Department of Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering

Department of Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering

Overview

Engineers make things happen. They use what is known from science to develop new technologies and use new technologies to create successful innovations. Today’s electronics and communications engineers continue to revolutionize the way we live. They work with very small things like integrated circuits, which control virtually every electronic item in the home and industry, all the way up to large things like vast telecommunications systems or the electric power grid that stretches across a nation. From radio and television to life-saving medical equipment and computer games, many familiar items have been made possible by engineers. The challenges and opportunities in engineering continue to grow. The rapid changes in electrical, electronics, and computer technology and the diversity of applications require a broad educational background and a commitment to learning new and specialized information throughout their careers.

The bachelor of science program in ECE at AURAK is designed to produce graduates who have the necessary theoretical background and the technical know how and skills to meet the high demand for well-trained engineers. As in a US institution, students take five or six courses a semester over a period of four years to four and a half years for a bachelor’s degree in engineering. In the first two years students develop skills in IT, English, Communications, and math and also study broad areas of human knowledge – the sciences, the social sciences, the arts, and humanities. This general education provides a foundation of general knowledge and develops students’ ability to gather and use information appropriately, to communicate well orally and in writing, to think analytically and clearly, and to learn how to learn. The last two to two and a half years are devoted to courses in the major, as the sample degree plan indicates.

Facilities

Introduction of  EECE Department Laboratories

Students within the Department of Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering, throughout their four years of study, take a number of laboratory courses. These courses are distributed among all theory courses, including electrical circuits, electronic circuits, digital design, and communications engineering. Beside on the mentioned subjects, students also take programming for signal and systems field courses using MATLAB software. In addition, the department has a senior project and research laboratory room containing all the necessary hardware and software for students to utilize in their senior projects.

EECE Laboratories

ECE Laboratory I (Room G330)

This laboratory is used to conduct research as it offers a variety of components and electronic equipment. The ECE Lab I is typically used by senior students in order to complete their final projects.

  • Senior Design Projects I (ECEN 492)
  • Senior Design Projects II (ECEN 493)
  • Research Facilities

General Safety Rules

    

ECE Laboratory II (Room G329)

This laboratory is used for experimental procedures, beginning with an introduction to electrical circuits and analysis, as well as digital fundamentals and complicated logic circuit design of combinational and sequential circuits supported by VHDL programming, and analog and digital communication circuits

  • Information Technology for Electrical Engineers Lab (ECEN 102)
  • Electric Circuit Analysis I Lab (ECEN 281)
  • Electrical Circuit Analysis II Lab (ECEN 283)
  • Digital System Design Lab (ECEN 332)
  • Linear Electronics I Lab (ECEN 334)
  • Linear Electronics Lab II (ECEN 434)
  • Communication Engineering Lab (ECEN 461)

General Safety Rules

    

Computer Programming Laboratory I and II (Room G202)

This laboratory is used for MATLAB programming as a problem-solving tool in the field of signal and systems.

  • Signal & Systems I Lab (ECEN 221)
  • Signal & Systems II Lab (ECEN 321)

     

General Safety Rules

Faculty & Staff

Dr. Maen Takruri

Department Chair, Associate Professor - Electronics and Communications Engineering, Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering Department

Office: Bldg. G-322  /  Phone: Ext. 1252


Dr. Nasser Hamad

Associate Professor - Electronics Engineering, Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering Department

Office: Bldg. G-310  /  Phone: Ext. 1132


Prof. Amjad A.Omar

Professor – Electrical Engineering, Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering Department

Office: Bldg. G-341  /  Phone: Ext. 1229


Dr. Beza Negash Getu

Associate Professor – Electronics and Communications Engineering, Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering Department

Office: Bldg. G-334  /  Phone: Ext. 1106


Dr. Maissa Farhat

Assistant Professor - Electrical Engineering, Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering Department

Office No.: Bldg. G-301  /  Phone: Ext. 1204


Dr. Majed Khodr

Associate Professor – Electrical Engineering (On Sabbatical Leave), Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering Department

Office: Bldg. G-307  /  Phone: Ext. 1109


Mr. Hussein Attia

Instructor – EECE Lab, Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering Department

Office: Bldg. G-330  /  Phone: Ext. 1503


Mr. Husam Edeen Musleh

Lab Engineer – EECE Lab, Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering Department

Office: Senior Project Lab G 330
Phone: Ext. 1225


Jannah Alcantara


Contact

Dr. Maen Takruri

Department Chair, Associate Professor - Electronics and Communications Engineering, Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering Department

Office: Bldg. G-322  /  Phone: Ext. 1252

Overview

Engineers make things happen. They use what is known from science to develop new technologies and use new technologies to create successful innovations. Today’s electronics and communications engineers continue to revolutionize the way we live. They work with very small things like integrated circuits, which control virtually every electronic item in the home and industry, all the way up to large things like vast telecommunications systems or the electric power grid that stretches across a nation. From radio and television to life-saving medical equipment and computer games, many familiar items have been made possible by engineers. The challenges and opportunities in engineering continue to grow. The rapid changes in electrical, electronics, and computer technology and the diversity of applications require a broad educational background and a commitment to learning new and specialized information throughout their careers.

The bachelor of science program in ECE at AURAK is designed to produce graduates who have the necessary theoretical background and the technical know how and skills to meet the high demand for well-trained engineers. As in a US institution, students take five or six courses a semester over a period of four years to four and a half years for a bachelor’s degree in engineering. In the first two years students develop skills in IT, English, Communications, and math and also study broad areas of human knowledge – the sciences, the social sciences, the arts, and humanities. This general education provides a foundation of general knowledge and develops students’ ability to gather and use information appropriately, to communicate well orally and in writing, to think analytically and clearly, and to learn how to learn. The last two to two and a half years are devoted to courses in the major, as the sample degree plan indicates.

Facilities

Introduction of  EECE Department Laboratories

Students within the Department of Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering, throughout their four years of study, take a number of laboratory courses. These courses are distributed among all theory courses, including electrical circuits, electronic circuits, digital design, and communications engineering. Beside on the mentioned subjects, students also take programming for signal and systems field courses using MATLAB software. In addition, the department has a senior project and research laboratory room containing all the necessary hardware and software for students to utilize in their senior projects.

EECE Laboratories

ECE Laboratory I (Room G330)

This laboratory is used to conduct research as it offers a variety of components and electronic equipment. The ECE Lab I is typically used by senior students in order to complete their final projects.

  • Senior Design Projects I (ECEN 492)
  • Senior Design Projects II (ECEN 493)
  • Research Facilities

General Safety Rules

    

ECE Laboratory II (Room G329)

This laboratory is used for experimental procedures, beginning with an introduction to electrical circuits and analysis, as well as digital fundamentals and complicated logic circuit design of combinational and sequential circuits supported by VHDL programming, and analog and digital communication circuits

  • Information Technology for Electrical Engineers Lab (ECEN 102)
  • Electric Circuit Analysis I Lab (ECEN 281)
  • Electrical Circuit Analysis II Lab (ECEN 283)
  • Digital System Design Lab (ECEN 332)
  • Linear Electronics I Lab (ECEN 334)
  • Linear Electronics Lab II (ECEN 434)
  • Communication Engineering Lab (ECEN 461)

General Safety Rules

    

Computer Programming Laboratory I and II (Room G202)

This laboratory is used for MATLAB programming as a problem-solving tool in the field of signal and systems.

  • Signal & Systems I Lab (ECEN 221)
  • Signal & Systems II Lab (ECEN 321)

     

General Safety Rules

Faculty & Staff

Dr. Maen Takruri

Department Chair, Associate Professor - Electronics and Communications Engineering, Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering Department

Office: Bldg. G-322  /  Phone: Ext. 1252


Dr. Nasser Hamad

Associate Professor - Electronics Engineering, Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering Department

Office: Bldg. G-310  /  Phone: Ext. 1132


Prof. Amjad A.Omar

Professor – Electrical Engineering, Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering Department

Office: Bldg. G-341  /  Phone: Ext. 1229


Dr. Beza Negash Getu

Associate Professor – Electronics and Communications Engineering, Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering Department

Office: Bldg. G-334  /  Phone: Ext. 1106


Dr. Maissa Farhat

Assistant Professor - Electrical Engineering, Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering Department

Office No.: Bldg. G-301  /  Phone: Ext. 1204


Dr. Majed Khodr

Associate Professor – Electrical Engineering (On Sabbatical Leave), Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering Department

Office: Bldg. G-307  /  Phone: Ext. 1109


Mr. Hussein Attia

Instructor – EECE Lab, Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering Department

Office: Bldg. G-330  /  Phone: Ext. 1503


Mr. Husam Edeen Musleh

Lab Engineer – EECE Lab, Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering Department

Office: Senior Project Lab G 330
Phone: Ext. 1225


Jannah Alcantara


Contact

Dr. Maen Takruri

Department Chair, Associate Professor - Electronics and Communications Engineering, Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering Department

Office: Bldg. G-322  /  Phone: Ext. 1252

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