Research Centers and laboratories
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Last modified: June 15, 2017 10:14:32.
Our engineering faculty participate in various cutting-edge research at these research centers and labs.
 
The College of Engineering is now home to three centers and four laboratories below.
 
 
Research Centers:

 

The center addresses the problems, challenges, and opportunities facing the state of Qatar's gas processing industry.  The center is focused on two main themes which are Asset Management/Process Optimization and Sustainable Development.
 
The services provided by the center have been designed to address the necessities and challenges of both Qatar University and the Qatari Industry. These services include:
 
•    Applied Research Projects/Consulting.
•    Professional Training and Seminars.
•    Bi-annual Gas Processing Symposium.
•    Information Management/Library.

QTTSC aims at fostering local and international collaborative and multidisciplinary transportation and traffic safety research, in addition to serving as a hub for expertise in transportation and traffic safety research in Qatar by providing guidance to improve the safety, efficiency and sustainability of transport, through building local capacity and future expertise by offering high quality graduate and undergraduate programs.

QTTSC is commited to providing for continuous professional development needs of transportation-related professionals in Qatar through the provision of accessible, specialist training. It also help disseminate research results and outcomes with stakeholders in Qatar and the region including government agencies, public and private organizations, and educational institutions, and with the global community.

To pioneer future directions and innovation in cyber security technologies, smart sensory systems and data science through the integration of intelligent data processing software and hardware expertise, thereby stimulating opportunities for economic growth in Qatar through industrial partnerships. KINDI is a framework to foster collaborative and multidisciplinary research, leverage existing local and international partnerships and provide supportive infrastructure.

 

 

Research laboratories: