Manar Alhuda Al Furaijie

Programmer & Technical Assistant
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Greetings! I'm Manar, a dedicated Computer Engineering student with a fervor for exploring the intersections of technology and creativity. Currently, I am deeply involved in the vibrant community of Science Camp, where I contribute as part of the Iraqi Maker Space.

My academic journey in Computer Engineering has fueled my passion for Digital Systems and Integrated Circuit (IC) Design. I find joy in deciphering the intricacies of digital logic and turning concepts into tangible innovations. My enthusiasm extends to the fascinating realm of Robotics and Algorithms, where I've actively participated in the Educational Robot project at Science Camp.

Beyond academics, I'm committed to pushing the boundaries of my knowledge and skills. The collaborative environment of Science Camp has allowed me to thrive, providing me with invaluable hands-on experience and exposure to cutting-edge technologies.


The gray area between programmers and non-programmers (gamification in education using Visual programming for robots making)

Nawres Arif, Hasanain Fadhil, Ayat Alderi, Manar Alhuda Al Furaijie

We are finding the "grey area" between programmers and non-programmers. Through visual programming (where the pain of learning the syntax of coding is eliminated) we help program a robot that kids assemble by themselves in gamification in the education approach.
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