About NATEG DAYS 2013

To fulfill its mission in supporting engineering education, networking and entrepreneurship, NATEG has developed ambitious initiatives in the last two years. One of the signature events of NATEG is intended for engineering students and professionals.

NATEG Days 2013 is the third edition of NATEG Days initiative.It is a three-day engineering summer camp, to be held at Technopark El Ghazala in Ariana, Tunisia on July 5-7, 2013. It will bring together engineering and science students, faculty members, business leaders, and experts from Tunisia, USA and Canada. This year’s edition aims to trigger discussions around engineering profession provision to common life.Its central theme is “Engineers bring good things to life”.

NATEG Days 2013 program will combine keynote lectures, testimonials, roundtable discussions and hands-on interactive sessions. The summer camp is expected to attract more than 300 participants, most of whom are engineering students from all around Tunisia.The event includes a new session called “Student Perspective” conceived to let students freely express their ideas and opinions about the impact on society and modern life of engineering.After its remarkable success among attendees last year, a special CV clinic and mock interviews session is organized to let students learn useful soft skills.

For faculty members, business professionals and government officials, NATEG Days 2013 is planning two comprehensive workshops. The first is discussing engineering education in Tunisia. Its purpose is to come up with a clear evaluation of the current defects and limitations of engineering education and training system in Tunisia. Accordingly, participating experts will help addressing the diagnosed issues by presenting practical reforms and perfection recommendations.The second workshop tackles the benefits and challenges in Cloud Computing.Besides building the business intelligence side, the workshop aims to create new collaboration and technology transfer opportunities in both business and academia between Tunisian and North American experts and researchers.

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