Ten Emirati teams join Korean students at Code-Camp

By Jamil Khan | SHARJAH

A 4-day long specialised work camp (Code-Camp) kicked off at the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry, constituting the phase before the final phase of the competition At Educom.
Students from 10 Emirati teams along with ten Korean students have been participating for the design of assistive applications organised by the Assistive Technology Centre under SCHS in association with the Quality of Life Technology Centre at Seoul National University supported by LG Electronics.
Mohammad Al Nabulsi, Coordinator for the Competition, stressed on the importance of the camp which precedes the announcement of the winning teams on Sunday. As many as 48 students comprising 10 teams from different participating Emirati universities along with 10 students from South Korean universities supervised by a group of Korean experts met at this camp to design support and assistive applications to empower special needs and differently-abled individuals and enhance the quality of their life.
He stressed on the Centre’s eagerness to create awareness relating to assistive technologies and motivate students at Emirati universities…
-Full Story At The Gulf Today

~ by jamilkhan on February 25, 2017.

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