Hashemite University, Jordan
The Hashemite University was established in 1991 as a four-year coeducational institution committed to excellence in teaching and research. Its grand mission is to offer service and consultation to the local community in addition to the larger society, and to be a cornerstone in the accumulative efforts with other sister universities in Jordan to enhance academic cooperation between Jordan and Arab nations and between Jordan and the world. HU actively participates in achieving the goals of the comprehensive national development through preparing men and women who are not only technically competent in their professional fields, but also life-long learners who have a breadth vision, loyalty to their nation, and a sense of civic and moral responsibility and a devotion to the fundamental values of human life. The total number of students in HU currently stands at 20,000 distributed over 11 faculties.
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Mohammad Mismar
​Professor Mohammad Mismar received his B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering, M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Iowa State University, USA, in 1979, 1981, and 1982, respectively. He joined the Electrical Engineering Department at the University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan in 1983. He worked as the Vice-President of Princess Sumaya University for Technology from September 2003 till June 2007. He was appointed as a member of the Higher Education Accreditation Commission from June 2007 till January 2010. Currently, he is Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Vice-President at the Hashemite University. He served on several boards and committees. His areas of interest cover digital filter design and signal processing.
Bashar Hammad
​Bashar Hammad received B.S. degree from University of Jordan in 1997, M.S. degree from University of Texas at Arlington in 2003, both in Mechanical Engineering, and PhD in Engineering Mechanics from Virginia Tech (VT) in 2008. He received the Graduate Teaching Fellowship at VT in 2007. He focused on solar energy in his undergraduate study and micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) in his postgraduate research. He joined the Hashemite University (HU) as an assistant professor in the Mechatronics Engineering Department. His current teaching and research interests are in solar photovoltaic systems, building automation, and energy harvesters. He served as assistant dean and is currently the director of Academic Quality Assurance Center at HU.