Prof. Atif Interviewed by in Dawn News Morning Show
Sci-Cafe: Beyond Our Senses
KAUST Discovery: Baby steps for transparent electronics
A submicrometer-thin mesh of silver nanowires—that is transparent to light, highly electrically conductive, flexible and stretchable, and simple to make—has been developed by the IMPACT lab. The material could find use in flexible electronic displays, sensors, solar cells or even incubators for newborn babies.
Microelectronics Winter Camp 2019
Fifteen international students from all around the world joined KAUST Microelectronics Winter Camp 2019. Four of them worked at IMPACT Lab for a short-term research project.
UESTC students visit to IMPACT Lab
Twenty-two undergraduate students from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC), Chengdu, visited IMPACT Lab as part of one week Winter Camp at KAUST.
Living and working at KAUST: Maria M Bermúdez
A few words from Maria Bermudez Arboleda on her experience at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, in Saudi Arabia. This is a special message in Colombia for prospective students who are interested in joining KAUST in the future. Maria is a master student at KAUST working under the supervision of Prof. Atif Shamim.
'Screen Printed, Microwave Based Level Sensor for Automated Drug Delivery', Muhammad Akram Karimi at IEEE Sensors Conference
Muhammad Akram Karimi presented a Demo in IEEE Sensor Conference 2017.
Sci-Café: Does our future look more like the Jetsons or Terminator?
KAUST researchers including Prof. Atif Shamim participated as panelist are exploring ideas ranging from IOT to machine learning, and they shared their ideas at Sci-Cafe.
Don't Talk Back! at IMS2017 3MT® Farhan Abdul Ghaffar, Honorable Mention
Farhan Abdul Ghaffar received the Honorable Mention for his presentation, 'Don't Talk Back!' at The Inaugural IMS2017 Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) Competition.
Smart bandage technology provides instant updates on the condition of chronic wounds through a mobile phone app. Injuries that fail to heal within three months, such as many diabetic foot ulcers, can require years of treatment and significant healthcare resources. A sensor-laden bandage developed by a research team at KAUST promises to reduce the burden on hospitals and enhance patient well-being by transforming how chronic wounds are monitored.
Inkjet Printed electronics
Inkjet printed electronics
Inkjet-printed Radio Frequency Electronics
A look at inkjet printed electronics from inside of the IMPACT lab
RF Electronics using Inkjet Printing Tutorial
This tutorial explains the process of inkjet printing from the design phase to the end product. The process includes drawing a circuit in ADS, exporting it in a specific format, its usage with an inkjet printer, nano-particle inks and photo paper used in printing the circuit and other information that might be useful for researchers in the field. For questions, please contact Garret McKerricher at Garret.Mckerricher@kaust.edu.sa.
Inkjet Printed Wearable TAG for Personnel Localization
Utilizing inkjet printing technology for printing electronics on low cost paper, this project demonstrates an integrated wearable TAG for localization applications for minors and elderly people.
CTV Interview August 2009
Atif Shamim and Mohammed Arslan won the OCRI award
Atif Shamim and Mohammed Arslan won the OCRI student researcher of the year, 2008. The OCRI awards honour individuals and organizations for their outstanding contributions to the Ottawa region. The awards celebrate excellence in research, technology, entrepreneurship, partnership development, community leadership, business journalism and student accomplishment.