FACULTY OF ENGINEERING CONCLUDES PROJECT LIFE ENGINEERING

With the participation of more than 100 Qatari students

Dr. Hamouda: The project seeks to explore the vast potential of engineering, mathematics, physics and science beyond the classroom

Sadiq: Leadership skills were developed during the project workshops

Ahmed Bin Mohammed Al Thani Secondary School for Boys wins Best Outdoor Design Award

In the context of the community’s interaction with local institutions and secondary schools, the College of Engineering at Qatar University concluded the activities of Al Hayat Engineering 2019, which is organized for the tenth consecutive year at Qatar University with the participation of more than 100 Qatari students from secondary and private schools who designed and manufactured friendly rockets The project was supported by Qatar Petrochemical Company (QAPCO).

The Ahmed Al-Thani Secondary School for Boys won the Best Outdoor Design Award, while Al Andalus Private School won the best exterior design. The DiCaprio High School in Qatar won first prize for drawing and design of geometric models. Al Sailiya secondary school for boys in third place in the same award. The Best Engineering Quality Engineering Award was awarded to Doha Secondary School for Boys, Khalifa Secondary School for Boys, and Hassan Bin Thabit Secondary School for Boys. And won the award of the best technical team in the construction of engineering models, won the first place Al Manar International School came second place to the school Omar bin Abdul Aziz Secondary Boys and won the third place Tariq bin Ziyad secondary school for boys. Al-Zubara Secondary School, Hamad Bin Abdullah Secondary School for Boys and Al Furqan Secondary School for Boys won the Al-Muthabra Award. In the water-pressure car race, Musab Ben Omair secondary school for boys won, while Ahmed bin Hanbal Secondary School for Boys was the first school to reach the goal. The most accurate aerial extruder to reach the target was the Doha Secondary School for Boys. The first place was won by Omar Bin Al-Khattab Secondary School for Boys and Hassan Bin Thabit Secondary School for Boys. The third place was Ahmed bin Hanbal Secondary School for Boys and the International Universe Academy. The most accurate aerial extruder to reach the target was the Doha Secondary School for Boys. The first place was won by Omar Bin Al-Khattab Secondary School for Boys and Hassan Bin Thabit Secondary School for Boys. The third place was Ahmed bin Hanbal Secondary School for Boys and the International Universe Academy. The most accurate aerial extruder to reach the target was the Doha Secondary School for Boys. The first place was won by Omar Bin Al-Khattab Secondary School for Boys and Hassan Bin Thabit Secondary School for Boys. The third place was Ahmed bin Hanbal Secondary School for Boys and the International Universe Academy.

Commenting on the event, Dr. Abdulmajeed Hamouda, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, said: “Al Hayat is one of the most educational programs given by the College of Engineering to partner with industrial companies and secondary schools because it targets Qatari high school students to stimulate their imagination and encourage them to explore the vast potential of engineering, Outside the classroom, through the design and manufacture of missiles, especially as it is a new characteristic and enjoyed by the Qatari youth. “

“I benefited greatly from the engineering project during the workshop stage,” Hamad Khalid Al-Thani, a student at Nasser Al-Attiyah Secondary School for Boys, said.

“The competition taught me the spirit of teamwork and cooperation. I learned a lot from the engineers during the workshops. I did not know that we would achieve an advanced position during the finals,” said student Abdullah Fahad al-Maa’adid from Nasser Al-Attiyah Secondary School for Boys.

“I did not know that I had the skill of engineering design and thanks to the competition I discovered that I have this talent, and I was the first place in the competition and the design became a pleasure for me,” said Abdullah Al Jaidah, a student at Nasser Al Attiyah Secondary School for Boys. Engineering, where I realized my ability to excel and develop myself, and this participation has grown in many things, such as work within the team and love of competition; and on the personal way I discovered that I have possibilities can be developed more.

“I learned a lot from this competition, I loved engineering and design, I loved the measurements and the rocket industry,” said student Jassem Mohammed al-Obaidli from Nasser Al-Attiyah Secondary School for Boys.

The student Mohammed Jassim Al-Ahmad from Nasser Al-Attiyah Secondary School for Boys that the project of life engineering provided a lot of scientific and practical benefit, and added a lot of public information and missiles, and more importantly, he planted within him the love of teamwork and team spirit and time management.

Supervisor Ahmed Ismail from Ahmed Bin Mohammed Al Thani Secondary School for Boys, said: “Our students take the organizers of life as an example of their organization and accuracy in work and teamwork. The project is close to the students’ Interest by students and increased the opportunity to acquire scientific and practical experiences and educational. “

“Participating in the Life Project is an effective and important participation of the school and the participating students. It has given students an incentive to engage in teamwork and the practical environment, as well as general interest, recreation and breaking of routines at the same time,” said Amr Fikry, principal of Jassim Bin Hamad Secondary School for Boys. “He said.

For his part, Supervisor Abdul Hadi Al-Baradei of the Omar bin Abdul Aziz Secondary School for Boys said that the project of life is an important project engineering for schools. “We have chosen our students at a high level of science, and students keen to attend all the engineering workshops provided by the project, The technical work is done to the fullest, and there is only a win. “

Life Engineering Competition as Mr. Abdul Hamid Ismail Tkrona Musharraf said Nasser bin Abdullah Al-Attiyah School “team presented the new edition of a lot of progress and development of the students, where she was the cause of the discovery of hidden talents of the students as design engineering on Solidworks design program in the workshop, as created to participate in the project life Engineering this year, the students challenging spirit and determination to reach a particular goal, where they were initially apprehensive but with the training they received him at the university and research provided excellent levels. now have some different look to the engineering and became a study target and they are able to creativity J this area. “

In turn, Sadiq Al-Mahdi, Head of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering and Supervisor of the project, said: “This year’s project was characterized by technical and specialized support from the project management through the nomination of a specialized team that assisted the students in the processing and installation of rockets. And the installation of missiles in schools. “

“Prior to the final stages of the race, the students’ manual skills were developed through their participation in workshops for welding, barra and welding, as well as a solid works workshop during the missile manufacturing stages. The students also interacted in similar workshops in their schools to train in different stages of manufacturing, “He said.

“Students ‘leadership skills were developed during the project workshops, and students and teams worked together to complete all stages of the project, which contributed to the development of students’ own skills.”

“I hope to see all these students at the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Qatar and have joined the college after graduating from their secondary schools.”

Source: Qatar University