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Sadr’s research boosted by new instrument

The research of Dr. Reza Sadr, associate professor in the Mechanical Engineering Program, in weather and atmospheric phenomenon in Qatar was recently amplified by a new measurement tower (pictured above). The tower along the undisturbed coastline in Al Ghariyah measures weather conditions such as atmospheric turbulence, wind velocity, temperature and humidity.The tower will collect data […]

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Texas A&M at Qatar accepted into HPC500

Texas A&M at Qatar has been accepted as a member of the HPC500, an exclusive community of high-performance computing user organizations. The HPC500 is comprised of the foremost entities that bring high-performance computing technology to bear on challenging problems in science, engineering and business. As an HPC500 member, Texas A&M at Qatar is at the […]

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Bouhali elected member of publication committee at CERN

Dr. Othmane Bouhali, director of research computing at Texas A&M at Qatar, has been elected a member of the publication committee of the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) Gas Electron Multiplier (GEM) international collaboration at the Large Hadron Collider at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). Bouhali’s role will be to review papers and results […]

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Adjunct professor’s paper recognized and receives award

Dr. Mert Atilhan, adjunct professor in the Chemical Engineering Program, has received the Elsevier-Scopus Award for spring 2015 for achievements in the natural sciences. Also, Atilhan was recently recognized for having one of the most-cited papers since 2010 in the Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research publication. His paper, “Thermophysical Properties of Pure Ionic Liquids: Review […]

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Hall lauded for fifth most cited paper in history of chemical engineering publication

Dr. Kenneth R. Hall, senior professor in the Chemical Engineering Program, received the accolade of having the fifth most cited paper in the history of Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. Having begun publishing in 1909, it is the oldest chemical engineering journal and today, it is the largest and most cited journal in its field. Hall’s article, “Pore- And Solid-Diffusion Kinetics […]

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National Vision Scholars undertake research at Texas A&M at Qatar

Twenty-three exceptional Qatari students have been named National Vision Scholars in the inaugural Summer Engineering Academy (SEA), an elite, 10-day academic enrichment program at Texas A&M University at Qatar. SEA, which runs from 28 June through 9 July, is designed for academically outstanding Qatari students who will enter grade 12 in September, said Dr. Hamid […]

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Texas A&M at Qatar mathematician theorizes what happened to MH370

The plight of Malaysia Airlines flight 370 (MH370) is one of the biggest mysteries in aviation history, but an interdisciplinary research team led by a Texas A&M University at Qatar math professor has theorized the ill-fated plane plunged vertically into the southern Indian Ocean in March 2014. The researchers’ computer simulations lead to the forensic […]

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Texas A&M at Qatar receives 23 awards from Qatar National Research Fund, sweeps top recognition awards

Texas A&M University at Qatar has received 23 research awards and swept the three recognition awards from the Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF) National Priorities Research Program (NPRP) at the QNRF Seventh Annual Research Forum. Texas A&M at Qatar received its 23 awards from the total 120 chosen for funding from 869 projects submitted by […]

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Texas A&M University at Qatar hosts experts to discuss computational science

Texas A&M University at Qatar hosted the first International Computational Science & Engineering Conference (ICSEC) 11-12 May at the Hilton Hotel Doha. The two-day event was co-organized by the Texas A&M at Qatar’s Advanced Scientific Computing (TASC) group in collaboration with the Qatar Computing Research Institute (QCRI) and the Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute […]

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Texas A&M at Qatar and Qatar Environment & Energy Institute appoint joint faculty

Texas A&M University at Qatar signed a memorandum of understanding with the Qatar Environment & Energy Institute (QEERI) 3 May for the appointment of joint faculty. The agreement aims to further strengthen the existing partnership, achieve further cooperation in the areas of research and development and create initiatives in the interest of students and faculty […]

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