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Research Funds

​​​Since environmental and sustainable development research areas are much needed in our modern era, the EDoB lab attracts several national and international funds. Currently, the lab activities have the following sources for funding:

  1. KACST External Grants Funds
  2. University Research Funds
  3. Other authorized external academic/research entities 

Research Projects

  • Year
    Project Title
    Funding Source
  • 2022
    Investigating the Nexus Between Urban Fabric and Urban Heat Island in Makkah
    Deanship of Scientific Research and Prince Khalid Al-Faisal Chair for Developing Makkah Al-Mukarramah and the Holy Places at Umm Al-Qura University (30,000 SR) (Project # DSRUQU.PKC-41-4)
  • 2020
    Solar Integrated Sustainable Home (TMAM 2020)
    Contribution to the Solar Decathlon Middle East SDME 2020, Dubai, UAE (500,000 SR)
  • 2019
    Sustainable Waterfront Development: An Integrated Socio-Bioclimatic Design Approach
    King Abdul Aziz City for Science and Technology (KACAST) (50,000 SR)
  • 2018
    Investigating the Health-Based Design Aspects of the Promenade Urban Space – AlRawda Promenade in Jeddah as Case Study
    Effat University (20,000 SR)
  • 2017
    Investigating the Adaptability of the Traditional Building Techniques in Jeddah's New Residential Buildings
    King Abdel-Aziz City for Science and Technology (KACST) (164,000 SR)
  • 2016
    Proposal for an Inter-generational Research Platform to Develop Intergenerational Knowledge Transfer of Vernacular Building Techniques in the South-West of Saudi Arabia (No., S2016-13)
    Effat University (20,000 SR)​

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