The 2016 CEGN workshop will be held on September 29th, 2016 at UCLA. The workshop will cover low power electronics, flexible electronics, optical devices, and recent progress in 2D materials and devices. A list of speakers and workshop schedule is included in the agenda below.
Dr. Mohammed Amer in collaboration with Dr. Frank DelRio from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have been awarded the Arab-American Frontiers fellowship seed grant on their proposal entitled, “laser induced particle adsorption on atomically thin Molybdenum disulfide (MoS2)”. The grant is funded by the national academies of sciences (NAS).
CCES principle investigators and researchers gave a presentation to the Minister of Housing about forefront technologies and advanced analysis techniques that the center has been researching and developing.
Dr. Anas Alfaris presented work from the City Dynamics project at the KAUST Conference on Human-Machine Networks and Intelligent Infrastructure. The conference attracted renowned academics from institutions around the world such as Harvard and UC Berkeley. Dr.
Faisal Alessa, the research specialist at CCES starts his master's degree in Computing at Imperial College London. While at CCES, Faisal was part of the team working on City Dynamics and City Schema.
Ahmed Alabdulkarim, the research associate at CCES starts his doctorate degree in Computational Science & Engineering at MIT. While at CCES, Ahmed was part of the team working on City Dynamics, Sustainable Infrastructure Planning System (SIPS), and Cyber Security Initiative (CSI).
The Center for Complex Engineering Systems hosted representatives of the Saline Water Conversion Corporation and the Abdul Latif Jameel World Water and Food Security Lab in their offices on the MIT campus.
Ibrahim Alradwan has recently got an abstract accepted for presentation in the 13th International Nanomedicine & Drug Delivery Symposium (nanoDDS 2015) hosted at the University of Washington.
Abdullah Alawad, the research specialist at CCES starts his master's degree in Systems, Electrical Engineering at the University of Michigan. While at CCES, Abdullah was part of the team working on Strategic Solar Desalination Network (SSDN) and Sustainable Infrastructure Planning System (SIPS).
Abdulaziz Alhassan, the research specialist at CCES starts his master's degree in Computation for Design & Optimization at MIT. While at CCES, Abdulaziz was part of the team working on Labor Market Decision Support System, Strategic Solar Desalination Network (SSDN), and Sustainable Infrastructure Planning System (SIPS).