Civil Engineering


About

Established in the academic year of 2000/2001, the Department of Civil Engineering was one of the first three departments that were initiated by the Faculty of Engineering at Misurata University. The Department offers Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) and Master of Science (M.Sc.) degrees in Civil Engineering and aims to bring up qualified graduates, who possess all the necessary information in this field. The department was established as a response to the demand of Misurata city and the neighboring districts for civil engineers in the different fields such as constructions, transportation, water and environmental engineering, etc.
Indeed, the department has had a positive impact on the different organizations and companies where many graduates of the department have worked and contributed in the ongoing construction and development projects. The demand for civil engineers by those companies is increasing due to the continuous growth of the region. Hence, the department plays an essential and crucial role in the community and in an increasing manner as the community continuous to develop and grow.
Students can join the department after passing the following courses: Engineering Mechanics 1, Math 1, Physics 1, and Engineering Drawing. The study program in the department consists of four branches of which, in the last two semesters, students can choose one from, these branches are:
1. Structure and Foundation Engineering.
2. Transportation and Survey Engineering.
3. Water Resources and Environmental Engineering.
4. Construction Engineering and Management.
The students obtain a Bachelor's degree in civil engineering after passing 154 units including a graduation project in one of the four branches.
The department has full time faculty members in all four branches, as well as a cadre of technical engineers that occupies the five laboratories of civil engineering; which are: concrete technology lab, soil mechanics lab, highway lab, survey lab, and fluid mechanics lab.

Mission

The Department seeks to help the student to gain the necessary skills that will put him/her in the right track to become a Professional Civil Engineer, very rewarding career where he will have the opportunity to have a significant impact on the quality of life of the communities around him. Student will accomplish this by participating in the development of projects that maintain and build on the transportation systems, provide water resources to entire communities, design and construct buildings that house hospitals, schools and many other critical infrastructure systems. He will learn how to engineer all of these challenging projects while protecting the environment through sustainability principles using the latest materials, technologies and construction methods.

Goals

1. Graduating civil engineers with modern knowledge of the field to contribute in creating and completing engineering projects according to their investment strategies.
2. Graduating engineers with higher degrees to contribute in developing and leading research and educational institutions, and pursuing the scientific progress in the field.
3. Using scientific methods and new technologies in studying, assessing, and executing engineering projects for both private and public organizations.
4. Training the engineering cadres in the governmental institutions and private companies in order to disseminate newest international technologies in those organizations.
5. Sustaining and nourishing scientific and research relationships between the department and its peer departments, locally and internationally, in order to disseminate knowledge, exchanging scientific expertise, training students and technicians, etc.
6. Providing different consultancy services and technical and feasibility studies via the Department and the engineering consultancy office for public and private organizations.

principles

1. Effort, hard work, and commitment.
2. Exploration and creativity.
3. Honesty and integrity.
4. Proficiency and efficiency.
5. Transparency and credibility.
6. Leadership, initiative, and innovation.
7. Academic diversity.
8. Teamwork and mutual respect.

Vision

The Department strives to graduate highly qualified civil engineers with leadership and innovative capabilities, using technology and modern innovations, developing research, implementation and practice techniques, and disseminating knowledge and performing research, studies, and practical experiments. In addition, providing all consultancy services related to the different civil engineering aspects.

Contact us :

Email : mahmoud.shanina@yahoo.com
Phone : 00218912189023
Director: Mahmud Mousa Shanina

Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 154 Units to Graduate

# Code Name Units Precedence
1 هـ. مد 201 Structural Analysis I 3
2 هـ. مد202 Strength of Materials I 3
3 هـ مد 204 Engineering Geology 3
4 هـ. مد252 Civil Engineering Drawing 3
5 هـ .كه 280 Electronic & Electrical Engineering 3
6 هـ. مد301 Structural Analysis II 3
7 هـ مد 302 Fluid Mechanics 3
8 هـ. مد303 Properties & Tests of Materials 3
9 هـ. مد304 Soil Mechanics I 3
10 هـ. مد304م Soil Mechanics Lab 3
11 هـ. مد 305 Surveying I 3
12 هـ. مد306 Concrete Technology 3
13 هـ. مد306م Concrete Technology Lab 2
14 هـ. مد351 Concrete Structures I 3
15 هـ. مد352 Steel Design I 3
16 هـ. مد355 Sanitary Engineering I 3
17 هـ. مد 360 Surveying II 3
18 هـ مد 360م Surveying Lab. 2
19 هـ مد 401 Building Construction 3
20 هـ مد 402 Transportation Engineering 3
21 هـ مد 403 Hydraulics 3
22 هـ مد 404 Soil Mechanics II 3
23 هـ مد 405 Hydroiogy and Irrigation 3
24 هـ مد 406 Engineering Economics 3
25 هـ مد 408 Highway Engineering I 3
26 هـ مد 431 Structural Analysis III 3
27 هـ. مد452 Concrete Structures II 3
28 هـ. مد453 Steel Design II 3
29 هـ. مد455 Sanitary Engineering II 3
30 هـ مد 501 Highway Engineering II 3
31 هـ مد 502 Project Management 3
32 هـ مد 503 Harbour Engineering 3
33 هـ مد 504 Hydraulics Structures 3
34 هـ مد 505 Railway Engineering 3
35 هـ مد 510 Strength of Materials II 3
36 هـ مد 511 Rock Mechanics 3
37 هـ مد 512 Steel Design III 3
38 هـ مد 513 Introduction to Concrete Bridges 3
39 هـ مد 515 Concrete Structures III 3
40 هـ مد 516 Foundation Engineering 3
41 هـ مد 517 Soil Improvement 3
42 هـ مد 518 Concrete Technology II 3
43 هـ مد 521 Transporation Planning & Economics 3
44 هـ مد 522 Airport Planning & Design 3
45 هـ مد 523 Traffic Engineering 3
46 هـ مد 524 Runway & Road Pavement 3
47 هـ مد 525 Photograametry 3
48 هـ مد 526 Geodesy 3
49 هـ مد 527 Route Surveying 3
50 هـ مد 528 Electromagnetic Distance Measurement 3
51 هـ مد 531 Ground Water Hydrology 3
52 هـ مد 532 Water Destalination 3
53 هـ مد 533 Sediment Transport 3
54 هـ مد 534 Flow Network Analysis 3
55 هـ مد 535 Municipality Engineering 3
56 هـ مد 536 Simple Methods for Sewerage Treatement 3
57 هـ مد 537 Sanitary & Industrial water Treatement 3
58 هـ مد 538 Sanitary Engineering Lab. 2
59 هـ مد 539 Environmental Engineering 3
60 هـ مد 540 Engineering Asset Management 3
61 هـ مد 541 Construction Processes 3
62 هـ مد 542 Engineering Cost Management 3
63 هـ مد 546 Risk Management 3
64 هـ مد 599 Graduation Project 4
Ibrahim Mohamed Ali Abusinena

Ibrahim Mohamed Ali Abusinena

MSc Construction
Assistant Professor | Full-time
ibra.abusinena@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Abdulmojeb Ali Mohammad Almhroog

Abdulmojeb Ali Mohammad Almhroog

Masters (MSc)
Assistant Lecturer | Full-time
abdulmojeb.almhroog@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Omar Elmansouri

Omar Elmansouri

MSc in civil engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
Elmansouri@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Abdulaziz Abdallah Alossta

Abdulaziz Abdallah Alossta

Master of Science in Civil Engineering,
Lecturer | Full-time
aalossta@eng.misuratau.edu.ly

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Abdulmonem Abdulhamid Mohamed Alkabeer

Abdulmonem Abdulhamid Mohamed Alkabeer

MSc in civil engineering
lecture assistant | Full-time
menem.kabeer@gmail.com

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Osama Ramadan Alshuwahdi

Osama Ramadan Alshuwahdi

MSc in civil engineering
assistance lecture | Full-time
osram3006@gmail.com

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JAMAL A BEITELMAL

JAMAL A BEITELMAL

Ph.D.
Assistance lecturer | Full-time
beitelmalj@gmail.com

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YOUSEF MOHAMED ALI ELFAGIH

YOUSEF MOHAMED ALI ELFAGIH

MSc in civil engineering
Assistant- lecturer | Full-time
jozefalfaji@gmail.com
Wesam Beitemal

Wesam Beitemal

| Full-time
wesam.beitelmal@eng.misuratau.edu.ly

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ISSLAM MILAD ELTARIKI

ISSLAM MILAD ELTARIKI

Master in Civil engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
isslam.eltariki@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
ABDURRAHMAN ABDALLAH A. MAYOUF

ABDURRAHMAN ABDALLAH A. MAYOUF

MSc in civil engineering
Assistant lecturer | Full-time
abdurrahman.m1988@gmail.com
khalifa salem Gallouz

khalifa salem Gallouz

Master civil engineering
lecturer | Full-time
khalifa_g84@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Mustafa Abushaala Aldalinsi

Mustafa Abushaala Aldalinsi

PhD civil engineering
Assistance lecturer | Full-time
Mustafa2280@yahoo.com

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Abdallah Ali Mohmmed Shafter

Abdallah Ali Mohmmed Shafter

assistance lecture | Full-time
Abdalh.90@gmail.com

PhD Civil Engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
mahmoud.eldeek@eng.misuratau.edu.ly

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Mahmud Mousa Shanina

Mahmud Mousa Shanina

PhD in Geotechnical Engineering
assistance professor | Full-time
mahmoud.shanina@yahoo.com
Abubaker Ali Alamailes

Abubaker Ali Alamailes

Ph.D. in Civil Engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
a.alamailes@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Mohamed Meteeg

Mohamed Meteeg

MSc in civil engineering
lecture assistance | Full-time
m.mohamed.meteeg@gmail.com
Mahmud Mousa Shanina

Mahmud Mousa Shanina

PhD Geotechnical
assistant professor | Full-time
mahmoud.shanina@yahoo.com
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Ashraf Otman Mohamed Zabata Abuhanak

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ashraf00218@gmail.com
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Electrical and Electronic Engineering


About

Electrical and electronic engineering is a branch of engineering science. This branch is concerned with the study of the generation, production, transmission and distribution of traditional electrical energy, telecommunication systems, computer networks, and the Internet, as well as studying industrial automation technologies and controlling their forms and applications. The importance of electrical and electronic engineering in modern days is due to the fact that it is one of the most influential and popular disciplines in industry, as it is one of the most important supporting factors for the development and growth of countries' economy.

Sections

- Telecommunications Engineering

Telecommunications Engineering Section is concerned with the study of analog and digital electronic circuits and systems, computer engineering, computer science, and foundations of communications with telecommunications systems and networks.


- Power Engineering

Power Engineering Section is specialized in studying electric power generating systems and the technologies of transmitting this power through high voltage, and its distribution to consumers through average and low voltage.


- Industrial Automation and Control Engineering

Industrial Automation and Control Engineering Section focuses on studying control theories and systems, along with their applications in practical life, such as electrical drive systems and various areas of control in electrical engineering.


Mission

Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department contributes to accomplishing the mission of the Faculty of Engineering. In this regard, the department seeks to meet the community needs of creative and distinguished engineers, who have an excellent academic background with the necessary knowledge and skills, through providing high-quality programs in university education, postgraduate studies, research, and community service.

Goals

1. Preparing graduates for practicing electrical and electronic engineering in its various fields.
2. Developing practical expertise related to electrical and electronic engineering through identifying, analyzing, studying, and finding the optimum solution for the problem.
3. Providing students with life skills related to practical leadership and working with their fellow graduates.
4. Creating graduates capable of working in a team, with excellent communication skills.
5. Preparing for working in the field of electrical and electronic engineering in a practical and decent way, observing ethical and safety principles.
6. Providing graduates, who would work in the field of electrical and electronic engineering, with extensive expertise and comprehensive knowledge.
7. Using engineering skills and modern technology in engineering applications in the area of specialization.

principles

1. Full understanding of the ethics of engineering work, and inculcating the concepts of academic honesty in the members of the department.
2. Motivating students and encouraging them to continue with develop their knowledge and skills and strengthen their practical skills.
3. Developing a sense of teamwork and training as a team.

Vision

Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department urges the use of modern methods and technologies in theoretical and practical education, as we follow the following four educational guidelines:
First: Taking courses in basic sciences such as physics, chemistry, modern mathematics, in addition to Islamic studies, English language, and some other courses related to general engineering of the Faculty of Engineering.
Second: Courses of the Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department which allow the student to specialize in a specific programme in the fourth and fifth year.
Third: Laboratory work, projects, and research works at specialized levels in electrical and electronic engineering.
Fourth: Real-life engineering experiences available for students during summer time of the fourth year through practical training programme in the area of specialization and gaining training experience in one of the companies.
After completing the programme of the Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department, graduates are fully prepared for work-life. Many job opportunities in the country are available for electrical and electronic engineering graduates, including working in industry, government, or education.

Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 151 Units to Graduate Department courses in PDF

Ismail Masoud Issa

Ismail Masoud Issa

PhD in communication engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
ismail.issa@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Ismail Mohammed Ibrahim Albatrookh

Ismail Mohammed Ibrahim Albatrookh

MSc in Control Engineering
Assistant Professor | Full-time
ismailelbat@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Ali Mohamed Abdulshahed

Ali Mohamed Abdulshahed

PhD
Assistance Professor | Full-time
a.abdulshahed@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Alseddig Elzowawi

Alseddig Elzowawi

PhD electrical engineering
Assistant Professor | Full-time
assdig_z@yahoo.com
Mohamed Bashir Mohamed Jannat

Mohamed Bashir Mohamed Jannat

PhD
Lecturer | Full-time
m.jannat@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Elhusain Salem Ahmed Saad

Elhusain Salem Ahmed Saad

PhD in communication engineering
Assistant Professor | Full-time
saadelhusain1@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Mahmoud Noah Zaqout

Mahmoud Noah Zaqout

PhD in control engineering
Assistance prof | Full-time
mahmoud.zaggout@gmail.com
Abdallah Abubaker Abu-Arabia

Abdallah Abubaker Abu-Arabia

MSc in communication engineering
Assistant Lecturer | Full-time
a.abuarabia@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Ahmed Mohamed Alturas

Ahmed Mohamed Alturas

PhD in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
a.alturas@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Akrem Mohamed Aljehaimi

Akrem Mohamed Aljehaimi

Lecturer | Full-time
a.aljehaimi@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Omar Ali Abu Ella

Omar Ali Abu Ella

DS.c. in Telecommunication Engineering
Assistant professor | Full-time
omarabuella@eng.misuratau.edu.ly

| Full-time

Jalal Srar

Jalal Srar

Associate Professor | Full-time
jalal.srar@eng.misuratau.edu.ly

MSc in communication engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
O.wafa2008@yahoo.com

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Mohammed Abuflaga

Mohammed Abuflaga

PhD in computer engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
mhd_mis@yahoo.com
ِAli Omar Gliwan

ِAli Omar Gliwan

PhD Optical Communication Networks
Assistant Professor | Full-time
ali.gliwan@eng.misuratau.edu.ly

MSc in electric and electronic engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
majid_iead@yahoo.com
MOHAMED EMHEMED MOHAMED ABDURRAHIM

MOHAMED EMHEMED MOHAMED ABDURRAHIM

Master of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Communications)
A LECTURER | Full-time
mohamed.abdurrahim@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Abdllah Suliman Hussein

Abdllah Suliman Hussein

PhD in electrical Engineering
Lecturer | Full-time

Dr. Hassan Abdallah Aldeeb

Dr. Hassan Abdallah Aldeeb

Ph.D. Electrical Engineering
Head of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department | Full-time
hasaldeeb@gmail.com
Ahmed Baaiu

Ahmed Baaiu

PhD in control engineering
Associate Professor | Full-time
ahmed.baaiu@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Mohamed Mohamed A. Heima

Mohamed Mohamed A. Heima

PhD in electronic engineering
Professor | Full-time
mmheima@yahoo.com
Khaled Issa Abojlala

Khaled Issa Abojlala

PhD in Electrical Engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
kh.abojlala@eng.misuratau.edu.ly

| Full-time

Hisham Bashir Almelah

Hisham Bashir Almelah

PhD in Communication Engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
h.almelah@eng.misuratau.edu.ly

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Ali Emhemed Larbah

Ali Emhemed Larbah

MSc communication engineering
Assistant Lecturer | Full-time
amlar.1988@gmail.com
Mohamed Idris Salem Abozaed

Mohamed Idris Salem Abozaed

PhD in Electrical Engineering
Associate Professor at Faculty of Engineering - and Consultant at renewable energy center - Misurata University | Full-time
m.abozaed@rec.misuratau.edu.ly
AREF ELZIDANI

AREF ELZIDANI

MSc Electrical Engineering
Lecture assistance | Full-time
aref.elzidani@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
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Materials Science and Engineering


About

Materials Science and Engineering Department, one of the departments in the Faculty of Engineering at Misurata University, seeks to create outstanding qualified cadres in the field of materials engineering to meet the needs of community of materials engineers. Graduates holding Bachelor’s Degree in this field are supposed to be competent in materials properties; their chemical composition, crystal structure, how resistant they are to erosion, and the way by which they are heat treated to refine their properties. These competencies are developed by establishing a program including theoretical lectures and scientific programmes that keep pace with recent scientific developments in addition to active participation in local and international research programmes and activities. Moreover, the department looks forward to increasing the competency of engineers working in industrial and productive sectors, either by holding specialized training courses or establishing a postgraduate programme in the future. In the future, the department aims to open sections under the discipline of materials engineering, such as metal industries in general including iron and steel industry, cement industry, polymer and ceramic industry, composite materials, and erosion control.

Mission

The department supports providing the suitable environment for specialists in the field of engineering and materials science, including students, technicians, engineers, faculty members, and researchers through the adopted academic program in the department in addition to the research activities done by faculty members in cooperation with relevant community institutions towards improving and developing the outputs of these institutions in accordance with the excellent national and international quality standards.

Goals

1. Creating cadres qualified for working in the relevant engineering and materials science sectors in order to meet the needs of community with cadres capable of working according to required standards.
2. Supporting the academic program of the Faculty of Engineering at Misurata University, through the contribution of faculty members in preparing and developing educational curricula.
3. Encouraging engineering research in general and materials engineering research in specific through the participation of faculty members of the department in scientific conferences and symposiums and the organization of specialized courses, in addition to the preparation of current Bachelor’s Degree students’ graduation projects and future Master’s Degree students’ graduation projects, in cooperation with research, academic, and industrial community institutions.
4. Contributing to the development of industrial community institutions to ensure their productive efficiency and to bring our institutions to advanced international and global standards.
5. Contributing to finding solutions for the problems that face the productive and industrial community institutions at the private and public levels.

Vision

Materials Science and Engineering Department, one of the departments in the Faculty of Engineering at Misurata University, seeks to create outstanding qualified cadres in the field of materials engineering to meet the needs of community of materials engineers. Graduates holding Bachelor’s Degree in this field are supposed to be competent in materials properties; their chemical composition, crystal structure, how resistant they are to erosion, and the way by which they are heat treated to refine their properties. These competencies are developed by establishing a program including theoretical lectures and scientific programmes that keep pace with recent scientific developments in addition to active participation in local and international research programmes and activities. Moreover, the department looks forward to increasing the competency of engineers working in industrial and productive sectors, either by holding specialized training courses or establishing a postgraduate programme in the future. In the future, the department aims to open sections under the discipline of materials engineering, such as metal industries in general including iron and steel industry, cement industry, polymer and ceramic industry, composite materials, and erosion control.

Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 154 Units to Graduate

# Code Name Units Precedence
1 هـ مو 200 Introduction to Materials Science 3
2 هـ مو 202 Mechanical properties of materials 3 Introduction to Materials Science
3 هـ مو 212 Physical chemistry 3
4 هـ مو 214 Analytical chemistry 3
5 ه مو 300 Strength of materials 3 Mechanical properties of materials
6 ه مو 306 The electrical properties of materials 3 Introduction to Materials Science
7 هـ مو 310 Metallurgical thermodynamics 3 Physical chemistry
8 هـ مو 312 Heat transfer 3
9 هـ مو 314 Corrosion & corrosion control 3 Metallurgical thermodynamics
10 هـ مو 320 Fundamentals of extractive metallurgy 3 Analytical chemistry
11 هـ مو 330 Physical metallurgy 1 3 Mechanical properties of materials
12 هـ مو 340 Materials laboratory 1 3 Mechanical properties of materials
13 هـ مو 352 Materials characterization techniques 3 Physical metallurgy 1
14 هـ مو 400 Plastic deformation theory 3 Physical metallurgy 1
15 هـ مو 402 Metal forming processes 3 Plastic deformation theory
16 هـ مو 406 Fracture mechanics and failure analysis 3 Strength of materials, Plastic deformation theory
17 هـ مو 420 Production of iron and steel 3 Metallurgical thermodynamics, Fundamentals of extractive metallurgy
18 هـ مو 422 Production of nonferrous metals 3 Metallurgical thermodynamics, Fundamentals of extractive metallurgy
19 هـ مو 430 Heat treatment 3 Physical metallurgy 1
20 هـ مو 432 Physical metallurgy 2 3 Heat treatment
21 هـ مو 440 Materials laboratory 2 2 Corrosion & corrosion control, Materials laboratory 1, Heat treatment
22 هـ مو 450 Powder metallurgy and composite materials 3 Physical metallurgy 1
23 هـ مو 452 Polymers and ceramics 3 Powder metallurgy and composite materials
24 هـ مو 454 Cement industry 2 Fundamentals of extractive metallurgy
25 هـ مو 530 Phase equilibrium of materials 3 Physical metallurgy 2
26 هـ مو 532 Metallurgy of welding 3 Heat transfer, Metal forming processes, Physical metallurgy 2
27 هـ مو 534 Engineering alloys 3 Phase equilibrium of materials
28 هـ مو 560 Fuel and furnaces 3 Heat transfer, Production of iron and steel, Production of nonferrous metals
29 هـ مو 562 Engineering management 3 Production of iron and steel, Production of nonferrous metals
30 هـ مو 564 Mass & energy balance 3 Production of iron and steel, Production of nonferrous metals
31 هـ مو 566 Quality control in engineering industries 3 Engineering management
32 هـ مو 568 Environmental engineering 3 Cement industry, Fuel and furnaces
33 هـ مو 590 Selected topics 1 Graduation project
34 هـ مو 592 Graduation project 4 Selected topics
Salem Ali S. Karrab

Salem Ali S. Karrab

PhD
Assistant Professor | Full-time
sgarrab@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Mohamed Ali Ballem

Mohamed Ali Ballem

هندسة وعلوم الموادPh.D.
Assistant Professor | Full-time
Mohamed.Ballem@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Musbah kharis Maatgi

Musbah kharis Maatgi

PhD in Material scienc
Assistant Professor | Full-time
mosbah.kharis@yahoo.com
Hussein Abuluwefa

Hussein Abuluwefa

PhD in Materials and Metallurgical Engineering
Professor | Full-time
h.abuluwefa@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Ali Abdulgader Abdulla ALJARANY

Ali Abdulgader Abdulla ALJARANY

PhD in Material
assistant professor | Full-time
ali.aljarany@gmail.com

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Lecturer | Full-time
mmosab@eng.misuratau.edu.ly

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Fatma Abduljalil Abdulaziz Wafa

Teaching assistant | Assistant
fatma.wafa@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
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Fatima Treem

BSc in material engineering
Teaching assistance | Assistant
Fatimatreem@gmail.com
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marwaal6570@gmail.com
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Mechanical Engineering


About

Mechanical Engineering Department is one of the pioneering departments at the Faculty of Engineering. The department started functioning with the opening of the faculty in the year 2000. Currently, there is the Mechanical Power Section in the department which is concerned with everything related to energy and its technologies. In this section, students are taught the principles of thermodynamics, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, refrigeration and air conditioning, power plants, internal combustion engines, solar energy, wind energy, desalination, pumps, compressors, etc. Moreover, the department is planning to provide other specializations such as Applied Mechanics, which is concerned with the design, elements, and control technologies of machines, study and analysis of vibrations in addition to computer-aided design.
Mechanical Engineering Department initiated the Postgraduate Program, in Mechanical Power, in 2003. Some graduates of this program became faculty members at the Faculty of Engineering, others work in other educational or engineering sectors.

Mission

The mission of the department generally includes the following themes:
1. Educational Mission: To provide students, both undergraduate and postgraduate, with a high level of academic experience to make them capable of competing and leading in different work areas.
2. Research Mission: To develop and improve research and innovative abilities of engineering science through encouraging students to present research papers in some disciplines from the first to the final stages of education, so they can make use of the latest data collecting technologies, such as the Internet and the electronic library.
3. Service Mission: To provide engineering consultations and specialized courses for community service and improving the skills of technicians, administrators, and engineers in the fields of industry, services and environment projects at the local and regional levels.

Vision

Mechanical Engineering Department seeks to achieve scientific and technological leadership at the level of Libya through establishing comprehensive programs that keep pace with the international scientific and technological developments in the field of mechanical engineering. Therefore, there are serious studies by the board of the department to include other disciplines that keep pace with the advanced technological development in the world, such as nanotechnology, biomechanics, mechatronics.

Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 152 Units to Graduate

Jamal Saleh Yassin

Jamal Saleh Yassin

Ph. D
Professor | Full-time
jamal.yassin@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Fathi Hissian Elamin

Fathi Hissian Elamin

PhD
Assistant Professor | Full-time
f.elamin@Eng.Misuratau.edu.ly
Sufyan Ali Mohamed Abushaala

Sufyan Ali Mohamed Abushaala

Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
s.abushaala@eng.misurtau.edu.ly
Nasseradeen Ashwear

Nasseradeen Ashwear

PhD in Mechanical engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
nasseradeen_ashwear@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Abdulmunaem Shneb

Abdulmunaem Shneb

MSc in Mechanical engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
m.shsneb@eng.misuratau.edu
Mohamed Sawalem

Mohamed Sawalem

PhD in Mechanical Engineering
Vice President of Misurata University | Full-time
m.sawalem@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Mohamed Eltaeb

Mohamed Eltaeb

PhD in Mechanical engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
m.eltaeb@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Khaled Elsadeg Albahloul

Khaled Elsadeg Albahloul

PhD in Mechanical Engineering
Assitant Prof | Full-time
khaled.elsadeg@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Haithem Ismail Elderrat

Haithem Ismail Elderrat

PhD in Mechanical Engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
h.elderrat@eng.misuratau.edu.ly

PhD Mechanical Engineering
Professor | Full-time
elhaj@rec.misuratau.edu.ly

PhD in Mechanical Engineering
Assistance Professor | Full-time
S_aljamel@yahoo.com
Mustafa Eltaher Elayeb

Mustafa Eltaher Elayeb

Associate Professor | Full-time
mustafa.elayeb@eng.misuratau.edu.ly

Assistance Professor | Full-time
abennaser@yahoo.com
Fatma Ahmed Enbais

Fatma Ahmed Enbais

Lecturer | Full-time
fatma.enbais@gmail.com

MSc in Mechanical engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
yahoo.com@alimutordi
Ibrahim Musbah Ali eljaraiow

Ibrahim Musbah Ali eljaraiow

Master in Mechanical Engineering
Assistance lecturer | Full-time
eljariow@gmail.com
 Abobakr Meteeg

Abobakr Meteeg

MSc in Mechanical engineering
Lecture assistance | Full-time
a.a.metiq@eng.misuratau.edu.ly

MSc in Mechanical engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
a.altaweel@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Salem Abdusalam Elbahloul

Salem Abdusalam Elbahloul

PhD in Mechanical Engineering
lecture | Full-time
s.elbahloul@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Mustafa Makhzoum Ali Mahjoub

Mustafa Makhzoum Ali Mahjoub

PhD of mechanical engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
mosta752911@gmail.com
MOHAMED ALI KHALIL

MOHAMED ALI KHALIL

Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
lecturer | Full-time
m.khalil@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Hamid Ahmed badi

Hamid Ahmed badi

MSc in Mechanical Enginnering
lecturer assistance | Full-time
hamidahmedbadi1988@gmail.com
Omar Emhemed Amer

Omar Emhemed Amer

PhD in in Sustainability and building energy
Lecturer | Full-time
oamar988@gmail.com
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Basem Mohamed Rajab

BSc in mechanical engineering
Teaching assistant | Assistant
Basem.rajab.br@gmail.com
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Abdulmajid Mahmud Garrab

BSc in Mechanical engineering
Teaching Assistant | Assistant
majeed_garrab@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
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Mohammed Assadawi

Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering
Teacher Assistance | Assistant
Alsaadawy90@gmail.com
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Mustafa Idries Aburwais

BSc in Mechanical engineering
Teaching Assistant | Assistant
m.aburwais@misuratau.edu.ly
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Petroleum Engineering


Mission

Creating outstanding engineers in the sector of petroleum industry with high academic and professional qualifications to be capable of assuming the responsibility of exploring, drilling, and producing oil and gas within the country and other regions, and achieving national sovereignty over this very important economic resource. In addition, petroleum engineers are expected to be able to conduct research works and studies and transfer knowledge and technology for the purpose of serving and developing petroleum industry in specific and the whole community in general.

Goals

1. Providing students with the fundamentals of knowledge in the scientific and engineering areas.
2. Refining students’ professional skills and guiding them towards critical and creative thinking.
3. Exposing students to the basic knowledge of exploring, drilling, and producing oil and gas.
4. Enabling students of understanding the origin, composition, ways of exploring, and reserves estimation of oil.
5. Teaching students all the theoretical and practical frameworks that enable them of understanding oil and gas behavior inside the reservoir.
6. Teaching students oil and gas production procedures and their different phases.

Vision

To make the Petroleum Engineering Department one of the most distinguished departments in Libya and the Arab World and to make its alumni the highest qualified in the region.

Gamal Abdalla Ali Mohammed Toam

Gamal Abdalla Ali Mohammed Toam

PhD
Assistant Professor | Full-time
gamal.ettoam@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
ALI ELBADAWI AHMED HEGAIG

ALI ELBADAWI AHMED HEGAIG

MSc in Mechanical Engineering
Teaching staff member | Full-time
ali.hegaig@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Abdullah Ibrahim Saleh Alajail

Abdullah Ibrahim Saleh Alajail

MSc. Chmecial Evironment
Assistance Prof | Full-time
aelajeil@gmail.com
Madi Abdullah Naser

Madi Abdullah Naser

PhD in Petroleum Engineering
Assistant Professor | Full-time
m.naser@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Abdunaser Omar Susi

Abdunaser Omar Susi

P.h.D Petroleum Eng. & Gas
Lecturer | Full-time
naser_o_72@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Ahmed Abdulwahab Kablan

Ahmed Abdulwahab Kablan

M.sc. Petroleum and Gas Engineering
Assistant Lecturer | Full-time
a.kablan@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Ali Abufalgha

Ali Abufalgha

MSc in Chemical engineering
Lecturer assistance | Full-time
aabufalgha74@yahoo.com
Faraj Mohamed Mohamed Eljabri

Faraj Mohamed Mohamed Eljabri

PhD in Geological Engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
farajelj@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
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Ahmad rajab bin hariz

Bachalor’s degree in petroleum engineering
Teaching Assistant | Assistant
ahmad33333358@gmail.com
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Architecture and Urban Planning Engineering


Mission

Providing distinguished architecture education in an environment that motivates research and creative thinking, driven by local community service and towards achieving regional and international partnership. Also, Architecture and Urban Planning Engineering Department seeks to qualify specialized architects to meet labor market needs locally and regionally, through establishing educational curricula and educational training programs using educational technologies and highly qualified teaching staff. The department ensures the importance of conducting research works related to real world for the purpose of serving community and environment.

Goals

1. Strengthening the values of architecture and urbanism in order to create creative qualified architects, planners, and researchers to meet the needs of labor market locally, regionally, and internationally.
2. Ensuring the ability to apply research methods and procedures.
3. Creating qualified competencies capable of serving community in the architecture and planning field.
4. Examining the problems that the community encounter in the field of architecture and planning and conducting the suitable research works and studies.
5. Contributing to the process of development in community through providing specialized qualification opportunities.
6. Participating in scientific symposiums and specialized conferences in architecture locally and internationally to enhance the efficiency of workers.
7. Providing technical and practical consultations for all community private and public sectors.
8. Establishing mutual relationships with the other architecture departments and associations.
9. Contributing to reserving historical cities and local architecture, and attempting to highlight and demonstrate Libyan architecture along with its characteristics and its specificity.
10. Contributing to the sustainability and development of local building materials.

Vision

To make Architecture Department one of the best educational institutions for creating architects capable of reviving the local Islamic identity that enables them to compete at the local, regional, and international level in this field.

Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 151 Units to Graduate

Mahmud Abdalkarim Moftah Girrieow

Mahmud Abdalkarim Moftah Girrieow

Member of Teaching Staff, Architecture & Urban Planning Engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
m.girrieow@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Mohamed Abdalla BAKIER

Mohamed Abdalla BAKIER

PhD in Architecture and Urban Planning
Lecturer | Full-time
m.bakier@eng.misuratau.edu.ly

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IBRAHIM ABDALLAH SHINBIRA

IBRAHIM ABDALLAH SHINBIRA

PhD (Architecture)
Lecturer | Full-time
i.shinbira@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Abdulhamid Ettaib Mohamed Traynah

Abdulhamid Ettaib Mohamed Traynah

Lecture | Full-time
traynah78@yahoo.com

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Ibrahim Abaid

Ibrahim Abaid

PhD in Architecture and Urban Planning
Lecturer | Full-time
i.abaid@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Aymen Mohamed Elmagalfta

Aymen Mohamed Elmagalfta

Doctor of Architecture
Associate professor | Full-time
elmagalfta@gmail.com

Teaching assistance | Full-time

Teaching assistance | Full-time

Teaching assistance | Full-time

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Ali mohammed ali aldadi

Bachelor of Architecture and Urban Planning
Teaching Assistant | Assistant
ali.aldadi86@gmail.com
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Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering


Mission

• Commitment to creating capable engineers specialized in industrial and manufacturing engineering to provide community with the necessary competencies.
• Commitment to educating the next generation of engineers about the fundamentals of conducting research works and disseminating knowledge through locally and internationally recognized programs in industrial and manufacturing engineering for the sake of community benefit. In addition, the department provides a distinguished engineering educational program that contributes successfully in the community service in order to meet its technical and administrative needs.

Goals

Preparing students to be:
1. Capable of engineering science, theories, and applications in the design of experiments and systems design and processing to meet the required needs.
2. Capable of identifying, formulating, analyzing, and solving engineering problems.
3. Capable of working efficiently in a team with diverse specializations in various organizations.
4. Capable of efficient verbal and written communication.
5. Capable of using electronic mediums and calculators efficiently in solving engineering problems.
6. Understanding professional and ethical responsibilities towards the profession and community, and familiar with contemporary subjects, problems and issues.
7. Adopting the principle of continuous learning as a way of their academic and practical life.
8. Providing students with a high level of knowledge in industrial engineering and the ability of using modern technologies and engineering tools skillfully in study rooms and laboratories.
9. Providing students with the basic knowledge to understand the impact of engineering solutions on the society and environment locally and internationally.
10. Providing students with professional experiences necessary for solving administrative problems and problems related to industrial systems in authorities and companies.
11. Contributing to developing the field of engineering (theoretically and practically) through research works and services.

Vision

To make the Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Department known for its distinguished university education in the Bachelor’s program, and achieving quality and impartiality for its graduates, as well as achieving leadership in industrial engineering in education, research, and community service.

Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 152 Units to Graduate

Mahmud Ali ELJAARANI

Mahmud Ali ELJAARANI

PhD in Mechanical Engineering
Assistant Professor | Full-time
m.eljaarani@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Elganidi Hisain M. Elsaghier

Elganidi Hisain M. Elsaghier

PhD in Industrial Engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
e.elsaghier@eng.misuaratu.edu.ly
Adell Saleh Ali Amer

Adell Saleh Ali Amer

Master of Engineering in Advanced Manufacturing Technology
lecturer | Full-time
a.amer@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Saleh M. Amaitik

Saleh M. Amaitik

Ph.D. in Manufacturing Engineering
Professor | Full-time
Saleh.amaitik@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Soliman Mohammed Gliwan

Soliman Mohammed Gliwan

PhD
Assistant Professor | Full-time
soliman.gliwan@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Mahmud Mehemed Abu shaala

Mahmud Mehemed Abu shaala

Master in Engineering Project Management
Lecturer Assistant | Full-time
m.abushaala@eng.misuratau.edu.ly

MSc in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
o.azuza@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Jamal Mohamed Ahmed Ben Sasi

Jamal Mohamed Ahmed Ben Sasi

MSc in Industrial engineering
Assistant Prof. | Full-time
jamal.bensasi@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Ali Gassim Shetwan

Ali Gassim Shetwan

PhD Industrial Engineering
Academic staff member | Full-time
ali.shetwan@eng.misuratau.edu.ly

Associate Professor | Full-time
mblaow@yahoo.co.uk
Ramadan ِAhmed Osman Abugeddida

Ramadan ِAhmed Osman Abugeddida

PhD in Industrial Engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
ramadan.abugeddida@eng.misuratau.edu.ly

MSc project management
Lecturer assistance | Full-time
osama.badi@eng.misuratau.edu.ly

MSc Engineering Management
Lecturer assistance | Full-time
a.eltaraiki@eng.misuratau.edu.ly
Ahmed Ali Essdai

Ahmed Ali Essdai

PhD in Industrial Engineering
Lecturer | Full-time
essdai64@yahoo.com

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Fatma mustafa elsour

Fatma mustafa elsour

MSC in Mathematics
Assistant Lecturer | Full-time
fasour.moustafa28@gamil.com

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Najla Ibrahim Eshnebu

Najla Ibrahim Eshnebu

M.A Arabic Ianguage
Assistant Lecturer | Full-time
najla.n1444@gmail.com
Israa Bashir Elajail

Israa Bashir Elajail

Master of applied linguistics
lecturer assistance | Full-time
israabashir85@gmail.com

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