Hassib Al-Sabbagh Center for Information Technology Excellence at Arab American University signed two agreements to sponsor projects with two groups of university students through the recently launched PASS program, which is implemented by Leaders Foundation, funded by the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA).
The Manger of Hassib Al-Sabbagh Center, Eng. Ahmed Fouad, said that the program aims to support the pioneering ideas and turn them into projects and new institutions. Where it will be done with the students whom signed the agreement.
He explained that the first agreement was signed with the students Abdul Salam Mansour, Mukhlas Turkman, and Ali Sawahreh, where their project is about designing a device to measure the signs of ECG and analysis it, using data mining techniques to predict the patient's heart disorder problems and to find a cure for them before complications occur.
He added that the second agreement was with Rawan Jaradat. Her project will discuss the development of a device that records and measures all vital indicators related to the baby and his mother during pregnancy, and minimizes the need for a doctor's review.
Engineer Fouad said that each project will receive a support of $ 3,000 in the first phase. The two projects will compete with other projects at the national level end of the month.