Professor Charbel Farhat has Received the International Association for Computational Mechanics' Gauss-Newton Medal, known also as the Congress Medal.
SaudiSat 4 will be launched on June 14 from the Yasny launch site. SaudiSat4 is carrying a science payload that was developed at the CEAA center. The UV-LED experiment demonstrates precise control over the potential of an electrically isolated proof.
The 4th KACST – Oxford Petrochemical Forum 2014 was the most important event for those involved in the processes, catalytic processes in petrochemical industries and oil refining. The forum took place in Riyadh on 26th - 27th May, 2014
A patent has been filed on the 19th of May 2014 which centres on a new, innovative and energy-saving process for producing gasoline having a reduced alkene content and a reduced organosulfur content.
The patent was filed in the name of joint applicants: King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology and Isis Innovation Ltd.
Andreas Zoenller has presented a talk titled "Drag-free Technology Demonstration on a SmallSat" in 10th International LISA Symposium at University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida USA.
ِAbdul presented a poster about designing and building a system that can levitate and hold a hollow sphere in vacuum, “simulating zero-g operation” .
Prof. Olivier de Weck and Dr. Matt Silver (ESD PhD 2010) were awarded U.S.
Professor Alex 'Sandy' Pentland was featured in The Verge (an American technology news and media network) as the "Godfather of Wearables” . The article covered the story of the man behind what is known today as Google Glass.
The Saudi Pharmaceutical Society announced Dr. Aws Alshamsan, assistant professor of pharmaceutics and nanobiotechnology and co-director of the Center of Excellence in Nanomedicine, as the winner of Dr. Walid Kayyali's Scientific Research Prize.
Dr Sergio Gonzalez-Cortes is a Research Associate at KACST-Oxford Petrochemical Research Centre. He obtained a licentiate in Chemistry from the University of Los Andes (Venezuela) and a DPhil degree in Chemistry from Oxford University.