We are feeling very honored as QZenobia to be accepted for presentation at the 29th European Conference on Operational Research – EURO 2018 Valencia where Nobel Prize winner John Nash has previously participated.
QZenobia have been selected for “Collective Global Accelerator London” qualifying in “Top 11” among 4600 technology driven social startups around the world. We are honored and proud be part of CGA. More Information about London Accelerator: http://www.collectiveglobalaccelerator.com/
The number of children who die during migration is much higher than what we know. Obtaining better data could help to reduce such tragedies in the future, as well as help families to identify their loved ones: https://t.co/H6txW3cZaI #MissingMigrants https://t.co/juPCsAVKkD
QZenobia made it to MIT Enterprise Forum, Innovate For Refugees program from 2000 startups qualifying in “Top 20”
With great pleasure, We announce that the book has been published! As a result of the book, the business plan that founder, Berat Kjamili wrote with Prof. Gerhard-Wilhelm Weber led to birth of QZenobia. B. Kjamili and G.-W. Weber, The Role of LiBerated Social Entrepreneur in Developing Countries: A mid-way in Societal Complexity, Data Mining […]
We are pleased to announce that QZenobia have been selected as semi-finalist to attend MIT Enterprise Forum Innovate For Refugees program in Amman, Jordan.
Congratulations to our Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA) Turkey winner Berat Kjamili! His company QZenobia aims to show a positive correlation between Refugees and Development with Big Data Analytics. We will be representing EO GSEA Turkey in Toronto, Canada.
You are all welcome to “Melih Olça presents MARCO: Immigrante” exhibition. The artist points out refugee children affected from the refugee crisis around the world with the support of QZenobia and curator Melda Akalın. OPENING CEREMONY 11 December, 18:00 METU LIBRARY ART GALLERY