For the second year in a row Aramco Research Center-Detroit in collaboration with Argonne National Lab and Convergent Science won a Reader’s Choice award from HPCwire magazine for the most innovative project using high-performance computing in industry.
Aramco Americas conducted a webinar on Aug. 18 to present business opportunities to non-metallic and composite manufacturers across the U.S. – in support of Saudi Aramco’s non-metallic initiatives to promote sustainability.
A team of engineering students at Michigan Technological University (MTU) captured a number of first place wins in the 2020 Clean Snowmobile Challenge – a collegiate competition series conducted each year by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) International.
Our Aramco U.S. R&D program recently celebrated a milestone, with 100 plus granted patents from technologies created at the Houston, Boston and Detroit centers. This achievement reflects the caliber of our researchers who work creatively and with determination to advance Aramco’s technology leadership.
Agreement aligned with company’s strategy to play a leading role in accelerating the deployment of the nonmetallic materials business globally, producing non-metallic materials in the Kingdom would unlock opportunities for local manufacturers and facilitate knowledge transfer.
Raising the efficiency of engines in passenger vehicles and heavy-duty trucks has the company focused on the creation of an automotive technology portfolio with the power to substantially reduce the CO2 footprint of internal combustion engines (ICE), a significant source of emissions.