The scheme will see T Labs further expand its network and strengthen international collaboration, which includes partnering with European universities.
The new institute is part of the Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest and is T-Labs’ first joint applied research Lab in Hungary. The launch coincides with the start of the new academic year.
“Our goal is to collaborate with academic talents throughout Europe and, in doing so, to further strengthen our international joint ventures in research and development. Our new EU Labs program at T-Labs will help us further expand this international ideal,” said Christian von Reventlow, chief product and innovation officer at Deutsche Telekom.
The department will focus on research based on mobile networks data and will include relevant business and environmental aspects. The aim of the department will be to work out solutions to specific challenges through the means of data mining, artificial intelligence and data visualisation.