The British University in Egypt celebrated the Annual Graduation Projects Day for the Engineering Faculty, in September 2016. Research Projects were selected in the fields of Architecture, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and Petroleum Engineering under the Supervision of Professor Maguid Hassan, Faculty of Engineering Dean.
Within Egypt’s vision, 2030 and the challenges of developing sustainability, the ideas and scenarios of different engineering disciplines were presented during the GPD 2017. The event created a dialogue between ideas and real needs of market and industry. All the engineering departments were working under one important theme which is the green infrastructure among them:
· Building & Construction

· Energy & Power

· Water & Wastewater

· Environment & Sustainability

· Civil and Electrical

· Chemical and Petroleum

Many International Companions attended the event and complimented the innovations of our students, were future cooperation will be implemented. Among them were:

· Huawei Academy.

· Enppi.

· Oriental Weavers.

· ECG.

· GD&P.

· Ministry of Housing.


















 
The Global Hybrid Electric Challenge in Egypt (GHEC-E) is a hands-on educational program for institutions of higher learning in Egypt with engineering, science, technology and business management programs. Student teams apply engineering design principles and strategy to construct and race full-size electric and hybrid-electric cars.The competition is held in two phases. The first phase is the Electric Grand Prix (E-GP) competition whereby teams drive their electrically powered vehicles as far as possible for one hour on the closed loop course using only energy stored in their batteries. The winner of the E-GP is the team with the longest distance travelled during this period. The second phase is the Hybrid-Electric Grand Prix (HE-GP) competition in which teams use petrol to increase their range and run as far as possible in a period of three hours on the closed loop course. The winner of the HE-GP is the team with the longest distance traveled in the three hour. The results of the two competitions are combined to decide on the overall challenge winner.

The BUE's team has been awarded the following prizes:
-The THIRD place in the hybrid race.
-The best presentation for Technical Innovation.
-The second best photo.
-The third best video.








 
Creative projects that serve the Egyptian society in all fields with a durable solutions.

The British University in Egypt Celebrated the Annual Graduation Projects Day for the Engineering Faculty, Wednesday the seventh of September, 2016, on the Campus. Where selected research projects in the fields of Architecture, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and Petroleum Engineering were presented under the Supervision of Professor Maguid Faculty of Engineering Dean.
Within Egypt’s vision 2030 and the challenges of developing the Suez Canal region and the ideas and scenarios of different engineering disciplines that has been presented during the GDP 2016. The event created a dialogue between ideas and real needs of the market industry tried to treat industrial and life problems in innovative ways, and low cost, demonstrating the scientific development of the British University in Egypt.

Among these projects:
-The Railway Automatic Network designed to solve accidents problems by applying artificial intelligence through the driving mechanism.
-The designing of a Wind Mill Fan to generate energy for sustainable generation of electricity.
-Urban Ecology as a Sustainable tool for the desertification of Egypt.
-Fuzzy Control of three degree of freedom system using multiple MR Dampers to save buildings from earth quakes.
-Optimizing of Solar / Wind Hybrid Systems in different locations in Egypt.

Many International Companies attended the event and complimented the innovations of our new cohort of Engineering graduates.










 
The British University in Egypt congratulates its graduate, Sherif Saoudy who had graduated from the BUE in year 2016, Faculty of Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering Department. He was awarded the best graduation project, year 2016, by the Egyptian Engineers Syndicate and SKF Egypt.
The Project was undertaken by the BUE graduate about creating an Experimental Investigation of industrial Gearbox condition using Wear Particle Analysis Technique. It was applied on the Oriental Weavers Factories. The project was supervised by Dr. Sayed Akl in the Mechanical Engineering Department.
The results of this project were published in ASME 2016 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition.
IMECE2016 November 11- 17, 2016, Phoenix, AZ, USA












 
The Faculty of Engineering began its first Awards Ceremony under the auspices of the Dean, Prof. Maguid Hassan, to recognize the outstanding efforts of faculty members and to honour undergraduate valedictorians of all current cohorts. The ceremony will continue to be held on an annual basis at the beginning of each academic year to praise the extraordinary accomplishments of all the members of the Engineering family in the previous academic year.