The center comes as the first specialized center of its kind and to activate the agreement signed with the ministry to cooperate in the areas of developing 5G applications and beyond, developing the talents of male and female students, and aligning the university’s outputs with the renewable labor market requirements, in addition to strengthening the university’s position to be a pioneer and more innovative in the region.
The center will enable faculty members, male and female students, from the fifth generation technologies and beyond, develop their applications, enhance awareness and develop national talents in the same field, in addition to strengthening the university digital infrastructure, developing emerging technologies, their research and applications, including developing smart cities, developing digital capabilities and skills, and digital innovation.
The opening witnessed the signing of a joint cooperation agreement by Dr. Al-Omar and Eng. Al-Ohali between the university and the ministry.
It is noteworthy that the College of Computer and Information Sciences recently held partnerships with several technical sectors to align the college’s outputs with the requirements of the labor market, accelerate innovation in the communications and information technology sector, and enhance technical research and digital education, in order to achieve the goals of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.