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On August 16, 2007, Notre Dame University, represented by Dr. Elias Nassar, Dean, FE and Ulm University, Germany represented by Dr. Helmut Partsch, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science, signed a Protocol of Cooperation between the two faculties concerning graduate studies and research.

Under this protocol NDU students from the Electrical, Computer and Communication Engineering (ECCE) Department will be given priority for admission to the Masters program in Communications Technology at the university of Ulm which is taught entirely in the English language. The university of Ulm will also host one faculty member per year from NDUís ECCE Department for the purpose of conducting a research project with access to research Labs at Ulm.

Currently three NDU graduates from the ECCE Department are PhD candidates at the university of Ulm and two are pursuing their MS degrees.

The university of Ulm is one of the top research universities in Germany with state-of-the art research facilities and enrolls around 6000 students in faculties of Science, Medicine, Economics and Engineering.

The city of Ulm is the birthplace of Albert Einstein and is ranked as the healthiest city in Germany. It is located in southern Germany on the banks of the Danube river, halfway between the cities of Munich and Stuttgart.

For more information on the Communications Technology program go to: http://ctech.e-technik.uni-ulm.de/