SJM Launches Engineering Students’ Research Club

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The HCT-Sharjah Men’s campus (SJM) has launched its Students’ Research Club, during a ceremony for the Engineering club which was attended by Dr. Abdulla Suwaiji, SJM Director, as well as Engineering faculty and over 200 engineering students.

Dr. Al Suwaiji emphasized the importance of establishing student clubs to enrich the campus social and entrepreneurial experience, and giving students the opportunity for distinction and social interaction with their peers.

Dr. Hassan Abdulmouti, of the SJM Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, established and launched the Students’ Research Club to help students with the scientific aspects of their projects and course work, and to prepare for future studies. Dr. Hassan announced the members of the club and the duties of each member including the club’s mission, vision and objective.

Clubs in colleges and universities all over the world serve a valuable function in educating the engineering students and building their professional character. The clubs offer a student with an opportunity to join a group of peers in a campus environment which fosters innovation, teamwork, productivity, integrity, leadership and service, Dr. Al Suwaiji emphasized.

SJM Engineering Program Chair, Dr. Mohammad Kilani, added that the clubs have been developing and facilitating the hands-on practical experience for engineering students so that a student gains an opportunity not only to learn new knowledge during his campus experience, but also to apply that knowledge in real world projects, and share this experience with peer students.

SJM clubs provide Sharjah engineering students with hands-on activities, extracurricular instruction, and team building exercises that give a greater understanding of how engineers find solutions to problems, Dr. Kilani added.

The main objective of this club is to upgrade and raise the level of students in terms of scientific and technical skills and help to promote innovation and community service. Students will gain important skills such as leadership, organizational skills, teamwork, event planning and making new friends.

The club’s activities are carefully planned to provide engineering students with variety of cultural, social and educational experiences. Its members are working on a range of different activities, some of these activities are very important and initial for their research, such as:

  • Designing small devices.
  • Searching information and literature review.
  • Conducting experiments.
  • Analyzing data and calculations
  • Collaborative research

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As shown in the table below, the club administrative committee consists of a chair, a vice chair, secretary, a treasurer, public relations officer, many executive assistants and members.

 

President Name: Hisham Hassan Alyassi ID: H00272162
Vice President Name: Abdelrahman Almulla ID: H00297588
Treasurer Name: Abdullah ali ID: H00302919
Secretary Name: Rashid Musabeh ID: H00087422
Public Relations Officer Name: Mohammed Jasem AlBlooshi ID: H00248165

Members:

  • Khalifa Ali Mousa.                   H00250350
  • Saleh Abdullah.                       H00248468
  • Marwan Ali.                             H00272048
  • Ali Ismail Al Jasmi H00283363
  • Mohamed Ali Almarzooqi H00271930
  • Yousif Mohamed AlMulla H00256780
  • Khalifa Ali Al Maeeni H00248470
  • Othman Buzarak             H00301870
  • Mahmood Almarzouqi    H00270365
  • Shaik Hussain                     H00355093
  • Fahad Ali Ahmed              H00300350
  • Salim Omar Alsuwaidi      H00302426
  • Nasser khalid Aljallaf       H00294094
  • Abdulrahim khaled           H00332764

The following Senior Design Project students, who are part of the Research Group, are doing many important research under the supervision of Dr. Hassan Abdulmouti:

  • Abdelrahman Almulla H00297588
  • Ali Ismail Al Jasmi H00283363
  • Hisham Malalla Alyassi H00272162
  • Mohamed Ali Almarzooqi H00271930
  • Mohammed Jasem AlBlooshi H00248165
  • Yousif Mohamed AlMulla H00256780

These students are recently conducting different research experiments on Generating Power from Innovative Solar Sphere for Different Applications.

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