1st Workshop: 10:00AM - 11:00AM Woods Cove BC
Elsevier: Real Industry Case Study
Corrosion is a $2.5 trillion problem, amounting to 3% of global GDP. Corrosion doesn't just cost money, catastrophic failures can cost lives. Yet, most corrosion-related catastrophic failures are preventable, with access to the right knowledge and the ability to act upon that knowledge.Sharpen your engineering research skills with Elsevier's Knovel & Engineering Village teams for a high velocity Research Sprints workshop to learn how!
2nd & 3rd (Simultaneous) Workshops: 11:00AM-12:00PM Woods Cove BC and Moss A
2nd: Ahmed Khogeer, PhD, MBA, PE, PMP, CE and Engineers Without Borders
Ahmed has twenty four years with Aramco in oil refining, research and development, new business development and project execution. He is a founding member of King Abdullah University of science and Technology KAUST which is planned to be in the world top 10 universities. Ahmed holds four degree including a PhD in Chemical Engineering and an MBA from Colorado State University. He also holds five different certificates including advanced project management and advanced graduate finance certificates. Ahmed is a licensed professional engineer. Ahmed is certified as a consultant engineer which is the highest certification in Saudi Arabia. He also has a PMP certification from PMI. Ahmed had been a member of AIChE since 1998. Ahmed started presenting in AIChE since 2003 and he had been presenting every year. He started chairing/cochairing sessions in the 2007 spring national meeting. He served as a director in the F&PD and an international committee member and a SIOP executive committee member.