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.
On the fifth day 3.06.2022 (the last day) of the KTH management meeting, Dr. Christian Weber from the University of Siegen chaired the session for a discussion on the remaining deliverables. He also wrapped up the meeting and the next steps to be done. At the end of the last day, Dr. Mohammad Saleh from the KTH (the host) and Dr. Christian Weber, distributed certificates of participation in the meeting.
On the morning sessions of the fourth day, 2.6.2022, of the KTH management meeting, Dr. Hamidreza Ahmadian from the University of Siegen and Dr. Ala’ Khalifa from GJU, presented about WP4 with a focus on the selection of external evaluators. In the same session, Dr. Hamidreza Ahmadian and Dr. Mohammed Saleh from KTH presented the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that to be signed among consortium partners by each rector of HE institutes at the partner countries to foster cooperation in running the master program of Cyber-Physical Systems. The participants at the KTH meeting approved the terms of the MoU. Dr. Christian Weber from the University of Siegen presented the required contributions from each partner on finalizing the deliverable D2.2 “Course Material”. The session concluded with stressing about finishing missing parts in the deliverable to reach the final form.