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5th Edition of the Annual Winter Enrichment Program will be held from 11th to 29th January, 2013

This year saw a total of more than 170 different events take place over a three week period, including keynote lectures, academic lectures and courses, cultural events, recreation events, workshops, exhibitions, skills training and field trips. Over 2000 participants took part and benefitted from the exciting and diverse program of events, enriching, inspiring and broadening their horizons. 

WEP's mission is to enrich and to inspire and broaden students' and the community's experience at KAUST with events and projects beyond the traditional academic curriculum. 
As a direct result of KAUST community's proposals, distinguished speakers and experts from around the world, the region, and our own University are invited to contribute to this program to have our intellectual horizons enlarged and our collective imaginations stretched.
I would like to thank you all the WEP supporters for your participation and contribution towards making it a huge success in this fourth year of the program. 

WEP 2013 Supporters 
We would also like to thank our sponsors who have made a significant impact on the success of WEP 2013. 

WEP 2013 sponsors 
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Saturday, January 26, 2013

Biologically Active Small Molecules

Location: Building 9, Room # 4125

2 courses (1.5h each) The courses will be delivered by John Archer. Topics include the common targets for biologically active small molecules, including enzymes, receptors, and nucleic acids; the dis ... more

Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Course

Location: Building 9, classroom # 3224

5-session course: Introduction (half day) Hands-on exercises A 5-session course run as an interactive training course in the history, basic principles, tools and techniques of the Lean Six Sigma (LS ... more

Monte Carlo Methods and High-Performance Computing

Location: Spine Auditorium between Bldg 4 & 5

This 3 session offering is based on short summer courses given by Prof. Mascagni. The courses teach students about Monte Carlo methods and show them trends in high-performance computing (HPC). The emp ... more

Responsible Conduct in Research (RCR)

Location: Ledture Hall 1, Bldg 9.

Part of "Paving your Road to Independence" series. As part of Postdoctoral Fellow and PhD Candidate development, this talk will provide insights into international standards for the Responsible Condu ... more
This introductory lecture is part of the program of the Chinese Painting and Calligraphy Workshop, which focuses on presenting the major concepts of Chinese painting and calligraphy. The full progra ... more

Marketing Tools for a Job Search - Career Action Series

Location: Building 9 Room 2322 (Lecture Hall I)

MARKETING TOOLS FOR A JOB SEARCH: Obtain ideas and tips on how to construct successful resumes, curriculum vita, cover letters, and thank you letters that can land you that dream job. Career action ... more
Event Cancelled!

Coral Reefs - Underwater Treasure Troves

Location: TBA


Andean Music in Peru and Other Countries

Location: Building 9 Room 2322 (Lecture Hall I)

Attendees will be presented several music genres from the South American Andes, especially from Peru. The music, its meaning and their origins will also be explained. This lecture will include live mu ... more
The 2011 Tohoku-oki, Japan earthquake (Mw9.0) produced the largest fault slip ever recorded for an earthquake, up to 50 meters on the shallow portion of the subduction megathrust. This slip produced t ... more