From 03 – 07 August 2022, Mohamed El Dallal, 2022 Vice-Chair – Programs on the 2022 IEEE Entrepreneurship Steering Committee, attended the IEEE R8 Student & Young Professional Congress 2022 in Tunisia.
It is an opportunity for IEEE Members to network with over 400 people from all over the world.
During the congress, a wide variety of workshops and lectures are organized, dealing with topics in diverse technical fields and also related to soft skills.
This year IEEE R8 Student & Young Professional Congress 2022, with the participation of great young professionals engineers from more than 15+ different countries (EMEA Region), was one of the best SYPs ever!
I truly enjoyed sharing my keynote speech representing IEEE Entrepreneurship. I want to thank all the organizers for their hard work and dedication to making this happen!
In addition to the IEEE Region 8 SYP, Mohamed attended the IEEE Egyptian Student & Young Professional Congress 2022 in Egypt from 08 – 10 September 2022.
The first IEEE Egyptian Student and Young Professional Congress (IEEE Egypt SYP) is an annual congress in Egypt, with 2022 being its inaugural year.
It gathers students and young professional members from around Egypt to network, share ideas and learn from expert IEEE speakers from Egypt and Region 8 (EMEA) and expert speakers from the industry.
The Arab Academy For Science, Technology & Maritime Transport (AASTMT) cordially acted as the 2022 venue.
The theme of IEEE Egypt SYP 2022 – discover the new pharaohs – focuses on hosting sessions and networking activities, training IEEE leaders of tomorrow, and sharing thoughts on improving the performance of the IEEE member.
Mohamed El Dallal, the speaker for the Tech Entrepreneurship Opportunities and Challenges session said the following about his experience.
Being a part of the first IEEE Egyptian Student & Young Professional Congress resulted in a contagious, recharging mood that is still lingering, not only because this is the first time the event takes place in Egypt – which is my homeland – but also as being surrounded by the most talented young people in the industry.
The more than 100 attendees from all over Egypt, including students, young professionals, and volunteers, did not disappoint, proving that they are the future leaders of their communities/branches by representing professionalism, talent, education, wisdom, and innovative vivacity. They are indeed future stars whom we will definitely hear about in the next 10 – 15 years.
I am proud to be a part of the big and powerful family – the IEEE Egypt Section – established in 1955 – 67 years strong and counting!