In line with the government’s instructions and procedures to limit the spread of the emerging Corona virus (Covid-19). Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi announces its success in activating the remote work system. Professor Silvia Serrano, Vice Chancellor of Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi, highlighted the importance of maintaining the employee’s safety by providing them with all the technological means to help them work from home effectively. “Our goal is to maintain a safe environment for our employees amidst this challenging time and provide them with all the necessary tools that ensure the same level of productivity and motivational level enhancements.”
Marie-Claude Hykpo and Juan Diego Serrano Ortega will pursue a one-year interdisciplinary Masters programme focused on studying China’s past, present and future.
The web tool developed by Dr Aamna Mohammed Al Shehhi, Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, helps create a Twitter dashboard that offers an insight into public social media conversations concerning the pandemic.
College campuses in the US are trying to reopen in the fall but the faculty is opposed to coming and teaching on campus.
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Abu Dhabi University (ADU) has announced that Emirates Global Aluminum (EGA) has awarded a Dhs150,000 grant to three proposals put forth by ADU Electrical, Computer, and Mechanical Engineering students. The grant will support the winning proposals to build artificial intelligence-powered drones and robots, in preparation for EGA’s third edition of the AI Robot competition.
The potential collaboration is part of DESC aim to partner with leading universities, international academic and research institutions.
The Sharjah Ruler said that the new chancellor, Susan Mumm, was selected after an extensive international search.
MIT News says that Mavalvala will become the new dean from Sept.1, succeeding Michael Sipser, who will return to the faculty as the Donner Professor of Mathematics after six years of service.
Professor Friedrich von Borries — who designed the project – thinks it is important to study laziness more closely to help bring about an “eco-social” transformation. “It is about exiting the constant success spiral, getting off life’s hamster wheel,” he said.