Building global and regional partnerships in academia, industry, and government
Microsoft Research has established partnerships with more than 30 Chinese universities and research institutes through research collaboration, curriculum innovation, talent development, and academic exchanges.
Microsoft Research builds partnerships with Japan academia to advance research and broaden the impact and potential of computer science in Japan.
Microsoft Research builds partnerships with Korean academia to advance research and broaden the impact and potential of computer science throughout Korea and the Asia Pacific region.
Collaboration between Microsoft Research Asia and Taiwanese academia began in 2003 with a partnership between National Taiwan University, National Tsing Hua University, and National Chiao Tung University, and continues to spread to other institutions.
Hong Kong SAR
Microsoft Research Asia has a collaborative relationship with universities in Hong Kong that was established in 1999. Collaborative projects include academic research, curriculum innovation, talent fostering, and academic exchange.
Microsoft Research has been building partnerships with academia in Singapore since 2004 to advance research and broaden the impact and potential of computer science throughout the Asia Pacific region.