Aimoldir Aldabergen, PhD student at Suleyman Demirel University Faculty of Engineering and Natural sciences, won the second prize in the competition for young scientists, dedicated to youth research and innovation projects.
The competition was organized by the Department of Youth Policy of Almaty Region that supports the initiatives of the youth to increase potential in science. More than thirty other projects were presented by young scientists in the competition.
Aimoldir Aldabergen’s project aims to promote the work of inclusive education sector. The idea is about the AI-based animation generator algorithm for children with dyslexia. It came to mind when she just started her doctorate studies. It’s worth noting that the introduction of such an important and necessary project in the Kazakhstani education system will significantly reduce the burden of technological innovation in this area.