BITPAL project concluded a training course in the field of innovation in Information technology techniques at several scientific institutions, research centers and technology incubators.
Prof. Johannes Waldmann, talked about the "AutoTool" platform, which used in Leipzig University of Applied Sciences and other universities as a teaching assistant as it helps teachers in preparing electronic exams. In addition, Dr. Billing, the Manager of AGIL Institute, presented the mechanisms of networking and transforming technology between the private European sector and academic institutions.
In a workshop, Leipzig University team presented an explanation about the study plans and the mechanisms of connecting students with the labor market. In this regard, Prof. Klaus Hänßgen mentioned some models of students work and talked about transforming graduation projects to the labor market. Then, Dr. Riyad Al-Qashi presented the opportunities of registering in funding projects and government and scientific agencies, which support researches and innovative projects. Furthermore, the team visited LeFx Company, which specialized in producing software, and recognized the mechanisms of producing useful models in the fields of heath, tourism and education.
In a visit to RoboCup laboratory, the team became familiarized with an advanced model of robots, which constituted a football team with artificial intelligence.
Dr. Ahmed Abdalaal, BITPAL Project Manager, talked about the importance of these lectures, workshops and field visits during training and thanked the hosts and the project's team for their efforts.
It is worth mentioning that, UCAS is managing the BITPAL project within the framework of Erasmus+ program, which funded by the European Union and contains of 9 partners from Palestinian and European universities and private sector: University College of Applied Sciences, Al-Azhar University, Islamic University of Gaza, Al-Aqsa University, Gaza University, Palestinian Information Technology Association of Companies (PITA), University of Calabria (UNICAL), the FIS University and HWTK University.