Tafila Technical University, Jordan
Tafila Technical University (TTU), was established by the Royal Decree in 2005 as the ninth public and first Jordanian Technical University. TTU comprises five faculties and offers: 25 majors for undergraduate studies, two majors for high diploma and 12 majors for associate diploma. Currently, about 6200 students are enrolled at TTU. TTU is a member of the Arab Universities Union and since its establishment it signed many agreements of academic collaboration with international and regional institutions in Europe, USA, Pakistan and Malaysia. A Language Center has been established at TTU in 2008 as an independent academic unit directly linked with the presidency. Its main task is preparation and executing programs for non-native Arabic learners.  This is achieved through various international agreements with academic and government institutions to enhance cultural dialogue and interaction. TTU is involved in many national, regional and international projects.
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Saleh Al-Jufout
​Prof. Saleh Al-Jufout received his PhD in Electrical Power Engineering in 1997 from Donetsk National Technical University. In the same year, he joined Al-Balqa’ Applied University and then in 2005 he joined Tafila Technical University in Tafila, Jordan. Currently, he is a Professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering at Tafila Technical University. His research interests are in mathematical modelling of electrical power systems, electrical machines and drives, their protection and control.
Rateb Al-Qatamin
​Rateb M. Al-Qatamin, has master degree of Accounting from Bridgewater State University, USA, now  Lecturer of administrative and financial science, Department of Accounting, Tafila Technical University. In the period 2003-2005, he was Head of department of Quality Assurance in Tafila Technical University.