Research in Communications

This century will change totally how mankind communicates with broadcast technology at almost its peak, ICT continues to accelerate at a very high speed, thus, making human communications to break the cultural and border barriers. CIU's research in communication is very technical and scientific in nature. Biochemical and biophysical communication activities of the brain/mind capturing and enabling device to recognize and present in the third parties' language is our nature of interest in communication research. To this nature of research our prime aim is to translate any language so that two parties can communicate only in their own languages yet the translation program affords a seamless communication between them as if they were communicating in one language. This is an extremely difficult undertaking but with full awareness of technology capability and application of the right methodology within this century this is possible. CIU currently is working with broadcast technology developers to identify automated language translation perception of society globally.