The local Benghazi robotics competition, hosted by the Canadian Academy on February 10, featured the lybotics acse team from the International University. Led by Nasreen Alfarjani and Alaa Ben Jalil, the team took first place in the “Motivate” category for their enthusiasm. They also secured second in the “Think” award for innovative design.
This marked an impressive debut for the International University team. Under the leadership of Nasreen and Alaa, they validated their skills on the international stage, demonstrating strong programming, engineering and collaboration. The awards underscore Libyan students’ robotics abilities when given opportunities in global competitions.