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PSUT teams win Huawei competition

By JT - Apr 11,2021 - Last updated at Apr 11,2021

AMMAN — The Chinese company Huawei’s Jordan branch has honoured two teams of students from Princess Sumaya University for Technology (PSUT) who recently won its two international competitions, according to statement from the university.

The team that won first place in the Huawei Middle East Innovation Competition was presented with a prize of $20,000. 

The team comprised students Amr Emad Darawsheh, Elena Sami Abu Siam, and Leen Najeeb Abu Al Shaar, under the supervision of Ammar Mohammad Odeh. 

The team that won first place globally in the ICT Skills Competition comprised students Zaid Mahmoud Afaneh, Muhammad Ali Abu Shukr, Mansour Qais Al Hammoud, who trained under the supervision of Eng. Ashraf Suleiman Sabha.

Refai thanked the company for its “pioneering role”, and congratulated the winners for their efforts, stressing the high level of competitiveness among the university’s students at the international level.

The university president added that PSUT, under the directives of HRH Princess Sumaya, chair of its Board of Trustees, has in recent years paid greater attention to both cybersecurity, and data science, in order to keep pace with increasing global demands.

Huawei’s General Director Zhang Liang congratulated the two PSUT teams, stating that knowledge and skills are the cornerstones of progress. 

Huawei specialises in providing ICT infrastructure and smart devices, and is committed to working to deliver digitalisation to individuals, homes and companies, according to the statement.

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