Final report to The Atlantic Philanthropies by the Queen’s University Belfast Foundation for grant 11836
The Community Foundation for Northern Ireland [CFNI] is a local, independent charitable foundation, connecting people who care with causes that matter. CFNI helps communities in need, drives social change and change lives, through impactful grant-making and by delivering innovative programmes. Formerly known as Northern Ireland Voluntary Trust and founded in 1979 with a grant from the government, the Foundation has awarded over £100m to date to groups and organisations across Northern Ireland.
In 2003, Queen’s University of Belfast Foundation was given £2,708,638 for a project titled International Centre for Research on System-on-Chip and Advanced Micro Wireless Integration. With this funding, the foundation was to enable Queen's University Belfast to draw down matching funds from the Northern Ireland Government's Support Programme for University Research II for the creation of an International Centre for Research on System on a Chip and Advanced Micro-wireless Integration.
- The eleven-page long document was produced by Queen’s University Belfast to conclude reporting for grant 11836 titled International Centre for Research on System-on-Chip and Advanced Micro Wireless Integration.
- text and reports
- Queen's University of Belfast Foundation, 1999-
- Curated collection--Grant documentation, Atlantic Philanthropies (Organization), Queen's University of Belfast Foundation, Curated collection--Education, Curated collection--Knowledge application, Grant 11836, Embedded computer systems, Charity organization, Queen's University of Belfast, and Curated collection--Bertus Rima
- Grant 11836
- Queen's University of Belfast Foundation
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