NEWS: 22-23 November 2021
HOLOTWIN Project Workshop

Microsoft and other major industries, holographic telepresence systems will be an essential component for realizing the concept of the Metaverse, which is seen as the Next Generation Internet. The workshop features renowned speakers and very interesting talks on (AR), (VR), (MR), (XR) real time mobile holograms; digital twins), as well as applications based on advance sensing, imaging, artificial intelligence (AI), and massive scale machine-to-machine (M2M) communications.
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CGC Denmark
Aarhus University
CGC Italy
Tor Vergata University
CGC Vishwaniketan
The Vishwaniketan Institute
CGC Romania
The University of Bucharest
CGC BIT Sandri
BIT Sindri institute
CGC Bulgaria
The Technical University of Sofia
International Technological University
CGC Macedonia
The Saints Cyril and Methodius University
CGC Crotia
The University of Zagreb
CGC Greece
Hellenic American Education Center
CGC Montengro
The University of Montenegro
CGC Sandip
Sandip University
CGC Bulawayo Zimbabwe
National University of Science & Technology (NUST)

About CTIF Global Capsule

CGC is a global and collaborative Cross-/Inter-disciplinary independent non-profit organization with a robust worldwide research, academic, and industry network.

Research Areas

CGC has developed strategically a research portfolio consisting of 12 Thematic Areas in which CGC wants to be strong and have “a foot print” in. The 12 areas involve all CGC divisions.

Dr. Neeli Prasad CTO SmartAvatar, Delft, The Netherlands, Mountain View, CA, USA gave a lecture in CGC on: Cyber Security Challenges and Opportunities for Autonomous Vehicle

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CGC Divisions run different exchange programs and e.g. staff members Mobility course.  As a member of CGC, all researchers/project participants have access to office and Lab facilities to any CGC Division worldwide. CGC divisions openly host industrial PhDs and guest researchers from all over the world, who want to study and join CGC research projects and team.

International Relationships

CGC vision is to become financially independent within few years (2025) of activity supported by numerous international relationships and the possibility of establishing a series of partnerships with several entities, which join CGC by contributing a Membership Fee.

CGC and CENTRAL Project collaboration with i.a. Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand. || Video produced and shared by the Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand

Cross-/Inter-disciplinary scientific projects

CGC facilitate global inter-disciplinary research, industry development and educational activities through Cross-/Inter-disciplinary scientific projects, staff and student exchange, interdisciplinary publications, PhD and master programs, other educational programs, e.g. to industry and standardization in research and education. CGC will seek to establish projects across all continents.