Workshop Details
Day 1: 1 hour
Day 2: 1 hour
Participants: 30 persons
Price: $50.000

To provide knowledge of Blockchain Technology to educators, researchers, professionals, and students, considering the potential of blockchain technology across several industries.

The main objectives are: 

  • Introduce blockchain technology to students, researchers, and academics. 
  • Discuss the status of blockchain development and research work across the world.

Delivered By: Mohammed Qamber

An IT specialist with a background of cyber security, a researcher in Web 3.0, a block chain expert and passionate about the latest advanced technology that serves the future of humanity. Regional Manager Business Development in Gulf Falcon Business Solutions Company.


Workshop Details
Day 1: 2 hours
Participants: 30 Persons
Price: $60.000

Learn how to apply machine learning to business problems without having to learn how to code. We'll look into Amazon SageMaker Canvas, a visual point-and-click interface that lets you make precise ML predictions without prior knowledge of machine learning or code. By the course's end, you'll know how to apply machine learning in a decision-making context without having to write any code.

The Objectives are: 

  • Understand ML. 
  • Understand Decision making using ML. 
  • Learn the fundamental of ML using AWS. 
  • Generate predictions and make practical business decisions from your model.

Delivered By: Noor Alsayed

Applications Specialist at Council of Representatives (Nuwab). A web developer with a strong interest in data science and how it can impact organizations.


Workshop Details
Day 1: 2 hours
Day 2: 3 hours
Participants: 10 - 15 persons (5 Groups)
Price: $100.000

Learn how to use a robotic field to build a rehabilitation exoskeleton application. You will get insight into the challenges in the exoskeleton field to be aware of your design before your start with your application. Also, you will learn how an exoskeleton arm can be resembled mechanically to mimic the human limb, and how to connect the force sensor to the Arduino board and what is the theory behind it. Learners will learn how to use controller algorithm to drive the servo motors in a rehabilitation project for performing certain movements trajectory. At the end, there will be a discussion in which we will discuss together the future directions in this field and where and how to use the rehabilitation exoskeleton in daily life.

Delivered By: Rabé Andersson

A PhD Student, Modelling, Design and Control of Robotic Exoskeletons Department of Electronics, Mathematics and Natural Sciences Faculty of Engineering and Sustainable Environment University of Gävle Sweden.