Engineering Student Project Exhibition - 2004 The exhibition serves as a showcase for final year students. The impressive display of projects by the students represent months of hard work, perseverance and ingenuity. This year there are over fifty exhibits pertaining to projects in various engineering fields.

Professor Maurice Grech, the dean of the faculty of engineering explained that the projects reflect the areas of development and research interests of the academic staff members within the six departments. On the mechanical engineering side these include; product development technologies and methodologies, rapid prototyping, robotics, finite element analysis, computational fluid dynamics, development of materials, design of coatings and surface treatments. Research interest on the electrical side embrace; digital imagery, microsystems, design and implementation of an electric car, renewable energy power systems, network modeling and communication systems. The students take the tutors proposal, add on a lot of hard work and enthusiasm, not to mention their ingenuity to give projects their own twist.

External examiners have remarked time after time on the high level of final-year projects and indeed the engineering course in general. Graduates from the faculty of engineering over the past decades have proved themselves in the field and distinguished themselves when furthering their studies overseas.

The Final Year Students' Projects Exhibition 2004 will be opened by the Hon. Ninu Zammit Minister for Resources and Infrastructure on Wednesday, 7
July 2004 at 1800hrs

The exhibition is of particular interest to young persons considering taking a career in engineering as well as technical personnel from industry. Visitors will be able to see the commitment and academic preparation of the students and learn more on the faculty's involvement and collaboration with industry.

The exhibtion will be held at the Faculty of Engineering Building, University Campus, Msida on:
Thursday, 8 July (1700hrs - 2000hrs)
Friday, 9 July (1700hrs - 2000hrs)
Saturday, 10 July (0900hrs - 1300hrs)