International Network of Centres for Computer Applications (INCCA)
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Founded 1985, Barcelona (Spain), operating under the auspices of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), as an international association of centres of excellence in the field of engineering applications of computers.
Promote international scientific cooperation and technology transfer in computer applications in engineering, with particular emphasis on the needs of developing countries.Available with paid subscription only.
Operates mainly by organizing postgraduate training and research; providing specialized computing services through the participating centres, carrying out joint training and research projects; exchanging computer programmes, software and training curricula among members; organizing exchange of specialists; disseminating information on computer applications in engineering sciences.
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