The High Energy and Medical Physics group won the best poster award at the 11th Annual Scientific Meeting and Irish Association of Physicists in Medicine workshop.
Dr. Saber Trabelsi, assistant professor of mathematics in the Science Program at Texas A&M University at Qatar, participated in a panel discussion in the Doha Smart Cities Summit. The panel, “Smart City Pandemic Readiness panel,” explored how smart cities dealt with the COVID-19 pandemic and the role of technology in mitigating the effects. Other panelists included Andrey Telenkov, CEO of…
Physics professor Dr. Wieslaw Krolikowski from the Science Program has recently published his research in Nature Communications.
Dr. Ricardo Alonso, associate professor of mathematics in the Science Program at Texas A&M University at Qatar, has been chosen to serve as associate editor of the SIAM journal Multiscale Modeling and Simulation.
Texas A&M University at Qatar, a Qatar Foundation partner university, will restart its Al Maerifa Public Seminar Series designed to share expertise and knowledge with the local community in Qatar on 10 Sept. with a discussion of the university’s response to COVID-19.
The start of the fall semester at Texas A&M University at Qatar, a Qatar Foundation partner university, saw a record 181 new undergraduate engineering students — including the largest incoming class of 103 Qatari students.
Texas A&M at Qatar is partnering with the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station, Arts et Métiers Institute of Technology (France) and Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece) to organize a series of webinars focus on commercializing deep technologies.
Texas A&M University at Qatar, a Qatar Foundation partner university, has recognized seven recent graduates as Students of the Year for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Texas A&M University at Qatar, a Qatar Foundation partner university, awarded bachelor’s and master’s degrees to 105 engineers today (7 May) in a ceremony recognizing all graduates.
Code design and modeling to improve testing, 3D printing of medical parts and devices, and strategies to prevent the spread of coronavirus are just a few of the projects that faculty researchers at Texas A&M at Qatar are investigating during the global COVID-19 pandemic.