In the eleventh episode of ITW, we are aspiring to reach out to further boundaries, delivering both technical and non-technical sessions, given by international and local speakers, covering topics like biomedical engineering, recent space discoveries, IoT and others. In addition to the ‘Advanced Technical Sessions’ dedicated to technology enthusiasts to provide them with a deep understanding of certain topics. Non-technical workshops will be presented to help the attendees develop their soft skills. And finally our ‘Gallery’, which will be highlighting the latest technological innovations.
The 10th episode of the event, ITW’16 was an outstanding one, celebrating the 15th anniversary of IEEE AlexSB, and highlighting trending topics in the field of technology like virtual reality, game development and green buildings. Our aim was that this blend of new technology breakthroughs, smart business implementations infused with our culture would motivate attendees into becoming the visionaries shaping Egypt’s next 10 years.
ITW ’15 aims to continue strengthening the foundations laid down by the previous episodes in the past few years, by helping young engineers and visionaries reach new limits of interaction with the fast evolving world around them; hoping to bring together a great variety of new technology breakthroughs; smart business implementations and new cultural thoughts that will help push the potential of engineering, technology, and the youth in Egypt.
Throughout 11th to 13th of August, around 600 attendees from a variety of academic majors attended the eighth episode of ITW14' held at Bibliotheca Alexandrina. With talks from around the globe like Dr. Seth Goldstein's of Pennsylvania talk "Claytronics", and talks from all diversions of engineering like " Internet of things " to Solar pumps and buildings, All the latest technology were briefed and acknowledged.
Over 600 students attended ‘Interact with Today’s World’ (ITW). The two–day conference took place for the 7th time in Alexandria and for the 1st time at Hilton Alexandria Green Plaza on the 10th and 11th of September. The objective was to present the latest technical advances and self-improving ideas to young Egyptian students.
With more than 750 attendees, ITW’12 was special with being a SPAC event, having a video conference with a professor from MIT, Three international speakers besides having international attendees were attending.
With celebrating ten years since the foundation of the branch, ITW’11 was organized with its slogan “When the Sphinx Talks in Binary”. Well known Speakers like : Mr. Wael El Fakharany – Regional manager of Google, Mr. Ali El Faramawy – Vice president of Microsoft international and Eng. Samer El Sahn – Founder of Tahrir² were invited.
With more than 400 attendees, ITW’10 was organized aiming to link between the academic and the professional fields, speakers were from different organizations, academic and professional, the attendees left the conference looking forward attending the ITW’11 conference.
ITW’09 was special with its Panel discussions about research and studying abroad, besides its holding to the Green Technology, 2009 was the second year in a row for the branch to be awarded the Darrel Chong Silver Award.
ITW was back to its main role in empowering engineers to create their future, and returned with its new style, with series of technical and non-technical sessions, with slogan “Open your eyes on the new world” and was the reason for making the branch to be awarded the Darrel Chong
I'd like to wish all my Egyptian friends all the good luck with the event they're having, I hate to admit that I've never been to Alexandria but I definitely will be there next year
Ali Faramawy Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Middle East & Africa President Microsoft Corporation