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Prof.Mechanical Engineeringantar@kfupm.edu.sa2964water desalination2013desalination and water treatment
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Using solar energy to designate seawater
Small to medium scale destination units thatbrequire low maintenanceand are environmental friendly
  
Dr.Chemical Engineeringmutairi@kfupm.edu.sa7726Energy, Optimization, Modeling, Kinetics2013Energy Conversion and Management
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It deals with energy savings, planning and scheduling of refining industry.
Kingdom will benefit out of it definitely since energy will be utilized efficiently
  
Dr.Information & Computer Sciencealfagih@kfupm.edu.sa2483Public Sensing, Wireless Sensor Networks, Internet of Things June 2013IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing - Special Issue on Cyber-Physical Systems
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There are billions of sensor-enabled devices that are linked together generating a boundless pool of data.  The topologies formed by such devices, including sensors, cellphones, GPS locators, RFID systems and other pervasive objects, collectively build the Internet of Things (IoT); a paradigm that assumes all the aforementioned components to be equally identifiable, tractable and connected. IoT is expected to integrate a multitude of wireless platforms and architectures to provide large-scale information access. One particularly promising model in this regard is Public (or Participatory) Sensing (PS) which employs large-scale sensor networks at low cost by utilizing everyday sensory and mobile devices in applications where data is shared among users for the greater public good.
In smart cities, under the umbrella of IoT, Public Sensing (PS) will expand to incorporate heterogeneous data generating/sharing systems including Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs), database centers, ubiquitous devices, personal and environmental monitoring devices deployed both in metropolitan as well as urban areas. This distributed network of sensors will provide a multitude of services to improve the residential experience and quality of living in smart cities. Sensors in such settings are abundant and available with individuals, onboard private and public vehicles and/or deployed on roads and buildings. In such a comprehensive public sensing model, an incentive data sharing policy is required to motivate sensor owners to participate in the sensing process and to ensure that the provided data is fairly priced. Moreover, the proposed deployment scale introduces challenges regarding the system’s limitations in terms of lifetime, available capacity and delay.  In addition, quality management policies are to be considered, as well, given the variety of data that is exchanged across the proposed system.
  
Dr.Mathematics & Statisticsslimb@kfupm.edu.sa0508623874Game TheoryFebruary, 2012Automatica (A* Journal)
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In this paper, we introduce the notion of set of ε-proper equilibria for a bimatrix game. We define a 0–1 mixed quadratic program to generate a sequence of ε-proper Nash equilibria and show that the optimization results provide reliable indications on strategy profiles that could be used to generate proper
equilibria analytically.This approach can be generalized in order to find at least one proper equilibrium
for any bimatrix game. Finally, we define another 0–1 mixed quadratic program to identify non-proper
extreme Nash equilibria.
Game Theory scholars have often been rewarded by Nobel Prizes. Eight game-theorists have won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, and John Maynard Smith was awarded the Crafoord Prize for his application of game theory to biology. Proper Nash equilibria satisfy many robustness properties which help finding stable solutions to many strategic conflicts as in the dismantlement of arms in military conflicts. In our work we show how proper equilibria could be generated using mathematical programming.
  
Dr.Hafr Al-Batin Community Collegeadeelafzal@kfupm.edu.sa+966(0)137203426x1675ChemistryPublished online 06 July 2013Biotechnology Advances (DOI: 10.1016/j.biotechadv.2013.06.008)
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Molecular recognition is an essential obligation in various biological processes such as blood transfusion, neural transmittance, drug delivery, and immune defense system. In order to comprehend the mechanism of all these processes, researchers are interested in mimicking the biological functions in synthetic materials. There are a variety of different methodologies for preparing biomimetic materials. However; molecular imprinting is one of the most suitable and reliable approaches to craft synthetic receptors. During the last decade, molecularly imprinted materials emerged as a potential competitor to natural receptors (antibodies) due to their adeptness. For instance, the selectivity of molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs) is as good as natural antibodies; they are robust to storage conditions, therefore, can be stored for several months without loss in activity; and finally, can be reused since they can be regenerated straightforwardly. Above all, the difference in price of MIPs and natural antibodies is huge. For example, commercially available MIP based synthetic receptors for a typical target have price in the range of 0.1-0.5 USD for 1 mg, whereas depending upon the target, price of natural antibodies is in the range of 100-1000 USD for 1 mg. These attributes make MIPs a suitable choice for various immunoassays and biomimetic sensors.
Conventional bulk imprinting causes some serious concerns, e.g. inhomogeneity in particle size and distribution, loss in recoverable mass and particularly, the interaction is not fully reversible that ultimately restricts their reuse. All these issues have been successfully addressed by surface imprinting, which is often more useful and appropriate strategy in generating biomimetic receptor surfaces for sensing applications. Generally, in surface imprinting, the template incorporation is limited to polymer surface only, which offers adaptable and reversible interaction centers for target. Due to the diverse nature of bioanalytes, a number of different surface imprinting strategies have been developed. For example, soft-lithography is widely used for the detection of living cells and microorganisms, whereas for protein imprinting and assays, template immobilization procedure is reliable. Thus, the nature of target is decisive for a particular surface imprinting strategy.
We discussed several surface imprinting strategies in this review article with particular emphasis on their applications in developing biomimetic sensors. Soft-lithography is among one of the first and most studied surface imprinting techniques in which a template stamp is gently pressed over pre-polymer surface for a certain time under appropriate conditions, i.e. temperature and humidity. A typical stamp is generally made by self-organization of templates such as microorganisms or cells on a suitable support material like polydimethtylsiloxane (PDMS). After curing of polymer layer, the stamp is removed and the template units are washed away. This results in geometrically adapted cavities on polymer surface, which are essentially complementary to the target (template) dimensions. Apart from geometrical fitting, these cavities offer chemical fitting as a result of interactions between functional groups of the polymer interface and the template. This is beneficial for designing highly selective biomimetic sensor coatings for microorganisms’ and living cells’ recognition.
Template immobilization approach is suitable for proteins and other bio-macromolecules. Unlike soft-lithography, the template is covalently fixed to a solid support and polymerization is carried out on this surface during the template immobilization procedure. After reaction completion, immobilized template and support material are removed to obtain template-specific cavities on polymer surface. Surface imprinting of proteins is relatively difficult in solution phase due to their thermodynamic motions. Therefore, template immobilization offers a fitting solution to this problem. The major complication in this approach, however, is the use of corrosive solvents for removing template and supporting material, which may destroy imprinted sites as well as polymer interface.
Surface imprinting via grafting is contrary to template immobilization approach. Instead of covalently fixing the template molecules, functional monomers are either grafted from or grafted to the solid support material, while template interacts nan-covalently with these functional monomers. Grafting offers a real alternative to bulk imprinting method as it forms uniform sized, surface imprinted particles with evenly distributed and easily accessible cavities. The shape and morphology of surface grafted particles can be improved by optimizing synthetic protocols to generate specifically tailored cavities, thus offering higher affinity and faster analyte transfer. This strategy is suitable for both micro- and nano-sized target analytes. However, grafting is not appropriate for cellular recognition.
The hydrophilic or hydrophobic incompatibility issues between monomers and template are resolved by core-shell emulsion polymerization. In this technique, core particles having good mechanical stability are covered by a shell of imprinted matrix in the presence of suitable surfactants, thus both hydrophilic and hydrophobic functionalities can be controlled at same surface. In this way, nonpolar analytes can be extracted from polar solvents and vice versa. Surface imprinting of core-shell particles has shown potential for monitoring proteins and other bio-macromolecules. The incorporation of fluorescent monomers in emulsion matrix may serve as highly specific biomarker for target recognition provided that fluorescent monomers do not disturb the imprinting process. Nevertheless, it demands more investigations in the choice of monomers and templates, and the surfaces imprinted by core-shell emulsion polymerization.
Apart from these above mentioned strategies, we also considered emerging trends, technologies, and surface imprinting protocols in this review paper. For instance, nano-imprint lithography (NIL) is a sophisticated approach nano-scale pattering and fabrication that somehow overcomes limitations of soft-lithography, since small biomolecules and analytes of dimensions less than 30 nm could be detected using NIL. This method offers extremely sensitive, robust, and high throughput coatings at low cost. Surface imprinted micro-rods by template immobilization exhibited significant binding capacity and high selectivity; thus, can be scaled down to nano regime. Epitope imprinting has gained substantial interest of researchers for protein surface imprinting, since it exploits a small specific peptide sequence for imprinting process instead of whole protein. In this way, the problems associated with the template size and conformation can be solved. Artificial antibody replica via double imprinting methodology is an innovative method for generating biomimetic surfaces, in which polymeric copies of natural antibodies named as artificial antibody replica are made that work as the stamp material for soft lithography. The dual imprinting process not only improves the affinity for target analytes, but also enhances the imprinting density.
In general, these surface imprinted strategies are promising and highly competitive for generating biomimetic sensor coatings, which can be adopted for clinical assays and portable disease diagnostic devices. In future, more research investment in these surface imprinting technologies may lead to commercial production of efficient, robust, and reliable synthetic antibodies, biomimetic sensors, and portable biomedical devices at considerably low cost.
This work has a broad view of impact as it is one of the first reviews that covers the whole range of bioimprinting strategies with the most recent innovations. We discussed competing advantages and drawbacks of different bioimprinting technologies to provide readers with a comparative analysis of these technologies. This work will not only contribute to the body of knowledge, but is also expected to provide a foundation for advanced academic and industrial research that may effectively lead to the development of portable and cost effective biomimetic sensors and disease diagnostics. It can be included in courseware to support teaching and training of young students and researchers in this rapidly growing field of surface patterned biomimetic devices. We envisage that this work will help companies (biomedical industries) to carry out target oriented research and development that will not only save their time and money, but will also provide prompt solutions to problems. In addition, it may influence public bodies and policy makers to invest money in this captivating field of research for societal benefits, which may eventually lead to commercial manufacturing of highly reliable and sensitive disease diagnostics and development of health and economic sectors.
  
Prof.Information & Computer Sciencesmasaad@kfupm.edu.sa1117Arabic Document Analysis and Classification2013Pattern Recognition
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One of the databases (KHATT) got the best poster award in ” the International Conference on Frontiers in Handwriting Recognition (ICFHR), September 18-20, 2012, Italy, pp. 447-452. There are 2 other databases: (one is in its final stage of completion). We submitted a paper to the above journal and asked us for modifications which we did and submitted.
The third PATDB-E with one journal and one conference publication.
We have 3 databases which are used for research and making it open for researchers to use. It is currently taken by several groups in USA, Canada, and Europe. The above publication was based on the journal asking us to submit a journal paper based on our poster award.
These databases are very useful for researchers in the field.
  
Dr.Islamic & Arabic Studiesdrshammary@kfupm.edu.sa966501007700Saudi Arabia2011Journal king saud University
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This study aimed to reveal the effectiveness of the new system of rewards and allowances of Saudi faculty members, and the impact on their job satisfaction, and give suggestions for the development and improvement. To achieve these objectives we have used descriptive analytical study methodology through carrying out a successful survey of standards and foundations to construct incentives systems, rewards and discover their availability in the system by searching for the strengths and weaknesses. All these are by using the questionnaire prepared for that, which included thirty five (35) paragraphs distributed on three areas:
- Effectiveness of the system
- Its impact on job satisfaction for teachers
- Proposals for development and improvement.
It has been distributed to a random stratified sample of three hundred fifty (350) faculty members in Kingdom universities. The results showed that the system is located in the weak level of effectiveness, and not up to the level of aspirations and expectations of faculty members, and it has a medium effect on job satisfaction for teachers, and that there is considerable agreement on the need to modify, develop and introduce some significant improvements upon, most notably: Modify the salary scale, and reconsideration of the allowance and education allowance to address the problems of application and execution , and disbursement of the end service rewards for those who leave the job by force majeure, regardless of length of service.
The results also showed the presence of satisfactory significances at the level of significance (α≤0.05) fixed responses towards areas of study due to the variable of the university, specialization and sex while no significant differences attributable to the variable specialization.
Based on these results, the researcher recommended the following: transfer scarcity allowance and education allowance to a steady increase in the career scale, and modify the mechanisms of exchange of excellence allowance and the expansion of pay away.
The study is important for the Ministry of Higher Education and faculty members
  
Dr.Islamic & Arabic Studiesdrshammary@kfupm.edu.sa966501007700saudi ArabiaUnder PublishingSaudi Journal of Higher Education
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هدفت الدراسة الحالية إلى تعرف دور الجامعة تجاه المسؤولية المجتمعية في الجامعات الحكومية بمدينة الرياض من خلال تقدير القيادات الجامعية لهذا الدور ، مع تقديم مقترحات تطور أداء الجامعات في هذا الجانب. وقد استخدمت المنهج الوصفي المسحي واعتمدت الاستبانة أداةً لجمع بياناتها، حيث ضمت (63) فقرة توزعت على ستة أبعاد هي (الإداري والإجرائي- المجتمعي- الأخلاقي والقيمي- البيئي والصحي - الوطني والانتمائي - المعرفي والتربوي). وقد وزعت على عينة عشوائية طبقية بلغت (107) فرداً من القيادات الجامعية في الجامعات الحكومية بمدينة الرياض، هي: جامعة الملك سعود – وجامعة الإمام محمد بن سعود الإسلامية – وجامعة الأميرة نورة . وكان من أبرز نتائجها أن كشفت عن دور "جيد" للجامعات تجاه المسؤولية المجتمعية بشكل عام، إلا أنها لا زالت غير محددة بالشكل الذي يجعل منها مهمة واضحة لها قواعد منظمة، ومنهجية واضحة، وميزانية محددة، وأن ما يقدم حتى الآن يقع ضمن وظيفة الجامعة الثالثة المرتبطة بخدمة المجتمع. كما أظهرت وجود فروق ذات دلالة إحصائية تبعا لمتغير الجامعة بين كل من جامعة الإمام وجامعتي الملك سعود والأميرة نورة ولصالح جامعة الإمام. وفروقاً ذات دلالة إحصائية تبعاً لمتغير المركز الوظيفي، وكانت لصالح المراكز القيادية العليا. بينما لم تظهر أي فروق تعزى لمتغير الدرجة العلمية أو نوع الكلية. وقد أوصت الدراسة بمجموعة من التوصيات أهمها ضرورة توسيع دائرة العمل بالمسؤولية المجتمعية التي قصرتها الجامعات على عمادات ومراكز خدمة المجتمع والانتقال بهذه المسؤولية إلى الدائرة الأوسع التي تجعل منها ثقافة عامة للجامعة، يتبناها الجميع، وعلى كل المستويات.
The development of the social responsibility of the University
  
Dr.Islamic & Arabic Studiesdrshammary@kfupm.edu.sa966501007700Saudi ArabiaUnder PublishingJournal of educational & Psychological Sciences - Bahrain
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This study aimed at determining the perceptions of faculty members at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals of its organizational climate. and analysis of the relationship between the various dimensions of this climate and variable college, degree, years of experience, and nationality, then the proposal which will help improve the efficiency and effectiveness. One hundred thirty four members were included in the study undertaken at the Second semester (2012/2013). Has adopted the descriptive analytical method used, through the development of Building questionnaire achieving the purposes of the study included (43) items distributed on seven dimensions. The results of the study showed organizational climate at the university is located in the level of "good", and that the higher dimensions is the "sense of belonging and appreciation" that took place on average account (4.23) from (5), and the least of the "stimulus" by average (2.78). The study did not show statistically significant differences attributed to the college and the years of experience, while showed differences depending on the variable Degree and the nationality variable. The most notable recommendations work to achieve the kind of flexibility in the administrative work through the devolution of powers and the adoption of decentralization of management, and participation in decision-making.
The study gives an idea about the reality of climate at the university and then developed
  
Prof.Mathematics & Statisticsarahim@kfupm.edu.sa2237Appled MathematicsSEP 2012 NONLINEAR ANALYSIS-THEORY METHODS & APPLICATIONS  75,4747-4760   .
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Fixed point results for a generalized nonexpansive map in uniformly convex metric spaces.
 One of the most downloaded articles from Nonlinear Analysis: Theory, Methods & Applications (Science Direct) in 2012 


   
The applications of basic concepts of mathematics in diverse areas such as business, economics, biology, medicine, sociology, psychology, ecology, statistics, earth science and archaeology are well-known at undergraduate level.
Since fixed point problems are closely related to variational inequalities and equilibrium problems[ these two concepts are providing tools  for the solution of many technical and scientific  problems], therefore the outcomes of this work will be directly helpful to promote business , economics and other social sciences in the kingdom.

The Kingdom is in the process of establishing new higher education institutions.  The new faculty for these institutions would surely need to be trained   in latest research trends and achievements. Since the results obtained in this paper are new and constructive in nature so they will prove to be very useful to train and tame the fresh faculty members to create new ideas and knowledge in the kingdom. So this work will also serve as a basis for future research as well as initiating new research projects by new faculty through supervision of graduate students around the kingdom.
  
Prof.Mathematics & Statisticsarahim@kfupm.edu.sa2237Fixed  Point Theory and Applications2012Fixed  Point Theory and Applications, 2012, 2012:54.,
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An implicit algorithm for two finite families of nonexpansive maps in hyperbolic spsces .
Many researchers in this field are following the techniques developed in this paper, in their research work.
Since fixed point problems and  iterative methods are closely related to  theoretical computer science and engineering of image process  , therefore the outcomes of this paper will be directly helpful to promote business , economics and other social sciences in the kingdom; in particular the local commercial  projects,  international business groups and insurance companies in the Kingdom will  make use of our new results in understanding and further developing  their business in the kingdom based on latest knowledge and  techniques.
     
  
Prof.Mathematics & Statisticsarahim@kfupm.edu.sa2237Fixed point theory and applications2009Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 354,.469-477.
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Best simultaneous approximations ,asymptotically nonexpansive mappings and variational inequalities in Banach spaces.
The above work is published in one of the old and  famous  American based journal  namely,Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications.
Practically best  approximation theory permits optimal modeling in all numerical methods for approximating processes; for specific applications of the approximation theory as a branch of  optimization deals with deterministic and stochastic compensation analysis and control problems ,respectively. We have obtained some results on common fixed points from the set of best approximations of an asymptotically nonexpansive mapping on Banach spaces and some suitable classes of metric spaces.

The variational inequalities constitute a very general class of   problems in nonlinear analysis and are very suitable for the formulation of various equilibrium models which have applications in economics and related fields describing very complicated systems.
The variational inequalities constitute a very general class of   problems in nonlinear analysis and are very suitable for the formulation of various equilibrium models which have applications in economics and related fields describing very complicated systems.
- On the basis of this work,future interdisciplinary research in the Kingdom will be strengthened.  In particular, we plan to collaborate with the concerned experts of ARAMCO company which is a leading research company in the Kingdom and find applications of our results in its ongoing diverse nature engineering projects.
  
Dr.Aerospace Engineeringeprasetyo@kfupm.edu.sa038602157advanced materials April 2013Materials and Design (journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/matdes)
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This article reviews the advances in the materials selection for applications in structures and engines of current and future supersonic aircrafts. A brief overview of configuration design of the supersonic aircrafts is first given; which also includes techniques to improve configuration design for future supersonic aircrafts. The operating and ambient environmental conditions during supersonic flight and the resulting material requirements have been discussed; and consequently various aerospace aluminum alloys, titanium alloys, superalloys, and composites have been recommended. Finally, a new materials-selection chart is presented that would enable aerospace designers to select appropriate materials for application in high-performance current and future supersonic/hypersonic aircrafts.
This article can be used as a reference for aircraft designer.
  
Dr.Aerospace Engineeringeprasetyo@kfupm.edu.sa038602157aircraft designJuly  2012Journal of Aerospace Engineering
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This paper reviews recent advances and explores new trends in designing configuration and materials for application in very light
jet (VLJ) aircrafts. Current technical information of the light jet aircraft in the market have been studied for competitor analysis purpose; the
review of market design considers maximum take-off weight (MTOW), empty weight (WE), maximum cruise speed (Vcr·max), direct operating
cost (DOC), and aircraft price. Recent trends in aircraft configurations have been reviewed with particular reference to both conventional
and unconventional designs. The existing technology of lightweight aerospace materials has been reviewed and the recommendations have
been made for applications of composite and appropriate advanced materials in new VLJ aircrafts.
This article can be used as a reference for aircraft designer.
  
Dr.Center for Refining & Petrochemicalsmatiq@kfupm.edu.sa3898Polyolefin Catalysis and Applications2013Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 52, 9359–9373; Polymer International DOI: 10.1002/pi.4587; Jour. Polym. Res. 20, 56–71
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These publications are currently being processed by KFUPM Intellectual Office for patenting.

They focus on how mathematical modeling combined with experiments can broaden our understanding and insight regarding the following: (i)the influence of catalyst active center properties on ethylene homo- and copolymerization mechanism; kinetics; polymer backbone microstructure; and thermal characteristics, crystallization kinetics, and melt processing behavior of the as-synthesized polymers.
Finally, novel investigation methodologies were developed.

The Polym Intl paper was accepted as submitted.  Consequently, I was already privileged to be interviewed by Wiley, UK.  Pl see http://writeforwiley.com/2013/08/08/interview-dr-muhammad-atiqullah/.
Societal impact:

These works will guide polyolefin catalyst manufacturers toward improving catalyst performance, synthesizing advanced catalysts, and developing new types of polyolefins; and additive manufacturers in formulating improved masterbatches that will resist polyolefin degradation,hence the development of better end-products.

Note that nine Saudi petrochemical industries produce polyolefins.  By 2015, Saudi Arabia will be the 2nd largest polyolefin producer in the world.

We have already started contacting the local as well as international polyolefin producers to market the seminal results of our above-mentioned publications.
  
Prof.Electrical Engineeringmabido@kfupm.edu.sa4379Electrical Energy Systems2006IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation
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New formulation and techniques to solve power system optimization problems for cost saving and emission reduction of power plants.
The new formulation and techniques open a new direction of the research in solving complex optimization problems in power systems with conflicting objectives. It opens up also a direction to solve practical problems id different disceplines. Since it is published (5 years ago), this work receives (283 citations according to Google Scolar and 205 non-self citations based on Scopus). Cost saving will help in life welfare for the society and also reduction of pollutant emissions of power plants will protect the health of the individuals in general.
  
Prof.Electrical Engineeringmabido@kfupm.edu.sa4379Electrical Energy Systems2006IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation
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New formulation and techniques to solve power system optimization problems for cost saving and emission reduction of power plants.
The new formulation and techniques open a new direction of the research in solving complex optimization problems in power systems with conflicting objectives. It opens up also a direction to solve practical problems id different disceplines. Since it is published (5 years ago), this work receives (283 citations according to Google Scolar and 205 non-self citations based on Scopus). Cost saving will help in life welfare for the society and also reduction of pollutant emissions of power plants will protect the health of the individuals in general.
  
Prof.Electrical Engineeringmabido@kfupm.edu.sa4379Electrical Energy Systems2006IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation
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New formulation and techniques to solve power system optimization problems for cost saving and emission reduction of power plants.
The new formulation and techniques open a new direction of the research in solving complex optimization problems in power systems with conflicting objectives. It opens up also a direction to solve practical problems id different disceplines. Since it is published (5 years ago), this work receives (283 citations according to Google Scolar and 205 non-self citations based on Scopus). Cost saving will help in life welfare for the society and also reduction of pollutant emissions of power plants will protect the health of the individuals in general.
  
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