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FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE

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Introduction

The Faculty awards the B.Sc. (Honors) degree in five (5) years divided into ten (10) semesters.The Faculty of Engineering was established in 2013 with four departments offering B.Sc. programs in:

  • Networks and Communication Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Electronic Engineering
  • Computer Systems Engineering

In 2014, four departments were approved offering B.Sc. programs in:

  • Control Systems Engineering
  • Electric Power Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Architecture Engineering
  • DEAN MESSAGE

    The Faculty strives for excellence within the classroom as well as in the numerous activities it holds within the community. Students and faculty are provided with laboratories of the highest quality so that they might pursue advanced research. We send our graduates out with knowledge, understanding and skills that enable them to solve real-world problems. Education in engineering is education for life. The Faculty of Engineering and Architecture at SIU is committed to continuously improve and develop our systems, students, programs and faculty. I think it’s fair to say that those who study here will find it a welcoming experience.

    Dr. AbdelRahim Elobeid Ahmed

    Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture

    VISION

     To be a world class faculty and a pioneer in engineering education, innovative research and building knowledge economy.
     

     

    MISSION

     To provide high quality education programs that address the changing needs of future engineers, serve the profession and contribute to the advancement and well-being of the society by creating and disseminating knowledge and technology to future generations through teaching, research and partnership with industry and government.
     

     

    GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

    • To advance students’ academic and professional levels.
    • To develop the students’ professional ethics.
    • To develop the students’ personal skills.
    • To guarantee sound health care practices.
    • To encourage students to join our post-graduate studies program.
    • To develop the skills and abilities of academic staff academically and in research.
    • To bridge the gap between educational output and labor market needs by strengthening ties with relevant market
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      ADMISSION REQUIREMENT

       
       

      In addition to the University general admission regulations, a student may be designated for the study for the B.Sc. Engineering degree at the Faculty of Engineering and Architecture if the student fulfils the following requirements:

      • Passed the Sudan Certificate exams or the equivalent thereto by not less than 60%
      • Passed the following seven subjects: 
      •  Islamic Education, Arabic Language, English Language, Special Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and any one of the following subjects: Engineering Science and Computer Science (for all departments), or Biology for the Biomedical Engineering Department only.
         

        TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS

        Lectures:

        These are used to introduce the concepts and describe some of the practical aspect of the courses.

         

        Tutorials:

        Problem sheets are provided to let the students practice what they have studied in lectures

         

        Laboratories:

        There are used to enable the student to practice and consolidate the material covered in the lectures. The laboratories are supervised by a tutor. The tutor is there to help and will mark the student;s logbook during or at the end of each laboratory exercise.

        Learning Activities

        During the lectures there may be quizzes and discussion group with a plenary feedback. Participation, while not compulsory, is encouraged. 
        At the end of each teaching week, you will be given directive reading from the recommended text. This a guide to the minimum amount of reading expected during your private study time, this will also help you prepare for laboratories. 
        While laboratories are the main learning activities, students are expected to practice simulation and computer programming during their private study. 

        Training:

        Students are required to conduct three training sessions during the vacations. These are to be conducted according to the following plan:

        Zero training: Students are to have some vocational training on different aspects of workshop technology.  This is to be conducted for 5-8 weeks during the summer vacation after the completion of the first academic year.
        Field Training: Eight-Weeks of Field Training following the end of Semester Six.
        Industrial on-job training: This is to be conducted after the completion of the fourth year covering a period of 8 weeks and is concerned with an intensive work in one of the firms or projects which are under construction with the aim of applying real on job experience.

         

        STAFF

         
        S.N.NameQualificationTitleSpecialization
        1AbdelRahim Elobeid AhmedPhDAssociate ProfElectronic Eng.
        2Alamin Hamouda DabibPhDAssociate ProfPower Systems
        3Mirghani Fathelrahman TahaPhDAssociate ProfControl Systems
        4Alhag Siddig Taha AbuelmaaaliPhDAssociate ProfArchitecture
        5Ibrahim Khidir AltahirPhDAssociate ProfTelecommunication
        6Kamal Ramadan DoudPhDAssociate ProfPower Systems
        7Mahgoub Osman MahgoubPhDAssociate ProfCivil Eng.
        8Mohamed Elnour AbdallaPhDAssociate ProfControl Systems
        9Alkhawad Ali Alfaki AhmedPhDAssociate ProfMechanical Eng.
        10Fraigoun Mohamed AhmedPhDAssistant ProfBiomedical Eng.
        11Alfadil Zakaria Yahia AbdallaPhDAssistant ProfPower Systems
        12Ammar Hussein KabashiPhDAssistant ProfTelecommunication
        13Nasr Eldin Mustafa Nasr EldinPhDAssistant ProfArchitecture
        14Ubai Younis TahaPhDAssistant ProfMechanical Eng.
        15Inas Salah MahmoudM.Sc.LecturerBiomedical Eng.
        16Waleed Mansour AbdallaM.Sc.LecturerArchitecture
        17Alaa Awad Ahmed Mohamed AliM.Sc.LecturerCivil Eng.
        18Inal Abdalla Ahmed AlhagM.Sc.LecturerElectronic Eng.
        19Ayat Younis Alshareef AlhassanM.Sc.LecturerPower Systems
        20Shaymaa Abdalla IbrahimM.Sc.LecturerArchitecture
        21Salma Babikir AbdelghaniM.Sc.LecturerArchitecture
        22Almigdad Salah EldinM.Sc.LecturerMechatronics Eng.
        23Haram Mohamed AlfatihM.Sc.LecturerMechatronics Eng.
        24Fawaz Fathi Taha MohamedB.Sc.Teaching Ass.Telecommunication
        25AbuElhassan Hussein AbuelhassanB.Sc.Teaching Ass.Power Systems
        26Wail Mutwakil Idris AhmedB.Sc.Teaching Ass.Control Systems
        27Sahar Rahmtalla GadainB.Sc.Teaching Ass.Biomedical Eng.
        28Marwa Alhussein AbdelgadirB.Sc.Teaching Ass.Electronic Eng.
        29Niama Zeinelbdeen AbdalhaiB.Sc.Teaching Ass.Electronic Eng.