Industry Workshop at University of Sfax

Higher Institute of Computer Sciences and Multimedia (HISCM) – University of Sfax, Tunisia, held on the 16th of May 2019 its first workshop in cooperation with industrial sector of computer engineering and information technology. The workshop aims to discuss the establishment of Master program on cyber physical systems according to market needs and requirements within the MS@CPS Erasmus+ Project.
Pr. Faiez Gargouri, Dr. Bassem Bouaziz and Dr. Zied Loukil from HISCM attended the meeting. From industry side, the meeting was attended by ASM firm, Dr. Saleh Ouerda and Expert Dev solutions, Dr. Mounir Ketata. The attendees discussed the modern technologies in this field and how to respond to market needs.
The meeting included two presentations. The first one was an overview of the projects covering its goals and objectives and the second one was introductory one about the field of cyber physical systems and its potential for economy and society. The representatives of the local companies contributed by providing their suggestions and notes according to their experience and the needs of the market.
Finally, both sides agreed to hold further meetings in the future to discuss extensively the proposed program. Similar workshops will be held in the coming weeks at the other partner universities participating in the MS@CPS Erasmus+ project.

Industry Workshop at PTC

Palestine Technical College – Deir El-Balah (PTC) held on the 16th of May 2019 its first workshop in cooperation with industrial sector of computer engineering and information technology. The workshop aims to discuss the establishment of Master program on cyber physical systems according to market needs and requirements within the MS@CPS Erasmus+ Project.

Academic staff from engineering program and computer science departments at PTC  and from IT and computer faculties at the Gaza Strip attended the meeting.  From industry side, the meeting was attended by the projects officer Dr. Mazen Abu Qamar at the Palestinian Information Technology Association of Companies (PITA) in the Gaza Strip. The attendees discussed the modern technologies in this field and how to respond to market needs.

The meeting included two presentations given by Dr. Ezzaldeen Edwan, the local coordinator at PTC. The first presentation was an overview of the projects covering its goals and objectives and the second one was introductory one about the field of cyber physical systems and its potential for economy and society in the Gaza Strip. The representatives of the local companies contributed by providing their suggestions and notes according to their experience.

Finally, PTC representative agreed with PITA representative to present the project concept at the coming gathering of IT companies in Gaza for celebrating the World Telecommunication and Information Society Day, which will be held on the 21st of May 2019. Similar workshops will be held in the coming weeks at the other partner universities participating in the MS@CPS Erasmus+ project.

Industry Workshop at Al-Quds University

Al-Quds University held its first workshop in cooperation with industry in the field of computer engineering and information technology to discuss with them the establishment of Master program on cyber physical systems according to market needs and requirements within the MS@CPS Erasmus+ Project.
The meeting was attended by academics from the faculty of engineering, computer department and dual studies program at the university to discuss with industry representatives the modern technologies in this field and to respond to market needs. The representatives of the local companies contributed by providing their suggestions and notes according to their experience.
Finally, both sides agreed to hold further meetings in the future to discuss extensively the proposed program. Similar workshops will be held in the coming weeks at other partner universities participating in the MS@CPS Erasmus+ project.