Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology (E-JUST)

الجامعة المصرية اليابانية للعلوم والتكنولوجيا‎


  • {Competing with 330 Teams from around the World: E-JUST Students Qualified for the Final Round in an International Competition for an Unmanned Aircraft}

    {Competing with 330 Teams from around the World: E-JUST Students Qualified for the Final Round in an International Competition for an Unmanned Aircraft Prof. Amr Adly: The success of the student team in designing an algorithm for tracking drone lines The team is among the best 9 teams in the world, and the 2nd in the Middle East and North Africa. Prof. Amr Adly, President of Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology announced that a team of Robotics Club students at the university had succeeded in reaching the final rounds of the Mini-Drone competition, which is organized by MathWorks, a company specialized in designing mathematical algorithms for various engineering applications. He explained that the team includes Tariq Mahmoud Shohdy (3rd year, Mechatronics Engineering student), Ahmed Anwar Mazhar (2nd year, Computer Science Engineering student) and the Heba Yasser Abu Khalil (2nd year, Mechatronics Engineering student), who qualified for the final round of the competition that includes nine outstanding teams. Three hundred and thirty teams from different countries around the world are participating in this global competition to design a linear tracking algorithm for drones using the software available by the company such as the Simulink program, while learning how to design, simulate, and launch drones. This comes within the activities of the Robotics Club at the university, which is supervised by Dr. Mahmoud Al-Samanty, Dr. Haitham Al-Husseini and Dr. Victor Park from Waseda University in Japan and directed by Prof. Amr El-Tawil, Dean of the School of Innovative Design Engineering at the University. He pointed out that E-JUST students' team is the only team that qualified from Egypt and is ranked 2nd in the Middle East and the North African region. Prof. Adly confirmed that the university pays great attention to encouraging its students to participate in various local and international competitions related to their fields of study and provides technical and financial support for this in order to achieve the university's mission and the goals of Egypt's strategy for sustainable development 2030. The university provides all facilities for its students in its laboratories which include the latest technology in the world to support scientific research. Prof. Sameh Nada, Vice President for Education and Academic Affairs, stated that the university provides a group of Egyptian professors specialized in various fields of study at the university, in addition to visiting professors from partner universities in Japan. This also provides students with opportunities to complete their studies during the undergraduate level in Japanese universities, taking advantage of the Egyptian-Japanese initiative for education. More than 30 students at the university are currently attending Kyushu University and Waseda University in Japan.}


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