Fourteen engineering students from Texas A&M at Qatar were given the opportunity to tour Qatar Science & Technology Park (QSTP) on 14 Oct. Hosted by ExxonMobil, the goal of the tour was to demonstrate the capabilities of the visualization cube. Students viewed a 3D representation of an off-shore oil rig, the insides of a working …
The Texas A&M at Qatar traditions council presented 37 students with Aggie rings in the past two weeks. Scott Jarvis, a representative from The Association of Former Students was on hand during to ceremony to inform students about the power of the Aggie network.
Dr. Lynn F. Gladden, pro-vice chancellor for research at the University of Cambridge and Shell professor of chemical engineering, Â on 11 October will present “Insights into Multi-Phase Catalytic Reactors using Magnetic Resonance Imaging.”
Professor Rudy Swennen, professor of Geology at the Catholic University of Leuven (K. U. Leuven), Belgium, will present “Diagenesis in carbonate reservoirs in foreland folds and thrust belts with special emphasis on hydrothermal dolomite,” on 17 October.