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Hamad Bin Khalifa University

Sponsored Research Office

The Sponsored Research Office (SRO) was launched in December 2016 under the Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU) Vice President for Research Office. The SRO contributes to HBKU’s academic and research mission through the provision of pre-award and post-award management for all sponsored research projects.

Outcomes Filters

Outcome title Journal/Chapter Home Entity Research Area Type KI Authors Lead Name
Estimating Initial Conditions for Groundwater Flow Modeling Using an Adaptive Inverse Method Journal of Hydrology QEERI Engineering and Technology Journal Paper
Improved Photoactivity of Pyroxene Silicates by Cation Substitutions ChemPhysChem QEERI Natural Sciences Journal Paper
A High Offset Distribution Tolerance High Resolution ISFET Array with Auto-Compensation for Long-Term Bacterial Metabolism Monitoring IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems CSE Medical and Health Sciences Journal Paper
Estimating the Parameters of Globular Cluster M 30 (NGC 7099) from Time-series Photometry Astronomy & Astrophysics QEERI Natural Sciences Journal Paper
Solar Cell Materials by Design: Hybrid Pyroxene Corner- Sharing VO4 Tetrahedral Chains ChemSusChem QEERI Natural Sciences Journal Paper
Autism spectrum disorder in Qatar: Profiles and correlates of a large clinical sample QBRI Medical and Health Sciences Online Paper
Collecting and Analyzing Multidimensional Data with Local Differential Privacy Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE) CSE Natural Sciences Conference Paper Dr. David Yin Yang Dr. David Yin Yang
A Fouling-Resistant Mixed-Matrix Nanofiltration Membrane Based on Covalently Cross-Linked Ti3C2TX (MXene)/Cellulose Acetate Journal of Membrane Science QEERI Engineering and Technology Journal Paper Dr. Khaled Mahmoud Dr. Khaled Mahmoud
The M31 Pixel Lensing PLAN Campaign: MACHO Lensing and Self-lensing Signals Astrophysical Journal QEERI Natural Sciences Journal Paper
Effective Hopping Strength Between Supercells in a Disordered Tight-Binding Model Computational Materials Science QEERI Natural Sciences Journal Paper