The Fraternity of academic faculty members and reseach fellows at College of Engineering, Wadi aldawasir hosts the Faculty Seminar Series once in every week of a semester. We take this opportunity to learn about important researches and discoveries made at our own institute, technology, innovations in the flied of science and technology. We also include external seminars from distinguished professors from other firms. The mission of the FSS is to foster strong professional and personal relationships within the College of Engineering community. Through the Faculty Seminar Series, it is the hopes of the Scientific Research Committee that we will be able to highlight the high quality of research conducted at College of Engineering and foster community relationships, both professional and personal. With three departments and approximately 30 faculty members, we plan to invite one faculty member to present his research or topic on every Thursday from 1 to 3 PM in College Auditorium.
The following are the aims of organizing the seminars.
To promote scientific and educational activities towards the advancement of the theory and practice of all Engineering and Technology fields and related supporting subjects.
To bring together Researchers, Engineers, Scholars, Teachers and Students in the areas of Engineering and Technology.
To provide a forum for the dissemination of research results, new ideas, Research and development, practical experiments, which concentrate on both theory and practical
To learn about new techniques, different subjects and topics
To promote interdisciplinary research and their practical applications to problems
To disseminate scientific knowledge among the people and students
The Scientifc Research Committee herey by requests all faclty members to submit their seminar topics to " firstname.lastname@example.org". Note:Kindly submit your Seminar Abstract prior to one week to sheduled date.
Upcoming Seminars- Fall 2016
Fractional Calculus and its Applications
Mr. Mohammad Alansi
Spatial Modulation Technique for MIMO communication Systems
Applications of Mathematical Modelling in Wireless Sensor Network
Mr. Mohammad Naiyer
Semantic Web using AI
Former Seminars- Fall 2016
Prof.Dr Essam Sourour
Non-orthogonal Multiple Access as a Candidate for 5G
Dr. Ziad Elhalwany
Consult and Engineering Studies Center
Black Board Elearning Platform
Incident at Morales, An Engineering Ethics Story
Dr. Ahamed Nasef
Course Objectives files