Energy Engineering Department's students will not be able to register for ENE598 Graduation Project I online as it will be blocked; however, the Chairman will give you an exemption to register if you follow these steps:
  • Successfully complete at least 120 credit hours.
  • Find an adviser; you can contact any of the Energy Engineering Department’s faculty.
  • If you, your team, and your adviser all agree on the scope of your GP work, then you, each one of your teammates individually, and your adviser will have to fill out and sign the Student/Adviser Form showing that all parties agree to work together.
  • You must abide by the GP report's template (pdf read-only version).
It is up to you and your adviser to decide on the size of each team. For example, some faculty members accept only one or two students per team but others could allow up to three in one team.
All students must also know that neither ENE598 Graduation Project I nor ENE599 Graduation Project II will be offered during the summer semesters under any circumstances so your GP work must be completed over two consecutive semesters and none of them can be the summer semester.
GP Journal Publications
  • Mohamad K. Khawaja, Mohammad Khanfar, Talin Oghlenian, Waed Alnahar, "Fabrication and electrochemical characterization of graphene-oxide supercapacitor electrodes with activated carbon current collectors on graphite substrates” Computers & Electrical Engineering , 85, 106678, (2020)
  • Mohamad K. Khawaja, Ammar Alkhalidi, Sara Mansour, "Environmental impacts of energy storage waste and regional legislation to curtail their effects – highlighting the status in Jordan" Journal of Energy Storage, 26, 100919 (2019)
  • Ammar Alkhalidi, Abeer Abuothman, Abdallah AlDweik, and Al-Hamza Al-Bazaz, "Is it a possibility to achieve energy plus prefabricated building worldwide?" Environmental and Climate Technologies
  • Ammar Alkhalidi, Mohamad K. Khawaja, Dana Abusubaih, "Energy-efficient cooling and heating of aquaponics facilities based on regional climate" International Journal of Low-Carbon Technologies, 2019, 00, 1–12
  • Ammar Alkhalidi, Louy Qoaider, Amjad Khashman, Abdel Rahman Al-Alami, Said Jiryes, “Energy and Water as Indicators for Sustainable City Site Selection and Design in Jordan using smart grid” Sustainable Cities and Society, Vol. 37, 2018, pp. 125-132
GP Conference Publications
  • Mohamad K. Khawaja, Mohammad F. Khanfar, Talin Oghlenian, Waed Alnahar, "Fabrication and Electrochemical Characterization of Carbon Based Supercapacitor Electrodes" IEEE - 2019 10th International Renewable Energy Congress (IREC)
  • Ammar Alkhalidi, Ahmad Fraihat, and Khaled Masaeed, "Micro-Smart Wind Collecting Technology", 7th International Renewable and Sustainable Energy Conference (IRSEC 2019), November 27-30, 2019, Agadir, Morocco
  • Ammar Alkhalidi, Suhil Kiwan, and Haya Hamasha. "A Comparative Study between Jordanian Overall Heat Transfer Coefficient (U-Value) and International Building Codes" 10th International Renewable Energy Congress (IREC 2019), March 26-28, Sousse, Tunisia
  • Ammar Alkhalidi and Dana Abusubaih, "Energy Efficient Aquaponics" The International Conference on Energy, Water & Environmental Sciences (ICEWES 2018), Ras Al Khaimah-UAE, November 13-15, 2018
  • Ammar Alkhalidi, Yazeed Al-Mousa, Mustafa Zubeidy. "Wind Turbine Coupled with Perpetual Motion" 2017 International Renewable and Sustainable Energy Conference (IRSEC) 2017 Dec 4 (pp. 1-4). IEEE