SOUK-AHRAS and BLIDA, ALGERIA – Singularity Computing, a cloud-based multi-physics and multi-scale engineering simulation software company, captured first prize at the national finals of the Entrepreneurship World Cup competition held recently in Algeria.
With the win, Mohamed Labadi, founder of Singularity Computing, advances to the next round of the global competition against national winners from 184 countries.
“Our solution breaks the barriers of traditional computational science and engineering, using novel advanced mathematical and computational models,” said Labadi. “Our algorithms solve advanced physics and engineering problems and predict physical events and behaviors while addressing the most difficult aspects of computation, modeling, simulation, visualization, manufacturing and scientific discovery.”
Throughout the next several weeks, Labadi will participate in an acceleration program which features virtual training and one-to-one mentoring with international mentors to prepare for the EWC Global Final, which will be held in Riyadh on November 12-14, 2019.
Singularity Computing puts multi-physics, multi-scale, and multi-domain scientific and engineering simulation and high-performance computing in ONE cloud-based platform, enabling companies and researchers to save both money and time when they develop complex products and engineered systems or study and analyze multi-physics events and behaviors.
Other finalists at EWC Algeria included:
- Skygate Genisys, a multiplatform application runtime and multi-architecture support of the tech systems and high security
- PropreTech, a robust and affordable solution to optimize urbancleanliness and ensure a healthier living environment for citizens. It is based on the Internet of Things (IoT), Automatic Learning and Optimization.
- Eurl Nod Tech, a driver safety system to help you know when fatigue or distraction is affecting your ability to safely operate your vehicle in real time.
Judges for the competition were:
- Fatiha Rachedi, Managing Director of GEN Algeria
- Jasmine Boukhatem, Program Manager of GEN Algeria
- Walid Souames, Serial Entrepreneur, 4skills
- Nacima Arhab, Doctor & Entrepreneur, ISGP
More than 102,000 contestants from 184 countries entered the Entrepreneurship World Cup. The initiative combines a broad-reaching pitch competition, aimed at ventures ranging from idea stage to growth stage, with a virtual accelerator program to help all participants launch, strengthen and scale their enterprises. Global Finalists will face off against one another at the Misk Global Forum ahead of Global Entrepreneurship Week in November 2019.
EWC is an initiative led by the Global Entrepreneurship Network and Misk Forum with support from a collection of national and global partner, including the Global Educational and Leadership Forum and GSVlabs.Back to top