In a remarkable display of talent and dedication, two high school students, Maria Qumsani and Bandar AlBraheem, started their journey at the KAUST SRSI program last year. The students were mentored by students from the Robotics, Intelligent Systems, and Control (RISC) Lab under the guidance of Professor Eric Feron.
KAUST students Kerven Durdymyradov and Charles Edward Sexton, shine at the Open Mathematical Olympiad for University Students in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, with Sexton receiving a bronze medal in the individual competition and their team securing a silver medal in the team competition.
A new book titled “Decision Trees for Fault Diagnosis in Circuits and Switching Networks” by Monther Busbait, Mikhail Moshkov, Albina Moshkova and Vladimir Shevtchenko has been published online
Weather variability and extreme events affect the optimal design and operation of renewable energy systems, particularly for striking a trade off between life cycle cost and carbon dioxide emissions.
KAUST CEMSE Division professors Peter Markowich and Jinchao Xu have been elected members of the prestigious Academia Europaea.
KAUST graduates are characterized by the rigor of their Ph.D. programs, the long hours spent in the lab and classroom, juggling professional and personal commitments, achieving a work-life balance and, more recently, the ability to adapt to a global pandemic.
KAUST Distinguished Professor of Statistics Marc Genton has received the Royal Statistical Society’s (RSS) 2023 Barnett Award.
KAUST Ph.D. statistics student Paolo Victor Redondo was selected as a runner-up in the American Statistical Association’s (ASA) Statistics in Imaging Section 2023 Distinguished Student Paper Award Competition