The renewed networks listed in alphabetical order are: Canadian Bacterial Diseases Network (CBDN); Canadian Genetic Diseases Network (CGDN); Canadian Institute for Telecommunications Research (CITR); Concrete Canada; Inspiraplex -- Respiratory Health Network of Centres of Excellence; Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Systems (IRIS); Mechanical and Chemimechanical Pulps Network; Micronet -- Microelectronic Devices, Circuits and Systems for Ultra Large Scale Integration (ULSI); NeuroScience Network; and Protein Engineering Network of Centres of Excellence (PENCE).
What does ITR stand for?
ITR stands for Institute for Telecommunications Research (Adelaide, South Australia)
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We have 146 other meanings of ITR in our Acronym Attic
- Information Transfer Rate (brain-computer interface assessment)
- Information, Ticketing and Registration
- Innovative Technology Requirement (environment)
- Inpatient Treatment Report
- Input Transaction Record
- Inside Texas Running (periodical)
- Inspection and Test Records
- Installation Technical Representative (contract services; US DoD)
- Institut du Transport Routier (Belgium)
- Institute for Technological Research (various locations)
- Institute for Tuberculosis Research (Univesity of Illinois at Chicago)
- Institute of Tobacco Research
- Instrument Technical Room
- Instrumented Test Range
- Integra Type R (Acura automobile)
- Integrated Technology Rotor
- Integrated Test Requirements
- Intelligent Transaction Router (Delta)
- Intermediate Care Nursery
- Internal Transfer Rate (Seagate)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The McGill Chair position held by Scott Hinton will put Canadian students at the forefront of telecommunications research, and give them immediate access to a technology of the future," observed Maier Blostein, professor, Electrical Engineering, McGill University, and president, Canadian Institute for Telecommunications Research.
The product of years of research and development at the Institute for Telecommunications Research at the University of South Australia, the company is funded by research grants and venture capital investment from SciVentures Investments, Epicorp Seed Fund, among others.