Victor Omondi Okinda (L), a student from the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering defends his MSc thesis defense entitled, “Optimal Sizing, Modelling, Simulation and Sensitivity Analysis for a Stand-alone Hybrid Solar PV-Wind Renewable Energy Power System with Energy Storage.”
Mr. Collins Mwange Mwungu, a student from the Department of Geospatial and Space Technology defends his MSc thesis defense entitled, “Spatial Data Infrastructure in Africa: A Technical and Institutional Analysis.”
Mr. Pius Kiprotoich Kipkeino (L), a student from the Department of Civil and Constructive Engineering defends his MSc thesis defense entitled, “Pedestrian Flow Characterization in Public Transit Facilities: The Case Study of Nairobi Railway Station.”
Hon. Dr. Patrick Mweu Musimba (L), the Member of Parliament for Kibwezi West Constituency with Dean, SoE during the Gala Dinner.
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One of the judges Eng. Grace Kagondu (L) with Prof. J. Mbuthia, Dean SoE (2nd L) admire one of the projects on display.
The School of Engineering of the University of Nairobi has the following Bachelor of Science degree programmes in engineering.
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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Thirty (30) Technologists from the School of Engineering have been trained in AutoCAD. The extensive training took place at the Civil Engineering...