With an atmosphere of excellence and innovation, the child Mohammed Al-Jayousi, who is 10 years old from Tulkarem City, ranked the youngest winner award, and memorized 261 numbers in the “super Pi Palestine” competition.
Al-Quds University honored the winners of the "Super Pi Palestine" competition in its sixth round at a ceremony held in the Main Theater “The Arabic Poetry” on the campus of Abu Dis. In the presence of President of the University Dr. Imad Abu Kishik, Prof. Dr. Hasan Dweik, vice president for science and society, Dr. Nebal Khaleel, Dean of Scientific Research, and a group of interested university students, professors and families of participants.
Sana Sawafta, student from Tubas City, was able to memorize 3000 numbers ranked the first place, while Dina Amouri, from Jerusalem, ranked the second place and was able to memorize 1650 numbers, and the third place was for Yazan Odeh from Nablus, who was able to memorize the 960 numbers.
In addition, Dr. Imad Abu Kishik honored Kreesa Secondary School in Dora City which participated with 7 students.
Dr. Abu Kishik expressed his proudest and gratitude for the role of Mathematics Museum in the adoption and developing of scientific talents , stressing the leading role of Al-Quds University in the refinement and embrace the Palestinian talent.
Besides, Dr. Abu Kishik pointed out that the Museum of Mathematics at Al-Quds University is the first in the Arab world and one of the rarest museums in the world.
It’s important to mention that this is the first competition of its kind in the Palestinian universities; which aims to stimulate and expand the horizons of thought and creativity among school students from all Palestine.