AMPM Center featured in the third Symposium of the National Academic Talent Development Program (NATDP) held in KAUST Auditorium on Thursday, March 22, 2018.
The event was attended by a total of 125 Professors and Scholars from 22 Universities throughout the Kingdom.
AMPM Center was strongly represented by Saudi students, Research Scientists and staff. They showcased the Center’s research in MOFs, gas separation and environmental sensors. It was a great meeting our Saudi colleagues and possible future students!
NATDP is a national program organized by KAUST’s Saudi Affairs facilitating national development and collaboration in Saudi Arabia, creating and nurturing talent for KAUST and for the Kingdom. The event's objectives are to strengthen partnerships with Kingdom Universities and help position KAUST as a destination for future academic talent to earn higher degrees.
As a part of the symposium, Dr. Dalal Alezi, AMPM Center alumnus and Assistant Professor at King Abdulaziz University (KAU) in Jeddah talked about her success: “An amazing journey: Moving from Ordinary to Extraordinary”.