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Nounou's paper on time-delay systems ranked most downloaded from Oxford Journals Web site

Published Sep 15, 2009

Dr. Mohamed Nounou, senior associate professor of chemical engineering, and Dr. Hazem Nounou, senior associate professor of electrical engineering, have co-authored a paper ranked first in the top five most downloaded articles from the IMA Journal of Mathematical Control and Information, published by the Oxford Journals. The paper titled "

Texas A&M at Qatar to offer short course on genomics

Published Sep 14, 2009

The Texas A&M at Qatar Electrical and Computer Engineering Department on 4-7 Oct. will host a short course titled "Engineering Applications in Genomics." The course will provide a tutorial introduction to the current engineering research in genomic, the study of the DNA sequence in organisms. Dr. Aniruddha Datta, professor of electrical engineering at Texas A&M, will teach the session. The…

Wolfram Research to visit Texas A&M at Qatar

Published Sep 12, 2009

During its upcoming tour of the Middle East, Wolfram Research, one of the world's leading software companies, on 6 Oct. will be organizing an introductory afternoon in the Texas A&M Engineering Building.The program consist of two sessions. The first is titled "Mathematica 7 in Education and Research." which is scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. in lecture hall 238. The second…

Ozalp's paper on utilization of heat ranked among top three most downloaded for June and July

Published Sep 08, 2009

Dr. Nesrin Ozalp, senior assistant professor of mechanical engineering, is author of a paper listed among the top three most downloaded articles from the American Society Mechanical Engineers Journal of Energy Resources Technology Web site for the months of June and July.The paper, titled "Utilization of Heat, Power and Recovered Waste Heat for Industrial Processes in the…

Student Body Government to host Iftar

Published Sep 06, 2009

The Texas A&M at Qatar Student Body Government today will host iftar for Texas A&M at Qatar faculty, staff and students. The event will take place at 5:45 p.m. in the research rotunda of the Texas A&M Engineering Building. For information contact Abdalla Abdalla:

Garangao provides cultural exchange

Published Sep 06, 2009

Texas A&M at Qatar on 3 Sept. hosted Garangao, a traditional celebration for children held on the 14th day of Ramadan, in the student lounge of the Texas A&M Engineering Building.Thamer Al-kuwari, a junior electrical engineering major, said the even is important to the University because of the cultural exchange Garangao provides."We have a lot of different cultures…

Soccer teams continue tournament play

Published Sep 05, 2009

The Aggie men's soccer teams on Tuesday continue play in the Qatar Foundation men's indoor tournament. The Texas A&M Maroon team will face off against Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar's faculty and staff team beginning at 9 p.m. The Texas A&M White team will face against QMDI beginning at 11 p.m. Both games will be played in the recreation center's green gym.For information contact…

Office of Academic Affairs hosts three-day faculty workshop

Published Sep 02, 2009

The Office of Academic Affairs on Tuesday began a three-day faculty development workshop. Two experts from College Station are facilitators for the workshop: Dr. Jeff Froyd, director of the Division of Academic Development in the Office of the Dean of Faculties, and Dr. Dennie Smith, professor and head of the Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture in the College of Education and Human Development.…

Texas A&M at Qatar to celebrate Garangao

Published Sep 02, 2009

Texas A&M at Qatar on Thursday will celebrate Garangao, a traditional celebration for children held on the 14th day of Ramadan.Garangao is believed to have its roots in the pearl diving traditions of the region. Children dress in traditional clothing and knock on doors in their neighborhoods to collect sweets and nuts. As part of the festival, children use special cotton bags…

Texas A&M at Qatar marks the arrival of the Formula SAE car with celebration

Published Aug 30, 2009

Texas A&M University at Qatar on Sunday commemorated the arrival of the Texas A&M Society of Automotive Engineers racecar with a celebration in the link atrium of the Texas A&M Engineering Building.Dr. Houshang Masudi, senior professor of mechanical engineering, said the car was brought to Qatar for one purpose. "The Formula SAE car was brought for the purpose of education,"…