The Engineering Students Association (ESA) undertakes in several projects/activities that benefit the students and the community at large. These include: career talks, sports and tournaments, community outreaches and the Annual ESA Dinner. The Annual ESA dinner is an out of school platform where professionals from the industry interact, mentor and share ideas related to their respective fields with students.
Proposal in the framework of: United Nations/Japan Cooperation Programme on CubeSat Deployment from the International Space Station (ISS) Japanese Experiment Module (Kibo), “KiboCUBE”
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The Engineering Students Association (ESA) organized an industrial visit to Safaricom for the engineering students from the departments of Civil and Construction Engineering and Electrical and Information Engineering on 23RD September 2016. In attendance were 45 students from the two departments accompanied by Dr. Peter Akuon, a lecturer from the Electrical and Information Engineering department, University of Nairobi.
The Administrator School of Enginering Philgona Midamba takes a pose with some of the graduands from during the 55th graduation ceremony.
Standards awareness workshop for third & fourth year electrical and electronics engineering students held on Friday, 10 June 2016 at CELT
Ms. Naliaka Bertha of Department of Civil and Constructive Engineering during her oral MSc thesis defense titled: “Evaluation of Bone Char Deflouridation of Water using Adoption Isotherms and the Bed Depth Service Time (BDST) Model.”
Mr. Boniface Matheng Gocho of the Department of Electrical and Information Engineering during his research defense thesis titled: “Single Image Super Resolution Using the Wavelet Transform and Interactive Back-Projection Technique.”
Thirty (30) Technologists from the School of Engineering have been trained in AutoCAD. The extensive training took place at the Civil Engineering...