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Project Partners

This research project is part of a large collaboration between Qatar University and Qatar Rail. The collaboration involves a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and a number of agreements to strengthen the activities between the two important organizations in Qatar. The MoU supports activities to be conducted at Qatar University with the partnership of Qatar Rail, which includes common project work, training activities, students activities such as site visits and internships, and exchange of expertise in the field of railway engineering. One of the agreements signed is on the framework for railway research at Qatar University.

The MoU and agreements were signed by QU President Dr.Hassan Al Derham and Qatar Rail Managing Director and CEO Eng.Abdulla Abdulaziz T Al Subaie in the presence of officials from both institutions.

The following presents information about the teams involved in the framework for railway research:

Team at Qatar University

The project will be led by Dr. Mohammed Hussein from Qatar University. The project will be carried out at the Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering Department in collaboration with Qatar Transportation and Traffic Safety Center. The working team can be extended to take inputs from other faculty members and researchers at Qatar University beside consulting input from outside the university.

Coordinators at Qatar Rail

The focal point for coordination at Qatar Rail is Eng. Hassan Al-Marwani, director of technical interfaces and for technical queries is Eng. Marin Griguta, the technical director.


The research project is a part of the signed MOU between QU President Dr. Hassan Al Derham and Qatar Rail Managing Director and CEO Eng. Abdulla Abdulaziz T Al Subaie