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RDP awards travel grants to Texas A&M at Qatar researchers

Four Texas A&M at Qatar researchers have been awarded travel grants to showcase their research through the Research Excellence Travel Grant Program. Muhammad Bilal Shakir, Yushan Liu, Dhananjaya Patra and Rajesh Raju are this quarter’s recipients of $1,200 travel grants. Shakir is a research assistant in the Liberal Arts Program working with Dr. Hassan Bashir. […]

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Chemical Science publishes Al-Hashimi’s research

Research scientist Dr. Mohammed Al-Hashimi published his article, “Thermodynamic synthesis of solution processable ladder polymers,” in Chemical Science, a journal with an impact factor of 9.211 that publishes research articles of exceptional significance from across the sciences. The article described the synthesis of carbazole-derived, well defined ladder polymers under thermodynamic control by employing reversible ring-closing […]

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Texas A&M at Qatar MH370 research named one of the top math stories of 2015

Texas A&M mathematician Dr. Goong “Gordon” Chen’s research theorizing what happened to Malaysia Airlines flight 370 (MH370) has been named one of the top math stories of 2015 by the American Mathematical Society (AMS). Chen and an interdisciplinary research team theorized that the ill-fated plane plunged vertically into the southern Indian Ocean in March 2014. […]

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Mechanical engineering former student publishes in high-impact journal

  Dr. Sami El-Borgi and Dr. J.N. Reddy have published a paper with Ralston Fernandes, El-Borgi’s research assistant who graduated with a degree in mechanical engineering from Texas A&M at Qatar in May 2014. Fernandes; El-Borgi, professor of mechanical engineering at Texas A&M at Qatar; and Reddy, University Distinguished Professor at Texas A&M’s main campus in College Station, Texas, USA, published a […]

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Eight research teams win UREP awards

Texas A&M at Qatar was awarded eight Undergraduate Research Experience Program grants in the 18th cycle of the program by Qatar National Research Fund. These projects, which are instrumental in enriching students’ educational experiences, will involve 17 undergraduate students. The primary research mentors of the projects were Dr. Hussein Alnuweiri, Dr. Marcelo Castier, Dr. Ibrahim […]

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Elserogi wins best presentation award

Dr. Ahmed Elserogi, postdoctoral research associate in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Program, won the best presentation award for his paper, “A Grid-Connected Switched PV Array,” at the Annual Conference of the Industrial Electronics Society (IECON 2015) in Yokohama, Japan, 9 Nov.

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The Oil and Gas Year Qatar features GFRC

The Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) Gas and Fuels Research Center (GFRC) was recently highlighted in the latest edition of The Oil & Gas Year Qatar, a preeminent publication on the global energy industry. The institutional profile highlighted GFRC’s research work, including developing methods to capture and utilize carbon dioxide released from the gas-to-liquids […]

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Texas A&M at Qatar to host QSTP informational session on startup funding program

Texas A&M at Qatar will host representatives from Qatar Science and Technology Park (QSTP) who will hold an informational session on the Accelerator program, which funds the commercialization of technology-based startups, 22 Oct. from noon to 1 p.m. in Lecture Hall 238. The three-month program provides training, mentorship, physical space and $100,000 in financial backing. […]

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RDP awards travel grants to Texas A&M at Qatar researchers

Three Texas A&M at Qatar researchers have been awarded travel grants to showcase their research through the Research Excellence Travel Grant Program. Mohammed Kashef Hany, Sertac Bayhan and Mohammed Minhaj Ghouri are this quarter’s recipients of $1,200 travel grants. Hany is a postdoctoral research associate in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Program working with Dr. […]

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Belic inaugurated as the first recipient of the Al-Sraiya Holding Professorship

Dr. Milivoj Belic, professor in the Science Program, gave a lecture, “Freak waves, Talbot carpets and accelerating beams,” 7 Oct. in Lecture Hall 238 on the occasion of his inauguration as the first recipient of the Al-Sraiya Holding Professorship. Belic’s appointment as Al-Sraiya Holding Professor is a three-year designation along with a $25,000 per-year fund […]

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