Chemical Engineering News
Two graduate students from Texas A&M University at Qatar are being sponsored by Total as a part of Total’s effort to advance research in sustainable natural gas conversion to chemical products. The eight-month program, awarded by the French oil and gas company, will see graduate students Nagat Elrefaei…
Nine faculty members from Texas A&M University at Qatar, a Qatar Foundation partner university, were included on a list recently published by Stanford University researchers whose study identified the top 2 percent of most-cited scientists worldwide in all fields. Making the list were Dr. Tingwen Huang, mathematics; Dr. Eyad Masad, mechanical engineering and civil engineering; Dr. Ioannis…
Faculty and staff researchers at Texas A&M at Qatar, a Qatar Foundation partner university, have received funding from the Qatar National Research Fund’s (QNRF) National Priorities Research Program for 11 projects that will benefit multiple industries in Qatar and its people.
Dr. Nimir Elbashir, joint professor in the Chemical Engineering and Petroleum Engineering Programs, will give the next virtual lecture in the Al Maerifa Public Seminar Series on 29 October from 12 to 1 p.m. Elbashir’s talk, “Industry-Academia Collaboration in Advancing Qatar’s Gas Processing Research,”…
Qatar Foundation recently named Dr. Nimir Elbashir Distinguished Inventor of the Year for 2020 during QF's Virtual Awards Ceremony and Innovation Showcase.
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.
Mr. Khalifa Abdulla Al-Sowidi has joined the chemical engineering faculty at Texas A&M University at Qatar, a Qatar Foundation partner university, bringing his more than 30 years of industry experience to the classroom to benefit engineering students at the university.
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.
The Process Systems Engineering research team at Texas A&M at Qatar led by Chemical Engineering Program faculty members Dr. Patrick Linke and Dr. Dhabia Al-Mohannadi presented multiple research papers at the 23rd Conference on Process Integration, Modelling and Optimisation for Energy Saving and Pollution Reduction (PRES'20), one of the major conferences in the process integration and sustainable development fields.
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.