TKH School of Computing, organized on November 7-8 the First Annual Intelligent and Secure Computing Conference (ISCC’21). The goal of the conference that was held in the New Administrative Capital of Egypt is to be a premier venue for students, researchers, and practitioners to share new ideas and develop experiences in various computing fields in-line with Egypt 2030 vision.

During the conference, top notch guest speakers from the industry gave our students hands-on workshops and sessions on Full-Stack software development including both Back-End and Front-End web development. In addition, keynote speakers highlighted the importance of security and risk assessment in developing secured applications. ISCC’21 hosted as well talks about entrepreneurship and start-ups establishment, business intelligence and data analytics, along with a talk that tackled smart cities.

At the end of the event, The Knowledge Hackathon was launched and students were invited to think about a process/problem pertaining to smart cities that they would like to automate in the New Administrative Capital of Egypt. Participants were divided into teams and given two days to identify a problem and design its solution. The Knowledge Hackathon ended with student presentations in front of a jury committee. The first, second, and third winners were selected and awarded certificates.

Finally, Students who fully attended the 2-day event and participated in The Knowledge Hackathon received their Certificates of Participation.

We are very proud of our first version of the Annual Intelligent and Secure Computing Conference (ISCC’21) and are looking forward to discussing new topics and challenges and seeing you all next year !