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The city of Carthage (/ˈkɑrθɪdʒ/) is a city in Tunisia and was the centre of the ancient Carthaginian civilization. The city developed from a Phoenician colony of the 1st millennium BC into the capital of an ancient empire. The area of Carthage was before inhabited by Berber people who also became the bulk of Carthage's population and constituted a significant part of its army, economy and administration. Native Berbers and settling Phoenicians in Carthage mixed in different ways including religion and language, creating the Punic language and culture. The name of Carthage, Latin: Carthago or Karthago, Ancient Greek: Καρχηδών Karkhēdōn, Etruscan: *Carθaza, is derived from the Phoenician Qart-ḥadašt meaning "New City" (Aramaic: קרתא חדתא, Qarta Ḥdatha; Hebrew: קרת חדשה, Qeret Ḥadašah'), i...
Tunisia has one of the most active IT communities in Africa. Every year, Hackathon's are organized by private companies. This year's two challenges are development and data science. Developers and data scientists were given real world engineering problems and they applied their coding skills to solve them. CGTN's Adnen Chaouachi was there Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
A Tunisian engineer has invented a breakthrough method in the field of generating wind energy. Thirty-seven-year old Anis Aouni has spent over two years creating new ways of harnessing wind power, resulting in the creation of a bladeless wind converter known as ''Saphonian'' or the ''Zero-blade Wind Converter.''
Faces and Stories at www.giz.de: https://www.giz.de/en/worldwide/21831.html Hachem Chaabene is one of 100 selected Tunisian experts looking for opportunities on the German labour market. With success: The young construction engineer is currently working for MEA Water Management GmbH in Germany. The company develops and manufactures drainage systems, and Chaabene is a valuable link with customers in the Arab world. GIZ is implementing this project with Tunisian engineers on behalf of the German Federal Foreign Office and in cooperation with ZAV, the International Placement Services arm of Germany's Federal Employment Agency.
Now, imagine for a moment you were blind - and the challenges that it brings on a daily basis. It's the same across the world. That's where a group of Tunisian student engineers come in. They've invented a device that helps guide blind people. Take a look. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
A 21 –year-old Tunisian studying Process Engineering at the Higher Institute of Technical Studies in Zaghouan, Nesrine Sallmai joined more than 350 students across Tunisia to participate in a two-day Intel® Youth Enterprise Ideation Camp, implemented by Education for Employment – Tunisie (EFE-Tunisie) with support from Intel and the U.S.-Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI). She and three teammates developed a business proposal ¬for a bracelet that would capture the sign language gestures of deaf people and translate them into audible language. Their innovative idea won first prize at the regional competition, and they advanced to the National Competition in December 2014, where they placed second overall. She called her participation in the program “an extraordinary experience.”
Suspicious death of Tunisian aircraft engineer in Tunisia http://www.alaturkaonline.com/ Tunisian people gather in in front of governor's building to protest suspicious death of Tunisian aircraft engineer Muhammed ez-Zevvari, in Sfax, Tunisia on December 22, 2016. Head of Union of Engineer of Tunisia (00:02:38) speaks to journalist after demonstration.
The Pennsylvania State University (PSU), in partnership with the non-profit organization Tunisian-American Young Professionals and premiere science and engineering universities in Tunisia (led by the Ecole Polytechnique de Tunis) and Morocco (led by Cadi Ayyad University of Marrakech) propose to establish a multi-tiered program focusing on the promotion of innovation and entrepreneurship in engineering research and education in both Tunisia and Morocco.
After its founding at the end of the ninth century B.C., this city soon grew into one of greatest civilizations of the Ancient World - a remarkable city-state that dominated the Mediterranean for over 600 years. Over that span of time, Carthaginian engineers harnessed their extensive resources and manpower to develop some of the ancient world's most groundbreaking technology. Like the Egyptian and Greek masters before them, they built colossal structures able to withstand the ravages of time and man. Carthage was protected by a massive harbor that held hundreds of war ships - which formed the core of antiquity's most formidable navy. And to protect the capital, an intricate series of defensive walls were erected that stretched for more than 23 miles, and housed a standing army of more tha...
Code Name : Thief Hunter By : Fahmi Ghediri - Souhail Degachi - Fahd Youssef is a project designed and implemented by three tunisian students in computer Science engineering ( ENSI Tunisia ). It's mainly an anti-theft solution for laptops by geolocating thieves, but includes also the possibilities to secure personal data and collect as much informations as possible from the stolen machine. The idea was proposed for the first time in Tunisia by Fahmi Ghediri This program still needs improvments suggestions are welcome, just send an email to email@example.com Greets !! :-)
The only English-speaking Engineering School in Tunisia offering: Engineering Diploma with integrated Pre Engineering Program - Software Engineering - Computer Engineering - Telecommunications Engineering - Renewable Energies Engineering (The only in Tunisia) Master of Systems & Software Engineering : - Data Analytics & Business Intelligence - Mobile Software Engineering - Financial Systems Engineering More Info : www.smu.tn
Israel Ticas is El Salvador's only forensic archeologist. In one of the world's most dangerous countries, his job is to unearth the hundreds of missing people murdered and buried by the rival gangs MS-13 and 18 Street, as their street war rages. Without him the murdered would go uncounted. The gangs may have declared a truce in 2012, but as we discover on the job with Israel, the murder rate has increased and El Salvador's missing remain without justice. Subscribe to Journeyman here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures For more information, visit https://www.journeyman.tv/film/6012, where you can find a downloadable version of this doc. Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Journeym...