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Session on Catalysis and Materials for Hydrocarbon Conversions, Qatar Print E-mail

January 6-8, 2013

Hosted by Qatar University and Texas A&M at Qatar, this Session has been designated to address the future of catalysis and materials in hydrocarbon conversion to advance the production of ultra-clean fuels and value-added chemicals. More importantly, for the first time the GSAS is holding its conference in the Middle East, in a country known to be world-leading in natural gas processing for future environmentally attractive energy sources  and ultra-clean fuels in addition to value-added chemicals.

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Session Topic

Hydrocarbon Catalysis


Fellows

Luke Achenie, Virginia Technical Institute, USA
Ahmed Abasaeed, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia
Abubaker Abdulla, Qatar University
Mazen Al-Ghoul, American University of Beirut, USA
Hasan Bazzi, Texas A&M Qatar
Matthias Driess, Technische Universitat Berlin, Germany                                                    Nimir O. Elbashir, Texas A&M Qatar
Khalid Karim, SABIC Research and Technology
Waleed Khaled El-Zawawy, National Research Center, Egypt
Mohammed Lahcini, University Cadi-Ayyad, Morocco
Hind Mamlouk, Total Petrochemical France- Qatar Branch
Tobin Marks, Northwestern University, USA
John Rabolt, University of Delaware, USA


Organizers

R.P.H. Chang, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Northwestern University, Director of Global School for Advanced Studies

Tobin Marks, V. N. Ipatieff Professor of Catalytic Chemistry, Northwestern University, Co-Director of the Hydrocarbon Catalysis GSAS Session

Mariam Ali S. A. Al-Maadeed, Professor of Materials, Qatar University, Co-Director of the Hydrocarbon Catalysis GSAS Session

Nimir O. Elbashir, Professor of Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University at Qatar, Co-Director of the Hydrocarbon Catalysis GSAS Session


Sponsors


Organizing Institutions

  • Qatar University
  • Materials Research Institute, Northwestern University
  • Texas A&M University in Qatar, Chemical Engineering Program

Session Contact

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