About the 1st “Annual Scientific Forum of Science College”

Vision 

Excellence in research outcomes for global competition within the requirements of national development.   

Mission

Enhancing scientific research mobility and knowledge exchange among researchers to consolidate the quality of scientific research and its outcomes in basic sciences and their applications to serve the community within the priorities of scientific research in the Science College. 

Objectives 

Based on the second strategic goal  of the College of Science: excellence in scientific research and innovation, and in order to enhance the concept of research mobility in the various departments, the first scientific forum of the College of Science will be launched during the period 11- 16/11/1444 H corresponding to 31/5- 5/6/2023  to present and share the results of research publications for all academic disciplines at the Science College, to achieve the following objectives: 

  1. Enhancing the quality of scientific research and its outcomes in basic sciences and their applications to serve the community within the priorities of scientific research in the Science College. 
  2. Providing an annual enrichment platform to display scientific outcomes and knowledge exchange between researchers from different categories and disciplines. 
  3. Developing students' skills in scientific research, communication, presentation, and discussion.   
  4. Supporting the scientific and intellectual contributions by providing the opportunity to recognize the research interests in various departments encouraging interdisciplinary research within the scientific research priorities of the Science College. 
  5. Introducing scientific production of the College of Science to the external community to open channels of cooperation between the community and the college.     

Templates 

  • Scientific Poster standards 
  • Scientific poster template for faculty members 
  • Scientific poster template for postgraduate students 
  • Scientific poster template for bachelor's graduation projects
  • Scientific poster template for bachelor's training projects 

Important Dates

End of Graduate Student Participation, Graduation Projects, and Training 

 

11/4/2023 

End of faculty members' participation 

30/4/2023 

Deadline for receiving scientific posters

7/5/2023 

Days of the Annual Scientific Forum

 

During the period from 31/5- 5/06/2023 AD

Evaluations of scientific posters for students

Wednesday 31/5/2023 

The opening of the first annual scientific forum of Science College under the patronage and presence of His Excellency the President of the University

Sunday 4/06/2023 

Scientific Poster Exhibition  

Monday 5/06/2023 

Scientific forum schedule

First day

Wednesday 31/5/2023 

(For participating students and judging committees) 

Presentation and evaluations of scientific posters for postgraduate students, graduation and training projects for undergraduate students.

8:30 – 11:00

Second day 

Sunday 4/6/2023 

(For participants only )  

Opening Seminars of Scientific Forum 

9:00 am –  10:00 am

 The Opening of the Scientific Poster Exhibition

10:00 am  -12:00 pm 

Announcement of the winners of the best poster Awards

12:00 - 1:00 pm

Third day

Monday 5/6/2023 

(The invitation is open to all: Faculties, students, and visitors)

Scientific Posters Exhibition visit 

9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Participants

Poster no.

Scientific Poster Title

Participation Track

Department 

Name

#

1

Preparation and application of nonstructured carbon from oil fly ash for growth promotion and improvement of agricultural crops with different

Faculty Members

Biology

Dr. Nadia Al Abdullah 

1

2

Antimicrobial Activity of Green Synthesized Silver Nanoparticles Using Waste Leaves of Hyphaene thebaica (Doum Palm(

2

3

Molecular and phytochemical features of three Saudi Arabian desert truffles and their extract silver nanoparticles associated with their antimicrobial activities against selected pathogens.

Dr. Hessa Al Shawaya 

3

4

 A putative cytotoxic serine protease from Salmonella typhimurium UcB5 recovered from undercooked burger

Dr. Hannan AlMahashir

 

4

5

Development of a promising antigenic cocktail for the global detection of Babesia caballi   in horse by  ELISA

Dr. Hanadi Baghdadi 

5

6

Morphological and molecular approaches of the nematode parasite Desportesius invaginatus (Acuariidae) infecting the cattle egret Bubulcus ibis (Ardeidae)

6

7

Preparation and Characterization of a RenewableStarch-g-(MA-DETA) Copolymer and Its Adjustment for Dye Removal Applications

Faculty Members

Chemistry 

Dr. Azza Abdullah Alghamdi 

7

8

Free Radical Copolymerization of Diallylamine and Itaconic Acid for the Synthesis of Chitosan Base Superabsorbent

Prof. Abeer Saeed 

8

9

Preparation, characterization, and antibacterial competence of silymarin and its nano-formulation

Dr. Kamal Adel

 

9

10

The Role of the Ferroelectric Polarization in the Enhancement of the Photocatalytic Response of Copper-Doped Graphene Oxide−TiO2 Nanotubes through the Addition of Strontium

Prof. Hafedh Kochkar

10

11

Visible-light-driven selective esterification of  benzaldehyde derivatives using strontium-modified 1D titanium dioxide nanotubes.

11

12

Multi-stage Learning Method for Breast Cancer Recurrence Prediction

Faculty Members

Math

Dr. Maram Al Wahaibi

12

13

Investigation of radiation shielding features for some types of commercial granites collected from Saudi Arabia

Faculty Members 

Physics

Dr. Nidaa Abdulqader Alohali 

13

14

Detecting lysozyme unfolding: Via the fluorescence of lysozyme encapsulated gold nanoclusters

Dr. Noura Al-Kudaisi 

14

15

Microstructural, optical, and electrical properties of Eu, Tb co-doped ZnO micropods elaborated by Chemical Bath Deposition on a p-Si substrate

Dr. Afif Naji Al-Fawzri 

15

16

A survey of elastase-producing bacteria and characteristics of the most potent producer,

Priestia megaterium gasm32

Postgraduate (Master)

Biology

Ghada Mubarak Alsheikh

16

17

Bioethanol Production from Lignocellulosic Biomass Using

Aspergillus niger and Aspergillus flavus Hydrolysis Enzymes

through Immobilized S. cerevisiae

Asma Al-Mutairi 

17

18

Analytical Solutions of some fractional-order biological models

Postgraduate(Master)

Math

Rawan Abdullah Aba Hosein

18

19

Hybrid MXene Graphene/Hexagonal Boron Nitride Structures: Electronic and Molecular Adsorption Properties. Nanomaterials

Postgraduate(PhD )

Physics

Fawzia Suwayan Masoud Alhajri

 

19

20

Hybrid G/BN@2H-MoS2 Nanomaterial Composites: Structural, Electronic and Molecular Adsorption Properties

Amal Shafi Alkhalidi 

20

21

Investigation of dual porous silicon decorated by ZrO2/Al2O3nanoparticles for their performance in photovoltaic applications

Maha Alanazi

21

22

Study of nickel-foam coated graphene sheets with various pore-density for electrical and thermal barrier applications

Nouf Al Salim

22

23

Gamma-ray-induced changes in the radiation-shielding, structural, mechanical, and optical properties of borate, tellurite, and borotellurite glass systems modified with barium and bismuth oxide

Awatef Farhan Hathal Alshammari

 

 

 

 

23

24

Layered Double Hydroxide Composites as Inorganic Nano-fillers@Polyvinyl Polymer as Anti-corrosion Coatings on Mild Steel

 

Postgraduate (Master)

Chemistry

Hissa Alloush Alqahtani 

 

24

25

Graphitic carbon nitride for assisted photocatalysis approach of strontium doped TiO2 nanotubes for degradation of organic pollutants in water.

Modi Nasser Al , Subaie

25

26

Synthesis of natural and eco-friendly grafted starch for water treatment: An analytical solution using artificial intelligence techniques

Lulwa Tawfiq Al , Fuhaid

26

27

photoelectrocatalytic degradation) of tetracycline using ZnO/CNT thin films prepared by a modified electrodeposition technique

Ghaida Marwan Wazan

27

28

Synthesis, and experimental evaluation of novel 4-(-3-(2-hydroxyethoxy)-3-oxopropenyl)-1,2-phenylene nanohybrid derivatives as potential corrosion inhibitors for mild steel in 1 M HCl

Munira Al Marzouq

28

29

Zeolitic imidazole framework/silica nanocomposite for targeted cancer therapeutics.

Postgraduate 

(PhD)

Chemistry

Hind Ghoneim Alotaibi

29

30

Cellulose based materials for water treatment Applications

Bushra Alabdullatif 

30

31

Corrosion inhibition of aluminum by novel ball-type phthalocyanines in hydrochloric acid solution

Najah Farhan Alrashidi

31

32

Modification of hydrophobic polymer membranes with β-cyclodextrin Nano fillers

Wadha Nouran Al -Rashidi

32

33

Charge-and size -selective ions sieving throughout fungi modified Ti3C2Tx Mxene based membranes 

Eman Gharib Alhajri

33

34

Modification of polysulfone based materials to enhance their performance in water treatment application.

Lamia Abdul rahman Alsulaiman

 

 

34

35

Floristic composition and diversity in Jana Island, Saudi Arabia

Bachelor

(Graduation Project)

Biology

Zainab Khalif، Shaza Al-Duhami، Fatima Al-Abdullah،  Munira Al-Buainain،  Hana Al-Sulaiman

35

36

Characterization and antimicrobial activity of biosynthesized silver nanoparticles from Avicenna marina extracts

Batoul Al-Jaroudi, Doaa Al-Khabbaz, Rayhana Al-Said, Samar Al-Ghamdi 

36

37

Wastewater Treatment Plant Utilized Materials

Maha Ahmed, Yaqeen Maitham, Nadia Al-Khalidi, Iman Al Makram 

37

38

Common viral and bacterial respiratory diseases in Saudi Arabia

Amani Al-Shawaf, Bayan Al-Attiyah 

38

39

Filtering Methods and feature selection in the medical field

Math

Haneen Al-Baali, Hanan Al-Subaie, Hind Al-Abdulkarim, Nour Al-Salloum, Zahraa Al-Hamran 

39

40

A numerical computing for the distribution of bivariate random transformations and its best fitting by the Weibull distribution

Atheer Al-Mutairi, Razan Al-Omari 

40

41

In Vitro Antimicrobial activity of synthesized Chromium doped Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles against Pseudomonas Aeruginosa

Physics 

Razan Al-Bukhari, Yasmine Al-Ashidi, Lama Al-Ahmari 

41

42

Effect of CuCl2 nanomaterials addition on the electrical properties of NiO/MnO2 based solid supercapacitor

Salma Al-Khatim, Samar Al-Saleem, Muntaha Al-Shammari, Maha Al-Enezi, Khadija Al-Zaraa 

42

43

Green Synthesis, Characterization and Applications of Chitinase

Bachelor

( Training )

Biology

 

Safaa Khalil Al-Zuwaid،  Batoul Musa Al-Jaroudi، Sakina Musa Al-Jaroudi

43

44

Intervention of Nanotechnology for the Treatment of some Important Bacteria found in wastewater.

 

Laila Aldossary

44

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