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King Faisal University

College of Engineering


Interaction with Industry

Right from the start, the College of Engineering at King Faisal University has chosen to involve its stakeholders in decision making. The College has arranged numerous meetings and workshops with industry representatives and community leaders. The College believes that representatives feedback and input is a valuable source for building and sustaining success and competitiveness in our graduates and thus is keen to maintain continuous contacts with them. To establish for an institutionalized mechanism of interaction with the industry, the Chemical Engineering program has a list of representatives who enjoy sufficient experiences to provide advice to the program faculty and staff on various aspects including academic issues, cooperative efforts with industry, and strategic planning. They also have the capacity to bring to the program the latest concerns and challenges facing industry to assist and guide the program in preparing graduates for their future careers


The following list of individuals includes the current representatives for the Chemical Engineering program:

v    Adnan M. Jarallah Alamer.
Ph.D. Chemical Eng.
King Fahad for Petroleum and Minerals

v    AbdulRahman Al-Mulhem.
B.S Chemical Eng.
Research Science Consultant, Saudi Aramco

v    Abdullah Al Omair.
B.S Chemical Eng.

v    Majed Al-Naim.
B.S Chemical Eng.
Operation Manager, KEMYA, SABIC

v    Hani Alkhalefah.
B.S Chemical Eng.
Private Eng. office

v    Mahmmod Adil Madni, Ph.D.
Retired Clinical Engineering Manager King Faisal Specialist Hospital
Riyadh, KSA