As part of the UAE month of innovation, and in efforts to fulfil the University of Sharjah and College of Computing and informatics in reaching out to different industry and government agencies in the country, Dubai Courts concluded its 3rd annual innovation award with the awarding ceremony conducted over MS TEAMs attended by a wide audience from courts executives and participants of 44 different proposal submitted this year.
During this year, and with the collaboration support of Dr. Amal Al Ali from the College of Computing and Informatics, and lead coordinator of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship course in the University, and in addition to the undergraduate and employee award, the award was expanded to include a research category for all UAE universities to further build ties with higher educational institutions.
Dr. Amal Ali was awarded the first prize for her support and guidance for the governing body of the award. Dubai courts expressed their sincere gratitude and appreciation for the support they have been receiving from the college of computing and informatics, and highlighted the support and encouragement received from Prof. Mohammad Obaidat, Dean of the College of Computing and Informatics, for promoting and maximizing the exposure of the award to students and faculty in the University.
In addition, Dr. Mohammad Lataifeh from the CCI, was also awarded the second prize for his applied research initiative the League of Innovation.
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In student category we are also proud of our students from the College of Engineering Aisha Al-Hammadi, for being awarded the 3rd place for the undergraduate category.
The ceremony concluded by a paperwork presented by Dr. Amal on creating opportunities out the calamities stressing the need that it is during these difficult times that the critical value of innovation can build a sustainable capability to persevere and thrive.
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For the recording of the ceremony please see the video below