Mohamad Al-Marouf

PhD Student

Research Interests

Computational fluid dynamics
High performance computing
Stability and control of dynamical systems

Selected Publications

  •  M. Al-Marouf and R. Samtaney, A Versatile Embedded Boundary Adaptive Mesh Method for Compressible Flow in Complex Geometry, Journal of   computational physics, 337, 2017
  • M. Al-Marouf, and R. Samtaney, An Embedded Ghost-Fluid Method for Compressible Flow in Complex Geometry, Defect & Diffusion Forum, 366,   2016
  • Abu Mallouh, M., Al-Marouf, M., Surgenor, B., and Peppley, B, Effect of Control Strategy on the Performance of a Fuel Cell Hybrid Electric Auto  Rickshaw, SAE 2011 World Congress & Exhibition, Detroit, MI, USA​


Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, KAUST, Saudi Arabia, (expected) 2017
M.S. Mechanical Engineering, control system track, KAUST, Saudi Arabia, 2010
B.Sc. Control & Instrumentations Systems Engineering, KFUPM, Saudi Arabia, 2009

Professional Profile

Research internship at Mech. Eng. Depart. Queen’s university, 2010

Research internship at Research institute. KFUPM, 2009


KAUST Excellence Award (for years: 2013, 2015, 2016).
KAUST Discovery scholarship, for Master and PhD.
KFUPM First Honor Graduate
KFUPM Research Institute: Excellence certificate
Advanced Electronics Company award for best ten students in electrical, computer engineering at KFUPM

KAUST Affiliations

Physical Science and Engineering Division