The successful teams belong to the 13 participating universities such as Qatar
University, Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar
, College of the North Atlantic - Qatar
, Stenden University Qatar
, Academic Bridge Programme-Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Georgetown University in Qatar
, Community College Qatar
, University of Calgary in Qatar
, Northwestern University in Qatar
Faculty of Islamic Studies, Texas A&M University at Qatar
, Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar and University College London Qatar.
may be best known for its hydrocarbon resources; however, it is unique in that it recognizes that its people are its most valuable asset, and, over the last few years, has successfully begun to transform itself into a modern, self-sustaining, knowledge-based economy.
The Government of Qatar
is also increasing its focus on boosting the country's tourism industry, which is catapulting demand for commercial buses in the country.
Green Directory is aimed at filling the gap between demand and supply in Qatar
's green buildings market.
Seetharaman highlighted the bilateral developments between Qatar
- Japan in the hydrocarbon segment.
In addition to participation in the Forum by the Embassy of Qatar
in the UK, contributions from the Qatari delegation included presentations in the field of education by representatives of Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU), the World Innovation Summit for Education initiative (WISE), Academic Bridge Programme, and Qatar
Martin Hope, Director of the British Council in Qatar
said: We are delighted to be partnering Qatar
Foundation in organizing the QF/UK Road Ahead Forum in London.
2015 will be held concurrently with two specialised events: Qatar
StoneTech, the 4th International Stone and Stone Technology show, and Heavy Max, the 12th International Exhibition for Heavy Machinery.
GreenGulf CEO Omran Al Kuwari said: "We're very proud to have developed this pioneering project for Qatar
The United States and Qatar
have extensive economic ties.
has stakes in France's Total and the Anglo-Dutch Shell oil companies.
As Zamila Bunglawala, a non-resident fellow at the Brookings Institution, notes in NewStatesman, Qatar
follows a careful strategy in other fields also: "We have seen Qatar
burst to the forefront of the international agenda with its savvy and ambitious portfolio through winning the 2022 World Cup bid and investment in brands we all know, including Barclays, the London Stock Exchange, Harrods and the 2012 Olympic Park, and rumors of buying football clubs surface periodically.