• Lebanese American University, School of Engineering - Embark, Explore, Discover...

    LAU is an American-style institution of higher learning operating in Lebanon and serving the entire Middle East. The School of Engineering at LAU is a student-centred college, graduating over 300 engineers a year in 5 different engineering disciplines. Graduates have a solid background in basic sciences, lots of hands-on experience and a set of professional skills that makes them well equipped to become the leaders of tomorrow. LAU graduates are in great demand in the job market. LAU School of Engineering provides an ideal educational environment by meshing a liberal art college atmosphere with the academic rigor of a research university. http://soe.lau.edu.lb/

    published: 13 Jun 2014
  • IEEE WIE Lebanon Women In Engineering Video

    I change the world I am an Engineer Empowering women to pursue careers in STEM

    published: 01 Oct 2015
  • The Faculty of Engineering and Architecture

    The Faculty of Engineering and Architecture (FEA) at the American University of Beirut is a leading professional school in the Middle East. The FEA offers educational programs, at the bachelors, masters and PhD levels, of the highest standards, promotes research and creative scholarly activities of its faculty and students, and provides services to the community at large, while addressing the needs of Lebanon and the region. The FEA undergoes continuous improvement to maintain a challenging and intellectually stimulating environment, and prepares its students to be life-long learners, innovators, and professionals capable of being leaders in their chosen careers, committed to personal integrity and civic responsibility. See A Brief History of FEA at http://webfea.fea.aub.edu.lb/fea/about...

    published: 25 Nov 2009
  • compilation of engineering in lebanon

    in ashrafieh

    published: 27 Jan 2017
  • Shalhoub's Emco Engineering Lebanon

    Shalhoub's Emco Engineering Lebanon

    published: 05 Mar 2013
  • Engineering The CARTHAGE's Empire History Documentary

    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...

    published: 15 Jan 2015
  • Life at Beirut Arab University

    'Life at Beirut Arab University' is a short movie done by BAU student organizers for the 16th Engineering Day. The movie was shot in 2 days on BAU grounds, Debbeih campus with the participation of some of the students and doctors. Edited by Dana Sobh Huge thanks to all those who made it possible! :)

    published: 06 May 2014
  • UNIFIL donates vehicles, engineering and IT equipment to LAF and LAF Intel

    The United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) today donated a number of UN-owned vehicles and other assets worth US$ 658,000 to the Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF) and the LAF Intelligence at a ceremony held at the UN Mission’s headquarters in south Lebanon. UNIFIL Head of Mission and Force Commander Major General Michael Beary, UNIFIL Director of Mission Support Wolfgang Weiszegger, Lebanese Government Coordinator to UNIFIL and LAF Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations Brigadier General Mohammed Janbay and LAF Intelligence Chief (Southern region) Brigadier General Khodor Hammoud signed the respective handover documents. Today’s donation, which is the largest one-time UNIFIL contribution to LAF so far, took place under the framework of the Strategic Dialogue, the mechanism by which UNI...

    published: 16 Feb 2017
  • Impossible Ancient Engineering The Megalithic Stones of Baalbek

    Discoveries made in the colossal ruins at Baalbek, Lebanon, and the possibility they are evidence of a past supercivilization or, at least, technically advanced civilization of “prehistory.” The oldest part of the ruins at Baalbek fit absolutely no known culture, and were originally employed for some mysterious purpose. To further increase their mysterious origin and original use, these megaliths are not “foundation stones” as they are always declared. They represent the top course of stones of the original edifice, whatever that may have been. Whatever its purpose, it was essential that the greatest stones had to be on top, not on the bottom. The whole edifice is inverted in concept, fact and layout. Below them at least 3 tiers of stones can be found, much smaller though still monument...

    published: 23 Feb 2017
  • Dynamic compaction civil engineering lebanon

    Dynamic compaction

    published: 22 Aug 2015
  • Construction of new saray Nabatieh - Lebanon (Phase 1) by YAMEN

    This is an introductory video for the construction of new saray Nabatieh - Phase 1. Yamen is a leading contracting company with over 20 years of gained experience in diverse construction fields. The establishment is classified as a class “A” contractor that works for the public and private sectors, with various fields of expertise such as construction of schools, sports stadiums and courts, community centers, educational complexes, medical centers, residential complexes, shelters, slaughterhouses, theater stages, kindergartens, site demolition and disposal, renovation and rehabilitation, etc. About Yamen: Yamen is a leading ISO certified engineering and contracting company based in Lebanon. It was founded by its owner and current director Eng. Mohamad El Irani in 1994. Yamen possesses ...

    published: 16 Dec 2016
  • Engineer discusses rebuilding Lebanon's destroyed infrastructure

    Southern suburb of Beirut 1. Wide of destroyed buildings and streets, mountains of debris 2. Wide of destroyed buildings and destruction on the ground 3. Mid shot of debris and wreckage 4. Wide of two men stood in area covered in wreckage 5. Empty street covered in debris 6. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Samir Doumit, Head of Lebanese Engineers Union: "Six to seven thousand apartments, the cost goes beyond 1.5 (b) billion US dollars or 1.25 (b) billion US dollars. As for the huge buildings, the cost even reaches 1.5 (b) billion US dollars. This is in the construction sector." 7. Mid shot of destroyed section of highway 8. Shelled section of highway 9. Wide of destroyed raised section of highway 10. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Samir Doumit, Head of Lebanese Engineers Union: "The cost of reco...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Robotic engineering prodigies in Lebanon bring hope for Syria

    Subscribe to our channel : https://goo.gl/Rlkktk A 100 young Syrian refugees participated in Robogee competition in Lebanon showcasing their abilities in robotics engineering and bringing hope for Syria's future. Reporter: Maya al-Hashem Translation: Halla Barakat

    published: 13 Mar 2017
  • OD5ZZ - Lebanon CQ DX On 10 Meters!

    Making a amateur radio contact into Lebanon from the UK.

    published: 15 Sep 2012
  • Girls Got IT Beirut Mount Lebanon March 2016

    On the 12th of March 2016, five women associations - Lebanese League for Women in Business (LLWB), Arab Women in Computing Lebanon Chapter (ArabWIC Lebanon), IEEE Women in Engineering Affinity Group – Lebanon Section, Women in IT (WIT), and Digital opportunity Trust - organized together the “Girls Got IT” event, brought around 400 students girls from public and private schools (10th and 11th grades) for a full day activity that happened at the Dbayeh Convention Center.

    published: 25 Aug 2016
  • Autonomous Sumo Robot Competition - NDU, Lebanon

    Autonomous Sumo Robot Competition. Final Project of the MEN 401 Introduction to Mechatronics course in the Mechanical Engineering program at Notre Dame University-Louaize, Lebanon

    published: 03 May 2017
Lebanese American University, School of Engineering - Embark, Explore, Discover...

Lebanese American University, School of Engineering - Embark, Explore, Discover...

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LAU is an American-style institution of higher learning operating in Lebanon and serving the entire Middle East. The School of Engineering at LAU is a student-centred college, graduating over 300 engineers a year in 5 different engineering disciplines. Graduates have a solid background in basic sciences, lots of hands-on experience and a set of professional skills that makes them well equipped to become the leaders of tomorrow. LAU graduates are in great demand in the job market. LAU School of Engineering provides an ideal educational environment by meshing a liberal art college atmosphere with the academic rigor of a research university. http://soe.lau.edu.lb/
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IEEE WIE Lebanon Women In Engineering Video

IEEE WIE Lebanon Women In Engineering Video

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  • Updated: 01 Oct 2015
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I change the world I am an Engineer Empowering women to pursue careers in STEM
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The Faculty of Engineering and Architecture

The Faculty of Engineering and Architecture

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  • Updated: 25 Nov 2009
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The Faculty of Engineering and Architecture (FEA) at the American University of Beirut is a leading professional school in the Middle East. The FEA offers educational programs, at the bachelors, masters and PhD levels, of the highest standards, promotes research and creative scholarly activities of its faculty and students, and provides services to the community at large, while addressing the needs of Lebanon and the region. The FEA undergoes continuous improvement to maintain a challenging and intellectually stimulating environment, and prepares its students to be life-long learners, innovators, and professionals capable of being leaders in their chosen careers, committed to personal integrity and civic responsibility. See A Brief History of FEA at http://webfea.fea.aub.edu.lb/fea/about/history.aspx Check other videos of FEA by clicking on the playlist: The Faculty of Engineering and Architecture.
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compilation of engineering in lebanon

compilation of engineering in lebanon

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  • Updated: 27 Jan 2017
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in ashrafieh
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Shalhoub's Emco Engineering Lebanon

Shalhoub's Emco Engineering Lebanon

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  • Updated: 05 Mar 2013
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Shalhoub's Emco Engineering Lebanon
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Engineering The CARTHAGE's Empire History Documentary

Engineering The CARTHAGE's Empire History Documentary

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  • Updated: 15 Jan 2015
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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'), implying it was a 'new Tyre'. The first civilization that developed within the city's sphere of influence is referred to as Punic (a form of the word "Phoenician") or Carthaginian. The city of Carthage is located on the eastern side of Lake Tunis across from the centre of Tunis. According to Greek historians, Carthage was founded by Canaanite-speaking Phoenician colonists from Tyre (in modern Lebanon) under the leadership of Queen Elissa or Dido. It became a large and rich city and thus a major power in the Mediterranean. The resulting rivalry with Syracuse, Numidia, and Rome was accompanied by several wars with respective invasions of each other's homeland. Hannibal's invasion of Italy in the Second Punic War culminated in the Carthaginian victory at Cannae and led to a serious threat to the continuation of Roman rule over Italy; however, the Romans gained the upper hand by invading Africa and defeating Carthage at the Battle of Zama in 202 BC. Following the Third Punic War, the city was destroyed by the Romans in 146 BC. However, the Romans refounded Carthage, which became the empire's fourth most important city and the second most important city in the Latin West. It later became the capital of the short-lived Vandal kingdom. It remained one of the most important Roman cities until the Muslim conquest, when it was destroyed a second time in 698. The ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle wrote extensively on Carthaginian politics, and he considered the city to have one of the best governing institutions in the world, along with those of the Greek states of Sparta and Crete
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Life at Beirut Arab University

Life at Beirut Arab University

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  • Updated: 06 May 2014
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'Life at Beirut Arab University' is a short movie done by BAU student organizers for the 16th Engineering Day. The movie was shot in 2 days on BAU grounds, Debbeih campus with the participation of some of the students and doctors. Edited by Dana Sobh Huge thanks to all those who made it possible! :)
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UNIFIL donates vehicles, engineering and IT equipment to LAF and LAF Intel

UNIFIL donates vehicles, engineering and IT equipment to LAF and LAF Intel

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  • Updated: 16 Feb 2017
  • views: 560
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The United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) today donated a number of UN-owned vehicles and other assets worth US$ 658,000 to the Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF) and the LAF Intelligence at a ceremony held at the UN Mission’s headquarters in south Lebanon. UNIFIL Head of Mission and Force Commander Major General Michael Beary, UNIFIL Director of Mission Support Wolfgang Weiszegger, Lebanese Government Coordinator to UNIFIL and LAF Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations Brigadier General Mohammed Janbay and LAF Intelligence Chief (Southern region) Brigadier General Khodor Hammoud signed the respective handover documents. Today’s donation, which is the largest one-time UNIFIL contribution to LAF so far, took place under the framework of the Strategic Dialogue, the mechanism by which UNIFIL seeks donor support to ensure LAF capability development in south Lebanon. “Donations such as this are a clear and important demonstration of how UNIFIL is striving to increase the capacity of both the LAF and LAF Intel here in south Lebanon,” said Major General Beary. “I sincerely hope that this equipment will facilitate an increase in the number of joint operations that both UNIFIL and the LAF already take part in, as we strive together as partners and friends, to maintain the cessation of hostilities and provide an environment that will allow the civilian population of south Lebanon to continue to live a normal life.” Today’s handover ceremony was also attended by UNIFIL Deputy Force Commander Brigadier General Sandeep Singh Bajaj, LAF Deputy Chief of Staff for Planning Brigadier General Claude Al Hayek and LAF South Litany Sector Commander Brigadier General Khalil Al Gemayel, and other senior LAF and UNIFIL officials. Among the vehicles and equipment donated to the LAF and the LAF Intelligence today included 62 vehicles, 18 engineering assets and 757 information technology assets. The support is in line with the UN Security Council resolutions 1701 (2006) and 2305 (2016), which urged international support for the LAF for its capabilities development. Since the beginning of the Strategic Dialogue process in 2010, UNIFIL has donated various resources to LAF including vehicles, prefabricated buildings, generators, sea containers and computer equipment worth more than US$ 2.5 million. This is in addition to the assistance provided by UNIFIL’s Troop Contributing Countries (TCCs) on a bilateral basis.
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Impossible Ancient Engineering The Megalithic Stones of Baalbek

Impossible Ancient Engineering The Megalithic Stones of Baalbek

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  • Updated: 23 Feb 2017
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Discoveries made in the colossal ruins at Baalbek, Lebanon, and the possibility they are evidence of a past supercivilization or, at least, technically advanced civilization of “prehistory.” The oldest part of the ruins at Baalbek fit absolutely no known culture, and were originally employed for some mysterious purpose. To further increase their mysterious origin and original use, these megaliths are not “foundation stones” as they are always declared. They represent the top course of stones of the original edifice, whatever that may have been. Whatever its purpose, it was essential that the greatest stones had to be on top, not on the bottom. The whole edifice is inverted in concept, fact and layout. Below them at least 3 tiers of stones can be found, much smaller though still monumental in size.
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Dynamic compaction civil engineering lebanon

Dynamic compaction civil engineering lebanon

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Construction of new saray Nabatieh - Lebanon (Phase 1) by YAMEN

Construction of new saray Nabatieh - Lebanon (Phase 1) by YAMEN

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  • Updated: 16 Dec 2016
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This is an introductory video for the construction of new saray Nabatieh - Phase 1. Yamen is a leading contracting company with over 20 years of gained experience in diverse construction fields. The establishment is classified as a class “A” contractor that works for the public and private sectors, with various fields of expertise such as construction of schools, sports stadiums and courts, community centers, educational complexes, medical centers, residential complexes, shelters, slaughterhouses, theater stages, kindergartens, site demolition and disposal, renovation and rehabilitation, etc. About Yamen: Yamen is a leading ISO certified engineering and contracting company based in Lebanon. It was founded by its owner and current director Eng. Mohamad El Irani in 1994. Yamen possesses over 20 years of gained experience in diverse construction fields and is classified by the Lebanese governing authorities as a class “A” contractor. Its operations are directed from its headquarters in the capital Beirut and other branches located in the cities Saida, Nabatieh, and Erbil – Iraq. As for the commercial field, Yamen has gained a proven reputation for manufacturing and selling various construction products of ultimate quality. Visit Yamen's website www.yamenest.com for more information.
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Engineer discusses rebuilding Lebanon's destroyed infrastructure

Engineer discusses rebuilding Lebanon's destroyed infrastructure

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  • Updated: 21 Jul 2015
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Southern suburb of Beirut 1. Wide of destroyed buildings and streets, mountains of debris 2. Wide of destroyed buildings and destruction on the ground 3. Mid shot of debris and wreckage 4. Wide of two men stood in area covered in wreckage 5. Empty street covered in debris 6. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Samir Doumit, Head of Lebanese Engineers Union: "Six to seven thousand apartments, the cost goes beyond 1.5 (b) billion US dollars or 1.25 (b) billion US dollars. As for the huge buildings, the cost even reaches 1.5 (b) billion US dollars. This is in the construction sector." 7. Mid shot of destroyed section of highway 8. Shelled section of highway 9. Wide of destroyed raised section of highway 10. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Samir Doumit, Head of Lebanese Engineers Union: "The cost of reconstruction rises to three to four (b) billion US dollars. So it is not easy to be ready to this." 11. Wide of destroyed raised section of highway 12. Wide of destroyed highway 13. Mid shot of destroyed highway 14 .SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Samir Doumit, Head of Lebanese Engineers Union: "If we do a survey on the damage, there are more than 100 thousand civilians who won't be able to return home because their houses have been destroyed." 15. Various desolate bombed out city landscapes STORYLINE: The once vibrant southern suburbs of the Lebanese capital Beirut now stand in ruins following close to a month of heavy pounding from Israeli air strikes. Thousands of homes in these Shiite dominated neighbourhoods have been destroyed along with more than 70 bridges, dozens of roads, gas fuel stations and depots, warehouses, factories, schools, telecommunication centres, civil defences and hospitals. Given the suburbs' status as a Hezbollah stronghold, the results for Beirut have been devastating. Samir Doumit, a leading engineer, estimates the cost of rebuilding destroyed residential property alone to be close to 1.5 (b) billion US dollars. The estimate rises when consideration is given to repairing the flattened infrastructures of city life. Ports of entry into the city have been reduced to rubble. Beirut's International Airport has been bombed. Last week a further four key bridges linking Beirut to the north were destroyed as Israeli forces continue to tighten its siege on Hezbollah and its supporters. Doumit, asked to forecast the overall cost of rebuilding affected areas of Beirut, estimates a four billion (b) US dollar reconstruction project. The city - referred in better times as the Paris of the East - will take years to rebuild just when Lebanon had been preparing for a bumper tourist season. Earlier this year, the country's tourism ministry predicted more than 1.6 (m) million visitors over the summer period alone. The reality is an unsteady stream instead of emergency relief and aid workers who struggle to reach Beirut at all. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c8e2d87e725d5fee45c35086ba6624f5 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Robotic engineering prodigies in Lebanon bring hope for Syria

Robotic engineering prodigies in Lebanon bring hope for Syria

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Subscribe to our channel : https://goo.gl/Rlkktk A 100 young Syrian refugees participated in Robogee competition in Lebanon showcasing their abilities in robotics engineering and bringing hope for Syria's future. Reporter: Maya al-Hashem Translation: Halla Barakat
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OD5ZZ - Lebanon CQ DX On 10 Meters!

OD5ZZ - Lebanon CQ DX On 10 Meters!

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  • Updated: 15 Sep 2012
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Making a amateur radio contact into Lebanon from the UK.
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Girls Got IT Beirut Mount Lebanon March 2016

Girls Got IT Beirut Mount Lebanon March 2016

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  • Updated: 25 Aug 2016
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On the 12th of March 2016, five women associations - Lebanese League for Women in Business (LLWB), Arab Women in Computing Lebanon Chapter (ArabWIC Lebanon), IEEE Women in Engineering Affinity Group – Lebanon Section, Women in IT (WIT), and Digital opportunity Trust - organized together the “Girls Got IT” event, brought around 400 students girls from public and private schools (10th and 11th grades) for a full day activity that happened at the Dbayeh Convention Center.
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Autonomous Sumo Robot Competition - NDU, Lebanon

Autonomous Sumo Robot Competition - NDU, Lebanon

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  • Updated: 03 May 2017
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Autonomous Sumo Robot Competition. Final Project of the MEN 401 Introduction to Mechatronics course in the Mechanical Engineering program at Notre Dame University-Louaize, Lebanon
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