A civil engineering students from Al-Hijjawi technological engineering faculty in Yarmouk university earned the second place in the graduation projects competition and executed projects in the industrial sector.

Under the patronage of communication and Information technology minster, Eng. Mothanna Gharaibeh, Jordan Engineers association president, Eng. Ahmad Al-zoubi and chairman of Amman industry chamber, Eng. Fathi Jagbeer, the winners were awarded and their names are: Rami Bataineh, Burween Bani Hani and Sondous Mehdawi. Where the project’s title is “The Effectiveness of Intersections Controlled by Roundabouts and Traffic Signals: An Assessment Study Around Yarmouk University.” And it was under the supervision of Dr. Ahmad Hani Al-Omari, Chairman of Civi Engineering department in Yarmouk University.

It is worth mentioning that such competition is annually organized by Jordan Engineers association for engineering students in Jordan universities.

Al-Hijjawi College of Technological Engineering at Al-Yarmouk University received the award of the best graduation project from 17 projects presented by 12 public and private universities from 11 countries in the graduation contest of the applied students of the faculties of engineering at the International Cultural and Academic Conference 2018 at the University of the Bosporus Strait in Turkey from 3/5 to 10/5/2018.

He won the project "Design work suit equipped with a system of protection and safety of professional compressed gas technology and airbags for high-altitude workers," which was carried out by the research team consisting of student Farah al-Kufahi, student Islam Dwikat of the Department of Industrial Engineering, and student Sara Hamid of the Department of Electronics Engineering , Under the supervision of Dr. Mahmoud Al-Mestrihi of the Department of Industrial Engineering.

He explained that the project is the design of a safety suit consisting of small tubes of compressed gas, and air bags made of reinforced rubber, to increase the ability to absorb shock and protect the worker when falling, where the proposed safety system on solar energy to reduce electricity consumption, The proposed system senses, communicates and exchanges information using the Internet (IOT) to communicate directly with civil defense to preserve human life as much as possible.

Dynamic resonance frequency depends on the use of low electromagnetic field frequencies inherent in the human body. This depends on the fact that each material has a resonant frequency and that each cell of the body has its own ringing frequency. In normal circumstances, the frequencies of the human body are relatively compatible with how they are subjected to different vibrations that are compatible with each member of the body. However, if a member is exposed to an abnormal biological condition, this will cause a disturbance in that member's frequencies. This imbalance can be interpreted as an effect on the underlying spectrum of physiological processes leading to the disease. The frequency is in the form of an electric signal with a current and a specific voltage differential that can be fed to the patient without any pain. These frequencies cause effects that reduce or eliminate unwanted frequencies of that body, thereby increasing or strengthening the normal health frequencies of that organ.

In general, the BRC is made up of a diagnostic and the last applied part. The diagnostic part is used to measure frequencies generated in the human body while the applied part is used to expose the user to the appropriate frequencies using two hand-connected poles.

The IEEE Jordan section of the University of Jordan has received the award of the best student branch in the Kingdom because of the continuous development achieved by the branch for the year 2017. This came during the annual meeting held by the Association, with the broad participation of student branches from various Jordanian universities Of the 24 branches.

The Yarmouk branch also received the award of the best branch in the eighth region, which includes (Europe, Africa and the Middle East) for 2016-2017.

The IEEE Student Branch Counselor at Yarmouk University, Dr. Yazan Al-Issa noted that this achievement is the result of the efforts made by the members of the branch since its activation in 2014, which reflects the outstanding scientific level of the Yarmouk students and their teachers who spare no efforts in preparing the students and providing them with various sciences and skills. In the field of their specialization, praising the efforts of the Executive Committee of the Yarmouk branch.

Al-Issa explained that the branch is working to spread technological and technical knowledge and develop extracurricular activities in a variety of fields through organizing many successful events and participating in Arab and international programming competitions at advanced levels, as well as seeking to provide active engineering solutions in addressing the problems facing Jordan. Currently about 40 students.

Dr. Zakaria Al-Qudah, an Associate Professor of Computer Engineering at Yarmouk University, has received a US patent from United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) joint with other inventors titled "Multi-Autonomous System Anycast Content Delivery Network". This invention allows anycast content delivery networks to work across multiple autonomous systems instead of having to be confined within a single autonomous system. Anycast content delivery networks directs users to closer edge servers than those selected by DNS-based content delivery networks since they base the request routing decision on the location of the client itself rather than the location of the client's local DNS server.

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