Prof. Ilham Al Qaradawi

Research & Development In Science (Qatar) 2013

Prof. Ilham Al QaradawiResearch & Development In Science (Qatar) 2013

PROF. ILHAM AL QARADAWI – She is a trailblazer in the field of nuclear physics, serving as a professor at Qatar University and an adjunct professor at Texas A&M University in Qatar. Over the past decade, she has spearheaded groundbreaking initiatives, including establishing the first positron laboratory and creating the first slow positron beam in the Middle East. Additionally, she has founded an environmental radiation measurement laboratory and has collaborated with Europe’s CERN on the Antihydrogen experiment AEGIS.

Her contributions extend beyond the laboratory, as she is the founder of the Qatar Physics Society and a fellow of the Institute of Physics, as well as a member of several international societies. Her expertise is sought after worldwide, evident from her involvement in prestigious organizations such as the World Nuclear University Radiation Technology Summer School and the World Council on Isotopes. She has also been a lecturer at the World Nuclear University Summer Institute for the past four years.

A true genius in the field, her name commands respect and admiration in the world of nuclear science. Her voice resonates on the global stage, where she continues to push the boundaries of scientific discovery. She is truly an ultimate achiever, inspiring awe and reverence wherever her work is known.

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