SESC is a multidisciplinary research center with the goal of carrying out research and development in the diversified fields related to engineering encompassing industrial and manufacturing, mechatronics, thermo-fluids, and renewable energy fields, developing leadership qualities, perspectives, and skills in students, faculty, and alumni. The center includes many facilities, such as, robotics lab, renewable energy and modern control lab, ergonomics lab, Metrology lab, nano science and material lab, and computational facility with more than 128 cores and 265 GB of memory.



Synergizing diversified industry with original research for promoting Sustainable development.​​​​​​​


Bridging between original research, industrial challenges and governmental policies and frameworks for better implementation of sustainable development philosophy


Research Tracks:

1. Industrial and Manufacturing track

  • Nanostructured polymers nanostructured oxide semiconductors.
  • Nanostructured coatings for corrosion protection.
  • Graphene and graphene nanocomposites materials for energy generation, conversion, and storage.
  • Mechanics of materials and finite element modelling.
  • Utilization of agricultural waste.
  • Logistics and supply chain design and management problems.
  • Planning and management problems.
  • Production and Operations Management problems.
  • Vehicle routing problem.
  • Smart grid management optimization models.
  • Ergonomics assessment in industrial companies.
  • Providing industrial solutions in work in process and inventory models in industrial companies.
  • Carbon Emissions characteristics and calculation.
  • Environmental assessment, management, and sustainability.
  • Wastewater treatment.
  • Assessment of Green buildings.
  • Green Energy in Construction, LEED, and green building certification.
  • Establishing an integrated sustainable waste management model for agricultural waste.
  • Assessment of pharmaceutical residues and their removal from water masses.

2.Thermal and Energy track

  • Bioengineering and renewable energy systems.
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD).
  • Turbomachinery.
  • Fluid-structure interaction.
  • Wind energy and Aerodynamics.
  • lean energy technology.
  • Simulation and modelling.

3. Mechatronics

  • Robotics and robust control.
  • Control Theory and Applications.
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning applications.
  • Bio-Mechatronics and Rehabilitation.