News

 
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May
5/22/2019
Congratulations to Associate Professor Aamir Farooq who received this years' Distinguished Teaching Award at the KAUST Faculty Recognition Dinner on Wednesday 8th May 2019.
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Apr
4/14/2019
CCRC's Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering Aamir Farooq has been selected as a co-recipient of the 2019 Hiroshi Tsuji Early Career Researcher Award.​
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Oct
10/10/2018
A recent study by a group of CCRC researchers have found that glycerol carbonate (GC) has great potential for cleaner combustion as a fuel additive. The resulting paper was published as the cover of Sustainable Energy & Fuels journal.
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May
5/20/2018
Spotting signatures of potential pollutants made easier with quantum lasers that emit tunable infrared light.
07
May
5/7/2018
​Pulsed Laser Synthesis and Processing of Nano-Composites: Fundamentals and Applications
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Mar
3/18/2018
A technique modeling the combustion characteristics of gasoline blended with biofuels for cleaner and more efficient fuels.
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Feb
2/4/2018
Twenty undergraduate students from the University of Electronic Science and Technology (UESTC) of China visited KAUST for a Winter Camp from January 28 to February 4. 
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Nov
11/26/2017
Simple two-component mixtures are good surrogates for studying the ignition properties of next-generation gasolines. A collaboration between KAUST and Saudi Aramco scientists to test future fuels could bring a new era of highly efficient gasoline engines.​
04
Oct
10/4/2017
Congratulations to Fethi Khaled, Ph.D. student in the mechanical engineering program, this months' recipient of the Physical Science and Engineering Division's Outstanding PhD Student Award.​​
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Sep
9/17/2017
An additive for conventional fuel comprised of oxygenated organic compounds could help reduce the release of pollutants into the atmosphere during the combustion of fossil fuels. Researchers from KAUST have now established how these potential additives decompose under combustion-relevant conditions.
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Nov
11/27/2016
New technique lays the foundation for greener transport fuels and next generation engines.
10
May
5/10/2016
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Aamir Farooq and his group who have had eight Research papers accepted for presentation and publication at the 36th International Symposium on Combustion 2016.
05
May
5/5/2016
The latest cohort of promoted KAUST faculty represents the University’s intellectual contribution to pursue collaborative research and education that advances new knowledge and discovery.
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Apr
4/13/2015

On, April 13, the Chemical Kinetics group was pleased to host Prof. Bela Viskolcz at the KAUST campus. He gave a talk on “Molecular Network” to the students of CCRC while he was here.