A screen-printing approach to creating foldable circuits could make many functional devices easier and cheaper to mass produce.
The progressive telecommunications research of KAUST Ph.D. candidate Maurilio Matracia, supervised by postdoctoral fellow Mustafa Kishk and Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Mohamed-Slim Alouini, has been recently awarded the second-place prize at the IEEE SusTech 2021 student poster contest.
Qilong Pan is a statistics graduate who joined KAUST in June 2021 from the Wuhan University of Technology, China. Pan is a M.S./Ph.D. student and member of the Environmental Statistics research group under the supervision of Professor Ying Sun.
KAUST Professor of Computer Science Peter Richtárik and his former student Nicolas Loizou, currently a postdoctoral researcher at Mila - Quebec Artificial Intelligence Institute and soon to take up an assistant professorship position at Johns Hopkins University, recently received the 2020 Computational Optimization and Applications (COAP) Best Paper Award.
Ioannis Zografopoulos is a Ph.D. student who joined KAUST this fall as a Ph.D. candidate and member of the Secure Next Generation Resilient Systems (SENTRY) Lab under the supervision of Professor Charalambos Konstantinou. Zografopoulos believes that KAUST's renowned faculty, global reputation and research infrastructure make the University the ideal environment for him to develop high-quality, impactful research.
The second edition of the KAUST 6G Summit on "Connecting the Unconnected" was recently held online from Tuesday, September 28 to Thursday, September 30, 2021. As part of “The Decade of Digital Inclusion,” a semester-long master class from the Marconi Society, the summit covered the latest research and technological advancements in 6G global connectivity.
Mohammed Khalid Aljahdali obtained his B.Sc. from King Abdulaziz University, Faculty of Computing and Information Technology, Rabigh, Saudi Arabia.
Marc Dacier, professor of computer science, joins KAUST as a member of the Resilience Computing and Cybersecurity Research Center (RC3) from his most recent position as full professor and department head of the digital security department at EURECOM.
By David Murphy
Nazek El-Atab is an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering and the principal investigator of the Smart, Advanced Memory Devices and Applications (SAMA) Lab.
Tiny light-emitting devices that can create all the colors in the rainbow are essential for the next generation of phones and screens.
This coming decade promises to be yet another revolutionary one in how we communicate. In a world that is only beginning to embrace 5G technology, several scientific institutions, governments, telecom companies, and phone manufacturers worldwide are beginning to research the development possibilities of its successor—6G technology.
KAUST recently announced that Professor Jürgen Schmidhuber will join KAUST as director of the University's Artificial Intelligence Initiative. Schmidhuber is a renowned computer scientist who is most noted for his pioneering work in the field of artificial intelligence, deep learning, and artificial neural networks.
Alyah Alfageh is an electrical and computer engineering graduate who joined KAUST this fall from Effat University, Saudi Arabia. Alyah joined KAUST as a M.S. student and member of the Secure Next Generation Resilient Systems (SENTRY) Lab under the supervision of Professor Charalambos Konstantinou.