Arman Manjian, BS in Engineering Sciences ‘24

Elizabeth Lily Manoukian Memorial Scholarship

Arman Manjian is a sophomore majoring in engineering sciences at AUA. Passionate about physics and math, Arman studied mechatronics engineering in Syria. Soon after, he moved to Armenia due to the war in Syria and continued his education at AUA.

“I am very happy to be in Armenia. Everything here feels familiar because this is my home, and I know that everything I do has a direct impact on my country and my community,” says Arman.

Arman believes that the field of engineering has great potential to grow and advance in Armenia. He wants to contribute to it by developing prosthetics for injured veterans. With the help of artificial intelligence, deep learning, and medical research, he aims to create prosthetics, which will help them regain movement, create a sense of touch, and make them feel confident.

“It is a great honor for me to be the recipient of the Elizabeth Lily Manoukian Memorial Scholarship. I have made a promise to myself that I will support another AUA student in the future.”

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