The German Jordanian University (GJU) students have won two prizes in the graduation projects competition for engineering students in Jordanian universities for the year 2020, which is organized annually by the Jordanian Engineers Association (JEA) to motivate students to upgrade and raise the level of competition between creative and creative ideas for... Read More
Within King Abdullah II Fund for Development Project “Undergraduates Research & Innovation Support,” the Fund provided support for a remote sensing system development project for a group of students from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Communications- School of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (SEEIT), at the German... Read More
As part of the German IT Week, a research workshop took place on November 5th to intensify the scientific exchange between the German Jordan University (GJU) and the University of Fulda of Applied Sciences and with other German universities from the GJU support network. In addition to impressive presentations of the research areas of those involved, an... Read More
Dr. Ala’ Khalifeh from the School of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (SEEIT), at the German Jordanian university (GJU) has recently received the Best Presenter certificate for his paper presentation (DOUBLE MOBILITY WSN: EXPLOITING THE MOBILITY OF SINK AND CLUSTER HEAD NODES FOR BETTER WSN ENERGY PRESERVATION AND LIFETIME).
The German Jordanian University (GJU) participated in the specialized symposium organized by the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission in the field of Future Generations of Wireless Communication Systems (6G) and practical applications of wireless sensors.
On Wednesday, 26.08.2020, the MS@CPS project partners held an online open info day about the Cyber Physical System (CPS) master program. The MS program is funded by the Erasmus+. The event was moderated by Palestine Technical College – Deir El-Balah with the presence of all partners.
The President of the German Jordanian University (GJU), Prof. Manar Fayyad, and the Head of the educational sector at Huawei in Jordan, Naser Abdel Nour, discussed cooperation between the two sides in areas of common interest.
Student Fadia Alshoura from the School of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (SEEIT) - Computer Engineering Department at the German Jordanian University (GJU) defended her Master thesis entitled “ Optimization of Migration Cost for Network Function Virtualization Replacement”.
The German Jordanian University (GJU) announced that it has collaborated with Red Hat to create the GJU Red Hat Academy. Red Hat Academy is an open-source, web-deployed and web-managed education program that is designed to provide turnkey curriculum materials to academic institutions to start and sustain an open-source and Linux curriculum program.