You will learn and practice with a group of highly qualified experienced mechanical engineering faculty members.
Lab Instructor / Organizer
Muhammad Jasim holds both a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering and Bachelor Science (with honors) in Mechanical Engineering from AUS. Prior to joining AUS as a lab instructor, he worked as a lab instructor at University of Sharjah in the Sustainable and Renewable Energy Engineering Department.
His interests include non-Newtonian flows, energy generation, heat transfer, microflows and computational fluid dynamics.
Ali Wadi received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from AUS. He has been working in higher education for more than six years. He is currently a Laboratory Instructor with AUS Department of Mechanical Engineering, teaching an array of undergraduate/graduate laboratory-based courses. His research interests include robotics, modeling, nonlinear dynamics, control systems, drug delivery systems, stochastic estimation and sensor fusion. He is a published scholar with over 15 papers in leading refereed journals and conference proceedings.
Senior Lab Instructor
Mohammed Mustafa received his M Master of Science in Industrial Engineering from the Ryerson University, Canada. He has been working in higher education for more than five years. He is currently a Laboratory Instructor with the AUS Department of Mechanical Engineering, teaching an array of undergraduate laboratory-based courses.
Wasim Almasri received the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (minor in mechatronics) from the Jordan University of Science and Technology, Irbid, Jordan, in 2014, and the Master of Science in Mechatronics engineering from AUS in 2016. He received professional training in the King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau, Amman, Jordan, in 2013. He is currently an Instructor with the AUS Department of Mechanical Engineering. His teaching areas include computer applications for mechanical engineers, dynamics and control lab, and introduction to mechatronics. His current research interests include sensor fusion, state estimation, control theory, robotics, unmanned aerial vehicles, and mechatronics design.