Sunday, May, 22, 2016
Raul Tempone's summer school will serve as a forum for facilitating the exchange of
ideas and as a bridge between students and professors of international
Monday, May, 02, 2016
Prof. Muhammad Hussain's article "Functional integrity of flexible n-channel metal–oxide–semiconductor field-effect transistors on a reversibly bi-stable platform” was selected for "2015 Applied Physics Letters Editors’ Picks"- published by the American Institute of Physics – a scientific journal featuring concise, up-to-date reports on significant new findings in applied physics.
Friday, April, 15, 2016
On April 14, the “Innovator under 35 in the Arab World” prize - an award scheme organized by the MIT was bestowed on Ahmed Alfadhel, a PhD candidate in CEMSE at Kaust
Tuesday, March, 22, 2016
Prof. Muhammad Mustafa Hussain nominated for the Fellowship at the Institute of Physics (IoP), UK.
Thursday, March, 17, 2016
An accurate mathematical model is proposed to describe an emerging desalination technology called direct contact membrane distillation system. The mathematical model is important for designing efficient control and monitoring strategies, a crucial step to facilitate the commercialization of this technology.
Monday, March, 14, 2016
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia and National Science Foundation of United States of America have jointly organized this conference for the 3rd time to assemble the global leading subject matter authorities to share their views and research and to build a collaborative network with KAUST faculty and research community to use electronic materials, devices and systems for a sustainable future.
Thursday, March, 10, 2016
Congratulation to Prof. Muhammad Hussain whose smart skin project made out of cheap household materials such as foil and tape - was featured on the Washington Post and a few other news media.
Tuesday, March, 08, 2016
Patent application US 20140239446 A1 on "Fractal Structures For Fixed MEMS Capacitors” was awarded a USA patent.
Monday, February, 29, 2016
A new algorithm is proposed to estimate the average velocity, dispersion coefficient, and differentiation order of a space-fractional advection-dispersion equation used for modeling contaminant transport in porous media. This allows for the characterization of the medium and the determination of the contaminant source. The algorithm is efficient, robust and fast.
Saturday, February, 20, 2016
The Berkeley Sensor & Actuator Center (BSAC), founded in 1986 as the National Science Foundation Industry/University Cooperative Research Center for Microsensors and Microactuators. Professor Kosel spoke about magnetic micro- and nanosystems research being conducted at the Semsing, Magnetism and Microsystems group at KAUST.