Special News
A Scientific Day for Students of Outstanding Students and Languages Schools
2/9/2020

 Today Sunday 9/2/2020, under the patronage of the President Prof Dr Abed el Raziq Dousoki, Technology, Innovation and Commercialization Office (TICO) organizes, representative of Technology Transfer Office (TTO), in cooperation with Faculty of Artificial Intelligence and the presence of members of TICO office team and the organization of MSP students team, a scientific day for school students from the age of 10 to 17 years, in order to develop the spirit of innovation, stand up to the use of modern technologies and develop the skills of today's children and the future of tomorrow, in the presence of 30 students representing Steam Schools for Outstanding Students, Al-Zahra School and the School of Martyr Mustafa Badawi under the supervision of the Director of the Office, Dr Enas Jumaa Bahgat.

As well, the lecturer Ahmed Sedik, an assistant lecturer at Faculty of Artificial Intelligence, explains the importance of artificial intelligence and the Internet of things, then a documentary film about the faculty is displayed to explain its vision and mission and the goal of its creation to keep pace with the accelerating technology.

Technology Innovation Support Center (TISC) members explains the concept of patentability, registration methods, and the identification of ways and means to protect innovation and also members of MSP students team gave an easy explanation of what technology means and how it can be applied in their study and work lives.

At the end of the scientific day, Dr Ibrahim Hammouda, the Director of the TTO Office, delivered accredited certificates from the university to the students.

Otherwise, the President Prof Dr Abed El-Razik Dousoki states that the organization of such a scientific day for children comes within the framework of transferring and marketing technology and supporting innovation consistent with the university's role in providing societal services regionally in line with Egypt's vision 2030 and supporting small innovators.

He adds that the meeting aims to develop children's creative and social skills and enhance the spirit of research, creativity and leadership using modern technologies that help to stimulate creative thinking among students and encourage them to think critically.