Prof. Dr Magda Hagras, Suez Canal University President, and Lieutenant-General Abdel Moneim Al-Tarras, President of the Arab Organization for Industrialization, signed a joint cooperation protocol between the two sides
The protocol aims to cooperate between the Arab Organization for Industrialization and Canal University in the field of digital transformation and training in all areas and laboratory processing

Prof.Dr. Magda Hagras, President of the University, affirmed that we welcome this fruitful cooperation with the Arab Organization for Industrialization, as it is one of the castles of industry in Egypt and the Middle East, and everyone witnesses its high-quality products.

Explaining that the aim of the protocol is to integrate industrial and academic institutions in order to advance applied scientific research to achieve them on the ground and come up with a product that contributes to raising the national economy added that cooperation with the authority through which the university seeks to complete digital transformation and the transition towards the smart university in which the university has made great strides

Meanwhile, General Abdel Moneim El-Terras, head of the Arab Organization for Industrialization, indicated that he is happy with this cooperation with the university because universities are the stronghold of science
explained that this protocol helps the industry to link with scientific research and work to translate these research into reality

The signing of the protocol was attended by:
Accountant Samir Al-Najjar, Secretary General of the University and Prof.Dr. Mahmoud Fouad, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Prof. Dr. Nasser Mandour, Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture, and Prof.Dr.Ibrahim Faris, Dean of the Egyptian Chinese College of Technology and Prof.Dr. Mohamed Saad Zaghloul, Dean of the Faculty of Science and Dr. Amir Muhanna, Director of the Digital Transformation Unit at university.

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