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Projects

Monday, April 8, 2019
the university’s team qualifies for the final stage in the project of supporting up-coming Palestinian companies "PASS"

AAUP team has qualified for the third and final stage in PASS Competition, which is part of a program implemented by Leaders institution, funded by the Korean Agency for International Cooperation. The team consists of students and graduates from the faculties of Engineering & Information Technology, administrative and financial Sciences, where the team was selection among the top 10 leading projects national wide.

Other universities are also participating in the project as Al-Quds, Birzeit, Al-Najah, and Khadouri".

The idea of the project is to design a device that measures and analyzes ECG signals, using data mining techniques to predict the patient's heart disorder problems and to find a cure for it before complications occur.

Saturday, March 9, 2019
The University launches Erasmus project in Dublin, Ireland

The university launched Erasmus Project, where the Policy and Conflict Resolution Studies Center has won the Erasmus Project award under the title of “Strengthening National Research Capacity in Policy, Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation in cooperation with Palestinian and European universities”.

The first meeting for launching Erasmus project was held in Dublin in cooperation with Hebron and Islamic universities in Gaza, as well as the Friedrich Schiller University of Germany and the Trinity University of Ireland. The delegates discussed the projects and performance indicators for all activities, research and outputs that will emerge from the project.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Physio and occupational therapy Students at the university start projects for producing allied devices for people with disabilities to facilitate their daily lives

The Faculty of Allied Medical Science organized an open day for the projects of allied devices presented by physical and occupational therapy students, where they produced devices and tools that help people with special needs.

Dean of the Faculty of Allied Medical Sciences and Nursing Dr. Mohammed Asia said: "These outstanding projects reflect the students' competence, skills and ability to undertake innovative equipment and tools to help patients overcome their problems."

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