An-Najah University Graduate Muhammad Amer Receives Seven Patents in Electronics Cooling
Muhammad Abd Al-Karim Amer, a Palestinian researcher and graduate of An-Najah National University, has been granted seven patents for his pioneering work in the field of electronics cooling. His patents included two for developing new fan blades and frames that improve flow rate and reduce noise. These patents were granted in Taiwan, which also awarded him permanent residency in recognition of his innovative contributions to the field.
After completing his undergraduate studies in Mechatronics, Robotics and Automation Engineering at An-Najah University in 2015, Eng. Amer pursued further education in Taiwan. He earned his master's and doctoral degrees from NYCU, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University in Mechanical Engineering. During his time in Taiwan, Eng. Amer published over 30 research papers in various fields, including refrigeration and air conditioning, solar cells, nanofluids and their applications, artificial intelligence, clean energy, and mechatronics.
Prof. Abdel Nasser Zaid, President of An-Najah University, expressed his pride in Eng. Amer's achievements. He emphasized that An-Najah University takes great pride in its graduates who have made significant contributions in various fields at local and international levels.
An-Najah University is dedicated to supporting and encouraging basic, applied, and developmental research, as it is one of the most important landmarks of teaching and research in Palestine. The University provides its researchers with all the necessary resources to advance their research, whether they are faculty members or students.
This outstanding achievement by Eng. Amer is a shining example of the excellence that Palestinian youth can achieve with their dedication and hard work.