The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) student chapter and the Eta Kappa Nu Honor Society organized a field trip to GE Advanced Research and Technology Center earlier this semester.
Ninety students had the opportunity to acquire different skills and opportunities during their spring break as part of the Center for Teaching and Learning’s Engineering Enrichment cycle 1-5 March.
Dr. Mohamed Gharib from the Office of Engagement was recognized by Qatar Science & Technology Secondary School for Boys (QSTSS) during the school's internal Scientific Research Competition for his contribution in developing the school laboratories and research activities.
The Petroleum Engineering Program recently hosted its annual paper contest. Senior students wrote and presented technical papers to a jury panel of industry representatives. Placing first from the two parallel sessions were Fahad Al-Sulaiti and Robert Moukhametov. Placing…
Dr. Joseph Boutros, professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Program participated in a recent workshop on lattices and cryptography at the University of California, Berkeley (USA).
The Petroleum Engineering Program held two half-day technical sessions for senior and junior petroleum engineering students in collaboration with the Qatar Chapter of the Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts (QSPWLA) and SLB Company.
Dr. Bernhard Lamel will join the Texas A&M University at Qatar faculty in August as chair of the Science Program and professor of mathematics.
Engineering students from Texas A&M University at Qatar recently spent 48 hours designing, building and presenting ideas and technologies of benefit to the world during Invent for the Planet 2020, an international innovation competition.
More than 100 high school seniors from across Qatar learned what life as an engineering student at Texas A&M University at Qatar would be like when the branch campus recently hosted its annual Experience Texas A&M University day.
Dr. Konstantinos Kakosimos, associate professor in the Chemical Engineering Program, has been appointed Dean’s Fellow for Multiversity.