Depletion of traditional fuels and the exponential increase in energy demand will make energy resources an important issue worldwide. The interactions between human activities in the field of energy had become crucial. Excessive consumption of energy requires innovation and development of systems to utilize the available energy resources efficiently. This will ensure the optimal utilization of available resources, preserve the environment, and create new investment opportunities. Tools for addressing such situations include, but not limited to, Renewable Energy Systems, Alternative Fuels with appropriate developments in combustion systems, Fuel Cells Technologies, Energy Storage Systems, and Energy Conversions and Management. The program offered by the Department of Energy Recourses Engineering is a unique direction among Egyptian Universities and will contribute to the understanding of the above subjects and the national income.
The vision for the Department of Energy Resources Engineering is to be a national and international pioneering and referential offered program in innovation, adaptation, and development of energy conversion technologies through advanced working systems with high efficiency. Graduates of this program will meet the challenges of the growing energy demands without jeopardizing the environment.
The mission of the Department of Energy Resources Engineering is to prepare students well acquainted with the basics and the advances in theoretical and practical knowledge, research tools and acquiring professional skills development to tackle the current energy crisis with high-efficiency systems. This is to build an advanced collaborative system for adapting, developing energy technologies through promoting an effective research and development culture. Moreover, is to formulate comprehensive and competitive solutions, developing expertise, and high-qualified human resources. This will lead to the support of the national green economy and sustainable development, Renewable Energy Systems, Alternative Fuels with appropriate developments in combustion systems, Fuel Cells Technologies, Energy Storage Systems, and Energy Resources Conversion and Management.
To prepare graduates able to interact with the community towards more utilization of new and renewable sources of energy with efficient systems.
To prepare creative graduates to design, manage, build, operate, and maintain energy converting equipment and energy utilization systems without harm to the environment.
To prepare qualified graduates that can apply the latest technologies for the improvement of life quality. By considering and addressing energy resources with emphasis on national and international resources with associated problems.
To give an equal opportunity for students from any country to enroll in that unique energy resources engineering program.
To establish strong and effective co-operation with different national and international research institutes, centers, universities and industries relevant to energy and its applications.
To develop integrated teamwork interacting with other members from different E-JUST programs (Interdisciplinary research work).
M.Sc. students must complete a total of at least 36 credit hours, within the following guidelines:
Course work of 18 credit hours, including 6-credit hours core courses, 9-credit hours elective courses and 3-credit hours Project-Based Learning course.
Thesis work of 18 credit hours.
M.Sc. students have to pass successfully six courses with three credit hours each.
MSE 501 – Materials Properties and Chemical Changes
MSE 502 – Phase Equilibrium and Transformation
The student has to select three courses from the following group or from any other graduate program, according to the recommendations of the academic advisor.
MSE 503 – Microstructural Analysis of Solids
MSE 504 – Electronic and Photonic Properties of Materials
MSE 505 – Polymers Science and Engineering
MSE 506 – Advanced Dynamics of Materials
MSE 507 – Advanced Testing and Characterization Techniques
MSE 508 – Modelling and Simulation
MSE 509 – Advanced Mechanics of Materials I
MSE 510 – Finite element Modelling and Simulation
MSE 511 – Thin Film materials Technology
MSE 512 – Applied Physical Metallurgy
Project-Based Learning Courses:
M.Sc. students have to participate in the following teamwork project which is based on self-learning; Students have to present innovative concepts and competitive solutions. The total credits of the course are three.
MSE 701- Project-Based Learning in Materials Development, Characterization, and Integration in Engineering Systems.
The M.Sc. candidate should prepare and defend a Thesis based on high-valued research work in one research topic in the fields of Materials Science and Engineering.
MSE 801 – M.Sc. Thesis