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    • 3D Bioprinting of Bodyparts 

      Kobaissi, Nour; Teng, Lexian; Altawil, Abdalqader; Alkhader, Maher (2015-02-01)
      The growing demand for organs is placing pressure on both doctors and patients on waiting lists. The gap between the number of organ donors and the number of organ recipients has caused doctors to look for alternatives, ...
    • 3D Printers for Sustainable Construction 

      Kandil, Sara; Sulaiman, A.; Malke, Malek; Murad, Fadel Haj (2016-11)
      How can 3D printing contribute to the sustainability of building construction?
    • 3D Printing of Buildings on Construction Sites 

      Sultan, Afan; Zahid, Mohammad; Ahmed, Turki (2016-11)
      3D printing is a new technology that is still under development. 3D printing enables industry to construct buildings and structures quickly and efficiently at low cost. Cost reduction results from reduced expenditure on ...
    • 5G Networks 

      Al-Nasla, Fahed; Almeadat, Haneen; Fernandes, Sheehan; Chehimi, Alaa (2015-02-01)
      The purpose of this research is to analyze the 5G networks as the next potential mobile service provider.
    • Adding Sliding Solar Panels to a Hybrid Car 

      Al Kendi, Mohamed; AlHarsousi, Suhail; Al Zarouni, Ali; Al Sayegh, Farah (2014-01-19)
      In our project, a hybrid solar car will be redesigned in order to increase the efficiency, reduce the carbon emissions, and minimize the cost. Our hybrid car design will consist of two solar panels on the roof of the car. ...
    • Advanced Engineering Building at AUS 

      Alshaer, Ahmed; Ka’ki, Ahmad; Maarouf, Bilal; Dialani, Kunal (2014-07-22)
      The AUS engineering buildings lack the needed interactive technology systems. These buildings consume huge amounts of non-renewable energy. Classes can hardly accommodate the present number of students. The number of ...
    • Advanced Polymer Composite for Radioactive Waste Containment 

      Shadab, Mohammad; Khalaf, Rania; Al-Samaraie, Faisal; Pinto, Sajith (2014-07-22)
      In 2009, the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) was launched as a step into providing clean, safe and efficient nuclear energy in the UAE. As oil reserves decline, ENEC aims to satisfy about 25% of the energy demand ...
    • Air Purifying Billboard 

      Ezzidean, Hassan; Ailabouni, Khalil Gihad; Abdulrahman, Khalid; Jaouni, Khalid (2015-02-01)
      The aim of the project is to analyze how the use of an air purifying billboard can reduce air pollution.
    • Application of Solar Tower Technology in Electricity Production in UAE 

      Almatroushi, Mohamed; Hammoudeh, Ahmad; Alshantti, Abdalkarim (2016-11)
      Worldwide energy consumption is on a constant climb due to the fact of our reliance on electricity for almost everything as well as the increase in global population. In 2010, 100% of UAE's electricity demand was fulfilled ...
    • Applications of Nano-coating in Engineering Disciplines 

      Karpov, Nikita; Najib, Mohamad; Al Alami, Ahmed; Elhabil, Ahmed (2015-02-01)
      Nano-composite coating is able to combine the softness of organic “phase” and the advantages of rigidity of inorganic “phase” which results in much higher functionality of the material.
    • Applications of Nanotechnology in Aircrafts 

      Reyazuddin, Asim; Unnikrishnan, Gautam; Ali, Malik Mohsin; Navazaly, Irfane Molou; Ibrahim, Olayinka (2015-02-01)
      Aircraft manufacturers constantly attempt to develop and implement new ideas in aircraft design, results of which can be seen over the years. The use of composite materials has increased in the aircraft industry, and have ...
    • Automated Traffic-Dependent Movable Barriers 

      Abrahim, Mina; Daker, Said; Touqan, Karim (2014-07-22)
      Congestion on highways has become a serious problem in recent years. It is due to the increase in population and the increasing number of cars per household. There is one car for every two residents in the United Arab ...
    • Autonomous Waste-to-Energy Converter 

      Wadi, Ali; El-Chanati, Mahmoud; Ahmed, Mentalla; Shapsough, Shams (2014-07-22)
      4 trillion kilograms of waste are produced each year in eastern Europe and central Asia alone. The amount of waste produced is increasing exponentially. Waste is being dumped on residential grounds, in landfills and in the ...
    • Build it Green 

      Alshehhi, Athbeh; Alnahdi, Basma; Malekzadeh, Hosna; Ghazy, Kareem (2014-01-19)
      In our research we have identified three main problems in conventional buildings which could be addressed by green buildings. The three problems are: CO2 Emissions, Temperature Increase and Pure Water Shortage. These factors ...
    • Building Artificial Mountains to Increase Precipitation in the UAE 

      Mohammed, Rami; Sharaf, Hatem; Ataya, Ghaith; Reza, Mohammad; Khalid, Mohamed (2016-11)
      In the recent years temperature has been rising noticeably in the UAE. The raise of temperature has been causing a raise of humidity level. Artificial mountains can be built to decrease the humidity level and promote ...
    • Building-Integrated Photovoltaic Systems 

      Kaltham, Faris; Aref, Mohammed; Iqbal, Muhammad (2015-02-01)
      Would transparent photovoltaic cells contribute in producing at least part of the energy consumed when applied on high rise towers.
    • Carbon Capture and Sequestration 

      Dias, Kevin Rose; Thomas, Alwin; Ibrahim, Salma; Elshenawy, Ahmed (2015-02-01)
      Global warming is continuous problem facing our world today. Carbon sequestration could be the solution to resolving this problem.
    • Centralizing EMRs Using a Cloud Platform in the UAE 

      Qassab, Abdullah; Nabil, Noura; AbdelLatif, Khader; Laban, Anas; Massarweh, Abdullah (2014-07-22)
      EMRs is the coming of age tech that revolutionized data storage and access to make it more efficient and less costly. Current ways of storing EMRs is by setting up servers that can handle vast amounts of information. The ...
    • Charging On the Move 

      Siddique, Shafayet; Sadia, Afria; Karim, Anisul; Golder, Anindita (2014-07-22)
      Nowadays, most electronic devices are equipped with sub-standard batteries that are not long lasting. According to statistics, a battery for a mobile lasts for around 17 hours with lower than average use. This is very ...
    • Clean Coal Power Plants 

      AlShaikh, Abdullah; Kitana, Faisal; Ismail, Osama; Sun, Lu (2014-01-19)
      It talks about diversifying sources of energy in the Gulf region rather than depending on one or two sources (gas and fuel). We are planning to implement clean coal technology as another source of energy. This power plant ...