Visit of the delegation of the South Korean University of Sungkyunkwan to the Karshi branch of the Tashkent University of Information Technologies named after Muhammad al-Khwarizmi
On the basis of the Memorandum signed by the National Agency for the Information Society of South Korea (NIA) and the Tashkent University of Information Technology named after Muhammad al-Khwarizmi, a delegation of volunteers from Sungkyunkwan University visited the Karshi branch of TUIT named after Muhammad al-Khwarizmi. Training courses on the topic "Software in ICT" were organized and conducted by volunteers for students of the Karshi branch of TUT them. Muhammad al-Khwarizmi. These training sessions continued from July 1 to 20. And here, practical classes were held to create mobile applications for tourists, the Java programming language, the Android operating system, the creation of robotic devices using Arduino (a device with its own processor and memory in the form of a smaller plateau).
Students and teachers who took an active part in the training courses were awarded special certificates from the leadership of Sungkyunkwan University. At the end of the event, both universities signed a mutual agreement on the exchange of experience and cooperation. “Of course, my students and I are very happy to visit the Karshi branch of TUIT. We shared our knowledge and experience in training courses, and also increased our scientific potential. We are pleased to teach students of the Karshi branch of TUIT programming, namely in robotics. It was also very impressive for us that the Uzbek people were hospitable. We liked the Uzbek dishes. Special thanks for the hospitality. In the future, we intend to cooperate with the Karshi branch of TUIT, ”said Professor Hwang Dae Joon from Sungkyunkwan University in his speech. It is worth noting that Sungkyunkwan is the oldest university in South Korea, and this university was founded in 1398. Sungkyunkvan University is one of the best international universities. The university covers such areas as “Art and the humanities”, “Engineering and technology”, “Medicine”, “Natural sciences”, “Social sciences and management”, “Physics” and “Chemistry”.