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Mona Awad Elwazir

Chair and Assistant Professor

Department of Architecture, Nile Higher Institute for Engineering and Technology


Office: +2 0502174860, +2 0502174866 (245)

Fax: +2 0502174863

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Ahmed Salah Eldin Shiba

Associate Professor

lecturer, Department of architecture, Nile higher institute for engineering & technology in Mansoura, 2018 – Present

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Mahmoud Desouki

Assistant Professor

lecturer, Department of architecture, Nile higher institute for engineering & technology in Mansoura, 2018 – Present

Abdualla A. Kormod

Assistant Professor

Professor, Department of Architecture – Higher Nile Institute of Engineering and Technology - El Mansoura 2016 till Now

Abeer Hamed Ali Ahmed Swidan


Delegated Professor in Architecture Dept. , Nile Higher Institute for Engineering & Technology , Mansoura. Egypt, 2019- 2021.

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Ahmed Hussien Hosni Aboul-Saadat


Delegated Lecturer in Architecture Dept. , Nile Higher Institute for Engineering & Technology , Mansoura. Egypt, 2017- 2021

Ahmed Mohamed Thabet


Delegated Lecturer in Architecture Dept., Nile Higher Institute for Engineering & Technology, Mansoura. Egypt, 2018- 2021.

Assem Abdel-Hameed El-Torky


Delegated Lecturer in Architecture Dept. , Nile Higher Institute for Engineering & Technology , Mansoura. Egypt, 2021- till Now.


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3D Modeling Laboratory:

Located in building B (6th Floor), the lab includes an area for showing student maquettes and samples of building materials and new techniques of handmade maquettes. The other section of the lab contains a Laser cutter machine and 3 desktop computers for 3D modeling.

Design Studio:

Located in building B (6th Floor), Computer Lab: 4 workstations + 4 BOXX workstations, flatbed scanner and laser printer, laser printer, Design Jet plotter, and one color printer/copier. Access to the campus network and internet is via Wi-Fi and Etherness. Workstations feature access to Autodesk Suite (Revit, AutoCAD, 3ds Max, etc.), SketchUp, Adobe CC (Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, etc.), Lumion, and Microsoft Office. One desk and a DSLR camera for faculty use to record the online design sessions. The lab contains 6 deskes with 6 tablets for the online architectural design sections

Materials Testing Laboratory:

Located in the lower level of Building B, one room in which concrete production and related concrete testing take place. This lab is an integral part of the materials testing courses because a clear understanding of material behavior is required for proper design and analysis of structural systems. Full comprehension of material behavior is accomplished only by the actual testing of material properties and observation of the results. The mixing area of the lab is equipped with aggregate storage bins, coarse and fine aggregates shakers, specific gravity apparatus, 3 digital scales, and one mixer. The lab is also equipped with a digitally controlled water circulating system, two curing basin with sufficient space for large specimens. Other testing equipment in this area includes a static compression test for both concrete and steel, static tension test, two equipment for static bending test, sieve analysis test, slump test, vicat's test for cement, le Chatelet equipment, Blaine instrument for the fineness of cement, Los Angeles test equipment, crushing value equipment, sand vibrator, electrical oven , and compaction equipment

Surveying Laboratory:

Located in the lower level of Building B, the Lab has an area of 49.95 square meters and is designed to familiarize architecture engineering students with the basic survey tasks. The lab focuses on using traditional surveying equipment to measure altitudes, distances & angles, and the equipment used is 10 scales, 10 feet, 20 forks, 15 people, 50 meters tape, 20 metal, 30 meters tape, linen 8, integrated station 4, prism lens with holder 2 Use these basics to create an interception and a topographic map. The map was developed using a special design program. Experiments are done, 1- find suitable points. 2- Find horizontal and vertical angles. 3- Find coordinates of points, angles, and swabs. Self-leveling levels are used with standard level bars for conveying heights. The focus is on the basics and standards of measurement, and how to convert the collected data into a final drawing.

Chemistry Laboratory:

Located in lower level Building A Room (A 007), this lab supports teaching and research activities related to the chemical Engineering area of architecture engineering. A well-equipped and well-organized laboratory is essential to the teaching, research. This laboratory has all the necessary equipment for preparation of samples and standards for various analyses of liquid and solid samples. The laboratory houses traditional equipment including glassware, PH – Meter (Origin), Water Bathes, Sensitive scale , Distilled water Device lab. / Classroom space can seat up to 30 students.

Physics Laboratory:

Located in first level Building B Room (B 102), this lab supports teaching related to the area of architecture engineering. A well-equipped and well-organized laboratory is essential to the teaching, research. This laboratory has all the necessary equipment. A well-equipped and organized laboratory is essential for education and research. This laboratory contains all the necessary equipment to prove and actually verify some theories using various experiments. The laboratory contains the traditional equipment including stop watch. metal balls,galvanometer,Voltmeter,set weights, Large knee holder ,Protractor measuring, Glass tube meter ,Hook Laboratory/classroom space can seat up to 30 students.

Workshop Laboratory:

Located in lower level Building A Room (A 002), this workshop supports teaching activities related to the production Engineering area. A well-equipped and well-organized workshop is essential to the teaching. This workshop has all the necessary equipment such as the production engineering workshop (Milling machine and its tools), the welding workshop (Electric welding machine), the electric welding machine (Wood candy machine), the plumbing workshop (Casting molds), the sheet and rolling workshop (Sheet shears and rolling scissors and the paint workshop (Compressor for painting). Workshop space can seat up to 30 students

Computing Resources:

This computer laboratory is used for the primary level to teach some computational courses -Professional Practice, ARC 119 and ARC 117. The laboratory has 23 dedicated desktop computers, one black and white printer. All of the desktop computers are loaded with AutoCAD, in addition to traditional office software. This laboratory also helps expose students to industry standard and to the principles of engineering design, including team work, project management, design drawings and engineering practice. The department has adequate facilities for computing and information infrastructure in first floor A104-A105. The AE Computing Lab (A104) has capacity for 23 students and provides wireless and active Ethernet internet connections with Internet access. This lab was completely refurbished during 2015 with right new Dell computer workstations and ten large flat screen monitors. Students are able to connect their personal laptops to the monitors through VGA and HDMI cables. The room is also equipped with a 55” monitor that allows students to work in groups on projects. Wireless computer access is also available throughout the Architecture Engineering building. This is used extensively by students and faculty in classroom presentations. The objectives of the Computing Laboratory are 1) to supplement in-class instruction with assignments requiring computer usage; 2) to expose students to state-of-the-art software used in the architecture engineering profession; and 3) to provide a facility through which students can complete thesis and dissertation research requiring computer usage.

Advisory Boards

Name Position Company Role
Emad Elsherbieny Architecture Design Cairo University Professor ,Vice president
Hossam Moftah Architecture Design Platoon designs President & CEO
Tamer Abdelmaksoud Architecture Design Incon Interior contracting President & CEO
Mohammed Elsaey Architecture Design Evento Arch , Designer and interior design studio President & CEO
Eslam Elmogy Architecture Design Sketch Arch , Designer and interior design studio President & CEO
Ahmed Abd Allah Architecture Design Stream for architecture President & CEO
Fatima Samra Architecture Design Nile higher institute for engineering & technology Demonstrator
Sara Saad Architecture Design Nile higher institute for engineering & technology Demonstrator

Architectural Engineering Department

Chair message:

Head of Architectural Department : It gives me great pleasure and honor to welcome you to the Architectural Engineering Department (AED) and its high caliber staff members and teaching assistants, Throughout 8 years of excellence, the AED played a proactive role in providing the Architectural, Engineering, and Construction industries with qualified graduates who are capable to contribute significantly in building the nation. The AED is a positive, multidisciplinary and creative environment that helps to equip students with state-of-the-art knowledge and practical skills in Architectural Engineering to address global environmental and technological challenges. It brings students to the fore cutting-edge approaches to architecture, urban planning, and design, landscape architecture, building services, sustainability, construction technology, and management. Finally, I invite you to explore our website and learn more about the department, staff members, and projects.

The Head

Dr. Mona Al-Wazir

Vision & Mission

“The Architecture engineering mission is to provide a high-quality educational experience for undergraduate and graduate students in the areas of architectural, environmental, geotechnical, structural, and transportation engineering and environmental science. The educational experience is accomplished through innovative classroom instruction aided by computer and multimedia-based instruction, laboratory experiences and student mentoring. The products of this experience are engineers and scientists capable of critical thinking, devoted to a lifetime of learning, and highly sought after by employers

Curriculum map

The CEE faculty agreed that the BSCEE program would adopt the following seven outcomes published by ABET Inc.:

  1. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics (Problem Solving).
  2. An ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors (Design).
  3. An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences (Communication).
  4. An ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts (Ethics).
  5. An ability to function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives (Team Work).
  6. An ability to develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions (Experimental Techniques).
  7. An ability to acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies (Knowledge).

The program education objectives (PEOs) for the BSCEE program are built upon the mission statements to provide a high-quality education through the engagement of students via co-op internships, practical experiences and rigorous curriculum. The BSCEE PEOs will generate graduates who:

  1. Succeed in a broad range of careers in industry and graduate/professional school. (Career Opportunities).
  2. Demonstrate leadership, communication and team-building skills. (Leadership and Communication).
  3. Comply with professional ethics codes, understand societal issues and engage in life-long learning for continued professional development. (Life-long Learning) The program educational objectives are discussed with constituents every three years and reviewed and modified, if necessary, during the annual departmental retreat. These constituents include employers, alumni and students.


The registration policy at NHIET relies on academic advisors to check the particular needs of each students and make sure that the appropriate set and sequence of courses are followed. This is supported by a special Academic Advising Module in the web-based student information system (Ibn al-haytham) http://nile.mans.edu.eg/ The academic advisor interface allows the display of the academic plan for the student with the status of each course in order to properly select the courses to be registered. The system checks meeting the prerequisites and the constraints of the maximum number of credit hours that can be registered in a single term. If the student needs to take an out of plan course, then a proper justification should be offered that is checked and approved by the academic advisor then the department chairman before it can be registered using a special paper form. A Table from the Ibn al-haytham academic advising student plan status and registration interface and curriculum chart are shown as follows.

2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019 2019-2020 Total Graduates
Enrolled in Graduated Enrolled in Graduated Enrolled in Graduated Enrolled in Graduated Graduated
2012 2017 2013 2018 2014 2019 2015 2020
53 36 56 51 47 44 60 39 170 Graduates
2020-2021 2021-2022 2022-2023 2023-2024 Total Enrolled
Enrolled in Graduated Enrolled in Graduated Enrolled in Graduated Enrolled in Graduated Enrolled
2016 2021 2017 2022 2018 2023 2019 2024
83 - 77 - 58 - 43 - 261 Enrolled
  • Second term schedule
  • Academic teaching staff :

    Name Degree Scientific Department Critical Major
    Dr. Mona Awad Abu Al-Anin Al-Wazir Chair / Assistant Professor Architecture Engineering Architecture
    Dr. Mohi El-din Ahmed Mohamed Lecturer Architecture Engineering Architecture
    Dr. Mahmoud Ahmed Desouki Lecturer Architecture Engineering Architecture
    Dr. Abdullah Ali Ismail karmad Lecturer Architecture Engineering Architecture
    Dr. Sherine El-Shahat Abdel-Baqi Lecturer Architecture Engineering Architecture
    Dr.Ahmed Mohamed Thabet Ali El Din Lecturer Architecture Engineering Architecture
    Dr. Assem Abdel-Hameed El-Torky Lecturer Architecture Engineering Architecture
    Dr. Heba Mohammed ahmed Mohammed Abdou Lecturer Architecture Engineering Architecture
    Dr. Dalia Ali Awad Al-Tramsi Lecturer Architecture Engineering Architecture

    Teaching Associate Staff :

    Name Degree
    Eng. Walaa Abdo Abdel Razek Ali Associate lecturer
    Eng. Ziad Magdy Yahya Ahmed Associate lecturer
    Eng. Mohamed Salah Al-Ashry Associate lecturer
    Eng. Esraa Taher Ahmed Mashali Associate lecturer
    Eng. Marwa El-Sayed Ali El-Sayed Associate lecturer
    Eng. Esraa Barakat Al-Sayed Associate lecturer
    Eng. Samar Ibrahim Abdel Fattah Al-Najjar Demonstrator
    Eng. Basma Majed Ibrahim Demonstrator
    Eng. Rawan Nasser El-Desouky Demonstrator
    Eng. Fatima Ahmed Shaaban Demonstrator
    Eng. Kholoud Reda El-Sayed Demonstrator
    Eng. Sarah Saad Abdel Hamid Demonstrator