Mohamad Obeid Wins Second Gold Medal at the 48TH International Exhibitions of Inventions in Geneva.
Mohamad Obeid, a talented IT student at the Arab Open University - Lebanon, has made history by winning his second gold medal at the 48th International Exhibitions of Inventions in Geneva.
Obeid's winning invention, "Bracket Web Technology," is a programming language, interpreter engine and platform for building web applications. This technology is designed not only for developers but also for businesses and end users. The invention's potential impact is significant, as it can help coders code in their native language.
"We are incredibly proud of Mohamad's outstanding achievement at the International Exhibitions of Inventions in Geneva," said Dr. Yara Abdallah, Rector "His hard work, dedication, and innovative thinking are a true inspiration to all of us at the university, and we are thrilled to see him achieve such great success."
This is not the first time that Obeid has won a gold medal at an international exhibition of inventions. He also won the gold medal at the International Invention Fair in the Middle East (IIFME) for his exceptional contribution to the field of IT. These achievements reflect the university's commitment to fostering an environment of creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
"I am honored to have won the gold medal for the second time at an international exhibition of inventions," said Obeid. "I would like to express my gratitude to my mentors, professors, and the entire AOU community for their unwavering support and encouragement throughout my journey."
Obeid's success is a testament to the university's commitment to providing its students with excellent education and resources to support their entrepreneurial ventures. The university's programs and initiatives aim to empower students to become the shapers of the future, inspiring them to use their knowledge and skills to make a positive impact on Arab society.