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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
Domain Boundaries in Luttinger-Tisza Ordered Dipole Lattices Journal of Applied Physics QEERI Natural Sciences Journal Paper
Investigating the Presence of Doubly Phosphorylated A-Synuclein at Tyrosine 125 and Serine 129 in Idiopathic Lewy Body Diseases QBRI Medical and Health Sciences Online Paper Dr. Omar El Agnaf Dr. Omar El Agnaf
Discovering the Values of Residential Building Occupants for Value-Sensitive Improvement of Building Energy Efficiency Canadian Society for Civil Engineering International Construction Specialty Conference QEERI Engineering and Technology Conference Paper
Kepler-like Multi-plexing for Mass Production of Microlens Parallaxes Astrophysical Journal Letters QEERI Natural Sciences Journal Paper
Recent Developments in Printing Flexible and Wearable Sensing Electronics for Healthcare Applications Sensors CSE Engineering and Technology Journal Paper
Experimental Comparison of Scroll and Swash-Plate Compressors for PV Driven Compression Chillers and Heat Pumps Eurosun QEERI Engineering and Technology Conference Paper
A CMOS Current Mirroring Integration Based Visible Light Receiver for Intelligent Transport Systems IEEE 62nd International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems (MWSCAS) CSE Engineering and Technology Conference Paper
Efficient Mapping of High Order Basis Sets for Unbounded Domains Communications in Computational Physics QEERI Natural Sciences Journal Paper
Microlensing Binaries with Candidate Brown Dwarf Companions QEERI Natural Sciences Journal Paper
Seizures Are Regulated by Ubiquitin-specific Peptidase 9 X-linked (USP9X), a De- Ubiquitinase QBRI Medical and Health Sciences Online Paper