Manaf KAdhum Hussein
Head of the Electrical Engineering Department
The Electrical Engineering Department was established in 2012. The Department is aimed to prepare qualified electrical engineers with theoretical and practical backgrounds to practice their specialties and contribute to the implementation of the development plan. The Department of Electrical Engineering offers an undergraduate degree, namely Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. In addition to a master’s degree in electrical engineering sciences. The B.Sc. program is a four-year on-campus offered during the daytime every day except Friday and Saturday, and with a traditional lecture/laboratory course style. The M.Sc. Program is two academic years. The department also contains talented teaching staff, engineers, technical and administrative personnel. The department contains ten laboratories in various engineering specialties to meet the needs of all academic levels.
Adopting open minds to teach, encourage and learn novel ideas.
To prepare Electrical Engineering students for successful careers via providing them with transferable skills, helping them gain experience and developing their sense of curiosity and critical thinking.
The graduates of B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering (EE) program will:
- Engage in Electrical Engineering profession in public and private sectors including, but not limited to, relevant governmental sectors, consulting firms, contracting companies, marketing, and entrepreneurship.
- Participate in ongoing professional development activities by pursuing graduate studies and/or other learning opportunities to respond to arising challenges.
- Advance their careers by taking responsibility and leadership.
The department has 27 academic members with different academic background. For further details on the department academic staff CLICK HERE
Due to the pandemic of COVID19, the civil engineering department doubles their efforts for providing the video lectures to their students and all other students who knows Arabic. These video lectures are arranged according to the classes they belong to. Please follow the link in below.
· Practical Application of Procedural Methods Course at the College of Engineering
The Department of Electrical Engineering at Wasit University conducted a training workshop on March 6, 2022, focused on the practical implementation of procedural methods. This training was designed to equip the laboratory staff with the skills needed to document instances of non-conformity within their labs, and subsequently, take steps to address and improve them. The ultimate goal is to enhance the quality and efficiency of the labs within the college.
· Internet of Things (IoT) Applications Workshop
On March 17, 2023, The Department of Electrical Engineering at Wasit University, in collaboration with Shahid Chamran University in the Islamic Republic of Iran, organized a workshop to exploring the industrial applications of the Internet of Things (IoT). this workshop was the delivered by a visiting professor Dr. Muhammad Rashti.
Dr. Rashti’s lecture offered an in-depth exploration the of IoT, focusing specifically on its industrial applications. He presented a comprehensive overview of how IoT technologies are revolutionizing various industries, including manufacturing, logistics, healthcare, and more. He also explored real-world use cases, demonstrating how IoT systems are enhancing efficiency, productivity, and decision-making processes in these sectors.
Throughout the lecture, attendees gained valuable insights into the potential and challenges associated with implementing IoT solutions in the industrial context and concluded with Q&A session.
· 3 MP
As part of the periodic seminar series at the College of Engineering, the Department of Electrical Engineering organized an event titled “3 Minutes Presentation” on April 14, 2022. This seminar witnessed enthusiastic participation from faculty members within the department and it featured multiple presentations from academic staff, introducing novel research avenues to fellow lecturers. Subsequently, the event concluded with a vibrant discussion, allowing for valuable interventions and contributions, ultimately enhancing the seminar’s depth and drawing upon the rich scientific expertise of the attendees.