Welcome to the AUS Department of Electrical Engineering.
Through experiential and applied learning, our excellent undergraduate and graduate accredited programs provide students with knowledge spanning all areas of electrical engineering, including artificial intelligence (AI), robotics and autonomous systems, electronics, communications, renewable energy, biomedical applications, and much more.
We are proud of our alumni, who are always highly regarded in the industrial ecosystem, as they are well-prepared for successful careers in the largest engineering job markets either in private industries or government agencies, in addition to graduate studies at top universities. |-BREAK-|
More information about specific areas of research, members of our faculty, and admission to our undergraduate and graduate programs can be found on this website. Also, I strongly encourage you to get in touch or stop by for a visit.
Mostafa Shaaban, PhD
Head of Department
Our electrical engineering faculty are renowned researchers and dedicated instructors. Hailing from leading universities from across the globe, our faculty have an international perspective coupled with a strong understanding of the GCC region, ensuring that their research is globally informed and regionally relevant. The department’s faculty members are involved in research that covers many important electrical engineering areas. Students have the opportunity to work with faculty on research projects, providing them with valuable experience and knowledge. Learn more about our department’s faculty members, who are listed below.
Alumni of the Department of Electrical Engineering are driving innovation and leading industry in the Middle East and abroad. Alumni work across the public and private sectors, contributing to economic growth and development and bettering the lives of individuals and communities. Our alumni have also pursued further study at renowned universities across the globe. Below is a list of organizations in which our alumni are working and studying, fulfilling their potential and generating positive impact.
SEE WHERE OUR ALUMNI ARE HAVING AN IMPACT.
From clean energy and biomedics to artificial intelligence and robotics, our department is focused on research that overcomes societal challenges and promotes sustainability, standards of living and healthcare. Learn more about the research focuses of our department below.
Electrical engineering students are at the heart of university life at AUS, taking part in events at the university, college and department level. A sign of the talent and commitment of our students, electrical engineering students have won the AUS President's Cup and the AUS Chancellor's Cup more than 10 times over the past 25 years.
Students can foster their passion for electrical engineering through the AUS Electrical Engineering Club. They are also welcome to join any of the four IEEE student chapters hosted by the department. IEEE is the professional home for the engineering and technology community worldwide. IEEE student chapters provide students with a community of peers, and a connection to faculty and industry professionals who drive innovation in countless technical fields. Student involvement, whether special projects, social and technical meetings, outreach programs or conferences, can help develop a record of accomplishment and capabilities beyond the norm. The four IEEE chapters hosted by the Department of Electrical Engineering are:
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Have a question? We would like to hear from you. Get in touch today.
Dr. Mostafa Shaaban
Tel +971 6 515 4912
Tel +971 6 515 2474
Academic Programs Coordinator
Tel +971 6 515 4902
Department of Electrical Engineering
College of Engineering
American University of Sharjah
PO Box 26666