Industrial Engineering students, Nart Kabrtay, Ali Al-jazi, and Yanal Mashouqah, Improved Production Planning Activities At Spartan Modern Industry. The project was advised by Dr. Safwan Altarazi and completed in May 2011. To see the full report click here

Industrial Engineering students, Mohammad Obeid, Rashed Aljanadyeh, and laith Abdul rahim, Lean Principles for Changeover Time Reduction at Hikma Pharmaceuticals. The project was advised by Dr. Mohammed Nazzal and completed in May 2011.

Mechatronics Engineering students, Tareq Mamkegh, Mohammad Al-Ja'abary, and Ahmad Hindash, designed and implemented a walking robot platform that can be wirelessly operated from a portable computer. The battery powered hexapod used 24 servo motors and implemented efficient and smooth walking using inverse kinematics. The project was advised by Dr. Nathir Rawashdeh and completed in May 2011. To... Read more

Mechatronics Engineering students, Ahmad Bino, Tariq Adaileh, and Hudhaifah Jasim, built an autonomous ground vehicle and were the first Middle Eastern university to compete at the 19thannual Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition (IGVC) held at Oakland University in Michigan, USA in June 2011. Achieving a rank 21/44, the vehicle autonomously navigated a delineated path on grass and avoided... Read more

Completed in May 2010, this was the first Mechatronics Engineering graduation project to see the light. Students Abdalla Zaid Alkilani and Saifallah Qasim, built a wirelessly controlled quadrotor, implementing attitude control and pulse width modulation. The project was advised by Dr. Mohammad Nazzal, and Dr. Nathir Rawashdeh, and won the Mechatronics Karlsruhe Award 2010, and 1’st place in... Read more

In this project, simple yet informative compact and mobile laboratory experiments are performed by school students at their school premises. IEEE GJU volunteers visit schools with all materials required to build the experiments, and help students in building and understanding the experiments. The students build the experiments by themselves from scratch, which enhances their hands on skills.... Read more

The Toothpick bridge contest is an open competition to all students in five Universities throughout Jordan. The goal of the contest is to design the strongest bridge using only wooden toothpicks and glue. The winning bridge weighs less than 100 grams and was able to carry a 35 kg (VIDEO).

City light hack is a project that turns a building into a large Dot Matrix Screen. The GJU IEEE Branch has built this project from scratch. The Students control the building's lights using a Computer and a Board (VIDEO).

This video presents selected activities for the German Jordanian University IEEE Branch in the academic year 2009-2010 (VIDEO).

Industrial Engineering students, Mohammad Obeid, Rashed Aljanadyeh, and laith Abdul rahim, Lean Principles for Changeover Time Reduction at Hikma Pharmaceuticals. The project was advised by Dr. Mohammed Nazzal and completed in May 2011.