International Speakers to Lead KKU Summer School

The Inauguration of University Summer Mathematics School
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King Khalid University - Media Center


King Khalid University, represented by the Department of Mathematics at the College of Science, inaugurated the summer mathematics school on Sunday morning at the main campus.


Vice Rector of Graduate Studies and Scientific Research, Prof. Saad Al-Amri, explained that this summer program is a unique opportunity to receive specialized academic training, emphasizing that these programs bridge between different stages of knowledge to provide a deeper view into specific fields. Vice Rector Al-Amri welcomed the participants and guests of the summer school and wished them a wonderful stay in the city of Abha, adding that King Khalid University Rector, His Excellency Prof. Falleh Al-Solamy, is keen to devote all efforts to the service of the summer school guests and participants.


Vice Rector Al-Amri: Summer Schools are standard international academic practice. We hope to achieve and exceed desired outcomes.


At the inauguration of the program, College of Science Dean, Dr. Ali Al-Shati, stressed that the summer school is a unique opportunity that the university is keen to deliver with optimal learning outcomes. Following after, Dr. Ibrahim Al-Menjhi announced the topics to be discussed and the names of the participants.


Dr. Ali Al-Khalidi, Professor of Mathematics, Head of the Summer Camp Scientific Committee, said: "The summer school targets postgraduate students, faculty members, and researchers. Innovative scientific topics and partnership opportunities with leading researchers in the field of mathematics will form the rigorous educational environment we are looking to provide. The program curriculum includes number theory, differential geometry, dynamic systems, and a host of other mathematics subjects."


Of noteworthy mention, the school, which is the first in the Kingdom, aims to establish research partnerships with distinguished researchers from around the world.