Leading specialist BT (British Telecom) for technical research Nader, Azarmi appointed visiting Professor of the faculty of Informatics of the University of East Anglia (UEA).
Professor Azarmi actively cooperates with various organizations worldwide, including universities and enterprises in the United States (e.g., Massachusetts Institute of technology (MIT) and UC Berkeley (University of Berkeley), middle East (BT Innovation Centre in Abu Dhabi "Emirates BT Innovation Centre"), in China (Tsinghua University in Beijing), in India (e.g., Indian Institute of technology Madras and "Infosys"), as well as in the United Kingdom.
In addition, Mr. Azarmi gives advice to leaders in government and business. Nader, Azarmi has a number of national and international awards, is the recipient of technical awards BT, and regularly publishes its own technical studies, is an author and editor of articles in technical journals and scientific books. In addition to its activities in BT Mr. Azarmi has several international patents.
One of the tasks of the Professor Azarmi in his new role at UEA is responsible for the development and strengthening of the existing and future cooperation with Professor Parr and colleagues of the faculty of Informatics of the University. among the popular programs of the Faculty - one-year master programme MSc in Computer Studies. In addition, the Professor will act as a consultant on new opportunities and joint work of the University of East Anglia and BT, and other companies.
"I am delighted to join the team of the University of East Anglia and Department of computer science in particular," he said. "In a world where commercial success and the solution to social problems increasingly depend on innovation, I see the task of strengthening cooperation between higher education and enterprises."
*BT is the largest investor in the technical development of number of enterprises in the telecommunications sector at national and international level. The company owns an outstanding number of patents — 4560 prank.