PSUT students win the Jordan Engineers Association Graduation Project Competition

Monday, February 1, 2021 - 11:30


Students from Princess Sumaya University for Technology have won second and third places in the annual competition held by the Jordanian Engineers Association for students of Electrical Engineering at Jordanian universities with the aim of motivating graduates and raising the level of competitiveness in the innovative and creative ideas developed through their graduation projects.

HRH Princess Sumaya bint El Hassan, Chair of PSUT’s Board of Trustees, congratulated the two winning teams and their supervisors, expressing her pleasure at every achievement that puts the University at the forefront and confirms its supremacy. Her Highness praised the students’ efforts and their tireless pursuit to actively participate in competitions that serve to enrich their knowledge and hone their skills while helping them to achieve their future aspirations.

PSUT’s President, Prof. Mashhoor Al-Refai, expressed his pleasure at the students' well-deserved victory, praising their academic and practical capabilities and the efforts of their supervising instructors. He emphasized the great role that this competition plays in laying the groundwork for graduating students to be able to transform their knowledge into applications that serve the labor market, and link science with the requirements of daily life.

Second place was taken by the team of students Rajai Nassar and Zaid Al-Adwan for their design and simulation project in which they made a Power Factor Correction Converter under the supervision of Dr. Majd Batarseh. The project entitled LTS Network Planning & Visualization using Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Reality won third place for students Muhammad Abu Shukr, Muhammad Atallah, and Yahya Ghosheh under the supervision of Engineer Mohamed Taha.

Notably, students from PSUT previously won first and second places in the 2019 competition.