On September 27th  2017,  INSA Strasbourg had the pleasure welcoming a delegation from Ain Shams University located in Cairo, Egypt.

The delegation of Egypt was composed of 4 members:

Prof. Dr. Abdel Nasser B. Singab, vice president, Dr. Ghada Farouk Hassan, architect and urban designer, faculty of engineering, Dr. Ayant Ismail, assistant professor of urban planning and design, Ms. Marwa Abdellatif, programme coordinator for the Master of Sciences of Integrated Urbanism and Sustainable Design (IUSD).

The meeting at INSA Strasbourg was devoted to a discussion about the setting up of a double degree programme between INSA Strasbourg and Ain Shams University in the field of urban planning.

The following staff members of INSA Strasbourg took part in the bilateral talks : Prof. Dr. Marc Renner, director of INSA Strasbourg, Prof. Dr. Florence Rudolf, deputy director of the AMUP research laboratory, Mr. Louis Piccon, architect and head of the architecture department, Dr. Alexis Meyer, architect, philosopher and associate professor, Ms Angelika Hammann, head of the International Office.

Prof. Dr. Marc Renner and Prof. Dr. Abdel Nasser B. Singab signed a Memorandum of Understanding as a starting point for the preparation of a double degree agreement between both institutions.  

The encounter which was initiated by Prof. Dr. Florence Rudolf,  signaled a promising future for the cooperation activities between Ain Shams University and INSA Strasbourg.

From left to right behind the two signatories : Dr. Ghada Farouk Hassan, Dr. Alexis Meier, Prof. Dr. Florence Rudolf, Mr. Louis Piccon, Ms. Marwa Abdellatif, Dr. Ayant Ismail, Ms. Angelika Hammann.

From left to right : Dr. Ghada Farouk Hassan, Prof. Dr. Abdel Nasser B. Singab, Prof. Dr. Florence Rudolf


crédit photo : Martine Herpe and Angelika Hammann




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