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          Texas A&M at Qatar workshop focuses on electrical power infrastructure in Qatar



          A two-day workshop organized by electrical engineering faculty at Texas A&M University at Qatar brought together experts and practitioners from the United States, Europe and Qatar to focus on ensuring delivery of electric power in Qatar safely and reliably.


          Dr. Robert S. Balog, workshop chair and associate professor in the 电气和计算机工程 Program at Texas A&M at Qatar, said that most of the electrical distribution system in Qatar is relatively new, certainly compared with U.S. and European systems where there are well-known problems due to the aging infrastructure. But as solar energy becomes more widespread and electric vehicles gain traction, what will happen here in Qatar when equipment ages or is pushed beyond its intended design?

          The workshop aimed to leverage expertise at Texas A&M at Qatar and VITO to identify potential problems and develop paths and partnerships to form and implement Qatar-specific solutions.

          “ESTA车间的概念看似寻常的一所大学,”巴洛格说。 “选定的主题在本次研讨会为代表的技术,已经被证明是可行的,并集中在影响这些结果。如果这些技术被应用在这里可能对卡塔尔。它是从基础研究到应用研究和开发的转变,我们可以和手段,在这里实现的解决方案基础上更快地技术已经存在。我很高兴,我们不得不从当地产业和充满活力的讨论,在研讨会上伟大的投票率。“

          The event featured technologies that are part of ongoing research and development programs at Texas A&M at Qatar and VITO and that are ready for technology transfer and application in Qatar. Balog said that leveraging research investments from within and abroad, means that the workshop’s expected benefit to Qatar is a faster technology development path, enabling providers to implement solutions in a shorter timeframe.



          Dr. César Octavio Malavé, dean of Texas A&M at Qatar, said, “Texas A&M at Qatar is proud to have a strong partnership with academic institutions and local industry, as well as several government entities. Our mission is to play a key role in creating sustainable solutions to real-world challenges by generating new knowledge through research and collaborative partnerships, and then disseminating that knowledge to the rest of the world through scientific publications and workshops such as this one. Texas A&M at Qatar is committed to expanding the human capital of the State of Qatar that is essential to fuel innovation and new thinking.”

          Arnoud Lust, CEO of VITO Middle East, said, “We were impressed by the very open and active participation of the Qatari stakeholders, in particular Kahramaa, which shared the challenges and R&D priorities related to their electrical distribution system. As a research and service center specialized in applied research and development, we can contribute with solutions for load forecasting, congestion modeling, integration of renewable energy and electric vehicles, and the Tarsheed program results monitoring. We congratulate Texas A&M for the very professional organization of the workshop and look forward to future collaborations.”

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