The team of MS@CPS at Palestine Technical College – Deir El-Balah (PTC) participated and presented the MS@CPS in the Erasmus Plus information day, which took place at the Islamic University of Gaza in Gaza City on Monday 23rd of December 2019. The event, which is devoted to increasing awareness of the Erasmus+ calls that are available for academic community. MS@CPS was present with brochures and a roll-up of the project at the event venue. The event was launched by president of the Islamic university of Gaza Prof. Naser Farahat and the director of the National Erasmus+ Office Dr. Nedal Jayousi. The event included presentations about the different calls of the Erasmus+ program.
Press article in “La Gazette du Sud” magazine about MS@CPS project meeting at ISIMS, university of Sfax, Tunisa. The magazine language is French and it covers news and information related to Sfax region, Tunisia
The higher Institute of computer science and Multimedia (ISIMS) at the university of Sfax organized on the 4th of December 2019 the Open Days 2019 (JPO’2019) event. It comes after achieving success during the last years in organizing such events. Many enterprises were invited and the doors were open to students and industrial representatives in order to exchange ideas. The aim of this event is to create communication channel between students and the industry representatives. Moreover, it aims to align the contents of the offered courses with the needs of the market through plenary sessions presenting subjects in the context of innovation and digitization. JPO 2019 also contained interviews and direct contact between students and companies about the cyber physical systems master program which will be launched next year with the frame of Erasmus+ MS@CPS project.
A keynote talk in the event was given by the dean of the institute, Professor Faiez Gargouri, who presented the proposed CPS master program for the students and for industrial representatives. The master program captured the interest of computer science industrial attendees.
In conclusion, JPO 2019 enabled the ISIMS to listen to industrialists working on large-scale projects and discuss with them CPS master program structure. Moreover, it created sustainable cooperation through developing educational programs that meet the needs of companies. Lastly, it Introduced topics for internship so that students can interact with professionals and learn about the benefits of the proposed internships.