Although the two degree programmes B.Eng.(Hons) and B.Sc.I.T.(Hons) each have their own distinctive areas, the sharing of expertise in software methodology and engineering applications offers a collaborative effort in various fields. The B.Eng.(Hons) degree covers mechanical, materials, manufacturing processes, electrical, electronic, computer and communication subjects. The B.Sc.I.T.(Hons) covers areas related to computer, communication, computer science, information and software. The various student projects reflect these areas and subjects.
The exhibitions will be opened by the Prime Minister, the Hon. Dr Fenech Adami on Wednesday 3 July. The exhibitions will be open to the general public on Thursday 4, Friday 5 (between 1700hrs and 2000hrs) and Saturday 6 July (between 0830hrs and 1230hrs). The Engineering Building on the University Campus will be hosting the projects exhibition presented by the final year B.Eng.(Hons) students in its laboratories and halls. The projects of the B.Sc.I.T.(Hons) can be viewed at the Computing Building - Dar Guzeppi Zahra. Entrance for both exhibitions is from Car Park 2 or follow the signs along the ringroad.
Engineering Students' Project Exhibition
This year Vodafone Malta will be sponsoring the Department of Communications & Computer Engineering in connection with a project on Video Streaming GPRS. STMicroelectronics (Malta) Ltd, EVM Ltd, Abertax Quality Ltd and FMC Motors Ltd will be sponsoring the Department of Electrical Power & Control Engineering for the continuation of several research projects.
Some firms from industry worked conjointly with the Faculty on some of this year's engineering projects by providing essential expertise or financial and technical resources.
More information about the engineering exhibition can be obtained from the Faculty Officer, Ms Yvette Attard (Tel: 2340 2440) and from the web site http://www.eng.um.edu.mt.
Information Technology Students' Project Exhibition
Go Mobile will be sponsoring the Department of Computer Science & AI in connection with ongoing projects related to the development of mobile phone applications based on natural language processing of Maltese.
Megabyte Ltd and Oracle Corporation will be presenting their Oracle Suite of Database Products to the Department of Computer Information Systems.
More information about the Information Technology exhibition can be obtained from Ms May Lawrence (Tel: 2340 2251) and from the web site http://home.um.edu.mt/bosit.
3 July 2002