About the Partner
npj Clean Water is published by Springer Nature in partnership with King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals.
King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals (KFUPM) is one of the leading educational organizations. It aims at being a preeminent institution known for its globally competitive graduates, cutting edge research and leadership in energy discoveries.
KFUPM was established in 1963 as the College of Petroleum & Minerals. Today, KFUPM offers 83 programs to more than 9,000 students studying in its 8 Academic Colleges.
The rapid growth of KFUPM is related to the rapid economic and technical development of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It also reflects the rising expectations of the people of Saudi Arabia, the expanding opportunities for the country's young population and the increasing importance of the Kingdom as a major source of the world's energy.
To meet these expectations, KFUPM is committed to make a difference in all that it does. This includes developing the main characteristics of its graduates, making them ahead of their peers, focusing on research that addresses global trends with high scholarly impact and engaging stakeholders across the society in endeavors aimed at contributing to the prosperity and intellectuality of the community at large.
For more information about KFUPM, visit www.kfupm.edu.sa.