CEN Outreach Hub | American University of Sharjah

Welcome to the CEN Outreach Hub

Whether you are a multinational corporation looking to revamp your supply chain management or a startup seeking to develop new technology, the AUS College of Engineering (CEN) has the knowledge and resources to push your company to the forefront of the marketplace.

Our Engineering Outreach Program makes the engineering experience and expertise of AUS accessible to potential partners in industry, government and other institutes.

From our 40 professional training programs to the internationally recognized research projects of our faculty members, AUS CEN has a proven track record of applying our specialized technical knowledge to create solutions for our partners.

Jobs and Internships

Internships are a cost-effective way for employers to pre-screen, evaluate, train, recruit and potentially hire talent. Employer participation helps students and faculty understand what is important in your industry and the skills valued so that we can better educate students to make an immediate contribution to your organization.

Who is eligible for an internship?

Students in AUS College of Engineering (CEN) are required to do an internship as a graduation requirement. Students who are taking more than 7 credit hours during the fall and spring academic semesters are not allowed to take the internship course. Moreover, students who are taking a course during the summer term are not allowed to register for the internship course. Eligible students can do their internships during the summer break, starting from May 28, 2024 to August 22, 2024.

Recruitment Process

To ensure mutually beneficial outcomes from the internship, we encourage employers to share with us a detailed job description. The recruitment process is based on the steps below:

  • College of Engineering receives the request and internship description from the company.
  • The opportunity is shared with the students through the university's career portal.
  • Students can find the available job opportunities through the www.aus.edu/careerportal portal. CEN can also help identify students for these opportunities.
  • The company conducts interviews with the students if necessary.
  • The company updates the college with the selected students.
Work Environment Requirements

The students are required to work physically on the employer’s site or virtually online
The company that provides an internship opportunity must have an official trade license in the country that it is operating in. In special circumstances, opportunities from startup companies could be accommodated.

Internship Objectives

As much as possible the internship should provide:

  • exposure to the overall professional experience
  • an opportunity for interns to apply what they have learned in their university education
Learning Outcomes

Technical Competencies

The following internship outcomes are expected for students in computer science and engineering:

  • develop an understanding of engineering practices and interpersonal skills by interacting with supervisors and colleagues
  • apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to solve assigned problems in the workplace
  • learn independently and appreciate the value of continuous learning
  • use available company resources to understand technical, economic, environmental and safety information related to the company
  • observe and practice professional ethics
  • write a professional report

Behavioral Competencies

The following behavioral competencies (i.e. soft skills) should be developed:

  • teamwork
  • multicultural and interpersonal skills
  • presentation skills
  • project management skills
  • communication skills
  • The company should assign a specific supervisor for the interns. The role of the supervisor is to ensure the assigned tasks are fully achieved and provide guidance to the students.
  • Students are requested to keep a daily log.
  • Students will have to submit a weekly journal.
  • It is recommended that a specific supervisor meets with the intern on a daily basis to ensure that the intern is engaged and has a daily plan.
  • Where possible, interns should be present in departmental meetings so that they gain exposure to the professional work culture and the sharing of ideas.
  • Interns can submit their ideas and suggestions after the meetings to their supervisors.
  • In addition to a thorough orientation of the department, and overall organization, interns will need a technical orientation on the tools that are used for holding meetings and sharing and collaborating on documents.
  • The intern and faculty supervisor will set objectives for the program of work to be carried out during the internship, and the intern will submit a final report to the faculty supervisor.

At the end of the internship placement of the student, the College of Engineering will share a specific form for evaluating the student. The supervisor is requested to submit a final evaluation report on the technical and behavioral aspects of the interns.

Contact Us

If you would like to offer job opportunities or internships for engineering students, please send an email to [email protected].

Career Hub

The CEN Career Hub provides students with career support, guidance and personal development tools that enables them to transition from a university setting into industry and business life.

The Career Hub offers the following services to CEN students:

  • one-on-one career advising
  • career development workshops
  • internships
  • job placement
  • access to helpful resources

Executive Education

The College of Engineering has everything you need to sharpen your competitive edge. Our experts have the experience and expertise to boost your position in the marketplace. From our many professional training programs, to the internationally recognized research projects of our faculty members, we have a proven track record of applying our specialized technical knowledge to create solutions for industry partners. Whether you are a multinational corporation looking to revamp your supply chain management or technical skills, or a start-up seeking to develop new technology, we have the knowledge and resources to push your company to the forefront of the marketplace. Our executive education courses can be delivered within AUS’ state-of-the-art facilities, within an organization’s premises or online and can be offered to organizations or individuals.

AUS Engineering Collaborations

In addition to AUS Engineering Al Nukhba (Elite) Program, AUS has signed Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) that are related to student scholarships, student activities and research. This is done under the objective of formalizing frameworks of cooperation and facilitating collaboration with other institutions in areas of mutual interest.

AUS Engineering Memoranda of Understanding
Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology
Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences
AUS Engineering Al Nukhba Memoranda of Agreement
Dubai Police Academy
Sharjah National Oil Corporation (SNOC)
Beta Information Technology
Schneider Electric
AUS Engineering 4+1 Study Abroad Memoranda of Agreement
Lawrence Technological University
University of Edinburgh School of Engineering

Engineering Al Nukhba Program

The College of Engineering's AUS Engineering Al Nukhba (Elite) Program is designed to strengthen the college’s industrial outreach and enrich the learning experience of students.

Through the program, CEN will establish a framework of cooperation through memoranda of agreements. These will focus on areas of mutual interest such as research, development, training programs, internships, exchange of information and personnel, joint supervision of students’ capstone projects and  field trip visits. This mutually beneficial enables students to gain valuable experience, while industry partners benefit from the skills of dedicated and talented AUS students. 

As part of their graduation requirements, CEN students must complete an internship lasting a minimum of 16 weeks. The Al Nukhba (Elite) Program is part of the college’s commitment to helping its students make the most of their internship opportunities, equipping them with the requisite knowledge and skills and connecting them to corporate and industrial entities that match their majors.

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Memoranda of Agreements

Dubai Police Academy

Dubai Police College was established in 1987 by virtue of Law No. (1) of 1987. The study officially started on September 19, 1987, starting from the Police Training School of Emergency Department at that time until the completion of the Academy building in its current form. The basic infrastructure of the College was completed in October 1988 upon issuance of Resolution No. (1) of 1988 Regarding the By law of Police College, and the College was officially inaugurated on April 1, 1989. The College name was changed to Academy on 13/12/2001.

The Agreement:

Under a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed as part of the university’s College of Engineering’s (CEN) Al Nukhba Program, the Dubai Police Academy commits to providing internships annually for four AUS students, which is an integral part of their graduation requirements, enriching their educational journey with practical, real-world experience. The Dubai Police Academy will be training AUS UAE national students, contributing significantly to the cultivation of local engineering talent.

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Waseela is a subsidiary of “Revonence Technologies International”, an international holding company investing in technologies and companies contributing to the 4th industrial revolution. Established in 2007, today Waseela has fully-operational branches in Jordan, UAE, KSA, and Qatar, in addition to projects and accounts relationships in Oman, Iraq, Egypt and Libya with over 270 professional employees.

The Agreement:

The collaboration, which operates within the framework of the AUS Engineering Al Nukhba (Elite) Program, will see Waseela supporting the training of AUS students through internships, providing invaluable hands-on experience to complement academic learning and meet graduation requirements. AUS students will gain access to IoT development kits and dashboards provided by Waseela, empowering them to explore, experiment and innovate solutions leveraging the latest technologies, in a testament to its dedication to nurturing student talent and driving innovation.

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Two visionary gentlemen who, having worked in various capacities with top technology vendors as well as the channel, realized that there existed gaps in the “value-added” distribution landscape that could be filled by adopting a holistic approach to IT Security Distribution business.

StarLink was thus born, filling these gaps with ‘TRUE VALUE’ and LINKING the various stakeholders of the burgeoning value chain within the tech industry in the region.

The Agreement:

The MOA, which operates within the framework of the AUS Engineering Al Nukhba (elite) Program, outlines an approach to cooperation between CEN and Starlink. Among its provisions, Starlink pledges to offer annual internships to AUS students, enriching their educational journey with practical experience integral to their graduation requirements. Both parties will jointly supervise selected capstone and research projects, leveraging their expertise to steer students towards impactful research outcomes.

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Sharjah National Oil Corporation (SNOC)

Sharjah National Oil Corporation (SNOC) is government-owned and is the oil and gas industry executive arm of the Emirate, under the auspices of the Petroleum Council of Sharjah. Established in October 2010, SNOC owns and manages Sharjah concession oil and gas assets and is the main supplier of gas in Sharjah. SNOC is developing a diversified energy portfolio. Besides its exploration activities in collaboration with international petroleum entities such as Eni and PTTEP, SNOC has initiated a strategic underground gas storage project. With its declared commitment of Net-Zero by 2032, SNOC has other several initiatives, including renewables, and CCS research.

The Agreement:

Under the agreement, which operates within the framework of the AUS Engineering Al Nukhba (elite) Program, SNOC will support the training of AUS students through internships required for graduation, providing them with hands-on experience to complement their academic studies and practical understanding of the oil and gas industry. This collaboration will also see SNOC and AUS jointly supervise select student capstone projects, fostering innovation and practical problem-solving skills among students.

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Beta Information Technology

Beta Information Technology is a system integrator of information technology infrastructure systems to serve enterprise and telecom customers. They are leading the industry in transforming and securing customers' digital infrastructure. They strive to understand their clients’ challenges and business priorities. They apply a use case based approach to map technology solutions and services to clients needs. They help their clients, through their Digital Transformation Journey, stay secure and achieve regulatory compliance.

The Agreement:

The agreement between CEN and Beta Information Technology opens doors to practical training and internship opportunities in vital IT sectors. This strategic approach aims to arm students with the skills and insights needed to navigate the global workplace confidently. Furthermore, the collaboration promises to blend academic rigor with industry expertise through joint supervision of capstone and research projects.

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Petrofac is a leading energy services company that helps their clients meet the world’s evolving energy needs. They use their engineering know-how and their consultancy expertise to design, build and operate world-class energy facilities that are engineered for safety, optimal efficiency and low emissions. They operate in a range of markets and work across the entire asset life-cycle, from design to decommissioning. These competencies, supported by flexible commercial models, robust local delivery, and a technology neutral approach, set them apart. Their operations are heavily dependent on their ability to attract, retain and lead the right level of skilled and experienced personnel. Core to their offering is their distinctive, delivery-focused culture.

The Agreement:

This partnership will see Petrofac offer a minimum of 15 AUS students internships within Petrofac's IT division. Also, female members of Petrofac’s IT team will serve as mentors to female AUS students, guiding and inspiring them to pursue their ambitions in STEM-related fields. Moreover, Petrofac will actively engage with AUS in designing and implementing IT-related final-year curriculum projects.

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MEA-Comm, a leading technology company, includes a team of forward-thinking individuals who are dedicated to driving innovation and future connectivity in the MEA region. They are passionate about fostering the adoption of new technologies and digital services, working to transform the region into a thriving digital economy. They understand the importance of connectivity in today’s world and believe that everyone should have access to the tools and resources necessary to succeed in the digital age. With their cutting-edge technology, they are breaking down barriers and empowering businesses, industries and individuals to thrive in a rapidly evolving digital landscape. Their in-house developed solutions are at the forefront of the 5G revolution, making it a commodity that is accessible to all. They believe that connectivity is essential for success in the digital age, and they are committed to bridging the digital divide by empowering underserved communities with the tools and resources they need to thrive. At MEA-Comm, they are more than just a technology company–they are catalysts for change, working tirelessly to create a more equitable and sustainable future for all.

The Agreement:

MEA-Comm will play a pivotal role in supporting AUS by providing valuable internships to students, allowing them to broaden their education and gain practical experience. The collaboration also extends to jointly supervising selected capstone and research projects whenever possible. Both MEA-Comm and AUS will engage in joint research and development initiatives, focusing on advanced open and interoperable standard-based radio systems, as well as digital and IoT solutions. Additionally, both parties will collaborate on applying for research and development grants, leveraging the expertise of AUS professors.

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Hikvision an AioT solution provider with video at its core competency. Hikvision provides a broad range of physical security products, covering video security, access control and alarm systems. Hikvision also provides integrated security solutions powered by AI technology to support end-users with new applications and possibilities for safety management and business intelligence.

The Agreement:

Hikvision will play a fundamental role in supporting AUS through diverse avenues. This includes providing specialized devices and resources to enhance the learning experience and capacity-building of AUS students, as well as sharing of expertise in critical areas. Hikvision will also offer internships to two CEN students annually. The agreement also calls for jointly supervising capstone and research projects, organizing enlightening field trips to Hikvision's exhibition and research centers, and promoting the exchange of knowledge through invited speakers.

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Schneider Electric

As the leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, Schneider Electric drives digital transformation by integrating world-leading process and energy technologies to realize the full efficiency and sustainability opportunities for businesses. They provide end-point to cloud integration connecting products, controls, software and services. They enable lifecycle solutions from design and build to operate and maintain phases through a digital twin. They deliver capabilities to transform from site-to-site to an integrated company management. Their integrated solutions are built with safety, reliability and cybersecurity for homes, buildings, data centers, infrastructure and industries.

The Agreement:

Schneider Electric will help build the capacity of CEN students by providing training and internship opportunities, jointly supervising student capstone and research projects, and hosting student field visits to Schneider Electric’s exhibition and research centers. The agreement will also allow for an exchange of knowledge and expertise between CEN’s world-class faculty and Schneider Electric by giving access to AUS students and faculty to Schneider Electric’s Energy University and Schneider Electric Academy Resources.

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As one of the leading distributors of the finest IT products in the Middle East and Africa, Mindware's extensive portfolio includes top-class global brands reaching out to over 4,000 partners. Mindware’s comprehensive offering includes a selection of infrastructure, networking, security and storage leading brands. As part of its VAD methodology, Mindware also offers supplementary value-added services to its reselling partners including pre-sales consultancy, implementation services, local technical support, marketing enablement tools and multiple channel-enabling programs. Headquartered in Dubai since 1991, Mindware has been uncompromisingly serving its customers for more than three decades.

The Agreement:

Mindware will be training and building the capacity of CEN students by providing internships, jointly supervising student capstone and research projects, and hosting student field visits. The agreement will also allow for an exchange of knowledge and expertise between CEN’s world-class faculty and Mindware. 

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How to Join the AUS Engineering Al Nukhba (Elite) Program

If you would like to join AUS Engineering Al Nukhba (Elite) Program, kindly send an email to [email protected] with the following details: 

  • Company Name
  • Website
  • Contact Person
  • Title of the Contact Person
  • Phone Number / Mobile Number
  • Email Address
  • AUS Engineering Al Nukhba (Elite) Program Commitment: such as research, development, training programs, internships, exchange of information and personnel, joint supervision of students’ capstone projects and field trip visits. 

Once the email is received, the College of Engineering will set up a meeting to establish a framework of cooperation through a memorandum of agreement.

Industry-Sponsored Projects

CEN students are required to complete a one-year capstone graduation project during their senior year of full-time studies at AUS. Projects are conducted by teams consisting of three to four students under the supervision of a CEN faculty member. In many cases, students elect to extend the internship work to be their graduation project, and that typically includes a mentor from industry.

Industry partners are welcome to sponsor these senior design projects in the form of mentoring or provision of resources.

Sample of Industry-Sponsored Senior Design Projects

Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering 

Project Title: Carbon Dioxide Capture Using Algae with Innovative Bioreactor Technology

Students: Fizza Shaheer, Kelly Percival, Maria Hany, Rafia Talukder, Syed Talha

Advisors: Dr. Zarook Shareefdeen, Dr. Ahmad Aidan

Sponsor: UAE Ministry of Climate Change and Environment

Project Title: Recovery of Lithium and Other Metals from Spent Electric Vehicle Lithium-Ion Batteries 

Students: Lamees Bougas, Amaan Memon, Khalifa Alduhoori, Nada Nasser, Latifa Alshalahi

Advisors: Dr. Sameer Al-Asheh, Dr. Ahmad Aidan

Sponsor: BEEA'H

Project Title: Chemical Extraction of Copper from Spent Copper Collector Bars 

Students: Abdallah Al Hajar, Mallak Alhadidy, Shamma Obaidallah, Omid Muhammad Ali, Dana Arjomand 

Advisors: Dr. Sameer Al-Asheh, Dr. Ahmad Aidan

Sponsor: Emirates Global Aluminum (EGA)

Department of Civil Engineering

Project Title: Traffic Impact Study for Nesto Supermarket in Al Khan

Students: Yousef Hegazy, Mohamad ElKhatib, Mohamad Shalabi, Ibrahim Jamal 

Advisors: Dr. Akmal Abdelfatah

Sponsor: Sharjah Road and Transport Authority (SRTA) and Road and Traffic Consultant (RTC) - Dubai

Project Title: Design of Concrete Pedestrian Bridge Reinforced with Steel-FRP Composite Bars (SFCBs)

Students: Ameen O. Abushairah, Mohammad F. Rahma, Alya A. Almusallam, Mohamed Ahmed Nass

Advisors: Dr. Mohammad AlHamaydeh

Sponsor: ORYX MIX Concrete Manufacturing L.L.C.

Project Title: Repair and Strengthening of CFRP-Wrapped Concrete Cylinders Exposed to Elevated Temperatures 

Students: Hind Alharmoodi, Abdallah Hajjaj, Abdulaziz Aljarwan

Advisors: Dr. Rami Hawileh, Dr. Jamal Abdalla

Sponsor: Emirates Beton & MAPEI

Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Project Title: Incrementally Trained Scene Text Recognition Model for Metal Etchings

Students: Abdullah Usmani, Youssef Elmadany, Abdullah Zahid, Samir Mahmood

Advisors: Dr. Imran Zualkernan

Sponsor: Lufthansa Technik

Project Title: An IoT System Using Deep Learning to Classify Camera Trap Images on the Edge

Students: A.R. Sajun,  B.R. Gomez,  L.A. Hussain

Advisors: Dr. Imran Zualkernan, Dr. Salam Dhou

Sponsor: Emirates Nature-WWF

Project Title: Traffic Sign Detection and Localization on the Edge

Students: Aadith Shankarnarayanan, Vibha Bhavikatti, Koushal Parupudi, Raad Munshi

Advisors: Dr. Imran Zualkernan, Dr. Dana Dghaym

Sponsor: iEngineering

Department of Electrical Engineering

Project Title: Smart Solar Electric Car

Students: Maryam Bin Sulaiman Almalik, Osama Alalawi, Shaikha Mira Al Mualla

Advisors: Dr. Mostafa Shaaban, Dr. Mahmoud Ibrahim

Sponsor: Al Baheth program, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority

Project Title: Net-Zero Smart Home

Students: Ibrahim Aldahery, Noora Al-ali, Hessa Almheiri, Reem Almaazmi, Sarah Sinno, Rokia Mahmoud Daoud, Mahdi Ali Mohammed

Advisors: Dr. Mostafa Shabaan, Dr. Mohammed Mortula, Dr. Kazi Fattah

Sponsor: GE Appliances/Haier, Rentech, Ideal Standard, Rheem

Project Title: Metal Surface Crack Detection System

Students: Safwan Ismail Khan, Mostafa Ahmed Nasr, Mohamed Elrashid Hassan

Advisors: Dr. Nasser Qaddoumi, Dr. Amer Zakaria

Sponsor: Road and Transport Authority (RTA)

Department of Industrial Engineering

Project Title: Last Mile Delivery with AJEX

Students: Mohd Shafiq Rabi Daas, Zaid Yaser Alzubaidi, Ayah Khaled Abdallah, Najla Subhi Abukwiak, Saif Rahhal

Advisors: Dr. Moncer Hariga

Sponsor: AJEX Logistics Services

Project Title: GE Operation Cost Reduction

Students: Marwa Abdullah Saadat, Noura Abdulla Al Ali, Adel Faisal Alomar, Omar Raed Agha AlNimer

Advisors: Dr. Zied Bahroun

Sponsor: General Electric

Project Title: FireX Factory Optimization and Process Improvement

Students: Basel Sameh Rezeq, Youssef Mohamed Aly, Lujeen Emad Awad, Eelaaf Abdulbaset Albastaki, Amena Khaled Saad

Advisors: Dr. Malick Ndiaye

Sponsor: Emirates Fire Fighting Equipment Factory (FIREX)

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Project Title: Design and Construction of an Autonomous Lawn Mower

Students: Abduallah Ala-Eddine, Abdul Hasan Jabar, Khaled Hamed

Advisors: Dr. Mamoun Abdel-Hafez

Sponsor: Abu Dhabi Municipality

Project Title: Fully Automated PV Cleaning Robot

Students: Amro Dajani, Samer El-Khatib, Tarek Knio

Advisors: Dr. Mohammad Hamdan, Dr. Mohammad Jaradat

Sponsor: CitySolar and Integrated Industries 

Project Title: Oil Spill Cleaning Autonomous Robot (OSCAR)

Students: Hassan Sajid, Vishwesh Kumar Maheshwari, Shaikha Al Zarooni, Muhammad Mubeen

Advisors: Dr. Mohammad Jaradat

Sponsor: KNZ Middle East

Contact Us

For industrial entities that are interested in sponsoring senior design projects, please send an email to [email protected].

School Activities

The College of Engineering (CEN) provides many opportunities for high school students to engage and learn about the various engineering disciplines that AUS offers. Explore our list of upcoming workshops and boot camps.

Boot Camps

Design, Explore and Build: A Mechanical Engineering Bootcamp (April 2024)

Venue: American University of Sharjah Campus

Date: April 20 - 21, 27 - 28, 2024

Time: 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Admission: Free

Audience: Grades 10-12

  • Learn how mechanical engineers solve problems and make a difference using modern engineering software.
  • Find out about the mechanical engineering degree program and future career options.
  • Enjoy hands-on activities and build your critical thinking skills.
  • Improve your communication and collaboration skills.
  • Make new friends with similar interests.
  • Earn a professional Training Certificate from one of the most sought-after higher education institutions in the region.

For more information and to register, please click here.

Digital Construction Engineering and Management Bootcamp (April 2024)

Venue: American University of Sharjah Campus

Date: April 27 - 28, 2024

Time: 9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Admission: Free

Audience: Grades 10-12

  • explore different specializations within the digital construction engineering and management disciplines
  • participate in collaborative group activities and competitions
  • enjoy interactive hand-on experiments
  • engage with students from other schools
  • experience campus life at AUS
  • learn about the new Bachelor of Science in Digital Construction Engineering and Management degree program at AUS

For more information and to register, please click here.

Fifth Industrial Engineering Boot Camp (May 2024)

Venue: American University of Sharjah Campus

Date: May 19, 2024

Time: 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Admission: Free

Audience: Grades 10-12

If you are looking for an ever-evolving career that is in high demand, we are inviting you to explore the field of industrial engineering. The Department of Industrial Engineering at AUS is hosting the Industrial Engineering Boot Camp for high school students. The camp will cover emerging areas of artificial intelligence and machine learning, data science and big data, smart manufacturing and Industry 4.0 in enjoyable, collaborative group activities and competitions, along with interactive and hands-on sessions in our state-of-the-art labs. 

For more information and to register, please click here.


Chemical and Biological Engineering High School Competition (May 2024)

Venue: American University of Sharjah Campus

Date: May 5, 2024

Time: 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Admission: Free

Audience: Grades 10-12


At this informative and engaging competition, students will:

·         Explore more about chemical and biological engineering

·         Learn about practical skills in chemical and biological engineering

·         Engage in hands-on experimental activities on heat exchangers

·         Work collaboratively in teams

·         Interact with students from other schools

·         Enjoy an unforgettable campus experience at AUS

Problem Statement:

Heat exchangers are an integral part of the several processes in chemical and biological engineering. A heat exchanger, in general, is a device that is employed to transfer thermal energy between two materials such as two liquids or a solid and a liquid. In this competition, students are required to design and construct a small heat exchanger that is able to efficiently transfer heat between equal amounts of ice-cold water and room-temperature water. Students must ensure that the exchanger is compact, simple to use, and minimizes heat exchange with the surroundings. Also, students must utilize low-cost, natural, recyclable, and/or ordinary materials of their own choice to build the heat exchanger. The heat exchanger must be highly effective in cooling down the room-temperature water.

Groups: Maximum 4 students per group from the same school. Multiple groups from the same school are allowed. Competition rules and judging criteria to be announced after the registration deadline is closed.

For more information and to register, please click here.

Open Days

Industrial Engineering Open Day (June 2024)

Venue: American University of Sharjah Campus

Date: June 9, 2024

Time: 1:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Admission: Free

Audience: High School students and parents

Discover what industrial engineering at AUS entails and meet with current faculty and students.

For more information and to register, please click here.


How are Integrated Circuit Chips Made? (April 2024)

Venue: American University of Sharjah Campus

Date: April 21, 2024

Time: 10:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Admission: Free

Audience: Grades 10-12

This workshop introduces the basic principle behind making integrated circuits, commonly called chips. The workshop will look into the fabrication process, step by step. Simple methods and analogies will be applied to help explain the process. The students will get opportunities to experiment first hand and to ask questions. 

For more information and to register, please click here.

AUS Engineering Shadow Program

Through this program, high school students in grades 11 and 12 get to experience a day in the life of an AUS engineering student. Your guide for the day will be a student in your major of interest, and as their “shadow,” you will attend classes, meet our engineering students and professors, and experience some of our on-campus facilities.

  • The AUS Engineering Shadow Program will run throughout the academic year.
  • Dates and times for the shadowing program are listed on the registration form.
  • For more information, click here.
Explore Engineering at AUS

The College of Engineering (CEN) at American University of Sharjah (AUS) cordially invites you to the Explore Engineering at AUS informational session for high school counselors from selected UAE schools. This informative event will give you a close look at the highly regarded and accredited degree programs offered by our College of Engineering. The college’s team of administrators, including the dean, associate deans and heads of departments, will be available to meet with you and answer any questions you may have. The event will also include a campus tour and a visit to our state-of-the-art lab facilities. Check this website for upcoming events.

CEN Open Day

American University of Sharjah (AUS) invites you to discover its College of Engineering (CEN), home to the most outstanding faculty, facilities and alumni in the region. From discovering new renewable energy resources, to 3D printing entire homes, to getting the Hope Probe to Mars, our alumni continue to make a difference in the region, the world–and even the universe! Check this website for upcoming events.

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