Moroccan scientist and researcher, Kamal Daissoui, has been awarded the Knight of the Order Prize for Progress in Science in Romania.
“It is a great honor for Morocco and a pride for me,” he said.
Speaking about the award, Daissaoui said that the prize was awarded to him as part of the European Exhibition of Creativity and Innovation (Euroinvent) held from May 16-18 at Palace of Culture Iasi.
Daissaoui told Maghreb Arab Press (MAP) that the award comes as a recognition of “his actions in favor of scientific research and innovation.”
Daissaoui is a graduate and doctor of Computer Science at the University of Nice, Sophia Antipolis, in France.
The doctor started his career as a research professor at the prestigious French university in 1987 ahead of joining the Hassania School of Engineering in Casablanca in 1983.
According to Euroinvent, the symposium honors innovation in an international context to promote creativity.
“The last edition showed over 400 inventions and projects, being the largest in Eastern Europe.”
During the event, researchers, leading inventors, and engineers showcased their current projects in all fields of research.