Carleton opens RIM Teaching and Collaborative Research Centre

March 26, 2012

Last Thursday, Carleton University celebrated the opening of its RIM Teaching and Collaborative Research Centre, whose goal is to keep engineering and industrial design students at the forefront of smartphone technology and design. With support from Research in Motion, the centre will be used for research, teaching, outreach activities, technology demonstrations, and short courses for students and researchers working on mobile technology and wireless communication. RIM is equipping the centre with software, BlackBerry smartphones and PlayBook tablets on which students can experiment and develop applications. Carleton News Release