1st Euro-MedHackathon: Eco-Efficiency in the Agro-Food Chain | Presentations
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1st Euro-MedHackathon: Eco-Efficiency in the Agro-Food Chain | Presentations

The “1st Euro-MedHckathon: Eco-Efficiency in the Agro-Food Chain” took place in Amman (Jordan) from 14th to 15th December 2016. The 2-day event has been organized by MedSpring and hosted by HCST, in collaboration with STRD-II programme, MHESR, and CIHEAM-IAMB.

In this section, you can find some of the presentations that the young innovators gave during the pitching session.

Take a look at the photogallery of the event and thank all for your participation!

Lynda Allouche (University of Ferhat Abbas Setif 1, Algeria)
"Genomic selection for better dairy cattle production under heat stress conditions"
[.pdf - 10,5 MB]

Fouad Menaucer (Laarbi Tbessi University - Tebessa, Algeria)
"We transform poultry waste into an edible, fully recyclable food packaging material"
[.pdf - 477 KB]

Sabina Benabdelkader (Independant, Algeria)
"Ibn El‐Bitar, a natural harmonization"
[.pdf - 3,7 MB]

Mohamed Haytham (Desert Research Center, Egypt)
"Novel ideas to integrate water harvesting and conservation systems"
[.pdf - 2,5 MB]

Ruaa Jabbar (Ministry of science and technology, Iraq)
"Fodder protein from agricultural material"
[.pdf - 1,5 MB]

Abdoul Rjoub (Jordan University of Science & Technology, Jordan)
"Digital Environmental Solutions"
[.pdf - 782 KB]

Husein Kattab (Nitrate Production System, Jordan)
"Making fertilizer from air"
[.pdf - 979 KB]

Tahseen Sayara (Palestine Technical University-Kadoorie, Palestine)
"Improving water productivity through effective implementation of water harvesting and supplemental irrigation"
[.pdf - 824 KB]

Hèla Hassairi (Centre for Water Research and Technologies, CERTE, Tunisia)
"WACOR Solutions"
[.pdf - 858 KB]

Rachid Salghi (National School of Applied Science Ibn Zohr University, Morocco)
"Tools for Food - ToF"
[.pdf - 1,3 MB]

Mohamed Farhaoui (National Office of Electricity and Drinking Water, Morocco)
"Eco-efficiency of water treatment"
[.pdf - 355 KB]

Mohammed Aourach (University Abdelmalek Essaadi, Tangier, Morocco)
"BEP - Biopestide replace Pesticide"
[.pdf - 1,1 MB]

Lahbib Latrach (National Center for Researches and Studies on Water and Energy, Cadi Ayyad University, Morocco)
"WATECH - Purify Your Life"
[.pdf - 2,3 MB]

Sara Ladouy (Mohammed V in Rabat, Morocco)
"Build life"
[.pdf - 1,4 MB]

Füsun Akgül (Mehmet Akif Ersoy University, Turkey)
"Why don’t we use algae although they have so benefits in many areas?"
[.pdf - 794 KB]

Fatih Balcı (Gaziantep University, Turkey)
"Recovering energy and water from wastewater of cereal processing plants"
[.pdf - 205 KB]

Süleyman Aytekin (Aytek Makine İmalat Ar-Ge Mühendislik Hizmetleri, Turkey)
"Water less Land to avoid Waterless Land"
[.pdf - 855 KB]

Serkan Naneci (Middle East Technical University, Turkey)
"Agri-food chain assessment with Life Cycle Approaches"
[.pdf - 6,5 MB]

Mustafa Bayraktar (SBS Bilimsel Bio Çözümler San. ve Tic., Turkey)
"BEE & YOU | From the fascinating Anatolia"
[.pdf - 1,8 MB]


1st Euro-MedHackathon: Eco-Efficiency in the Agro-Food Chain | Presentations

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The Euro-Mediterranean AGORA is a way to engage the civil society in the institutional and policy dialogue on research and innovation with the aim of becoming an integral part of the decision making and governance processes.

The Agora is an important component of the broader MEDSPRING project, supported by the European Union with the aim of strengthening the Euro-Mediterranean dialogue and cooperation on research and innovation.