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An enthusiastic Scientist based in Kuwait, with a rich experience of over 10 years in – Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, Shuwaikh, Kuwait.

Address:

Al-Jaheth Street, Shuwaikh, Kuwait

Email:

bamutairi.kisr@gmail.com

Telephone:

+965 24989168

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Education

2015-2020

Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering

Missouri University of Science and Technology, MO, USA
Thesis Topic: Characterization of Neutron Irradiated Accident Tolerant Nuclear Fuel Cladding Silicon Carbide & Radiation Detector Deadtime.

2015-2020

2015-2017

M.Sc. in Nuclear Engineering

Missouri University of Science and Technology, MO, USA

2015-2017

2007-2011

M.Sc. in Biomedical Engineering

RWTH Aachen University, Germany

2007-2011

2003-2007

BS in Environmental Science

California State University, Fresno, USA.
Joint degree with University of California-Riverside, Engineering Emphasis; Minro in Philosophy Emphasis on Logic and Ethics

 

2003-2007

Languages

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English
Fully fluent, Written and Spoken.
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German
Intermediate Knowledge, Written & Spoken
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Arabic
Native Speaker

Blogs

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Top 10 Reasons to Visit Kuwait in 2023

The country might not be one of the top traveler destinations in the Middle East, but visiting Kuwait is a fascinating travel experience that you’re sure to cherish! After all, it is a unique and safe country that has a lot to offer to its visitors. Don’t let its size fool ...
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A Guide To Traveling To Kuwait For The First Time

While being a small part of the Gulf countries, Kuwait is worth a visit for anyone who wants to get away from the busy routine of the city and enjoy a peaceful time. The unique architecture, culture, beaches, and hospitality of Kuwait have made it a must-visit place for tourists! ...
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What is Nuclear Energy?

In the late 1930s, we discovered that some particularly large atoms found in nature can be split into two (or fission), releasing a shocking amount of energy as heat. Because the energy emerges from the atomic nucleus, we call it nuclear energy. When these atoms are arranged properly in a machine called ...
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Interests

Reading science based books.
Gaming using PlayStation 5 or xbox.
Watching Track and Field, and soccer events.