imgThe eclipse is observed by the physicist Hamir Al-Shukaili's lens
The eclipse is observed by the physicist Hamir Al-Shukaili's lens
imgFirst Place, SPE Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference (ADIPEC 2019)
First Place, SPE Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference (ADIPEC 2019)
imgCongratulations to the OCPC Winners-First place
Congratulations to the OCPC Winners-First place
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Congratulations to the OCPC Winners-3rd Place

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Dealing with non-response in longitudinal surveys: an alternative weighting approach
Longitudinal surveys collect data from the sampled units on multiple occasions. At some data collection points, some sample members might, for any reason, not participate (Non-response). The consequence of this is that the survey results may be less precise, biased or both. Survey organisations try to make the correction for non-response simple for data users by calculating ‘weights’. The weights are thought to reduce the potential error due to non-response by increasing the influence of parti...
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| Tags: Department of Statictics, College of Sceince, Sultan Qaboos University, alternative weighting approach, Husam Eldin Sadig
NAOV- 2020: 5th International Conference on Numerical Analysis and Optimization
The Fifth International Conference on Numerical Analysis and Optimization (NAOV-2020) was held on January 6-9, 2020 at Sultan Qaboos University, Muscat, Oman (website: conferences.squ.edu.om/naov-2020). This conference is one of the few opportunities in the Middle East and Arab Gulf region that brings together once every three years many prominent mathematicians, scientists, engineers, worldwide experts and active researchers from prestigious Universities, National Laboratories and Research Inst...
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| Tags: SQU, NAOV-2020, 5th International Conference on Numerical Analysis and Optimization, Sultan Qaboos University
International AGYA Workshop on Natural Product Chemistry
Department of Chemistry organized a workshop on December 2019. Below are the details: Name of Event: International AGYA Workshop on Natural Product ChemistryDate: 22-23 December 2019Organizer: Arab-German Young Academy (AGYA) of Sciences and Humanities & Department of Chemistry
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| Tags: International AGYA Workshop on Natural Product Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, SQU, College of Science
Invitation: Why Mars? An Insider's Story of Mission to Mars
Physics department in College of Science invite you for Seminar “Why Mars? An insider story of Mission to Mars”Presented by Prof. Tom EconomouEnrico Fermi Institute, University of Chicago & NASAVenue: Lecture Theater 3Date: Sunday, 29th December 2019Time: 13:00
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