A Delegate Team from Al-Andalus University Visits Hungarian Pázmány Péter University

  • Publish Date:
  • 01/07/2022

Within the framework of the Erasmus + agreement that is signed between Al-Andalus Private University for Medical Sciences and the Hungarian Pázmány Péter University, and under the supervision of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research in the Syrian Arab Republic, a delegate team from Al-Andalus University visited the Faculty of Information Technology and Bioelectronics and its Bioresearch Center at Pázmány Péter University in Budapest - Hungary during the period from 18-24 June 2022. The team was headed by Prof. Dr. Muhammed Amer Al-Mardini, and it consisted of Dr. Hussam Hanna and Dr. Ayman Al-Kayal  from the Faculty of Biomedical Engineering, and Dr. Nathalie Mousa and Dr. Gayth Wadah from the Faculty of Pharmacy. 

During the visit, a meeting was held with the Dean of the Faculty of Information Technology and Bioelectronics and his deputies. The meeting included a discussion of the ways for scientific cooperation and development between the two universities in the fields of biomedical engineering and pharmacy. 

The team also toured around and discovered the reality of scientific research and education in the Faculty of Information Technology and Bioelectronics. With the aim of knowing their current research topics, the team visited a group of laboratories and met their pharmacy and biomedical engineering specialists. The team also had many serious scientific discussions with the researchers and the specialized laboratory staff there. 

They discussed the possibility of doing joint research within the scope of the aforementioned specializations and expanding the cooperation in the future to serve the scientific and educational process.

The visit culminated in a meeting with Prof. Dr. Geza Kuminetz, President of Pázmány Péter University. 

The two universities signed a memorandum of understanding, whose aim is enhancing scientific and academic cooperation and carrying out joint scientific research in a way that would be reflected in the performance and classification of the university and the quality of its scientific and educational outcomes.

The visit concluded with exchanging shield gifts and taking photos as an expression of the warm relations and friendship between the two universities, with hopes for such meetings and joint work to continue in the future.