From November 18 to 20 the KAUST CEMSE Division has hosted the 2019 Statistics and Data Science Workshop. The workshop, organized by Workshop Chair Professor Ying Sun from the KAUST Environmental Statistics Group, featured 17 keynote talks from eminent data science researchers from Asia, Europe, North America and on-campus.
A better mathematical understanding of how big waves form could lead to better prediction of tsunami impacts.
The finding that light can be twisted very precisely may offer fresh options for communications infrastructure.
Joining the faculty of King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) six years ago gave statistics Professor Ying Sun a unique career opportunity: the chance to build and lead her own research group solving real-world problems.
A machine learning method has identified highly elusive amino acid sequences involved in cell morphogenesis and adhesion and in diseases like cancer.
This October, Zhuo Qu, a Ph.D. candidate in statistics, along with several of her fellow Statistics (STAT) Program students launched the first-ever American Statistical Association (ASA) student chapter outside of the United States.
Chaos could help put cyberhackers out of business with a patterned silicon chip that will be uncrackable even in the future.
The University celebrated its 10th Commencement ceremony on December 13, 2019, welcoming 103 master's degree and 93 Ph.D. graduates to the KAUST global alumni community.