1st Edition

Proceedings of the 1st International Congress on Engineering Technologies EngiTek 2020, 16-18 June 2020, Irbid, Jordan

Edited By Suhil Kiwan, Mohammad Banat Copyright 2021

    This first volume in the Mosharaka for Research and Studies International Conference Proceedings series (P-MIC) contains peer-reviewed papers presented at the 1st International Congress on Engineering Technologies (EngiTek 2020). This event was held remotely on 16-18 June 2020, and hosted by the Faculty of Engineering, Jordan University of Science & Technology (Irbid, Jordan). The conference represented a major forum for professors, students, and professionals from all over the world to present their latest research results, and to exchange new ideas and practical experiences in the most cutting-edge areas of the field of engineering technologies. Topics covered include electrical engineering, computer science and electronics.

    1st International Congress on Engineering Technologies (EngiTek 2020) Chairpersons and Committees

    Detailed simplified implementation of filter bank multicarrier modulation using sub-channel prototype filters
    M.M. Banat &A.A. Al-Shwmi
    Academic Rewards Coin (ARC) concept: Mining academic contribution into bitcoin
    M.M. Banat & H.O. Elayyan
    Analytical modeling of dispersion penalty for NRZ transmission
    C. Matrakidis, D. Uzunidis, A. Stavdas & G. Pagiatakis
    On the attainable transparent length of multi-band optical systems employing rare-earth doped fiber amplifiers
    D. Uzunidis, C. Matrakidis, A. Stavdas & G. Pagiatakis
    Complex magnetic and electric dipolar resonances of subwavelength GaAs prolate spheroids
    G.D. Kolezas, G.P. Zouros & G.K. Pagiatakis
    The partial disclosure of the gpsOne file format for assisted GPS service
    V. Vinnikov & E. Pshehotskaya
    Traffic analysis of a software defined network
    U. Özbek, D. Yiltas-Kaplan, A. Zengin & S. Ölmez
    Outage analysis of cooperative relay non orthogonal multiple access systems over Rician fading channels
    S. Khatalin & H. Miqdadi
    A miniaturized ultra-widebandWilkinson power divider using non-uniform coplanar waveguide
    H.H. Jaradat, N.I. Dib & K.A.Al. Shamaileh
    Multi variant effects on the design of a microwave absorber and performance of an anechoic chamber
    R. AlShair,W. AlSaket &Y.S. Faouri
    Automatic detection of acute lymphoblastic leukemia using machine learning
    L.R. Bany Issa & A.K. Al-Bashir
    Simulation and synthesis of homogeneous drug encapsulating nanoparticles
    R. Khnouf, A. Migdade & E. Shawwa
    Image based microfluidic mixing evaluation technique
    R. Khnouf, A.A. Bashir, A. Migdade, E. Alshawa &A. Sheyab
    A nano/micro-sphere excited by a subwavelength laser for wireless communications
    A.A. Arisheh, S. Mikki & N. Dib
    Practical performance analysis of Carrier Aggregation (CA) with 256 QAM in commercial LTE network
    E.S. Abushabab, M. Mahmoud, M. Saad, A. Alshal & A. Elnashar
    Round opportunistic fair downlink scheduling in wireless communications networks
    M.M. Banat & R.F. Shatnawi
    Simulation assisted leak detection in pressurized systems using machine learning
    A. Mubaslat, A. AlHaj & S.A. Khashan
    A nonlinear regression-based machine learning model for predicting concrete bridge deck condition
    A.M. Chyad, O. Abudayyeh & M.R. Alkasisbeh
    CFD simulation of ducted mechanical ventilation for an underground car park
    R.F. Al-Waked
    Heat removal analysis for a fin which has longitudinal elliptical perforations using one dimensional finite element method
    A.H.M. AlEssa
    Enhancing the drying process of coated abrasives
    S. Shawish & R. Alwaked
    Streamline development of propellent-free topical pharmaceutical foam via quality by design approach for potential sunscreen application
    E. Albarahmieh, R. Alziadat, M. Saket, M. Khanfar &W. Al-Zyoud
    Analysis of a zero energy building: A case study in Jordan
    S. Kiwan, M. Kandah & G. Kandah
    Circular supply chains: A comparative analysis of structure and practices
    R. Al-Aomar & M. Hussain
    Solving fully fuzzy transportation problem with n-polygonal fuzzy numbers
    M. Alrefaei, N.H. Ibrahim & M. Tuffaha
    Rooftop garden in Amman residential buildings–sustainability and utilization
    N. Mughrabi, M.F. Hussein & N.H. Alhyari
    Analysis of speed variance on multilane highways in Jordan
    A.H. Alomari, B.H. Al-Omari & M.E. Al-Adwan


    Dr. Mohammad M. Banat obtained his B.Sc. and M. Sc. degrees in electrical engineering from Yarmouk University, Jordan, in 1984 and 1987, respectively. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Ottawa, Canada, in 1995. Between 1987 and 1989 he was a communications engineer at Jordan Civil Defense. From 1989 to 1991 he was a lecturer and researcher at the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia. Since 1995 he has been with the Department of Electrical Engineering at the Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST), where he is currently an associate professor. Dr. Banat has taught several courses in communications and signal processing. He has supervised over 25 master students. Between September and December 2005 he was an Erasmus Mundus visiting professor at the TSC Department of UPC in Barcelona, Spain. During November and December 2008, he was a visiting professor at the Department of Communications and Networking at Helsinki University of Technology (TKK) in Finland. Between March and September 2009, he has been a visiting research associate at the Centre Tecnològic de Telecomunicacions de Catalunya in Barcelona, Spain. During June and July 2012, he has been an invited professor at the TSC Department of UPC in Barcelona, Spain. Dr. Banat has been involved in several international cooperation programs, including a TEMPUS project in wireless communications, a Swedish government project in MIMO systems, and an NSF project in WDM networks. He is a reviewer for several (mainly IEEE) publications. He is a TPC member of many international conferences. He is the general chairman of international conferences organized by Mosharaka for Research and Studies. Dr. Banat is the founder of the Wireless Communications Laboratory at JUST. Research interests of Dr. Banat are focused on signal processing for wireless communications.