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New Texas A&M at Qatar research center aims to advance high-performance computing and scientific visualization

A Texas A&M University at Qatar research initiative in advanced scientific computing aims to become a regional and global leader in scientific computing by developing innovative solutions and using state-of-the-art computational tools to address computational challenges in science, engineering and industry. The Advanced Scientific Computing Center brings together faculty and researchers from a wide variety […]

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Texas A&M at Qatar faculty researchers receive TEES Engineering Genesis Awards

Two faculty members from Texas A&M University at Qatar were recognized with the Engineering Genesis Award for Multidisciplinary Research from the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES). Dr. Nimir Elbashir and Dr. Shehab Ahmed each received the award, which is presented to TEES researchers who have secured significant research grants of $1 million or more. […]

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Mohamed publishes first paper on GEM detectors

Electrical and computer engineering student Taif Mohamed published her first paper, “Uniformity studies in large area triple GEM-based detectors,” with research associate professor Dr. Othmane Bouhali in the journal Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research. The article included results from extensive simulation work of charged particle detectors planned to be used for the upgrade […]

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Texas A&M at Qatar to offer cross-disciplinary research course

Texas A&M at Qatar will offer a cross-disciplinary, special topics course, Research Methods and Experiences, in spring 2017. In the course, a student and faculty member are paired together on a research project of mutual interest in which the student’s research goals are supervised by the faculty adviser. The eight students selected for the course […]

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Ahmed gives talk at QF R&D Research Dialogue series

Dr. Shehab Ahmed, associate professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Program, gave a talk at Qatar Foundation Research and Development’s Research Dialogue series 3 Nov. Ahmed spoke about expanding his focus from mainly seeing his work published in scientific journals to the contribution he could make strengthening Qatar’s human capacity in research and development. […]

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Ansari gives tutorial at WINCOM 2016

Postdoctoral research associate Dr. Imran Shafique Ansari gave a tutorial, “Full duplex communication for 5G: Challenges, Opportunities and Applications” at the International Conference on Wireless Networks and Mobile Communications (WINCOM 2016) in Fez, Morocco, 28 Oct. The tutorial afforded present researchers and Ph.D. candidates ideas on what to base their theses on. The tutorial was […]

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Abbasi gives invited talk at Nano S&T 2016

Dr. Qammer H. Abbasi, assistant research scientist at the Center for Remote Healthcare Technology and Systems Extension in Qatar and visiting lecturer in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Program, gave an invited talk at the Sixth Annual World Congress of Nano Science and Technology (Nano S&T 2016) in Singapore, 26-28 Oct. Abbasi spoke about his […]

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RDP awards travel grant to Arfaoui

Mohamed Amine Arfaoui, research assistant under Dr. Ali Ghrayeb in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Program, has been awarded a $1,200 travel grant to showcase his research through the Research Excellence Travel Grant Program. Arfaoui will present at the IEEE GLOBECOM 2016 in Washington, D.C., 4-8 Dec. The travel grants are an initiative of the […]

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Texas A&M at Qatar student interns with CERN Detector Technology Program

Mechanical engineering student Fahad Al-Thani was awarded a place in a prestigious summer internship program at CERN in the Detector Technology Program in Switzerland for eight weeks. With funding from Qatar Foundation Research and Development (QF R&D), Al-Thani is the second Qatari student to travel to Switzerland for a CERN internship. The first Qatari student […]

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Da Motta hosts Texas A&M Ph.D. candidate for research collaboration

Dr. Eduardo Da Motta, visiting associate professor in the Petroleum Engineering Program, is hosting Texas A&M University Ph.D. candidate Robert M. Shirley for a collaborative research project between the two campuses headed by Da Motta and Dr. Ding Zhu, professor in the Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering at Texas A&M. Shirley will be based […]

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