University of Louisville delegation visits AIU Campus

Continuing the visit of the University of Louisville delegation, which extended for two days on June 6-7, 2023, the delegation visited the departments and programs of the specialized engineering and the Faculty of Pharmacy and the AIU centre of scientific research and creativity.

The second day of the visit began with a tour for the delegation to the laboratories of engineering, basic and advanced sciences, and pharmacy. The tour included the physics laboratories specializing in material properties, heat, electrical and magnetic physics, geodesy laboratory, soil and foundations laboratory, production engineering workshops and laboratories, in addition to X-ray labs, microwave labs, wireless communication labs, microscopic labs, and fluid mechanics and hydraulics labs. The delegation also visited the chemistry laboratory at the College of Pharmacy, where they met with Dr. Khadija Ismail, the Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy.

After the tour, the delegation met with the faculty members and assistants of the engineering, pharmacy, and advanced basic sciences programs, in the presence of Dr. Remon Iskandar, Director of Engineering Programs, Dr. Mohamed Abdel Karim, Director of Professional Development and Entrepreneurship Center, and Dr. Ahmed Al Yazby, Director of the Center of Scientific Research and Creativity. The faculty members and assistants discussed their research and ways to cooperate in bachelor’s and scientific research programs, as well as ways to collaborate in graduate studies.

Dr. Ayman El Baz discussed the plans for the accreditation of computer science, basic and advanced sciences, and engineering programs, and gave a lecture on the details of the preparation for accreditation, the different committees that need to be formed, and their respective roles.

This visit comes within the framework of the unique academic, cultural, and scientific cooperation between Alamein International University and the University of Louisville, which aims to enhance interaction in various academic, scientific, and cultural fields, achieve sustainable development, and meet the needs of the local, regional, and international job market.