KDUs Engineering School’s focus on research is currently based on 2 areas. Engineering Education and Advance Ceramics.
The face of Educational Techniques and Teaching Methodologies in Engineering has and continues to change. The application of Project-Based Learning and Problem-Based Learning has become more predominant. In addition, the teaching of innovation has also become a focus strength. This research cluster aims at examining on the details of these techniques and to further examine the viability and success of employing these methodologies in an Engineering Programme. For further information, please click here.
The research cluster of Energy Engineering in the School encompasses a wide array of specialist areas. This includes, Energy Efficiency and Conservation, Sustainable Construction and Condensation Heat Transfer. This research cluster aims at providing:
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Advanced CeramicsAdvanced ceramics are also known as engineering or technical ceramics. The advanced ceramics utilizes high purity, synthetically produced starting materials. It plays a key role in the progress of many fields of modern technologies, such as communication and information technology, energy and environmental technology, transportation and production technology, as well as life science. These ceramics have outstanding electrical, mechanical and optical properties which make them superior over the traditional ceramics and other materials such as metals and polymers. For further information, please click here.