Institute for Software Research International

School of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh PA 15213-3891



Carnegie Mellon has a number of ongoing initiatives on ICT for Sustainable Development.



It recently hosted a major Workshop on June 26-27th, 2003, at the World Bank, in Washington, DC., for ICT and development professionals from around the world.



Bangalore Workshop

Lead Contacts/Organizers:

Prof. V. S. Arunachalam, CMU (convener)

Prof. N. Balakrishnan, IISc. (convener)

Prof. S. Rajagopal, NIAS

Prof. Raj Reddy, CMU

Dr. Eswaran Subrahmanain, CMU

Dr. Rahul Tongia, CMU

Information and Communications Technology

for Sustainable Development

Book Released…ICT for Sustainable Development: Defining a Global Research Agenda

Carnegie Mellon has a number of ongoing initiatives on ICT for Sustainable Development, focusing on human development, empowerment, infrastructure development, and economic growth. 


Bangalore Workshop     January 14-16, 2004

Carnegie Mellon is organizing a major workshop under sponsorship of the National Science Foundation, World Bank, and the United Nations (Division for Sustainable Development), on ICT for sustainable development.   The local sponsors and collaborators are the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) and the National Institute for Advanced Studies (NIAS), Bangalore.

A Workshop description and the agenda can be found online.


£       Discussion Note - * N E W *

£       Questionnaires and preparatory material for downloading (please return by Jan. 1, 2004 if possible)

£       Travel and Logistical Information

o          US Participants

£       Local Information

o            Bangalore – Official Tourism Website


What’s new: Agenda (Jan 14); Discussion Note (Jan 12); Logistical information (Jan 9)


For further information regarding the Bangalore Workshop or this website, contact Dr. Rahul Tongia, CMU.