NEW VICE CHANCELLOR Prof. VICTORIA W. NGUMI VISITS CoETEC

NEW VICE CHANCELLOR Prof. VICTORIA W. NGUMI VISITS CoETEC

Wednesday 5th September 2018 was a special day for the College of Engineering and Technology (CoETEC) Family. It was the day that the new Vice Chancellor Prof. Victoria Ngumi accompanied by the Acting Deputy Vice Chancellors Prof. Bernard Ikua (Administration), Acting Deputy Vice Chancellor Prof. Robert Kinyua (Academic Affairs) and Deputy Vice Chancellor Prof. Mary Abukutsa (R.P.E) visited the College and its staff led by the Acting Principal Dr. Hiram Ndiritu. Staff who started streaming to the meeting venue at iPIC earlier than scheduled, had a lot of anticipation having been presented with the opportunity… Continue reading →

Varsity Students Leverage on Technology to Conduct Electronic Elections

Varsity Students Leverage on Technology to Conduct Electronic Elections

JKUAT Society of Engineering Students (SES) held its annual hand-over elections on Tuesday February 27, 2018 and for the first time in the history of the society the exercise was done electronically. The society used an electronic voting system that had been designed and built by final year engineering students; Koi Anyango, Frederick Kirimi, Lucy Masaba and Pascal Aloo. The whole exercise which normally takes close to two hours, took only 40 minutes. The system is an electronic voting box with a touch display that allows the voter to conduct the voting exercise with ease…. Continue reading →

ADVERTISEMENT FOR MSc AND PhD TRAINING

Candidates are invited to carry out MSc/PhD research under the recently launched Research Chair in Manufacturing. The Research Chair focuses on technological innovation for quality and competitiveness in the coconut value chain. The support will comprise a stipend, and funding for research materials. The research focus for PhD candidates will be in the following areas: 1. Characterization and value addition of coconut and its products. 2. Development and optimization of machinery for processing of coconut products. For MSc candidates, the focus will be in the following areas: 1. Social economics related to coconut value addition…. Continue reading →

ADVERT FOR UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES FOR 2018

Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) invites applications for admission in the College of Engineering and Technology (COETEC) in the following programs: 1. Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Electronic Engineering 2. Bachelor of Science in Electronic and Computer Engineering 3. Bachelor of Science in Telecommunication and Information Engineering 4. Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering 5. Bachelor of Science in Geomatic Engineering and Geospatial Information Systems 6. Bachelor of Science in Mechatronic Engineering 7. Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 8. Bachelor of Science in Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering 9. Bachelor of… Continue reading →

TECHNICAL SKILLS UPGRADING PROGRAM FOR iPIC STAFF BY JAPANESE TECHNOLOGISTS

TECHNICAL SKILLS UPGRADING PROGRAM FOR iPIC STAFF BY JAPANESE TECHNOLOGISTS

This year’s skills upgrading program for technical staffs involved in the Innovation and Prototyping Integrated Centre (iPIC) activities at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) was carried out from 13th to 18th September 2017. The objective of this training was to equip participants with technical knowhow in the operation and maintenance of existing and newly acquired equipment donated by the Government of Japan through the Africa-ai-Japan Project based at JKUAT. This activity was part of the wider effort by the stakeholders to enhance Africa Innovation by providing the necessary infrastructure and human resources… Continue reading →

THE FIRST FORUM ON GEOTHERMAL TECHNOLOGY IN KENYA HELD IN JKUAT

THE FIRST FORUM ON GEOTHERMAL TECHNOLOGY IN KENYA HELD IN JKUAT

Collaboration between JKUAT, JICA, Kyushu University Japan, KenGen and Geothermal Development Company is one that in the long run shall bring to being a socio-economic mega impact if the goals and the objectives of the first Forum in Kenya and Africa on Geothermal Technology is anything to go by. The Forum was a result of various meetings and discussions between JKUAT’s college of Engineering led by the Principal Prof. Bernard Ikua, KenGen led by Assistant Manager in Charge of Resource Management, Mr. Cyrus Karingithi and Prof. Ryuichi Itoi of Kyushu University. The discussions majored on… Continue reading →