Mohammed Salameh Ibbini, PhD

Mohammed Salameh Ibbini, PhD

Vice president, Jordan University of Science and Technology; Professor of Electrical and Biomedical Engineering, Jordan University of Science & Technology

Vice president of the University of Science and Technology, Jordan and professor of Electrical and Biomedical Engineering at JUST. Dr. Ibbini obtained a PH.D degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign (UIUC) in 1988 and his M.SC. from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Mohammed obtained his Bachelor degree in Engineering from the ENSEEC, France in 1978. He worked as a distribution engineer at the Jordan Electrical Utility Company and later joined Bibras Industrial Establishment as the general manager until late 1984. Mohammed joined JUST as assistant professor in 1989 where he is currently professor of electrical and Biomedical Engineering and holds the position of vice president of the University. Prof Ibbini has published many technical papers in Energy, control, nonlinear systems instrumentation, diabetes and cancer therapy electronic phased arrays.

Professor Ibbini switched his attention to the area of Engineering Education Restructuring and bridging the gap between teaching and practice in engineering. Building capacity, providing skills to fresh graduates and developing capacity for senior engineers is a main concern of Professor Ibbini. In addition to his National Project of Bridging the gap between the university outcomes and work market needs, he is currently in charge of a large project of the Jordan Engineers Association aimed at the creation of the largest academy of training and providing Tailored Solutions for industry.

Prof. Ibbini is currently working in the field of university education, quality assurance, communication with industry, labor market needs, capacity building and qualification of graduates to enter the labor market.

Plenary Panel P2 – International Collaborations for Peace Engineering

Peace engineering is a global quest for educating a new generation of engineers to address problems of everyday living using their technical expertise with care and sensitivity to local conditions. What should be the body of knowledge of engineers interested in working in a global and multi-cultural world?  How do we encourage students to work […]

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