German Jordanian University

German Jordanian University

Nanolab Research Center

Nanolab Research Center

New published paper at RSC Advances

New published paper at RSC Advances

UK Media

UK Media

Anglia Ruskin University Visit to GJ

Anglia Ruskin University Visit to GJ

Nanolab Visit to UK

Nanolab Visit to UK

GJU 3rd Research Day

GJU 3rd Research Day

New Publication on Inkjet Printing

New Publication on Inkjet Printing

ABOUT US

The Nanolab @ GJU aims to investigate and develop novel micro and nano devices - such as sensors and printed electronics - for a wide variety of applications, ranging from energy conservation to biomedical devices. Research at the Nanolab is multidisciplinary, involving faculty from several different departments. The Nanolab recruits young scientists, both recent graduates and undergraduates, and helps them develop their skills.

 

Through collaborations with other institutes, both in Jordan and abroad, the Nanolab strives to produce research and products that will make an impact and improve people’s quality of life.

Our News

We are Developing our Own Boards

July 21, 2020

In the “Innovative Peer to Peer Electricity Sharing Towards the Development of Smart and Cooperative Microgrids” project, we are aiming to implement a smart switching device that is capable of measuring the electrical components (voltage, current, active and reactive power) and can be controlled remotely. This device will be connected to an online trading platform to be controlled according to the electricity trading details. Currently, we are working on creating the platform alongside with developing the board of this device.

Nanolab members received an invitation to the "Enhancing Impact for Newton-Khalidi Fund Programmes" event

March 03, 2020

We are honored to have received an invitation to the "Enhancing Impact for Newton-Khalidi Fund Programmes" event held in the Royal Scientific Society, under the patronage of HRH Princess Sumaya bint El Hassan.
The British ambassador Mr. Edward Oakden, the Minister of Higher Education and scientific Research Dr. Muhii Aldeen Tawq and Dr. Usama Al-Khalidi's daughter Dr. Muna Al-Kahlidi attended the event and spoke briefly about the idea behind the Newton-Khalidi Fund and why scientific research is very important to the future of Jordan.

Our project on developing a respiratory rate sensor for infants in low-settings areas was presented as a successful implementation of the Newton-Khalidi Fund.

Special thanks to the British Embassy in Jordan for organizing this special event.
Ahmed, Osama, and Mustafa attended the event on behalf of Prof.

Nanolab Team Visits Coventry University in UK

February 17, 2020

Through two weeks, our team have made good progress in the respiratory rate project and worked on advanced signal processing algorithms for our data, We got also trained on biomedical data acquisition devices. Moreover,  they had fruitful in-depth discussions with our UK partner that will help in finalizing this project.

We are delighted to have had the chance to present our work before professors and researchers at the Center of Intelligent Healthcare in Coventry University UK. The team showed the work progress on the inkjet-printed respiratory rate sensor and had an in-depth discussion with CU researchers who showed a lot of interest in the printing technology and its impact on low-setting areas.
 

We sincerely thank Dr. Syed Ghufran and Dr. Yuhang Xu for working closely with us during the visit period on hardware and advanced signal processing techniques.

Our third paper in January is published at Micromachines journal entitled "High-Efficiency Small Sample Microparticle Fractionation on a Femtosecond Laser-Machined Microfluidic Disc"

January 29, 2020

Our third paper in January is published at Micromachines journal entitled "High-Efficiency Small Sample Microparticle Fractionation on a Femtosecond Laser-Machined Microfluidic Disc". We are proud to be the first to claim to fabricate a glass microfluidic disc using femtosecond laser ablation. By doing so, we were able to fractionate 5 and 10 micrometre particles inside a straight microchannel in a rotating microfluidic disc. This paper resulted from our collaboration with the Institute of Microtechnology (IMT) at TU Braunschweig.

We are very thankful for the financial support of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the Deanship of Scientific Research at German Jordanian University. We also acknowledge the support by the German Research Foundation and the Open Access Publication Funds of the Technische Universität Braunschweig.

Thanks to all the authors for their contributions: Prof. Alaaldeen Al-Halhouli, Zaid Doofesh, Ahmad Al-Baghdadi and Prof. Andreas Dietzel

Please check the paper at this link: https://www.mdpi.com/2072-666X/11/2/151

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