Two Saudi Arabia’s Researchers Win Awards for Innovation and Scientific Research

Two Saudi Arabia’s Researchers Win Awards for Innovation and Scientific Research

Two Saudi researchers at King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology have won two awards for innovation and scientific research from the Federation of Arab Scientific Research Councils for Scientific Research 2019.

Dr. Mohammed bin Abdullah Asiri, won the innovation award for his invention of a high-frequency digital noise device, designed to produce digital noise signals using digital transmission lines, which are characterized by accuracy, confidentiality and high frequency, not affected by heat, its low cost and ease of application.

Engineer Alaa bin Abdullah Badakhen won the young researchers award in the field of artificial intelligence for his research to build a fog network for the internet of things, aiming to enable smart grid points that use fog computing technology to be applied in the field of adaptable IoT equipment using machine learning and artificial intelligence.