On the second day, Dr. Hamidreza Ahmed from the University of Siegen presented recommendations and needed measures to respond to feedback from evaluators.
On the second day afternoon sessions, 16.3.2022, of the f2f meeting of the MS@CPS project consortium organized by Carthage University (CU) in Tunisia Dr. Ezzaldeen Edwan from PTC presented about progress in dissemination and exploitation work package. Dr. Edwan pointed out that all deliverables of this WP are on the track. Moreover, several planned activities were presented to keep the project sustainable. At the end of the presentation, the panel was opened for discussing ideas to keep the project outcomes sustainable.
In another regard, Dr. Saleh presented the initial schedule for the planned meeting at KTH and the consortium discussed planned activities which are scheduled for the end of May 2022.
On the noon session, Dr. Khalid Alemerien from Tafila Technical University (TTU) presented a summary of admission policies for the cyber-physical systems master program at the partner universities in Palestine, Jordan, and Tunisia. A comparison between different policies was presented and a discussion was conducted on how to make those admission policies meet international standards.
MS@CPS External evaluation nomination form
A face-to-face meeting is being held at Carthage University (CU) in Tunisia from 15th March 2022 to 17th March 2022. Her excellency, the president of Carthage university Prof. Nadia Mzoughi Aguir welcomed the participants of the consortium at the beginning of the meeting. The consortium will discuss progress and the next steps in implementing the project. The meeting takes place after the new decision about the extension of the project for one more year and the decision about the inclusion of Al-Aqsa university from Gaza in the consortium. The MS@CPS consortium acknowledges the CU for hosting this event and appreciates the efforts done to have this meeting conducted face to face despite the difficulty due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions. It should be noted that the meeting is being held over Zoom as well for those who are not able to attend face to face.