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Thoughts on open source and open collaboration from the Greater Boston Research Interest Group (RIG).
RHRQ interviewed Idan Levi, the Research Interest Group leader in Israel, to get his take on how university research intersects with the open source approach, from datasets and collaboration to security and data privacy.
How Czech Technical University and Red Hat Czech broke ground for grant programs.
Collaboration between students and engineers is shaping the future of software, hardware, and as-yet-unimagined complex computer systems. I like to read science fiction, partly as an escape from thinking about the complex real-life technology and people we work with daily in the Red Hat Research group. Our research and development projects are fascinating, but some […]
RHRQ interviewed Idan Levi, the Research Interest Group leader in Israel, to find out how research collaboration has changed over the last year and a half as the world went virtual. RHRQ: As the leader of Red Hat Research in Israel, you work with universities that are geographically dispersed, for example, Technion to the north, […]
Collaboration between industry and academia has become a popular talking point in tech, but that wasn’t always the case. When Red Hat Czech took the first steps towards supporting PhD students directly, this type of funding and mentorship was not common. The initiative began in 2015, in cooperation with the Faculty of Informatics at Masaryk […]
Researchers, students, and software engineers all have something to gain and something to give when checking out research interest groups. I was going through my coat pockets recently and found an old pair of Red Hat sunglasses. The plastic shade part of the sunglasses had popped out on one side, so if you put them […]
Successful industry-academia relationships don’t just happen. Here’s what it takes to start a collaboration and make it work. As a research supervisor, one of my most important tasks is finding a good fit between engineers with a problem and academicians who can collaborate with them on a project to explore some aspect of that problem. […]
The year 2022 was exceptional for Red Hat Research in a multitude of ways. After more than two years of only virtual gatherings, we successfully organized Red Hat Research Day Europe, an international in-person event held in Brno, Czech Republic. We further consolidated and aligned our team’s goals with the goals of the company and […]
Many talents contributed to one goal: a shared production-level research cloud. It was a chilly morning at Boston University, and I was looking for a quiet place to gather my thoughts and do some writing. I passed two painters covering up scuffs on the white walls and a man with a floor machine busily tracing […]
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