Who We Are?

CAMM is a joint center of excellence between King Abdulaziz City of Science and Technology (KACST) and the University of Cambridge. The objective of CAMM is to establish collaborative researches in advanced materials and manufacturing that support the long-term strategic plan of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This includes developing technologies and infrastructures that have a vastly reduced dependence on non-renewable resources. CAMM’s program embraces several areas across multidisciplinary scientific fields. The mission of CAMM is to research and develop key materials technologies to generate and store energy by renewable techniques, and to research and develop novel manufacturing processes that relate directly to the Saudi economy.

Featured Projects

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Advanced Materials for Inkjet-based Additive Manufacturing

The 3D printing: is to form an object layer by layer to reach the final product and it is considered to be of the modern digital processing method which would be revolutionized in the industries world in many aspects ...

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Carbon Nanotubes

The aim of this project, which is conducted in collaboration with Cambridge University, is to produce and optimize the properties of Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) that will be used to fabricate membranes to be used in water desalination...

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Fabrication and Development of Single Grain Bulk Superconductors

Superconductivity is a very outstanding and fascinating field of physics. Scientists and engineers around the world have been determined to develop an understanding...

Publications and IPs

Microstructural evolution in infiltration-growth processed MgB2 bulk superconductors

The study reports phase and microstructural evolution in MgB2 bulk superconductors fabricated

High Photoconversion Efficiency Obtained from Novel TiO2 Photoanodes

High photoconversion efficiency for photoelectrochemical water splitting was obtained using

Improved Open- Circuit Voltage in ZnO–PbSe Quantum Dot Solar Cells by Understanding and Reducing Losses Arising from the ZnO Conduction Band Tail

Colloidal quantum dot solar cells (CQDSCs) are attracting growing attention owing