Advanced Studies Institute (ASI)

Participants

Who should attend?

 

The course is directed to graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, professors, research scientists and engineers working in universities, research institutes and companies in the related fields of Chemistry, Physics, Materials Sciences and Engineering. The course is especially valuable for industry employees who want to shorten the time to learn the basic knowledge, fundamental principles, properties and applications of nanomaterials in a wide range of fields such as energy, petrochemicals, hydrocarbon processing, environmental remediation, and water purification.

 

 

 

List of ASI 2009 Attendees:

 

Abbas Khalil, United Arab Emirates University

 

Abdulaziz Bagabas, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology

 

AbdulKader Gringo, Higher Institute of Engineering Hoon

 

Abdullah Alabdulrahman, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology

 

Adel Hashish, United Arab Emirates University

 

Ahed Zyoud, Al-Najah N. University

 

Ahmad Ayesh, United Arab Emirates University

 

Alaa Salem, United Arab Emirates University

 

Amal Al Ghaferi, United Arab Emirates University

 

Amjed Abdul Majeed, Dubai Men's College

 

Bashir Suleiman, University of Sharjah

 

Doaa Ghoneim, United Arab Emirates University

 

El Hadi Sadki, United Arab Emirated University

 

Fathalla Hamed, United Arab Emirates University

 

Fouad Mattar, Dubai Men's College

 

Gholamreza Kiani, University of Maragheh

 

Hamad Alkhatlan, King Saud University

 

Hikmat S. Hilal, Al-Najah University

 

Hussein Alawadhi, University of Sharjah

 

Ihab Obaidat, United Arab Emirates University

 

Kanittha Boonpavanitchakul, National Science & Technology Development Agency

 

Mark Hale, Dubai Men's College

 

Milind Choudhari, Center for Nanobioscience Agharkar Research Institute

 

Mohamed Ahmed Hassan Betiha, Egyptian Petroleum Research Institute

 

Mohamed Alnaqbi, United Arab Emirates University

 

Mohamed Elchalakani, Dubai Men's College

 

Mohammad Al-Sayah, American University of Sharjah

 

Mohammad Ashinqiti, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology

 

Najeh Jisrawi, University of Sharjah

 

Naser Qamhieh, United Arab Emirates University

 

Nasser Hamdan, American University of Sharjah

 

Nathir Al Rawashdeh, United Arab Emirates University

 

Pornsiri Tongprem, National Science & Technology Development Agency (Thailand)

 

Prasad Bhagat, Center for Nanobioscience Agharkar Research Institute

 

Rahma Al Harthy, Sultan Qaboos University

 

Saleh Thaker Mahmoud, United Arab Emirates University

 

Sophy Thomson, George Mason University of Ras Al Khaimah

 

Tamer Zaki Zaki Shararah, Egyptian Petroleum Research Institute

 

Usama Farid Mahmoud Kandil, Egyptian Petroleum Research Institute

 

Yaser Greish, United Arab Emirates University

 

25/01/2009 20:00:00


Congratulations to Professor Richard H. Friend

The 2009 King Faisal Award in Science

Professor Richard H. Friend pioneered the physics and engineering of semi-conductor devices made of plastic materials. The fabrication of these devices and circuits by ink jet printing that he has introduced is radically different from the traditional manufacturing technology and has paved the way for the development of a wide range of applications of plastic electronic and photonic devices.

WINNERS ANNOUNCED FOR 1429H - 2009G KING FAISAL INTERNATIONAL PRIZE for Science

Riyadh, Monday 29 Muharram 1430H occurring 26 January 2009G, HRH Prince Khalid Alfaisal, Director of The King Faisal Foundation, tonight announced the winners of the King Faisal International Prize.

The King Faisal International Prize for Science (Physics) for the year 1429H / 2009G has been awarded jointly to:


Richard H Friend
Rashid Alievich Sunyaev
Professor Sir Richard Henry Friend (uk)

Chairman, Council of the School of Physical Sciences and Cavendish Professor of Physics, University of Cambridge
Curriculum Vitae
Professor Rashid Alievich Sunyaev

Chief Scientist, Space Research Institute, Russian Academy of Science and Director, Max-Planck Institute for Astrophysics, Germany
Curriculum Vitae

Professor Richard Friend pioneered the physics and engineering of semi- conductor devices made of plastic materials. The fabrication of these devices and circuits by ink jet printing that he has introduced is radically different from the traditional manufacturing technology and has paved the way for the development of a wide range of applications of plastic electronic and photonic devices.

Professor Rashid Sunyaev has made pioneering and fundamental contributions to astrophysics and cosmology. His theoretical work on the cosmic background radiation laid the foundation for the observational exploration of the structure of galaxies and the universe. His work on black holes and binary stars was critical in advancing the field of x-ray astronomy.

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