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King Abdul-Aziz & his Companions Foundation for Giftedness and Creativity

King Abdul-Aziz & His Companions Foundation for Giftedness and Creativity, "MAWHIBA”, is a national educational foundation in Saudi Arabia established to help cultivate a comprehensive environment of creativity. The organization seeks to build a sustainable future by encouraging youth around the world to search for innovative means toward developing concepts in relevant fields of study. To support this goal, MAWHIBA will award prizes in four distinct categories of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) that include machine learning in real-world chemistry applications, machine learning in real-world chemistry and environmental applications, robotics and cybersecurity. A total of fourteen awards will be given to students who excel in the evaluation criteria.
Why We Participate: 
We participate to encourage youth to search for creative means in developing real-world applications using today’s technologies.
Current Awards Offered: 
$21000 Scholarship for Machine Learning in Real-World Chemistry or Environmental Applications
$21000 Scholarship for Machine Learning in Real-World Bio-engineering Applications
$21000 Scholarship for Practical Robotics Innovation
$21000 Scholarship for Intelligent-Based Solutions in Cyber-security
Award of $1500 in Machine Learning in Real-World Bio-engineering Applications
Award of $1500 in Practical Robotics Innovation
Award of $1500 in Intelligent-Based Solutions in Cyber-security
Award of $1500 in Machine Learning in Real-World Chemistry or Environmental Applications
Previous Award Winners
$21000 Scholarship for Intelligent-Based Solutions in Cyber-security
Divya Amirtharaj
$21000 Scholarship for Practical Robotics Innovation
Lillian Kay Petersen and Garyk Jandl Brixi
$21000 Scholarship for Machine Learning in Real-World Bio-engineering Applications
Shreshth Srivastava and Pranav Senthilvel
Award of $1500 in Intelligent-Based Solutions in Cyber-security
Alison Wenqing Xin
Award of $1500 in Machine Learning in Real-World Chemistry or Environmental Applications
Arnav Jain
Award of $1500 in Machine Learning in Real-World Bio-engineering Applications
Aziz Hanafi
Award of $1500 in Machine Learning in Real-World Chemistry or Environmental Applications
Bradley Jiping Xu
Award of $1500 in Machine Learning in Real-World Bio-engineering Applications
Bruna Da Silva Cruz
Award of $1500 in Practical Robotics Innovation
Caroline J. Spindel
Award of $1500 in Practical Robotics Innovation
Chang Su
Award of $1500 in Machine Learning in Real-World Chemistry or Environmental Applications
Krithik Ramesh
Award of $1500 in Intelligent-Based Solutions in Cyber-security
Maria Geogdzhayeva
Award of $1500 in Machine Learning in Real-World Bio-engineering Applications
Zvezdin Borisov Besarabov

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