students will continue to be educated in the latest techniques and exposed to industry leading software and hardware tools.”

"The University of Leeds has a long-standing relationship with Keysight Technologies in both teaching and research,” said Professor Ian D. Robertson, Head of School of Electronic & Electrical Engineering of University of Leeds. “This new scheme will give students even more opportunities for working with the world leader in electronic design automation and test for wireless communications systems."

“Investing in the promising young talents is a significant part of Keysight’s policy,” said Benoit Neel, vice president and general manager, Keysight Technologies. “We are privileged to be able to collaborate with leading academic centres in Europe, famous for their exceptionally high standards of teaching programs. As a company we, recognise students of these universities as our future.”

The program is open to interns and graduates studying electronics, energy systems, wireless communications, computer science, materials science, photonics and optronic systems or an equivalent degree.

About Keysight in Education
Keysight is dedicated to meaningful collaboration with researchers and educators. The company is committed to helping the next generation of engineers tackle and solve the toughest electronic design and test challenges. In the research lab, Keysight’s history of innovation continues to enable new breakthroughs in science and technology. In classrooms and teaching labs, Keysight’s instruments, software and solutions are the same tools used by government and industry. Additional information about Keysight’s education program (Education Corner) is available at www.keysight.com/find/edu.

About Keysight Technologies
Keysight Technologies (NYSE: KEYS) is a global electronic measurement technology and market leader helping to transform its customers’ measurement experience through innovations in wireless, modular, and software solutions. Keysight’s electronic measurement instruments, systems, software and services are used in the design, development, manufacture, installation, deployment and operation of electronic equipment. The business had revenues of $2.9 billion in fiscal year 2015. Information about Keysight is available at www.keysight.com.

Twitter icon
Facebook icon
Google icon
StumbleUpon icon
Digg icon
LinkedIn icon
Reddit icon
e-mail icon
Feature

CableLabs is spearheading efforts to develop a proposal that uses coherent optics to dramatically boost the capacity of hybrid fibre coaxial networks, reports Andy Extance

Feature

Systems vendors are using intelligent software to squeeze more performance from optical networks. Pauline Rigby reports on developments at OFC 2017