Technology-minded young people and innovative ideas come together from 17 to 21 March in Monastir, Tunisia. They participate in the first edition of the festival of science, engineering and technology, most with projects that fall into the aforementioned fields.
The official opening of this Festival was enhanced by the presence of MM. Akram Sebri, governor of Monastir, Hatem Sliman, president of ATAST, Hael Fahoum, ambassador of Palestine in Tunisia, as well as deputies of the region, etc. Personalities who were pleased with the scope of the initiative and did not fail to support it even morally.
More than a thousand young people from 22 countries compete with almost 200 projects. Throughout the festival, they are called to defend their different business ideas. The initiative from the Tunisian Association for the Future of Science and Technology (ATAST) is aimed at students and students aged 6 to 24 years.
According to the details given by the organizers, this is the first time that a competition of this kind is held in the Arab world and in Africa. It is subdivided into several parts including science, engineering, innovation, scientific and technological research.
Until the winners are known, technology continues its way in the minds of enthusiasts.