SEEC Lab awarded two grants in the fourth UREP cycle

SEEC lab members, petroleum engineering faculty, undergraduate students (Hussein Jichi, Abdulrahman Al Kaabi, Issa Odehahmed, and Mohammad Zaid) and RasGas have been awarded a grant to investigate horizontal open hole conditions and technology relevant to advancing Qatar’s North field. In the same UREP cycle, SEEC lab members, mechanical engineering faculty, and undergraduate students (Dani Wannous, Omar Abdallah, Talal El-Awar, Ahmed El Ghamrawy, and Mustafa Hallawa) have been awarded a grant to develop a wind driven sensor platform for environmental analysis applications.

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Undergraduate Students Present at Al-Fardan

TAMU-Q undergraduate students Safa, Bassel, Dina, Ali, Khaled, and Sara present the results of their winter internship to the Al-Fardan president, Mr. Omar Al-Fardan. The team of students was mentored by Dr. Yasser Osman from Al-Fardan resorts development, and carried out a comprehensive electromechanical study of some of the current Al-Fardan projects. Their presentation can be downloaded here. The presentation was given at the Al-Fardan president’s office in the presence of Drs. Jim Holste, John Bryant, and Shehab Ahmed from TAMUQ.
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SEEC Lab & iHorizon awarded a grant in the third UREP cycle

SEEC lab members, undergraduate students (Abdualla Al Fehani and Yasser Assami) and iHorizon were awarded a grant from QF in the third UREP (undergraduate research experience program) cycle. The proposal title is “Development of a web based power quality monitoring and analysis system”. The team will work throughout this year to produce a prototype system. The system will be based on the latest energy metering electronic devices and open source software technologies.