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Event ID:  63916
Contact Name:  Eslam Mohammed Fouly
Contact Email:
Contact Phone:  01128236874
Organization:  Ain-Shams University, Faculty of computer and information science
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Dates:  1st October 2023 to 10th October 2023
Physical Event:  Yes
Type:  Public
Start/End Type:  EndsDuring WSW
Country:  Egypt
State/Province:  Cairo
City:  El-Abaseya
Address:  37HM+8X4، القائد, El-Qobba Bridge, El Weili, Cairo Governorate 4392001
Location:  Ain-Shams University, Faculty of computer and information science
Event Name:  Beyond Earth
Event Description:  Join us for an exciting event as part of the World Space Week 2023 at Ain Shams University! Our event will explore the intersection of embedded systems and artificial intelligence (AI) for space missions. Over the course of the first ten days, we will be holding a workshop where all three tracks - Code Craftsmanship, Electronics Essentials, and Artificial Intelligence - will be explained in parallel. This will be followed by a five-day hackathon where participants can unleash their newfound knowledge to build a project related to space exploration using embedded systems and AI. Our goal is to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of these technologies and inspire them to apply their skills to real-world problems in space exploration. Don't miss this unique opportunity to learn from experts in the field, collaborate with like-minded individuals, and discover the latest advancements in space technology!
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Report on the Results:  We tried to educate as much people as we could during the first phase of the event which was the workshops phase, the three afromentioned tracks were simplified to make sure that it was easy for everyone to understand. Then the attendees had around 5 days to finish a project related to space missions and how they can use it to match this year's world space week theme. All the attendees did all they can during the hackathon phase leading to a filteration to announce the top 3 projects. The best project was Team 8 for the idea of a climate change prediction satellite constellation and connecting it to smart cars and watches. The 2nd best project was awarded to Team 2 for a satellite constellation to scan the Earth's surface to define areas characterized as cloudy, desert, green, and water bodies. And finally the 3rd position was for Team 9 for developing a constellation that can detect forest fires and give warnings to a local police station after connecting the satellites to the ground stations to secure the greenery of Earth
Attendance:  540
Attendance is Unique:  Yes
Media Impressions:  604
Media Impressions are Unique:  Yes

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