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IBM Centers for Advanced Studies

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IBM Centers for Advanced Studies

The IBM Centers for Advanced Studies (CAS) are a group of research centres on the world that facilitate collaboration with university students and professors using IBM systems. There are 20 CAS located in various countries around the world.[1] IBM's first CAS was established at the IBM Toronto Software Lab.

CAS is responsible for the annual CASCON.


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