Missions & Objectives
Skills & Career Path
Process Improvement Lab
The Process Improvement Lab at Nile University serves a group of tools and games that provide an effective way for the student to gain knowledge about various process improvement concepts such as Lean manufacturing, 6 sigmas, 5s, Kanban, and value stream map simulation, etc.
The Industrial Engineering Software Lab at Nile University fulfills the learning needs of industrial engineering students by providing a network that consists of 20 desktop computers with software including Edrawmax, LINGO 19.0, and Flexisim. The lab enforces the study of simulation, optimization, and 2D technical diagramming.
Nano Science and Material Lab
The nanoscience lab provides hands-on experience in advanced material science technology. Students acquire hands-on experiments that combine learning different methodologies for material fabrication and characterization techniques. We teach our students the key concepts of nanoscale phenomena that make nanoscience and nanotechnology one of the most exciting fields of research today. The lab's
Workshop and Non-Conventional Manufacturing Lab
The main aim of the mechanical workshop is to introduce students to the basic concepts of manufacturing via shaping, forming machining, CNC machining, and assembly. Through the different experiments we offer to our students, they can develop knowledge of appropriate parameters to be used for various machining operations and learn the basic use of machine tools and workshop equipment.
The metrology lab enforces measurement studies and helps students validate and verify predefined standards for traceability, accuracy, reliability, and precision. The lab is currently equipped with different dimensional metrology instruments such as calipers, gauges, and instrumentation to inspect various features, e.g., linear, angular, geometric form (roundness, flatness), hardness, and surface
The Ergonomics lab is concerned with experiments to fit the workstation and tools to fit the user, measure musculoskeletal stresses, evaluate Standing, and work in awkward positions in workstations. Other investigations are conducted, such as heart rate, vibration rate, and auditory measurements.