Skip Navigation

Category Search

Texas A&M at Qatar awarded 19 QNRF grants for research with impact in Qatar

Published Jun 28, 2017

A solar-powered desalination process, a polymer-enhanced foam to improve oil recovery in Qatari reservoirs and a wearable device to detect low blood sugar are just a few of the Texas A&M University at Qatar research projects selected to receive funding from the Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF).  Texas A&M at Qatar was awarded 19 projects from QNRF in Cycle 10 of the National Priorities…

Texas A&M at Qatar hosts short course on sustainable solar photovoltaics

Published Apr 27, 2017

Dr. Mohammed Al-Hashimi, Dr. Konstantinos Kakosimos and Dr. Robert Balog formed a multidisciplinary instructional team to teach a short course on sustainable solar photovoltaics to professionals working in the area of renewable energy at Total Qatar, QSTec, Qatar Shell, Kahramaa, Ashgal and QAPCO. The course material covered the basic fundamentals from material design and solar technologies to the…

Math workshop proceedings published by American Mathematical Society

Published Mar 17, 2017

The American Mathematical Society recently published the proceedings of the Analysis and Geometry in Several Complex Variables workshop hosted by Texas A&M at Qatar in January 2015. The volume, co-edited by mathematics professor Dr. Nordine Mir, covers many topics of current interest in several complex variables…

Krolikowski discovers new way of steering light beams in liquid crystals

Published Feb 24, 2017

Dr. Wieslaw Krolikowski, physics professor in the Science Program, published a paper, “Magnetic routing of light-induced waveguides,” in Nature Communications, which has an impact factor of 11. Krolikowski and his team discovered a new way of steering light beams in liquid crystals. This new flexible approach…

Chen uses mathematical modeling to explain complete destruction of Germanwings Flight 9525

Published Feb 23, 2017

An international team of researchers led by Texas A&M at Qatar’s mathematics professor Dr. Goong Chen has used the latest in visualization technology and their collective scientific expertise to chart the final moments of Germanwings Flight 9525, deliberately crashed in the French Alps on March 24, 2015. Although…

QAFCO – Texas A&M at Qatar Conference 2017 focuses on energy, food and water security for the future

Published Jan 16, 2017

Texas A&M University at Qatar hosted experts from around the world 12 Jan. for the annual QAFCO – Texas A&M University at Qatar Conference 2017.The 2017 conference was presented in cooperation with Texas A&M at Qatar’s longtime…

Texas A&M at Qatar hosts international math workshop sponsored by QAPCO

Published Jan 11, 2017

Mathematicians from around the world gathered at Texas A&M University at Qatar 8-10 Jan. for the international workshop, “Analysis and Geometry in Several Complex Variables II.”The meeting — held in the Hamad bin Khalifa University student center — focused on recent results and developments in the analysis and geometry of several complex variables, CR manifolds and closely related areas,…

Texas A&M at Qatar to host international math workshop

Published Dec 15, 2016

Texas A&M at Qatar will host an international mathematics workshop, "Analysis and Geometry in Several Complex Variables II," 8-12 Jan. The workshop will focus on recent results and developments in complex variables, CR manifolds and the theory of overdetermined systems of partial differential equations. The workshop is organized by Dr. Nordine Mir, professor in the Science Program, and is sponsored…

3-D printing competitions announce call for proposals

Published Dec 08, 2016

The ninth Visualization Development Competition and the fifth 3-D Printing Competition are seeking submissions that showcase the most developable and innovative uses of Texas A&M at Qatar's immersive visualization and 3-D printing facilities. The deadline to submit proposals is 8 Jan. 2017. More information about the competitions can be found here.

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

Published Dec 07, 2016

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…