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Texas A&M at Qatar researchers receive UREP awards

Texas A&M at Qatar has received three awards totaling more than $68,000 from the Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF) Undergraduate Research Experience Program (UREP). UREP aims to enhance the learning experiences of undergraduate students by encouraging faculty members to integrate students into their ongoing scholarly and professional activities. UREP engages undergraduates through the mentorship of […]

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Texas A&M at Qatar researchers receive travel grants

Three Texas A&M at Qatar researchers have been awarded travel grants to showcase their research through the Research Excellence Travel Grant. Amro Abdel Khalek Abdel Nabi, Thor-Bjørn Ottosen, Haw-Lih Su and are this quarter’s recipients of $1,500 travel grants. Nabi is a research associate in the Electrical and Computer Engineirng Program working with Dr. Hussein […]

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Harrou awarded JSREP project

Fouzi Harrou, an assistant research scientist in the Chemical Engineering Program working under the supervision of Dr. Mohamed Nounou, received a Junior Scientists Research Experience Program (JSREP) research award in its sixth cycle. This is a prestigious award as only three projects have been accepted in this cycle. The awarded project, “Multivariate Statistical Process Monitoring […]

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Noureldin receives ConocoPhillips Fellowship

Mohamed Noureldin received the 2014 Conoco Phillips fellowship for $10,000 in recognition of his excellent productivity and for his scholarly accomplishments as a Ph.D. student at Texas A&M University. Noureldin is co-supervised by Dr. Nimir Elbashir from the Chemical Engineering Program at Texas A&M at Qatar and Dr. Mahmoud El-Halwagi from the Artie McFerrin Department […]

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Chemical Engineering Program honored by AIChE

The Chemical Engineering Program at Texas A&M University at Qatar received the Harry West Award from the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) in recognition for the study, “Synthetic Jet Fuels Obtained from Natural Gas via Gas-to-Liquid Technology.” The research was conducted by students Moiz Bohra, Samah Warrag, Haider Ramadhan and Ibrahim Al Nuaimi, and […]

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Ochoa to discuss hybrid interfaces

Dr. Ozden Ochoa, Texas A&M professor emeritus of mechanical engineering and TEES senior research professor, will present “Creating and Characterizing Hybrid Interfaces” 28 April. Ochoa’s talk will focus on the design and assessment of the interface between Ti (or NiTi) foil and T300 textile reinforced bismaleimide-based matrix composites (PMC) for high-temperature applications. The lecture will begin at noon […]

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RDP awards travel grants to University researchers

Three Texas A&M at Qatar researchers have been awarded travel grants to showcase their research through the Research Excellence Travel Grant. Ahmed ElSerogi, Islam Safak Bayram and Veeranna Yempally are this quarter’s recipients of $1,500 travel grants. An initiative of the Researcher Development Program (RDP), the grants provide financial support to cover conference related travel […]

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Amani receive top UREP accolades

Dr. Mahmoud Amani, associate professor of petroleum engineering, and his undergraduate research team have taken third place in the oral presentation segment of the sixth Undergraduate Research Experience Program (UREP) competition. Out of 87 projects completed in 2013, 25 were chosen to undergo initial panel reviews at Qatar National Research Fund. In February 2014, five projects were chosen […]

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Researchers take top honors

Dr. Georges Ayoub, assistant research scientist, and his team won Best Research Award at the recent Materials Science and Engineering Symposium. Ana Rodriguez, research associate, won Best Poster Award. For information contact Vicky Molina:, +974.4423.0199.

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RDP and OASIS recognize participants of pilot communication course

Five University researchers recently completed a pilot portfolio course on technical communication. Sponsored by the Researcher Development Program (RDP) and the Office of Academic Supplemental Instruction Services (OASIS). Marwa AbdelGawad, Salvador Moncho Escriva, Chandramohan Ayyavu, Andre Zuber and Thor-Bjorn Ottosen completed the course designed to sharpen written correspondence, such as cover letters, emails, acknowledgement letters, […]

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