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Texas A&M University at Qatar and the British Council host Water and Energy Workshop

Texas A&M University at Qatar held the Water and Energy Workshop on 15-17 Feb. at the Hamad bin Khalifa University Student Center in Education City. The workshop, co-organized by the University of Bradford, the British Council, the British Embassy and the Qatar Energy and Environment Research Institute (QEERI), brought international academic and industrial experts to […]

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Van de Logt’s article published in American Indian Quarterly

Professor Mark van de Logt’s article, “‘The Whirlwind is Coming to Destroy My People!': Symbolic Representations of Epidemics in Airfare Oral Tradition,” was recently published in the American Indian Quarterly. The article analyzes American Indian monster stories and argues that these monsters such as Whirlwind, snakes and bears actually represent historical traumas such as epidemics, inter-tribal wars, […]

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Texas A&M at Qatar gas hydrates research highlighted in prestigious journal

A research paper written by a team of Texas A&M University at Qatar chemical engineers has been featured on the cover of the Journal of Chemical Physics. The paper, “Prediction of the Phase Equilibria of Methane Hydrates Using the Direct Phase Coexistence Methodology,” describes the naturally occurring problem of gas hydrates in natural gas pipelines […]

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Three 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 Program. Dr. Ilaria Menapace, Dr. Morteza Mohammadzaheri and Andrea Tibaduiza Rincon are this quarter’s recipients of $1,500 travel grants. Menapace is a postdoctoral research associate in the Mechanical Engineering Program working with Dr. Eyad Masad. […]

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Linke’s paper now fourth most cited in Applied Thermal Engineering

Linke’s paper now fourth most cited paper in Applied Thermal Engineering A 2010 paper written by Dr. Patrick Linke, professor and chair of the Chemical Engineering Program at Texas A&M University at Qatar, is now the fourth most-cited paper in the Elsevier journal Applied Thermal Engineering. The paper, “On the systematic design and selection of […]

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Texas A&M at Qatar and local partners host MEMA 2015

Texas A&M University at Qatar is co-hosting the Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) Middle East-Mediterranean Materials Congress on Energy and Infrastructure Systems 11-14 Jan at the Ritz Carlton Hotel Doha. The conference is co-organized and sponsored by Qatar University, Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute (QEERI) and the Qatar Petrochemical Company (QAPCO). Dr. Eyad […]

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Researchers asking for input on vehicle tires and maintenance

The Texas A&M Transportation Institute and Texas A&M at Qatar are conducting research on the relationship between tire safety and road accidents in Qatar. The researchers are asking for Texas A&M at Qatar faculty, staff and students to share their input on this topic by responding to a survey on what vehicle tires you use […]

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Mansoor, Malik place third in aluminum paper contest

A paper written by Dr. Bilal Mansoor, assistant professor in the Mechanical Engineering Program, and his research associate Jahanzaib Malik won third prize in the Annual Aluminum Symposium Competition 2014. Mansoor and Malik’s paper was recognized for the novelty of application, technical content and analysis. In the paper, “Aluminum Shipping Containers: A Prospective Aluminum Application […]

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Texas A&M at Qatar receives $9.16 million in research awards from QNRF NPRP-EP

Two proposals from Texas A&M University at Qatar have been awarded a total of $9.16 million funding from the sixth batch of National Priorities Research Program – Exceptional Proposals (NPRP–EP). Dr. Mark H. Weichold, dean and CEO of Texas A&M at Qatar, said, “Texas A&M at Qatar is committed to build research capacity in Qatar […]

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Researchers win best paper award and IEEE GLOBECOM 2014

A team of researchers from Texas A&M University at Qatar, Texas A&M University and the University of Waterloo received a best paper award at IEEE GLOBECOM 2014, which was held in Austin 8-12 Dec. Texas A&M at Qatar’s Muhammad Ismail, assistant research scientist, and Itochu Professor Khalid A. Qaraqe — both from the Electrical and Computer Engineering […]

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