UCLAN Summer Programs
UCLAN Summer ProgramsUniversity of Central Lancashire, PrestonSchool of EngineeringThe Engineering Innovation CentreEngineering Summer Academy- Program 1: Predictive Maintenance22 July – 4 August 2018- Program 2: Robots in Application5-18 August 2018- Program 3: Intelligent Machines2-15 September 2018for more details click hereSummer School Programs focus on engineering activities that allow engineering student to practice the topic area of each program & develop their skills.All programs include lectures, tutorials, and an engineering challenge project.This program is a non-credit bearing activity.For more information and registration, please contact Dr. Yehia Hendawy: 0100 1900 529
22 Jul 2018
UC Summer Training Program 2018
UC Summer Training Program 2018For the 4th consecutive year… FUE, Faculty of Economics & Political Science and Faculty of Commerce & Business Administration students participate in University of Cincinnati summer program. Students share a good spirit by taking a photo on their first day after arriving to Cincinnati, USA.FUE and the University of Cincinnati (UC) signed an agreement for an academic partnership in July 2013. The Agreement includes the undergraduate programs in the Faculty of Engineering & Technology, Faculty of Commerce & Business Administration, Faculty of Economics & Political Science and Faculty of Computers & Information Technology.
12 Jul 2018
Future Architecture Between Materials and Fabrication
Future Architecture Between Materials and Fabrication By:Prof. Dr.-Ing. Arch. Hanaa Dahy - Director of BioMat/ITKE, University of StuttgartUnder the patronage of the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Future University, a seminar was held on Wednesday, 4 April 2018 at 11:30 pm at the Great Theater of the University in the presence of Prof. / Mohamed Abdel Rahim Badr, the Faculty Dean, and Prof. Abuelela Abuelnaga, the Faculty Vice Dean of Education and Students’ Affairs, and Prof. Samir Sadek Hosny, Head of the Department of Architectural Engineering, and the Faculty members, the Teaching Assistants of the department, as well as the fourth and fifth level students at the Department of Architecture at the Faculty of Engineering and Technology at the Future University. The seminar was attended by students from other departments as well.The lecture highlighted an innovative trend in the future sustainable architecture, where architectural design is derived through materials and fabrication as design tools. A wide scope of prototypes and research work of the speaker in Germany was shown and illustrated. Other comparable examples from international architects and researches were also presented. Themes discussed included bio-based materials, biomimetics, adaptive architecture, smart systems, kinetic architecture and their fabrication technologies.
23 Apr 2018