College of Engineering

The University President honors the the College of Engineering team

Source: King Khalid University_ Media Center His Excellency the University President Prof. Falleh bin Raja Allah Al-Sulami, honored the team behind the initiative producing and manufacturing products to limit the spread of COVID-19. The initiative was organized by the Collage of Engineering as a part of its community services to fight against COVID-19. The Collage’ male and female students and professors participated in the initiative. The honoring was attended by the Collage Dean Dr. Muhammad Al Misfer, and the initiative’s Supervisor Dr. Ahmad bin Dejum. The initiative focused on manufacturing preventive medical products, ventilators spare parts using 3D printers, to limit the spread of the virus. His Excellency the University President thanked the whole team members and praised their efforts in participating with the national efforts to limit the spread of this pandemic. The initiative’s Supervisor Dr. Ahmad bin Dejum, explained the initiative’s team ,manufactured more than 17800 piece which included 6 different products. He confirmed the initiative trained more than 21 students in the steps of manufacturing, assembling and packing. He thanked his Excellency the University President for supporting this initiative and its outcomes. This initiative had a team of students and another of faculty members which was chaired by Dr. Ahmad bin Dejum. Dr. Saqr Al-Omari, Dr. Ali Anaki and Dr. Ahmed Al-Qahtani were members in this team. The initiative’s products were distributed to a number of entities in collaboration with "Nashama Asir” project. The initiative had an advanced position among 12 voluntary projects honored by His Royal Highness Asir’s Prince
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College of Engineering Pulls Together to Produce 11,000 Pieces of Medical Equipment During Pandemic

Source: King Khalid University - Media Center  In earlier news stories, we reported — under the patronage of His Excellency Rector Al-Solamy — that the College of Engineering launched an initiative for manufacturing medical equipment and personal protective equipment (PPE), using 3D printing in the Digital Fabrication Lab, to help meet the critical shortage for medical professionals treating COVID-19 patients. We noted that students from the College of Engineering will participate under the supervision of highly experienced faculty members on the initiative team. We are pleased to announce that this initiative, which is part of "Mobaderoon", has led to the production of more than 11,000 pieces of medical equipment and PPE — with 4,000 more under production — to the Department of Health Affairs in Asir, the Asir Municipality, College of Dentistry Clinics, the General Administration for University Safety and Security, the university's housing office, and the Al Haram Al Madani Maintenance company. Dean of the College of Engineering, Dr. Muhammad Al-Misfer explained that this initiative is one of a set of research and manufacturing initiatives launched by the College of Engineering to mitigate the spread of COVID-19; it comes within the university belief in facing challenges that society goes through and finding solutions to overcome them. Dean Al-Misfer pointed out that the idea of ​​this initiative came to take advantage of the technology of 3D printers and find appropriate solutions, meeting the PPE needs of the public writ large. Dean Al-Misfer raised his thanks to Asir Gov. Prince Turki bin Talal bin Abdulaziz for his tutelage, His Excellency Rector Al-Solamy for his support, the faculty production team, and the students for their hard and fruitful work.
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College of Engineering Pulls Together to Produce Medical Equipment During Pandemic

Source: King Khalid University - Media Center The College of Engineering launched an initiative for manufacturing medical equipment, using 3D printing in the Digital Fabrication Lab, to help meet the critical shortage for medical professionals treating COVID-19 patients. Students from the College of Engineering will participate online under supervision highly experience faculty members on the initiative team. His Excellency, King Khalid University Rector Prof. Falleh Al-Solamy, expressed appreciation to the College of Engineering, stressing the importance of the participation from all colleges and departments to face this the global pandemic. Initiative Team Head, Dr. Ali Degim, expressed his thanks to His Excellency Rector Al-Solamy for his efforts in facilitating the call to action and coordinating the COVID-19 response. Dr. Degim explained that masks, test swabs, and ventilators are some of the items being produced. Of noteworthy mention, Dr. Ali Anqi, Dr. Sager Alamri, and Dr.Saad Alqahtani are leading consultants in this initiative.
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King Khalid university to Celebrates World Engineer Day

The College of engineering at King Khalid University is to organize  the activities of the 6th world Engineer day tomorrow the 26th of Rabie Al Awal 1440Ah in the university main campus “Greger “  On his part, the dean of the College of Engineering Dr. Ibrahim Idris Al Falqi explained that the activities will include a project exhibition in building A, in addition  to a number of topics that are of interest to engineering student such as graduation projects, career potentials, interviews, building a professional C.V, as well as students development initiatives,noting that discussion will be held in hall 145 in the College of Engineering.  Al Falqi, added that the college is keen to host director of facilities management in the southern sector of the Saudi Electricity Company Eng. Sayyaf bin Saeed Al Shahrani, in discussion session where he will discuss his career path, the highlights and obstacles he faced as an engineer. The activities will also include a Q/A session to answer students questions with the college vice deans and faculty members.  It is worth mentioning, that the  College of Engineering at King Khalid University celebrates  Engineer day on an annual basis to support students, motivate excellence, and celebrate the value of engineers in the world.   
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