School of Engineering & Technology

Engineering & Technology

Degree and Title:
Bachelor’s degree in Architecture
Bachelor’s degree in Structural Engineering
Bachelor’s degree in Energy Engineering and Renewable Energies
Bachelor’s degree in Mechatronics Engineering
Bachelor’s degree in Electronics Engineering and Electrical Communications
Bachelor’s degree in Computers Engineering and Systems
Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering
Bachelor’s degree in Petrochemicals Engineering

Study Hours/Academic Levels:
180 credit hours/5 academic levels

Meet the Dean

Professor Aref Mohamed Ahmed Soliman

Professor Aref Mohamed Ahmed Soliman is the current Dean of the School of Engineering and Technology at BUC. He got his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering in 1992 from El Minia University through a channel Scheme arrangement between Leeds University in England (UK.) and Minia University in Egypt (1992). Also, his M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering was from the same university in 1988.

Prof. Aref held different academic positions. In 2008, he was the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, South Valley University in Qena. Then, in 2011, he served as the Vice Dean in the Faculty of Engineering at MTI University. In 2016, he served as the Vice-dean of education and student affairs, Banha Faculty of Engineering. He held the position of Dean of the Faculty of Engineering at Banha University in 2018.

Earlier, he was a former teaching staff member and held the position of Head of Automotive & Tractor Engineering Department in the Faculty of Engineering, El Minia University (from 2005-2008).

He is primarily interested in the following areas of research: dynamics and control, vibration and noise and vehicle suspension, and braking systems.

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Meet the Vice Dean

Assoc. Prof. Moatasem Shahin

Assoc. Prof. Moatasem Shahin is the Vice Dean of the School of Engineering. He was honored with a Ph.D. (1981) in Mechanical Engineering from Imperial College of Science & Technology, University of London, UK; and an MSc (1070) in Mechanical Engineering from the High Technical School, Brno, Czechoslovakia; and a BSc (1970) in Mechanical Engineering from the Military Technical College (MTC), Egypt.

He is a former Member of Teaching Staff, MTC, 1970 – 2008. He served as the Vice Commandant of the MTC, for Post Graduate Studies & Research, 1996; assistant of the MTC Commandant for educational Affairs, 1994; Chief of the Mechanical Engineering Branch, 1993; Chief of the Chair of Mechanical Power & Energy, 1992; and the Head of Technical & Education Planning branch, Educational Affairs, 1986. He also was the Head of Mechanical Engineering Department, Modern University, 2008-2017. Dr. Shahin served as a member and head of several technical research teams, Defense and National Levels, and several Committees for Developing Technical & Engineering Education.

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About

The School of Engineering and Technology’s vision is to present excellence and scientific leadership in the various fields of engineering. Therefore, we aim to provide the community with qualified graduates able to develop the country and lead its progress and prosperity, as well as capable of succeeding and competing locally, regionally, and internationally.

In our school, students are inspired and confident; they excel in self-learning, research, creativity, innovation, leadership, and entrepreneurship. Moreover, we are keen on providing quality educational service that satisfies national and international reference standards for quality assurance of education.

Dean’s Word

Dear students of the School of Engineering and Technology-Badr University in Cairo,

As we begin the new academic year, I am pleased to welcome you to this prestigious engineering edifice. The college offers distinguished engineering programs that keep pace with global development and are compatible with the needs of the labor market. This is to serve the community in a way that achieves competitiveness locally, regionally, and internationally, in addition to active contributions to the major national projects that Egypt is currently initiating. Our students are trained by visiting field visits to most of the country’s major projects for information and field training; to increase the acquisition of practical experience and to simulate engineering work on the ground. We make sure to use modern techniques in our school by applying educational technology and teaching styles that depend on understanding and self-learning.

The school is reinforced with a distinct group of highly experienced faculty members who possess the knowledge of engineering and technological sciences which enable them to enable and empower the skills of our dear students.

We have confidence in you: that you are qualified to utilize your abilities and take responsibility. The school supports and invites all students to engage in different student activities in various fields.

Likewise, the school contributes to serving the community and the surrounding environment and pays attention to small industries and entrepreneurs, which has a positive impact on the school, university, and society. Finally, I wish you achieve more success and have more seriousness and stamina to preserve it. The bright future is all yours.

Professor Aref Mohamed Ahmed Soliman

Dean of the School of Engineering and Technology

Strategy

To be a distinguished educational and research institution in engineering sciences, and effectively serve our society

To provide outstanding engineering programs that keep pace with scientific development and society’s needs, and to offer our community great engineers who are qualified for developing the country, contributing to serving the industry, and enriching scientific research.

School of Engineering aims to:

· Prepare specialized graduates in the field of engineering sciences and practical applications in accordance with the specializations of the scientific programs. Therefore, they reach a distinguished academic level and have analytical and innovative capacities that serve the community in the various engineering disciplines while adhering to the standards of conduct and ethics of the engineering profession.

· Carry out research and studies in the fields of engineering specializations.

· Contribute to community service and work to solve its problems.

· Keep abreast of scientific progress in the field of engineering sciences and related applications and activate this in the continuous development of educational programs.

· Form partnerships with distinguished international institutions and universities for academic and professional cooperation.

· To be classified in the regional and international academic classifications

Faculty of Engineering and Technology Council

Prof. Aref Mohamed Ahmed Soliman
Dean of the School of Engineering and Technology (Chairman)
Prof. Mohammad Tharwat Abdel-Rahman
Vice Dean, College of Engineering
Prof. Mostafa Ibrahim Abd-El-Barr
Head of the EE Department
Assoc. Prof. Wafaa Mohamed Kamal Rashwan
Head of Architectural Engineering Department
Assoc. Prof. Dr/ Gamal Mohamed Abdou
Head of Mech. Eng. Dept. & Energy and renewable energies program coordinator
Assoc. Prof. Dalia Bahaa El Din Hamdy
Head of civil engineering department
Assoc. Prof. Mohamed Sayed Abdelwahed
Head of Basic Science Department
Prof. Dr. Ahmed Mossa Abdel Rahman
Professor at Civil Engineering Department
Prof. Mona Mohamed Hosny Merghany
Professor at Architectural Engineering Department
Prof. Dalia Mohammad Elsheikh
Professor at EE Department
Dr. Nashat Hussain Mohammad
Associate Professor at the EE Department
Assoc. Prof. Mohamed Khaled
Associate Professor at Civil Engineering Department
Dr. Sohair Abdelfattah Ghoniem
Manager of faculty assurance
Dr. Mohamed Sobhy Atalla
Lecturer in Basic Science Department

Facilities

School of Engineering premises:

  • The Faculty of Engineering and Technology Complex is composed of 5 floors, centrally air-conditioner, the area of each floor is about 4200 m2. Total area of all floors = 21,000 m2. Student capacity of the engineering building is 5250 students.
    This building includes: –
  • Many Lecture Halls, laboratories, workshops, and classes sufficient for the number of students shown from the calculation of student capacity. Each of classrooms is well equipped with comfort seats, a whiteboard, a data show device, a display screen, a microphone, Wi-Fi, and central air conditioning.
  • All rooms of the faculty administration, faculty members and the teaching assistant staff
  • – 3 elevators are provided with two elevators for students and one for faculty members and teaching assistant staff).
  • – Places for open exhibitions of student projects in the loopy and every floors.
  • The library at Faculty of Engineering and the Campus central library, include large number of up-to-date engineering books and publications set out in a relaxing environment, conducive to studying. There are comfortable seating areas, group study areas, a quiet study area and private study rooms.
  • In addition, there are central halls and stands at the university that can be used when necessary, and they are all equipped for cultural, artistic and sports activities.
  • The university offers a learning management system (LMS) that support communication between students and faculty members. Through LMS, students can submit assignment, solve online quizzes, download all course materials, and for follow up the status of their attendance.
  • The university has different healthcare facilities that are equipped with a variety medical equipment. These healthcare facilities include (general clinics, dental care clinics, and physiotherapy clinic).
  • There is a diverse food court which has groceries, restaurants, and coffee shops that offer all kinds of food, as well as cold and hot drinks. In addition, the university has a central copy center, a bank branch and several of ATM Machines, and flower shop.

Faculty distinguished features

  • All faculty programs are accredited by the Supreme Council of Universities as equivalent to bachelor’s degree in engineering awarded by Badr University -Faculty of Engineering and Technology in the disciplines of Architecture – Structural Engineering – Electronics and Communications Engineering – Computer and Systems Engineering – Mechatronics Engineering – Energy and Renewable Energies Engineering, which is awarded by Egyptian universities subject to the Universities Organizing Law No. 49 of 1972 and its executive regulations in the corresponding disciplines.
  • Badr University is the first Egyptian university to obtain the accreditation of the American International Accreditation Association of Schools and Colleges “AIAAsc”.
  • The geographical location of Badr City as one of the new cities near to the new administrative capital allows a better contact with contracting and engineering companies, as well as partnership with companies and businesses. These partnerships provide practical training opportunities for students and quality job opportunity for graduates of BUC.
  • Distinguished infrastructure such as specialized laboratories equipped with the most up-to-date testing and measurement equipment, computer laboratories, study and research libraries, as well as the availability of Internet service throughout the university.
    – Sufficient and distinguished human resources with a high and diverse experiences, where the ratio of the number of students to the number of faculty members is 24.8:1.
  • Teaching methodology that depends on interaction, critical thinking, research international textbooks with an emphasis on communication skills and the use of English language in teaching.
  • The experiences of faculty members in different fields, for example, most faculty members serve as consultants and members of the Egyptian code and standards committees and scientific research centers, and some of them participated in the development of college programs in Arab countries and some public and private universities within the Arab Republic of Egypt.
  • Partnership of the Faculty with European universities (e-campus in Italy) and American universities (Arizona University).
  • Cooperation protocols for training and scientific research between the faculty programs and local.
  • Engineering institutions (ECG Consulting Engineers Group – The Arab Contractors).
  • A database published on the University’s website that includes the data of faculty members, students’ beneficiaries and faculty research of each program.

Community services

  • The faculty laboratories provide consulting services in the field of construction to contracting companies and individual contractors.
  • The wood and steel workshops at our faculty serve the surrounding community by manufacturing office furniture.
  • The faculty provides support for the activities of the Children’s University.
  • The faculty provides support to the Institute of Professional Development and Continuing Education.
  • The faculty provides advisory services to national projects.

Laboratories & workshops

  1. Structural Engineering Program
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
1 Geotechnical Engineering Lab. 30 students · Fully equipped with apparatus for testing all index, physical, and mechanical properties of soil both in laboratory and field measurements, which serves the geotechnical purposes. ·  Students are trained to use all apparatus carefully and safely to obtain precise results. They are also trained to analyze and discuss these results to help in proper decision making. ·  As part of community services, testing for consultancy purposes is performed in the lab.  
2 Highway Lab. 30 students ·  The Highway Engineering Laboratory is a teaching and research laboratory equipped to conduct standard tests for asphalt pavement design and paving materials for undergraduate teaching as well as advanced research-oriented experiments for assessing the engineering properties and behaviors of new paving materials. ·  the laboratory provides all the technical work and services including laboratory testing, field testing, training, and technical consultation in the areas of The laboratory has the capabilities to conduct a wide range of laboratory and field tests.
 
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
3 Strength of Materials Lab. 30 students ·  The objective of laboratory is to demonstrate the basic principles in the area of strength and mechanics of materials and structural analysis to the undergraduate students through a series of experiments. ·  The laboratory offers teaching and research opportunities for students, faculty, and consultancy purposes. ·  The laboratory area is 148 m2, including several mechanical properties testing machines such as: universal testing machine, multipurpose hardness, impact, fatigue, and torsion testing. In addition, hardened concrete destructive and non-destructive tests.
4 Reinforced Concrete Lab. 30 students · The objective of laboratory is to conduct experimental tests concerning scientific research in the field of reinforced concrete. · This laboratory helps students to acquire skills related to courses of designing reinforced concrete structures. Students will be also able to use concrete testing machines: Compression Machine, Diamond Core Drill Comprising, Concrete Mixer, and Vibrating Poker.
 
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
5 Surveying Lab. 30 students ·  The surveying laboratory is equipped with many important surveying devices such as tapes for measuring distances, level devices for calculating point levels, theodolites for measuring horizontal and vertical angles, and total station devices for measuring all the above, as well as calculating the coordinates of points. ·  Students will be able to: –      Use modern electronic surveying equipment in surveying work. –      Practice Surveying and setting out works. –      Draw topographic and detailed maps. ·        The laboratory is willing to offer all aforementioned devices for surveying works as part of community services.
6   Structures Lab.       30 students ·  The structural Analysis laboratory gives a much better understanding of different ‘structures’ behavior when loaded with various loading conditions. ·  The apparatus in the lab covers the evaluation of internal forces, and corresponding deflections in different structures through problem-solving sessions and laboratory activities.
 
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
7 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics Lab.   30 students ·     Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics Laboratory runs in conjunction with the theory courses CIV 171 (Fluid Mechanics) and CIV 264 (Principles of Hydraulics). ·     This lab helps students to acquire some skills, such as measuring flow rate in pipes, in open channels, over different types of weirs, and out of the orifice. ·     Students will be also able to: (1) measure the velocity and pressure variations along different fittings on the fluid path. (2) Measure coefficient of discharge for venturi, weir, and orifice. (3) measure force acting on floating body, curved and plane surfaces, and partially submerged or fully submerged surfaces. (4) measure friction losses in pipes. (5) Judge the type of flow in pipes (laminar, transition, or turbulent); and calculate/measure pressure inside a fluid system.
 
  1. Architectural Engineering Program:
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
1 Environmental Measurements Lab. 30  Room: 328          Area:    50 m2 Programs Served:  Architecture lab Course Served: ·         ARC 142: Introduction to environmental science. ·         ARC 222: Thermal environment Control. ·         ARC 244: Principals of Green Architecture. ·         ARC 242: Acoustics in Architecture. ·        ARC 415: Building Performance Simulation.
2 Architectural Models Lab. 30 Room: 328                  Area:    50 m2 Programs Served:         Architecture Modeling Course Served: ·         ARC 111: Visual formation and fundamentals of design. ·         ARC 151: Architectural Design Studio (1). ·         ARC 252: Architectural Design Studio (2). ·         ARC 253: Architectural Design Studio (3). ·         ARC 354: Architectural Design Studio (4). ·         ARC 355: Architectural Design Studio (5). ·         ARC 456: Architectural Design Studio (6). ·         ARC 491: Project (1) ·         ARC 492: Project (2)
3 Architectural Gallery 30 Room: 310                  Area:    50 m2 Programs Served:         Architecture Modeling Course Served: ·         ARC 111: Visual formation and fundamentals of design. ·         ARC 151: Architectural Design Studio (1). ·         ARC 252: Architectural Design Studio (2). ·         ARC 253: Architectural Design Studio (3). ·         ARC 354: Architectural Design Studio (4). ·         ARC 355: Architectural Design Studio (5). ·         ARC 456: Architectural Design Studio (6). ·         ARC 491: Project (1) ·         ARC 492: Project (2)  
    2-Mechatronics Engineering Program:  
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
1 Fluid Lab. 30  ·    To Study the flow through circular pipes. ·    To Find experimentally the relation between the friction factor, head loss, and Reynolds number. ·    To Determine the loss coefficient for sudden contraction and sudden enlargement. ·    To determine the Venturi meter coefficient of discharge. ·    To study the dependence of this discharge coefficient and the recovery ratio of the flow Reynolds number ·    To determine the force produced by a water jet when it strikes different types of surfaces. ·    To investigate the discharge-head characteristics of rectangular and triangular weirs.
     
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
2 Hydraulic Power Lab. 30 students ·   Explain the construction of the hydraulic power system (power pack, pump, actuators, valves, cooling, piping, and measuring devices) ·   Exercise the building up of several designs of hydraulic power systems ·   Carry out simple flow, force, and speed-measuring procedures
3 Combustion Lab 36 students ·   To determine the efficiency of combustion for various types of gaseous and liquid fuels. ·   Introduce the different parts of internal combustion engine to students.
4 Internal Combustion Lab. 30 students ·        Introduce the different parts of internal combustion engine to students.
   
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
5 Air Conditioning Lab 25 students ·   The educational unit examines a refrigeration circuit under an adjustable load. The refrigeration circuit consists of a compressor, a condenser with fan, a thermostat its expansion valve and a coaxial coil heat exchanger as evaporator. A water circuit serves as load, consisting of a tank with a heater and a pump. The temperature in the tank is adjusted by a controller. ·   Absorption refrigeration systems operate using thermal energy. They use the principle of liquids evaporating already at low temperatures when pressure is reduced. This basic principle is demonstrated in the educational unit with the example of an ammonia-water solution with the ammonia acting as the refrigerant. ·   The base unit is, dependent on the objective of the experiment, extended into a complete refrigeration circuit with one of the models available as accessories such as the refrigerator, the refrigeration system with refrigeration and freezing stage, the simple air conditioning system, and air conditioning. ·   In conjunction with the Refrigerator model, Model of a refrigeration system with refrigeration and freezing stage, Model of a simple air conditioning system, Air conditioning model.  
     
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
6 Heat Transfer Lab 30 students ·   Introduces students to key scientific terms such as an experimental module to introduce students to the principles of linear heat conduction, and to allow the thermal conductivity of various materials to be measured. ·   Introduces students to key scientific terms such as Shows students an example of conduction combined with losses due to radiation and convection. ·   Introduces students to key scientific terms such as Objective & Description: introduces students to key scientific terms such as- An experimental apparatus to examine free and forced convection from a flat plate, a plate with fins and a plate with rods. ·   Introduces students to key scientific terms such as: a  benchtop unit to show the laws of radiant transfer from heat and light sources ·   Heat Radiation with Computer-Controlled Training system This educational unit offers basic experiments for targeted teaching on the topic of heat transfer by radiation  
       
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
7 Thermodynamics Lab 30 students ·        Introduce students to temperature, and how different techniques can be employed to measure this variable. ·        Demonstrates how the temperature of water behaves at its boiling point with variation in the absolute pressure. Saturation curves can be generated, and the quality of steam exiting the ·        Recycle Loop Unit Purpose: to understand the meaning of: –   Water Recycle Loop. –   Mass balances of steady state: –   Mass balance in the recycle loop in stationary regime with different water proportions in recirculation and different loops. –   Heat balances of unsteady state: –   Determination of the recycle loop system response faced when the heating element is switched on, at different flow rates and different loops. –   Determination of the recycle loop system response faced, when the heating element is switched off, at different flow rates and different loops apparatus can be determined  
     
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
8 Electrical and Electronic Lab 25 students ·   The Electronic Circuits Lab is a series of breadboard stations where students build various electronic circuits to study the theory behind the fundamental building blocks of electronic systems, such as resistors, capacitors, inductors, etc. ·   Improve students’ knowledge with programming software ·   Train students on real electronic and electrical components in industry
9 Robotics Lab 30 students ·   Improve students’ knowledge with programming software i.e., Arduino. ·   Train students on real mechanical and electrical components in industry. ·  Train students’ mobile dynamic systems. ·     Design a wireless controlled mobile system.  
10 Engineering Measurements Lab 25 students ·   Introduces students to the physical science of pressure, exploring the concepts of pressure, calibration, engineering units, errors and linearity using a Bourdon pressure gauge and pressure sensor connected to a dead weight pressure calibrator.  
     
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
11 Microprocessor Lab 25 students ·   Control DC brush motor from PIC. This lab will include the new peripheral – PWM (Pulse Width Modulation). ·   Use the development kit to display message on the 2×16 LCD screen. ·   To Have an overview of microcontrollers kit components ·   Use the kit to control several types of DC motors. ·   To give the students the ability to analyze and redesign their own development Kits
12 Computer Lab 25 students ·   Help the student to use software packages (solid work, MATLAB, LABVIEW, for modelling and simulation of engineering systems, and computer aided design ·   The computer lab serves as the center for teaching computer use to whole classes, usually by a specialist computer teacher. ·    Classroom teachers also use the lab with their classes for research, or for creating technology-based projects  
       
# Workshop Name Student Capacity Workshop’s Objectives
13 Mechanical Workshop 25 students ·   To understand the construction and operation of different metal forming machines (center lath, milling, shaping, grinding, drilling ,and cutting saws ·   To know how to select the suitable machine and the cutting tool for producing any part. ·   Describe the technological procedure   to produce cylindrical, conical, and flat surfaces using single point cutting tools or multi point cutting tools It also produces screw threads. ·   To identify the different techniques for non-cutting shaping forging, rolling, sheet metal forming, and welding  
14 Carpentry workshop 25 students ·   To explain the different metal of wood cutting, forming, connecting, assembly, and finishing ·    To demonstrate the type and characteristics of wood forming machines, and the way for producing     complex wooden products. ·   Wood decoration skills  
   
  1. Energy and Renewable Energies Engineering Program
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
1 Fluid Lab 30 students ·   To Study the flow through circular pipes. ·   To find experimentally the relation between the friction factor, head loss, and Reynolds number. ·   To determine the loss coefficient for sudden contraction and sudden enlargement. ·   To determine the Venturi meter coefficient of discharge. ·    To study the dependence of this discharge coefficient and the recovery ratio of the flow Reynolds number ·   To determine the force produced by a water jet when it strikes different types of surfaces. ·   To investigate the discharge-head characteristics of rectangular and triangular weirs.
2 Hydraulic Power Lab. 30 students ·   Explain the construction of the hydraulic power system (power pack, pump, actuators, valves, cooling, piping, and measuring devices) ·   Exercise the building up of several designs of hydraulic power systems ·   Carry out simple flow, force, and speed-measuring procedures
3 Combustion Lab 36 students ·   To determine the efficiency of combustion for various types of gaseous and liquid fuels. ·   Introduce the different parts of internal combustion engine to students.
4 Internal Combustion Lab. 30 students ·        Introduce the different parts of internal combustion engine to students.
5 Air Conditioning Lab 25 students ·   The educational unit examines a refrigeration circuit under an adjustable load. ·   Absorption refrigeration systems operate using thermal energy. They use the principle of liquids evaporating already at low temperatures when pressure is reduced. ·   The base unit is, dependent on the objective of the experiment, extended into a complete refrigeration circuit with one of the models available as accessories such as the refrigerator, the refrigeration system with refrigeration and freezing stage, the simple air conditioning system, and air conditioning. ·   In conjunction with the Refrigerator model, Model of a refrigeration system with refrigeration and freezing stage, Model of a simple air conditioning system, Air conditioning model,  
6 Heat Transfer Lab 30 students ·   Introduces students to key scientific terms such as an experimental module to introduce students to the principles of linear heat conduction, and to allow the thermal conductivity of various materials to be measured. ·   Introduces students to key scientific terms such as Shows students an example of conduction combined with losses due to radiation and convection. ·   Introduces students to key scientific terms such as Objective & Description introduces students to key scientific terms such as- An experimental apparatus to examine free and forced convection from a flat plate, a plate with fins and a plate with rods. ·   Introduces students to key scientific terms such as: a benchtop unit to show the laws of radiant transfer from heat and light sources ·   Heat Radiation with Computer-Controlled Training system This educational unit offers basic experiments for targeted teaching on the topic of heat transfer by radiation  
7 Thermodynamics Lab 30 students ·        Introduce students to temperature, and how different techniques can be employed to measure this variable. ·        Demonstrates how the temperature of water behaves at its boiling point with variation in the absolute pressure. Saturation curves can be generated, and the quality of steam exiting the ·        Recycle Loop Unit Purpose: to understand the meaning of: –   Water Recycle Loop. –   Mass balances of steady state: –   Mass balance in the recycle loop in stationary regime with different water proportions in recirculation and different loops. –   Heat balances of unsteady state: –   Determination of the recycle loop system response faced when the heating element is switched on, at different flow rates and different loops. –   Determination of the recycle loop system response faced, when the heating element is switched off, at different flow rates and different loops apparatus can be determined
8 Electrical and Electronic Lab 25 students ·   The Electronic Circuits Lab is a series of breadboard stations where students build various electronic circuits to study the theory behind the fundamental building blocks of electronic systems, such as resistors, capacitors, inductors, etc. ·   Improve students’ knowledge with programming software. ·   Train students on real electronic and electrical components in industry
9 Engineering Measurements Lab 25 students ·   Introduces students to the physical science of pressure, exploring the concepts of pressure, calibration, engineering units, errors and linearity using a Bourdon pressure gauge and pressure sensor connected to a dead weight pressure calibrator.
10 Solar Energy Lab 25 students ·   Find the total solar energy that hits the collector (incident energy) and compare it with the energy absorbed by the water. ·   Find the losses and efficiency of the collector. ·   Find the relationship between the efficiency and the water temperature.
11 Computer Lab 25 students ·   Help the student to use software packages (solid work, MATLAB, LABVIEW, for modelling and simulation of engineering systems, and for computer aided design. ·   The computer lab serves as the center for teaching computer use to whole classes, usually by a specialist computer teacher.
 
# Workshop Name Student Capacity Workshop’s Objectives
12 Mechanical Workshop 25 students ·   To understand the construction and operation of different metal forming machines (center lath, milling, shaping, grinding, drilling, and cutting saws. ·   To know how to select the suitable machine and the cutting tool for producing any part. ·   Describe the technological procedure   to produce cylindrical, conical, and flat surfaces using single point cutting tools or multi point cutting tools It also produces screw threads. ·   To identify the different techniques for non-cutting shaping forging, rolling, sheet metal forming, and welding
13 Carpentry workshop 25 students ·   To explain the different metal of wood cutting, forming, connecting, assembly, and finishing ·    To demonstrate the type and characteristics of wood forming machines, and the way for producing     complex wooden products. ·   Wood decoration skills  
           
  1. Electronics and Electrical Communications Engineering Program:
 
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
1 Transmission Lines LAB 30  ·   Study 2 Two-wire lines and Coax lines. ·   Study Four-wire lines ·   Study Optical information transmission ·   Assess the current/voltage characteristic of the sending LED. ·   Assess the current/power characteristic of the sender LED. ·   Investigate the occurrence of bending losses when fiber bending is severe. ·   Investigate longitudinal axis offset losses incurred at a fiber-to fiber joint ·   Investigate of data transmission over a fiber optic waveguide. ·     Comprehend practicing with different optical measurement techniques ·     Comprehend applying with different offset loss methods ·     Comprehend using fiber measurement techniques
       
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
2 Antenna Engineering LAB 30 students ·   Program Installation and Usage updates ·   Practice for Antenna characteristics ·   Practice for Dipole antenna ·   Practice for Yagi antenna ·   Practice for Mopole antenna ·   Practice for Loop antenna ·   Practice for Ceramic Chip antenna ·   Practice for Inverted F antenna ·   Practice for Patch and Patch array antenna ·   Practice for antenna Impedance Matching ·   Practice for antenna Gain measurement ·   Design and Manufacture of Dipole antenna ·   Design and Manufacture of Loop antenna ·   Design and Manufacture of Yagi antenna ·   Comprehend recognition of dipole antenna ·   Comprehend recognition of Yagi antenna ·   Comprehend recognition of Monopole antenna ·   Comprehend recognition of Loop antenna ·   Comprehend recognition of Ceramic Chip antenna ·   Comprehend recognition of F antenna  
   
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
3 Microwave Circuits LAB 30 students ·   Familiarization with the unit ·   Study of different fixed attenuators ·   Calibrate of variable attenuators Wavelength and other devices ·   Calculate impedance, admittance and reflection coefficient ·   Study of the Broad-wall Waveguide Directional Coupler ·   Study of the Cross-guide Waveguide Directional Coupler ·   Measure of power emission in free space Measure of wavelength, frequency and SWR measurement in free space ·   Study radiation pattern of a horn antenna ·   Study of gain and directivity of a horn antenna (DBi) ·        Comprehend practicing measurements of different quantities. ·        Familiarizing oneself of the radiation techniques. ·        Practicing applying different techniques
             
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
4 Basic Electrical Engineering LAB 30 students ·        Read the resistors by colors ·        Draw curve between voltage and current through unknown resistance for knowing its value ·        Verify Kirchhoff’s voltage law ·        Verify Kirchhoff’s Current law ·        Verify Superposition Theorem ·        Verify Thevenin Theorem ·        Verify Diode Characteristics ·        Show output on diode and resistance using halfwave rectifier and full wave rectifier ·        Verify operating of Zener diode and how it works in reverse mode as a battery. ·        Verify operating Light emitting diodes (LED) ·        Verify Kirchhoff’s voltage law using series three resistances connecting with DC source. ·        Verify Kirchhoff’s current law using parallel three resistances connecting with DC source. ·        Verify diode characteristics.  
     
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
5 Communication Systems LAB 30 students ·        Simulate and validate the various functional modules of a communication system ·        Demonstrate their knowledge in base band signaling schemes through implementation of digital modulation schemes ·        Apply various channel coding schemes and demonstrate their capabilities towards the improvement of the noise performance of communication system ·        Simulate end-to-end communication Link ·        Signal Sampling and reconstruction ·        Time Division Multiplexing ·        Pulse Code Modulation and Demodulation ·        Delta Modulation and Demodulation ·        Line coding schemes ·        Simulation of ASK, FSK, and BPSK generation schemes ·        Simulation of DPSK, QPSK and QAM generation schemes ·        Simulation of signal constellations of BPSK, QPSK, QAM ·        Simulation of ASK, FSK and BPSK detection schemes ·        Simulation of Linear Block and Cyclic error control coding. ·        Simulation of Convolutional coding scheme ·        Communication link simulation ·        Implement AM and FM modulation and demodulation  
 
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
6 Transmission Lines LAB 30 students ·   Comprehend practicing with different optical measurement techniques ·   Comprehend applying with different offset loss methods ·   Comprehend using fiber measurement techniques ·   Study 2 Two-wire lines and Coax lines. ·   Study Four-wire lines ·   Study Optical information transmission ·   Assess the current/voltage characteristic of the sending LED. ·   Assess the current/power characteristic of the sender LED. ·   Investigate the occurrence of bending losses when fiber bending is severe. ·   Investigate longitudinal axis offset losses incurred at a fiber-to fiber joint ·   Investigate of data transmission over a fiber optic waveguide.  
           
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
7 Antenna Engineering LAB 30 students ·   Comprehend recognition of dipole antenna ·   Comprehend recognition of Yagi antenna ·   Comprehend recognition of Monopole antenna ·   Comprehend recognition of Loop antenna ·   Comprehend recognition of Ceramic Chip antenna ·   Comprehend recognition of F antenna ·   Comprehend recognition of Patch array antenna ·   Program Installation and Usage updates ·   Practice for Antenna characteristics ·   Practice for Dipole antenna ·   Practice for Yagi antenna ·   Practice for Mopole antenna ·   Practice for Loop antenna ·   Practice for Ceramic Chip antenna ·   Practice for Inverted F antenna ·   Practice for Patch and Patch array antenna ·   Practice for antenna Impedance Matching ·   Practice for antenna Gain measurement ·   Design and Manufacture of Dipole antenna ·   Design and Manufacture of Loop antenna ·   Design and Manufacture of Yagi antenna
   
  1. Computer and Systems Engineering Program:
 
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
1 Computer Programming Lab 30 students ·   Able to develop applications for a range of problems using object-oriented programming Techniques. ·   Learn object-oriented programming using C++ language. ·   Develop applications for a range of problems using object-oriented programming Techniques. ·   Introduces object-oriented programming concepts using the C++ language. • Introduces the principles of data abstraction, inheritance, and polymorphism. • Introduces the principles of virtual functions and polymorphism • Introduces handling formatted I/O and unformatted I/O • Introduces exception handling
2 Database System Lab 30  ·   Comprehend building database using SQL. ·   Build database applications. ·   Implement the basic knowledge of SQL queries. ·   Apply database models for different database applications. ·   Apply normalization techniques for refining databases. ·   Practice various triggers, procedures using PL/SQL.
 
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
3 Software System Lab 30 students ·   Comprehend LEX & YACC tools and/or C/C++/Java languages. ·   Comprehend implement memory management. ·   Apply Lexical (LEX) Analysis and Syntax (YACC) Analysis phases of Compiler Design a ·   Implement programs on these phases using LEX & YACC tools and/or C/C++/Java ·   Acquainted students with different types of CPU Hardwired and Microprograming techniques. ·   Acquainted students with different types of memory management – page replacement virtual memory.
4 Microprocessor & Microcontroller Lab 30 students ·   Execute variety of assembly language ·   Execute simple programs on 8051 micro controllers. ·   To develop and execute variety of assembly language programs of Intel 8086 including arithmetic and logical, sorting, searching, and string manipulation operations. ·   To develop and execute the assembly language programs for interfacing Intel 8086 with peripheral devices. ·   To develop and execute simple programs on 8051 micro controllers. ·   The student will learn hardware and software interaction and integration.
   
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
5 Embedded Systems 30 students ·   Acquaint himself/herself od designing and implementing complex energy efficient embedded systems. ·   Provide embedded system solutions for engineering problems. ·   Apply and Analyze usage of various on-chip resources like GPIO, Timers, Interrupts, ADC, DAC, Comparator, SPI. ·   Design embedded systems to the requirements. ·   Use industry techniques in the design of Microcontrollers. ·   Provide embedded system solutions of engineering problems.
6 Computer Network Lab 30 ·        Practice with networking components and devices. ·        Practice with Transmission media and tools. ·        Practice with UTP cable for cross and direct connection toots. ·        Practice with different router and Bridges and Switches. ·        Practice with the simulation tools. ·        Apply various LAN topologies and technology. ·        Configuration of TCP/IP protocols in Window/LINUX. ·        Configuration application Routers for access ·        Install and function with the packet tracer tools. ·        Configure TCP/IP protocols in Window/LINUX. ·        Apply different networks models and topology.
     
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
7 System Design Lab 30 students ·        Practice with Verilog and VHDL tools. ·        Apply logic building block using the tools ·        Apply building ALU using the tools ·        Apply building Sequential circuits using the tools · ·        Practice building combination and Sequential circuits ·        Design of counters using VHDL. ·        Apply the simulation tools in combinational and sequential circuits.
8 Computing Systems Security Lab 30 students · Implement the following substitution & transposition techniques. · Implement the following algorithms: DES, AES and RSA. · Apply secure data storage, secure data transmission and for creating digital signatures. · Perform wireless audit on an access point or a router and decrypt WEP and WPA. (Net Stumbler) · Demonstrate intrusion detection system (ids) using any tool · Perform wireless audit on an access point or a router and decrypt WEP and WPA. · Practice with the honey pot and monitor the honeypot on network  
 
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
9 Artificial Intelligence Lab 30 students · Implement and the FIND-Algorithm for finding the most specific hypothesis based on a given set of training data samples. · Implement and demonstrate the Candidate-Elimination algorithm and practice with its applications. · Construct programs to demonstrate the working of the decision tree based ID3 algorithm. · Use an appropriate data set for building the decision tree and apply this knowledge to classify a new sample. · Build an Artificial Neural Network by implementing the Backpropagation algorithm and test the same using appropriate data sets. · Write a program to implement the naïve Bayesian classifier for a sample training data set set. · Compute the accuracy of the classifier, considering few test data sets. · Write application programs to implement the naïve Bayesian classifier for a sample training data set. · Compute the accuracy of the classifier, considering few test data sets.
 
# Laboratory Name Student Capacity Laboratory’s Objectives
10 Computer Programming Lab 30 students ·   Learn object-oriented programming using C++ language. ·   Develop applications for a range of problems using object-oriented programming Techniques. ·   Introduces object-oriented programming concepts using the C++ language. ·   Introduces the principles of data abstraction, inheritance, and polymorphism. ·   Introduces the principles of virtual functions and polymorphism ·   Introduces handling formatted I/O and unformatted I/O ·   Introduces exception handling
11 Database System Lab 30 students ·   Implement the basic knowledge of SQL queries and relational algebra. ·   Apply database models for different database applications. ·   Apply normalization techniques for refining databases. ·   Practice various triggers, procedures, and cursors using PL/SQL. ·   Comprehend building database using SQL. ·   Build database applications.  
 

Academic Programs

Program Hours:

The study is based on the credit hours (CH) system. The study includes five levels. Each level includes two semesters, each with a minimum duration of 14 weeks and a summer semester of not less than seven weeks. The study starts at the general level for all students, followed by four specialized levels.

Bylaw 2015 required courses

Bylaw 2022 required courses

Scientific Departments

NameFaculty Members 
Assoc. Prof. Mohamed Sayed AbdelwahedAssociate professorChairman
Dr. Sohair  Abdelfattah GhoniemPh.D. at Chemical EngineeringCouncil
Dr. Mohamed Sobhy AtallaPh.D. at Material Sciences
Dr. Mohamed Ali ElsayedPh.D. at Engineering Mathematics
Asmaa Ibrahim abdelmogodTeaching AssistantStaff Members
Ali Mahmoud KhaterTeaching Assistant
Shabaan Ibrahim AbdallahTeaching Assistant
Neama Nasr MohamedTeaching Assistant
Noha ahmed MohamedTeaching Assistant
Abelbaky osama AbelbakyTeaching Assistant
Abdelrahman Magdy MohamedTeaching Assistant
Mostafa Ahmed  HusseinTeaching Assistant
Amira Nasr Elden AbdelsattarTeaching Assistant
Eslam Talek AhmedTeaching Assistant
Ahmed Yousef ElshamyTeaching Assistant
NameFaculty Members 
Associate Prof. Wafaa Mohamed Kamal RashwanAssociate Professor at Design and Theories of ArchitectureChairman
Prof. Mona Mohamed Hosny MerghanyProfessor at ArchitecturalCouncil
Dr. Eslam Mohamed MoraekipLecturer at Architectural
Dr. Doha Mohamed SaedLecturer at Architectural
Al. Nancy Mohamed ElshandidyAssistant Lecturer at Architectural
Al. Kareem Mohamed AldaliAssistant Lecturer at Architectural
Al. Taher Mahmoud OmarAssistant Lecturer at Architectural
Al. Mervat Gaber AhmedAssistant Lecturer at Architectural
Al. Samar Ibrahim ElnagarAssistant Lecturer at ArchitecturalStaff Members
Ta. Salsabil Samy AbdelmeniemTeaching Assistant at Architectural
Ta. Amira Fawzy MohamedTeaching Assistant at Architectural
Ta. Mohamed Hassan AbdelkereemTeaching Assistant at Architectural
Ta. Ayatallah Magdy RafatTeaching Assistant at Architectural
Ta. Alaa Mahgoub ElsayedTeaching Assistant at Architectural
Ta. Kareem Abdelhady AlhadaryTeaching Assistant at Architectural
Ta. Alhassan Gamal SayedTeaching Assistant at Architectural
NameFaculty Members 
Ass. Prof. Dalia Bahaa El Din HamdyAssociate ProfessorChairman
Prof. Dr. Ahmed Mossa Abdel RahmanProfessorCouncil
Ass. Prof. Mohamed KhaledAssociate Professor
Dr. Ahmed Mohamed Abu ZeidLecturer
Dr. Rana Mohamed MorsyLecturer
Dr. Nabil MansourLecturer
Dr. Ahmed Ehab Abdel HamidLecturer
Dr. Mohamed Hamdi IsmailLecturer
Dr. Mohamed Ahmed Abdel Sadiq OkailLecturer
Dr. Ahmed Kamal Abu DoniaLecturer
Sarah Mohamed SamehAssistant LecturerStaff Members
Neeven HamidoAssistant Lecturer
Aya MahmoudAssistant Lecturer
Abdel Razek IbrahimAssistant Lecturer
Mohamed HafizAssistant Lecturer
May SalahAssistant Lecturer
Ahmed HamedAssistant Lecturer
Mohga Abdel DayemTeaching Assistant
Mohamed Ahmed MohamedTeaching Assistant
Mahmoud HusseinTeaching Assistant
Nourhan AbdullahTeaching Assistant
Mahmoud AtefTeaching Assistant
Hisham El-GamalTeaching Assistant
Abdullah BayoumiTeaching Assistant
Mostafa IsmailTeaching Assistant
Name School Members
Prof .Dr/ Aref Mohamed Ahmed Soliman Dean of the School of Engineering and Technology
Assoc. Prof.  Dr/ Gamal  Mohamed Abdou Associate professor, Dept. & Energy and renewable energies program coordinator Chairman
Assoc. Prof.  Dr/ Motassem  Abdel Baki Shahin Associate professor, Member in Quality Assurance team Council
Assoc. Prof. Dr/ Atef Azer Associate professor, Member in Quality Assurance team
Dr. Abdel Aziz Bayoumi Lecturer, Mechatronic Program Coordinator & Coordinator For Quality Assurance & Student Guidance
Dr. Mohamed Farghal Lecturer
Dr. Mahmoud Abou Bakr Lecturer, Member in Quality Assurance
Dr. Hend Mohamed Abdel Aziz Lecturer, Member in Quality Assurance
Reham Sayed Ahmed Eldawi Assistant lecturer Staff Members
May Abdel Salam Abdel Fattah Assistant lecturer
Deena Mohamed Mostafa El Sayed Assistant lecturer
Noha Omar Haggag El Shal Assistant lecturer
Hoda Farrag Ahmed Ahmed Assistant lecturer
Amgad Abdel Kader Ahmed Ahmed Teaching Assistant
Eslam Ousama Mostafa Fouad Teaching Assistant
Youssef Ahmed Abd El Aziz Mareye Teaching Assistant.
Sarah Ahmed Mahmoud Abdel Fattah Teaching Assistant.
Youmna Abdel Razek Ashri Teaching Assistant.
Mohamed Abdel Hakim Ali Ebrahim Teaching Assistant.
Mahmoud  Hosni Nasr Salem Teaching Assistant
Youssef  Emad Mohamed Mohamed Ahmed Teaching Assistant
Gouda Saeid Gouda Mohamed Teaching Assistant
Hosam Mostafa Alsaid Teaching Assistant
Mahmoud Mohamed Ahmed Teaching Assistant
NameSchool Members 
Prof. Mohammad Tharwat Abdel-RahmanVice Dean of the School of Engineering 
Prof. Mostafa Ibrahim Abd-El-BarrProfessorChairman
Prof. Dalia Mohammad ElsheikhProfessorCouncil
Dr. Nashat Hussain MohammadAssistant Professor
Dr. Omar Mamdouh FahmyAssistant Professor
Dr. Ahmad Moussed MabroukLecturer
Dr. Aylaa Abdou HamzaAssistant Lecturer (Appointment in Progress)
Dr. Samar Mahmoud NooruddinAssistant Lecturer (Appointment in Progress)
Eng. Esraa Abdelfattah ShehabAssistant LecturerStaff Members
Eng. Ahmad Mohammad El-ErakiAssistant Lecturer
Eng. Amira Ahamad SaqrAssistant Lecturer
Eng. Doaa Ahamad HamdiAssistant Lecturer
Eng. Najwa Adel MohammadAssistant Lecturer
Eng. Safaa Markram TawfikAssistant Lecturer
Eng. Hani Ahmad ZedanAssistant Lecturer
Eng. Ayah Abdulsalam Abdelatti Teaching Assistant (demonstrator)
Eng. Marwa Sabry Ibrahim Teaching Assistant (demonstrator)
Eng. Eiman Mahammad Ghonami Teaching Assistant (demonstrator)
Eng. Esraa Gamal Hassan Teaching Assistant (demonstrator)
Eng. Mina Adel Saeed Teaching Assistant (demonstrator)
Eng. Ahmad Saeed Mahammad Teaching Assistant (demonstrator)
Eng. Mohammad Aladdin Abdelfattah Teaching Assistant (demonstrator)
Eng. Ramah Tariq Eid Teaching Assistant (demonstrator)
Eng. Noran Naser Ibrahim Teaching Assistant (demonstrator)
Eng. Esraa Mohammad Afifi Teaching Assistant (demonstrator)
Eng. Hajar Mostafa Taha Teaching Assistant (demonstrator)
Eng. Rawad Abdelminem Mohammad Teaching Assistant (demonstrator)

School Department Heads

Associate Professor Gamal Mohamed Abdou

Head of Mechanical Engineering Department

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dalia Bahaa El-din Hamdy Ahmad

Head of the Civil Engineering Department

Prof. Dr. Mohamed Tharwat

Head of the Electrical Engineering Department

Assoc. Prof. Wafaa Rashwan

Head of the Architecture Engineering Department

Associate Professor Mohamed Sayed Abdelwahed

Head of the Basic Sciences Department

Career Opportunities

  • Automotive Engineer
  • Biomedical Engineer
  • Architural Engineer
  • Electronic Engineer
  • Communication Engineer
  • Chemical Engineer
  • Civil Engineer
  • Computer Engineer
  • Drafting and Design Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Petroleum Engineer
  • Software Engineer
  • Electrical Engineer
  • Environmental Engineer
  • Geological Engineer
  • Marine Engineer

News & Events

News

School of Engineering Holds the “Re-establish the Connection Between Man and Nature” Seminar

News

Huawei ICT Competition 2022-2023

News

The Second Annual Architecture Exhibition Gala 2022

International Programs

Curricular Concentration: Science or Science/Mathematics

Percentage: A minimum of 80% 

Applicant score should add up to a minimum of 80% after conversion for all certificates.