Abu Dhabi: Abu Dhabi University (ADU) and Dakila Research Social Sciences UAE (DRSS), a conglomerate of 19 Brazilian companies from various sectors, have signed an agreement to advance student knowledge in research and technology.
Through the agreement, ADU’s College of Engineering and DRSS seek to establish an advanced superconductivity research laboratory for college students and faculty to work on experimental tasks that aim to advance and discover new developments in science.
In the presence of Dr. Ali Saeed Bin Harmal Aldhaheri, ADU Chairman, and Mr. Otávio Augusto Teixeira dos Reis, Director of Research and Development at DRSS, the agreement was signed by Professor Ghassan Aouad, Chancellor of ADU, Dr. Hamdi Mustafa Sheibani, Dean of the College of Engineering at ADU, and Mr. Alan Oliveira, Chief Operating Officer of DRSS.
The laboratory both parties are planning to establish will be led by Professor Montasir Qasymeh, of Electrical Engineering at ADU, along with experts from Brazil, and will be equipped with high-quality tools and equipment.
Mr. Alan Fernandes, CEO of Dakila Emirates, commented that “we at Dakila Company are confident that our collaboration with Abu Dhabi University will pave the way for many advances and findings that will elevate humankind and benefit our communities. For instance, we envisage launching research projects and utilising state-of-the-art equipment to work towards realising quantum technologies to achieve unprecedented benefits for humanity. We plan to intensify our efforts to brand a success story out of collaboration with Abu Dhabi University.”
Ms. Gabriela Pache, CSO of Dakila Emirates, remarked that “this partnership means finding many solutions and development for all humanity, having the opportunity to offer technology as comfort and well-being for each one of us, and always bringing with us the principles and commitment to raising human consciousness. Magic is built with a lot of work, planning, creativity, and of course with good partners.”