Second day, 13.12.2022, of USI meeting

On the morning session of the second day 13.12.2022 of USI meeting, Dr. Hamidreza Ahmadian from the University of Siegen, presented the agenda of the day. Then participant partners presented their developed courses within the project.
On the afternoon session, a presentation entitled “Insights into the ongoing KIRETT- a research project for civil security” was given by Mr. Johannes Zenkert. Finally, a presentation entitled entitled “Insights into the ongoing Elmos Project” was given by Dr. Christian Weber.

Face-to-face meeting at the University of Siegen 12-16 December 2022

Face-to-face meeting is being held at the University of Siegen in Siegen (USI), Germany from 12th December 2022 to 16th December 2022. The meeting is focusing on finalizing the management issues and on training as well. The meeting takes place with having members from all partners participating either physically or online. The MS@CPS consortium acknowledges the USI for hosting the meeting at its campus and appreciates the efforts done by the USI team: Prof. Roman Obermaisser
and Dr. Hamidreza Ahmadian to have this meeting conducted face to face. In the first morning session, Dr. Hamid Hamidreza Ahmadian from the university of Siegen, the project leader, presented the meeting agenda, project overview and status of Project. The second morning session focused on needed inputs for the final report. The end of afternoon was mainly training on development of embedded systems given by Eng. Veit Wiese.

Training received at KTH, is repeated at the university of Carthage (ISSATM)

The training, which was initially realized in KTH, has been repeated by the team of the university of Carthage on the 18th of November 2022 at the higher institute of applied sciences and technology of Mateur (ISSATM) for a group of 10 teachers with different backgrounds. In fact, the duplication session has aimed to present many relevant tools for enhancing higher education, which have been discovered by the CU team during the KTH training. After deep discussion between the presenters and the teachers, participants have appreciated the presented tools, notably those dealing with quality assurance as well as sustainable development. However, they have pointed many divergence points with regards to the actual approach used in ISSATM. Thus, many teachers have expressed their intention to adopt some discussed tools, especially that these tools allow a cost-effective development of the education process at ISSATM.