Friday, February 8
1:30 – 2:30 PM
Ruch Engineering Building (RUCH) – Room 103
Presented by Dr. Robert Dibble
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
Learn about mechanical and biomedical systems while getting paid to study and conduct graduate research in an international setting!
- Scholarships to graduate School at KAUST
- Free tuition
- Free housing
- Free medical
- Free airline tickets
- $30,000 cash, each year
- Your only expense is food!
With the ultimate goal of comprehensive assessment of the living resources in the Red Sea and observing the physical, chemical, and biological environment in sufficient detail and resolution to provide a foundation for a predictive ocean model, the Red Sea Research Center has several collaborative and interdisciplinary research programs.
- Coral Genome and Cell Type Transcriptions
- Coral Reef Ecosystem Studies
- Marine Microbial Environment
- Fishes/Pelagic Environment
- Red Sea Hydrography and Oceanography
- Red Sea Biogeographic Information System (RBIS)
- Plankton Distribution and Biodiversity
Check out Dr. Dibble’s on-campus seminar presentation on Friday, February 8 from Noon until 1:00 PM in RUCH 103
Feb. 8 – Dream Machines: Power Plants with Zero Exhaust (to the air)
Dr. Robert Dibble, KAUST by the Red Sea
With increasing Climate Change legislation, fossil fuel power plants are adapting ways of capturing CO2. What is the impact?