10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Plenary Speakers
1
MON: 30-03-2020 Main Hall 1st Inauguration Lecture Sec. ( 1 )  
11:00 : 12:30
 
PL - 1 EG Prof. Mahmoud Hashem Abdelkader mahmoud.abdelkader@eue.edu.eg
 
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  Photodynamic Modality for Cancer Diagnosis & Therapy and for Control of Malaria Vector in Infested African Swamps  
  Mahmoud Hashem Abdelkader  
 
EUE - European University in Egypt, Founder and Chairman of the Board of Trustees.
 
  ABSTRACT  
Photodynamic Therapy (PDT) is a promising new modality for cancer diagnosis and treatment, which involves the combination of light of an appropriate wavelength and a photosensitizing agent, which is selectively taken up and retained by tumor cells. Separately, each of these factors is harmless; however when they are combined in the presence of oxygen, cytotoxic reactive oxygen species are produced, which leads to irreversible cellular damage and causes cell death and tumor destruction. The following advantages of PDT makes it a very promising modality for cancer diagnosis and therapy e.g. selective destruction of cancer tissues, sensitizers located within the cytoplasm (no DNA damages), reduction of the metastatic rate of treated tissues, few drug-to-drug interactions and no impairment of further adjuvant treatments, as well as from the technical point of view e .g efficacy, easy to handle and low cost. This work will introduce the different applications of PDT as well as the methods and techniques of applying it on several types of cancer diagnosis and therapy. In addition, the successful field implementation of using Photodynamic modality utilizing natural extracts of chlorophyll derivatives and sunlight to control Malaria, Schistosomiasis and agricultural pests in infested epidemic swamps in Uganda, Ethiopia and Sudan. In conclusion, this work introduces a novel method, with low cost, that combines effectiveness, high selectivity, and highest levels of human safety and environmental friendliness.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Plenary Speakers
2
MON: 30-03-2020 Main Hall Plenary (POL) Speaker Sec. ( 2 )  
01:00 : 02:00
 
PL - 2 EG Prof. Mahmoud Abdel-Aty amisaty@gmail.com
 
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  “Impact Factor” معامل التأثير العلمي  
  Prof. Mahmoud Abdel-Aty  
 
Professor of Applied Mathematics, Sohag University, Vice-President of African Academy of Sciences, President of National Committee of the International Mathematics Union.
 
  ABSTRACT  
مُعامل التأثير”، هو مقياس لأهمية المجلات العلمية المحكَّمة ضمن مجال تخصُّصها البحثي، ويعكس معامل التأثير مدى إشارة الأبحاث الجديدة إلى الأبحاث التي نُشرت سابقًا في تلك المجلة والاستشهاد بها، وتعد المجلة التي تحظى بمعامل التأثير المرتفع أكثر أهمية وأكثر اعتمادًا عليها في المجتمع العلمي المتخصص، أكثر من غيرها . معامل التأثير “Impact Factor” ، هو أكثر معايير تقييم النشاط العلمي موضوعية، كما أنه أكثر تلك المعايير صلاحية وشهرةً وانتشارًا في التطبيق على مستوى العالم، الأمر الذي يتوافر له قواعد معلومات عالمية راسخة منذ أكثر من نصف قرن، والأمر الذي حدا أيضًا ببعض الأمم بإنشاء كشاف الاستشهاد المرجعي بها، مثل الصين والهند وكوريا، إلخ . ولأسباب مختلفة لا يوجد اهتمام عالمي بحساب معاملات التأثير للمجلات العربية، ولا توجد مؤشرات دقيقة ومنهجية على مدى جودة النشاط العلمي العربي، ومن هنا جاء الاهتمام بتوفير “مُعامل التأثير العربي”، وهو مُعامل خاص بالمجلات العربية دون غيرها . تتصدى مؤسسة دار نشر العلوم الطبيعية (Natural Sciences Publishing) (NSP) ، تحت رعاية اتحاد الجامعات العربية، وبالتعاون مع بعض أبرز المؤسسات العلمية والبحثية الرصينة في العالم العربي وخارجه، على إعداد معامل التأثير العربي Arab Impact Factor ، خدمة للمجتمع العلمي العربي ومؤسساته وباحثيه، وتحرص (NSP) ، على إصدار تقرير بمعامل التأثير العربي، بناء على الإجراء السابق، بصورة دورية، وقد تم مؤخرًا نشر تقرير معامل التأثير العربي لعام 2015 . وتتبع مؤسسة (NSP) ، المعايير المتعارف عليها في المجتمعات العلمية، في فحص مدى إدراج المجلات المتخصصة كوثائق مصدرية، وذلك مثل توافر هيئة للتحرير بتلك المجلات، والنص بوضوح على خضوع مقالاتها للتحكيم العلمي، وانتظام صدورها، والتزامها على وجه العموم بأخلاقيات وأعراف النشر العلمي، ويقوم على النظر في المجلات العربية على ضوء تلك المعايير، نخبة من العلماء والباحثين المتخصصين فى المجالات العلمية المختلفة .
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Plenary Speakers
3
MON: 30-03-2020 Main Hall 2nd Inauguration Lecture Sec. ( 3 )  
02:00 : 04:00
 
PL - 3 EG Prof. ا.د. محمد الشربيني - عميد كلية العلوم جامعة الأزهر pl03@iscaz.net
 
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  خمسون عاما "العيد الذهبي" على تأسيس كلية العلوم (بنين) جامعة الأزهر  
  الأستاذالدكتور/ محمد الشربيني  
 
عميد كلية العلوم - جامعة الأزهر
 
  ABSTRACT  
خمسون عاما "العيد الذهبي" على تأسيس كلية العلوم (بنين) جامعة الأزهر
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Plenary Speakers
4
TUE: 31-03-2020 Main Hall Plenary (POL) Speaker Sec. ( 1 )  
09:00 : 10:00
 
PL - 4 EG Prof. Hassan Azzazy hazzazy@aucegypt.edu.
 
309
  CRISPR Genome Editing: An Update  
  Hassan Azzazy  
 
Professor of Chemistry at The American University in Cairo (AUC), CTO of D-Kimia, LLC innovative diagnostic solutions and the CEO of NanoEbers, LLC for nanofiber wound dressings.
 
  ABSTRACT  
CRISPR (Clusters of Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats) is a natural defense mechanism employed by bacteria to foil attacks by viruses and other invaders via chopping up their DNA. CRISPR has successfully been repurposed to precisely edit genetic code across many organisms and applications. Concerns have been raised about the ethical merits and consequences of employing CRISPR technology to modify the human genome. In this lecture, the following aspects of CRISPR gene editing will be covered: (1) key players and mechanism, (2) downstream validation, (3) limitations, and (4) recent applications that could change the future of biotechnology and medicine.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Mathematics and its applications .::. Invited Lecture
5
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec05 ( 1 )  
10:00 : 10:30
 
MATH - 4 IN Prof. MOHAMMAD ASHRAF mashrafmath@gmail.com
 
309
  Ring Theory/Commutativity and Structure of Rings and Near-rings  
  MOHAMMAD ASHRAF  
 
Department of Mathematics Faculty of Science, Aligarh Muslim University, India
 
  ABSTRACT  
Research Experience: 32 years research experience in the eld of structures and commutativity of rings, structures and commutativity of Near-rings, Rings with polynomial identities, derivations and its various generalizations in rings, near-rings, Γ-rings, Banach Algebras and C ∗ - algebras, Algebraic Coding Theory and Cryptography. Research publications: 203 (Research Papers) • Number of Papers Published: 184(see Annexure-I) • Number of Papers Accepted for Publication: 19(see Annexure-I) • Papers presented at conferences: 21(see Annexure-II) • Seminars and Conferences attended: 42(see Annexure-III)
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Mathematics and its applications .::. Invited Lecture
6
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec10 ( 1 )  
11:30 : 12:00
 
MATH - 5 IN Prof. Nadeem Ur Rehman rehman100@gmail.com
 
309
  Ring Theory/Commutativity and Structure of Rings  
  Nadeem Ur Rehman  
 
Department of Mathematics Faculty of Science, Aligarh Muslim University, India
 
  ABSTRACT  
Research experience: 19 years Field of interest: Ring Theory/Commutativity and Structure of Rings, Derivations on Rings & Banach Algebras, Differential Identities in rings and algebras. M. Phil./Ph. D. supervised: 04/03 Research Projects: 04 (completed) 1. Principal Investigator of a Major Research Project "On Generalized Derivations in Rings and Their Applications" funded by University grant Commission (UGC) for three years (Grant No. 36-8/2008(SR)) 2.Co-Investigator of a Major Research Project "A Study of Identities with Generalized Derivations in Rings and its Applications" funded by the Department of Science and Technology( DST) for three years (Grant No. SR/S4/MS:556/08) 3.Co-Investigator of a major research project "Derivations and related mappings in rings and algebras" supported by Slovenian-Indian joint working group on Scientific and Technological co-operation under the auspices of the Department of Science and Technology (DST), India and Ministry of Higher Education Science and Technology (MHEST), Republic of Slovenia (Grant No. INT/Slovenia/P-18/09). 4.Co-Investigator of a Major Research Project "A Study of derivations in rings & Algebras with Involution and its Applications" funded by the University Grants Commission (UGC) )( F. No. 39-37/2010(SR)) for three years (w.e.f. 01.02.2011).
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications .::. Invited Lecture
7
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[B] Oral - Sec02 ( 1 )  
10:00 : 10:30
 
GEO - 17 EG Prof. محمد حسان عوض il05@iscaz.net
 
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  المشروعات التعدينية الكبرى بين الواقع والمأمول  
  ا.د. محمد حسان عوض , ا.د. البهي عيسوي , ا.د. محمود محمد حسان , ا.د. رضا محرم , ا.د. محمد الوجيه  
 
جامعة الأزهر
 
  ABSTRACT  
المشروعات التعدينية الكبرى بين الواقع والمأمول
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications .::. Invited Lecture
8
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[B] Oral - Sec07 ( 1 )  
11:30 : 12:00
 
GEO - 18 EG Mr. "أسكوم" www.ascom.com.eg شركة أسيك للتعدين il06@iscaz.net
 
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  البحوث العلمية وكيفية الاستفادة منها في الصناعة  
  فايز حبيب - أسكوم  
 
شركة أسيك للتعدين - أسكوم
 
  ABSTRACT  
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Environmental Science and its applications .::. Invited Lecture
9
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[A] Oral - Sec11 ( 1 )  
01:30 : 02:00
 
CHEM-ENV - 10 EG Prof. AbdelRahman Mahmoud Mousa ammousa_2020@yahoo.com
 
309
  Environment and Natural Resource Security (Marine Plastic Garbage) الثروات الطبيعية وحماية البيئة (مخلفات البلاستك البحرية)  
  Abdel-Rahman Mahmoud Mousa  
 
Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University
 
  ABSTRACT  
Plastic is the workhorse material of the modern economy. Lightweight and durable, it’s been used to make a vast number of products since its introduction over 100 years ago. However, a study undertaken by the World Economic Forum المنتدي الاقتصادي العالمي showed the scale of the breakdown in the global plastic system. A full 32% of the 78 million tons of plastic packaging produced annually is left to flow into our oceans; the equivalent of pouring one garbage truck of plastic into the ocean every minute. If we carry on, as usual, this is expected to increase to two per minute by 2030 and four per minute by 2050. By 2050, this could mean there will be more plastic than fish in the world’s oceans. At the moment, only 14% of global plastic packaging is collected for recycling and only 2% is reused as packaging. In total, $80-$120 billion of value is lost annually. The system needs to change and there are a number of people working to make this happen.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Environmental Science and its applications .::. Invited Lecture
10
Wed: 01-04-2020 Hall[A] Oral - Sec16 ( 2 )  
09:30 : 10:00
 
CHEM-ENV - 6 EG Dr. Faiza Abouzeid Fayzaabouzeid@yahoo.com
 
309
  Hexavalent chromium in cement and its effect on labor health  
  Eng.Faiza Abouzeid  
 
Aqua Trust for Water Treatment Co, Cairo ,Egypt
 
  ABSTRACT  
This invited lecture will deal with cr(vI) cancer hazard.It can damage skin,eyes,nasal passages,and lungs.Also will be covered an answer to the questions : What problems does cement cause ? as well as cement contact dermatitis ? What action to be taken to protect constructions workers. The reduction of cr(vI) to cr((III) will be discussed to minimize the hazardous effect.Also will be introduced the sources of cr(vI) in Portland cement and the nature of cement. The different chemical procedures will be discussed in details as a curing to the problem
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Environmental Science and its applications .::. Invited Lecture
11
Wed: 01-04-2020 Hall[A] Oral - Sec21 ( 1 )  
10:30 : 11:00
 
CHEM-ENV - 3 EG Prof. Mostafa Emara Scdreh@yahoo.com
 
309
  CHEMESTRY AND ITS REFLECTION ON ENVIRONMENT  
  Prof. Mostafa Mahmoud Emara  
 
Chemistry Department, Faculty of Science (boys section), Al-Azhar University
 
  ABSTRACT  
This paper is an abstract to an invited lecture to be delivered at one of the opening sessions of ENV.
The talk will deal with the following major items:
Development of natural science until reached to environmental science.
How chemistry helps to make environment is better livable one.
Consumer chemistry and its relevance to environment.
Take some specific examples air, water, food and the effect of chemistry on each of them.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Environmental Science and its applications .::. Invited Lecture
12
Wed: 01-04-2020 Hall[A] Oral - Sec21 ( 2 )  
11:00 : 11:30
 
CHEM-ENV - 9 EG Dr. فاروق مصلح عبدالعزيز inv01@iscaz.net
 
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  مستقبل التنمية في مصر بين التحلية وإعادة إستخدام المياه  
  فاروق مصلح عبدالعزيز  
 
مدير المكتب الفني لنائب رئيس مجلس ادارة الهيئة القومية لمياه الشرب والصرف الصحي ورئيس قطاع المشروعات
 
  ABSTRACT  
الهيئة القومية لمياه الشرب والصرف الصحي أحدي مؤسسات وزارة اإلسكان والمرافق والمجتمعات العمرانية تم إنشأئها بالقرار الجمهوري رقم 197 عام 1981 لتجمع الهيئة مهام هيئتي مياه الشرب والصرف الصحي لجميع محافظات الجمهورية معدا محافظتي القاهرة واإلسكندرية. مسئوليات الهيئة بنص القرار الجمهوري رقم 197 عام 1981  وضع الخطط قصيرة وطويلة األجل ألمداد القطر المصري بخدمات توصيل مياه الشرب والصرف الصحي.  تصميم واألشراف علي تنفيذ مشروعات مياه الشرب والصرف الصحي بكامل محافظات الجمهورية معدا القاهرة واإلسكندرية.  بحث ودراسة تطوير أنظمة المعالجة والتنقية ومتابعة المشروعات بعد التنفيذ لحل وتطوير أنظمة المعالجة من خالل مشاكل ومعوقات التشغيل والتعديل بالتصميمات الجديدة.  تقديم األعمال اإلستشارية للغير داخل وخارج البالد. وفي هذه المحاضرة يتم التعرض للدور البارز الذي تقوم به الهيئة القومية ودور الحكومة المصرية في موجهة العجز المتوقع في كمية المياه الصالحة للشرب والري وذلك بتنفيذ عدد من محطات تحلية مياه البحر وخصوصا بالمدن الساحلية سواء علي البحر المتوسط أو األحمر. والخطة الطموحة التي بدئت بإنشاء 52 محطة معالجة مياه الصرف الصحي في محافظات الصعيد بواقع 11 محطة معالجة ثالثية و 41 محطة تعمل بنظام المعالجة الثالثية. وتوضح المحاضرة نظم المعالجة المستخدمة في مصر وابرز التكنولوجيات وأنظمة المعالجة في مشروع 52 محطة ومعايير المعالجة وبعض القرارات المنظمة من الجهات المعنية مثل معهد بحوث الري واللجنة العليا للمياه. ونظرا الن المستقبل القريب سوف يعتمد بشكل مكثف علي تحلية مياه البحر فقد تم النظر بشكل تفصيلي لتاريخ تحلية مياه البحر في المنطقة العربية وكذلك أنظمة التحلية وأفضل الطرق بشكل من التفصيل وكذلك كمية المياه المنتجة حاليا في مصر. كما تم التركيز علي اكثر الطرق انتشار والمستخدمة في تحلية مياه البحر وهي التناضح العكسي RO بشكل من التفصيل حيث تم التعرض ألنواع األغشية والمهمات الكهروميكانيكية وطرق المعالجة المبدئية وكيفية التخلص واإلستفادة من المياه شديدة الملوحة. وفي النهاية يتم إقتراح افضل الطرق التي يمكن استخدامها من واقع ما تم إنشاءة من مئات مشروع معالجة مياه الصرف الصحي والتي تحقق أفضل النتائج وافضل المعايير والمواصفات النوعية للمياه المعالجة لتعظيم إعادة استخدم مياه الصرف المعالج بشكل صحي وأمن.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Physics and its applications .::. Invited Lecture
13
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[D] Oral - Sec09 ( 1 )  
11:30 : 12:00
 
PHY - 30 EG Prof. Alaeddin A. Bahgat alaabahgat@hotmail.com
 
309
  Homemade Experimental Facilities for Research and Students  
  Prof. Dr. Alaeddin A. Bahgat (A.A. Bahgat)  
 
Professor of Physics, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Cairo 11884, Egypt
 
  ABSTRACT  
It was always my enthusiasm to work by hand as long as tools and facilities are on my reach. This is together with some computer programming skills; I have built a series of experimental tools to facilitate studying materials properties for the sake of enjoyment! and probable publication of the results. This was together with encouraging, instructing and supervising others "mainly students" to realize their own buried potentials and to make their own setups. In this approach, it was possible to make several well-calibrated and standardized experimental tools. Homemade facilities established for the purpose of scientific research are mainly1, new type x-ray spectrometer, corrosion of metals and alloys "Galvano-state technique", creep of materials as a function of temperature and stress, Differential thermal analysis (DTA), Four-probe electrical resistivity at low and high temperatures, Thermoelectric power, DC and AC electrical properties as a function of temperature and frequency including electrical conductivity, pyroelectricity, polarizability, permittivity both real and imaginary, high electric field ferroelectric "E-P" facility as a function of temperature, Magnetic hysteresis and magnetostriction, AC superconducting magnetic susceptibility "real and imaginary parts" as a function of temperature and frequency. It was also made possible to participate in putting together parts "purchased" of Mossbauer Effect facilities on a number of occasions. This without ignoring to say the techniques of materials preparations including glasses, ceramics, nanocrystalline materials, thin films sol-gel, autoclave method, microwave processing, soldering alloys, liquid metals, and alloys. The fields of scientific research that used these homemade facilities were, x-ray spectroscopy and laser, electrical and thermal properties of ceramics and composite materials, metals and soldering alloys, nanocrystalline materials, Sol-Gel research, Hydrogen gas sensing, and storage …. etc. These homemade facilities made it possible the publication in International reputable journals such as Phys. Rev. B, Phil. Mag., Rev. Sci. Instruments, J. Alloys & Compounds, J. Phys. Chem. of Solids, J Sol-Gel Sci. Technol., Optics & Laser Technology, Glass Technology … etc 1,2. Fortunately, there was a time to build some undergraduate student experiments and writing the necessary manuals. 1 https://scholar.google.com.eg/citations?user=r4rpqMsAAAAJ&hl=en
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Physics and its applications .::. Invited Lecture
14
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[D] Oral - Sec14 ( 1 )  
01:30 : 02:00
 
PHY - 35 EG Prof. Walaa M. Seif il04-phy@iscaz.net
 
309
  Impacts on nuclear structure on α decay  
  Walaa M. Seif  
 
Cairo University
 
  ABSTRACT  
α decay is a principal decay channel of unstable translead, transuranium, and superheavy nuclei. It is fundamentally a quantum tunneling process. The investigation and analysis of α decay data enrich our clear understanding of the correlation between the experimental observables and the different nuclear structure properties, such as the proton and neutron density distribution and the related radii and skin thickness, nuclear deformation and incompressibility, the shell and pairing effects, and the impact of the isospin asymmetry. Also, it may be appropriately used to get information concerning the ground-state (GS) spin and parity of the involved nuclei, the nuclear symmetry energy, and its density slope, the cluster location inside the nucleus, as well as the half-lives against the other decay modes.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Physics and its applications .::. Invited Lecture
15
Wed: 01-04-2020 Hall[D] Oral - Sec19 ( 1 )  
09:00 : 09:30
 
PHY - 32 EG Prof. Amr Mohamed Ismail Kany ilphy03@iscaz.net
 
309
  Nuclear fuel cycle strategies  
  Amr Mohamed Ismail Kany  
 
Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt.
 
  ABSTRACT  
The present lecture deals with the major features of the nuclear fuel cycle for various systems and various strategies. The various components or processes of the nuclear fuel cycle can be classified into two groups: -The first group is the “Front end of the fuel cycle”, which includes all operations preceding the burn up of the fuel in the reactor core and its discharge to fuel storage facilities. This group consists of several components or stages: mining of ore, milling, extraction, and yellow cake production, conversion, enrichment, fuel fabrication, fresh fuel shipping to the reactor site. -The second group is the “Back end of the fuel cycle”, which includes all processes following the discharge of irradiated fuel from the reactor core. This group consists of spent fuel cooling or storage, spent fuel shipping facilities and radioactive waste disposal. Such a stage will be illustrated schematically.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Physics and its applications .::. Invited Lecture
16
Wed: 01-04-2020 Hall[D] Oral - Sec24 ( 1 )  
10:30 : 11:00
 
PHY - 31 EG Prof. Zein El-Abidin Kamel Heiba ilphy02@iscaz.net
 
309
  Nanostructures and Nanomaterials: Properties and characterization.  
  Zein El-Abidin Kamel Heiba  
 
Prof. of material science, X-ray diffraction, Physics Department, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University
 
  ABSTRACT  
In the last three decades, researchers began developing the ability to manipulate matter at the level of single atoms and small groups of atoms and to characterize the properties of materials and systems at that scale 10−9 meters; such capability has led to emerging what is called “Nanoscale science and technology”. An astonishing discovery was that materials in the nanoscale often have properties (mechanical, magnetic, optical …) that are significantly different from the properties of the same matter at the bulk scale. The change of bandgap energy (quantum confinement) and the appearance of superparamagnetism are distinct examples of the size-dependent properties. As efforts in the various areas of nanoscale science and technology continue to grow, it is certain that many new materials, properties, and applications will be discovered in all fields of science, engineering, medicine... This will be important not only economically but also for conservation and environmental applications. The characterization of nanomaterials relies on the analysis of physicochemical properties and parameters, including size, shape, surface properties, composition ... Among them, the microstructural characterization gives information about the size and morphology of different phases, the number of phases, chemical composition, and crystallographic defects; through which various properties of nanomaterials can be finely tuned. Although various morphological characterization techniques such as atomic force microscope, scanning electron microscope, transmission electron microscope, etc. are being used; still x-ray diffraction is the essential and fundamental one.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Zoology and its applications .::. Invited Lecture
17
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[C] Oral - Sec03 ( 1 )  
10:00 : 10:30
 
ZOO - 39 EG Prof. أ.د./ مصطفى مختار فودة drfoudamos@gmail.com
 
309
  Recent trends in human affairs and marine environment, with a prospective on the Egyptian marine and fisheries resources  
  أ.د./ مصطفى مختار فودة  
 
أستاذ علوم البحار ومستشار وزير البيئة - Minister Adviser on Biodiversity Ministry of Environment
 
  ABSTRACT  
This review is based on 1) World Ocean Assessment (WOA); 2) First Census of Marine Life 2010 (Highlights of a Decade of Discovery); and 3) Personal experience gained in the marine affairs. WOA includes more than 50 subjects within 4 main themes: marine environment and understanding of the ocean`s role in the global integrated Earth system; food security and food safety; human activities and their impacts; and marine biodiversity. The decade of discovery includes 540 expeditions, 2, 7000 scientists from more than 80 nations to assess and explain the diversity, distribution, and abundance of marine life, and points to opportunities to discover new species. Personal experience in the marine affairs includes knowledge gained nationally (Red Sea and Mediterranean Sea), regionally (Arabian Gulf, Arabian Sea and Gulf of Oman) and internationally (UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, Convention on the Biological Diversity, RAMSAR (Wetlands), Convention on the Migratory Species, and Convention on International Trade on Endangered Species). The main findings and conclusions are:1) climate change and related changes in the atmosphere have serious implications on marine ecosystems; 2) exploitations of the marine resources has exceeded sustainable levels in many regions; 3) fish products are the main source of animal protein; 4) there are clear gradients in biodiversity around the world;5) increased levels of use of marine resources create conflicting demands; 6) increased levels of population and industry result in increasing input of harmful material and excess nutrients in the marine environment; 7) adverse impacts on biodiversity come from the cumulative impacts of human activities; 8) the distribution around the world of the benefits drawn from the marine environment is still very uneven; 9) sustainable use of marine resources cannot be delivered unless integrated management of different sectors is achieved, and 10) the greatest threat is that of delay in implementing known solutions.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Zoology and its applications .::. Invited Lecture
18
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[C] Oral - Sec08 ( 1 )  
11:30 : 12:00
 
ZOO - 37 EG Prof. أ.د./ وحيد محمود امام waheed.emam@yahoo.com
 
309
  محاضرة مدعوة  
  أ.د./ وحيد محمود امام  
 
أستاذ البيئة بعلوم عين شمس– رئيس الجمعية الأكاديمية المصرية لتنمية البيئة– أمين عام منتدى العلماء العرب - كلية العلوم جامعة عين شمس
 
  ABSTRACT  
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Zoology and its applications .::. Invited Lecture
19
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[C] Oral - Sec13 ( 1 )  
01:30 : 02:00
 
ZOO - 36 EG Prof. أ.د./ سحر فهمي مهنا sahar_mehanna@yahoo.com
 
309
  Fish Production in Egypt: Current Status, main challenges, and Future Perspective  
  أ.د./ سحر فهمي مهنا  
 
أستاذ بيولوجيا المصايد بالمعهد القومي لعلوم البحار والمصايد ومدير فرع السويس سابقاً - المعهد القومي لعلوم البحار والمصايد
 
  ABSTRACT  
Egypt drives its fish yield from two main resources; wild or natural resources and artificial or aquaculture. The natural fisheries resources in Egypt classified into marine (Red and Mediterranean seas) an inland (lakes and River Nile) resources. These fisheries are one of our chief sources of wealth. If we give them due care, we can increase our national income and solve many of our problems. Despite the improved fish production in Egypt (≈1,8 million ton in 2017: about 20% from capture fisheries and 80% from cultured fish), the increasing pressure from growing populations and the desire to increase per capita consumption of fish requires us to reorder priorities in order to achieve optimum exploitation of available fish resources. Egypt as most of the world needs to focus on fisheries, as productive renewable food resources that can contribute to the development or increase national income as well as save the food for coming generations. Generally, Egyptian fish stocks from marine and inland waters have severely declined in recent years. The decline of the fisheries has stressed the need for efficient fisheries management. To develop the fisheries sector in present-day, Egypt’s attention must be paid to the development of its natural fish resources through better conservation and management of marine and fresh-water resources. So, this presentation will focus on the current situation of our natural resources and summarize the main challenges faced by this important sector as well as suggesting some applicable solutions to overcome these challenges and conserve our resources.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Microbiology and it's applications .::. Invited Lecture
20
Wed: 01-04-2020 Hall[B] Oral - Sec17 ( 1 )  
09:00 : 09:30
 
MIC - 13 EG Assoc.Prof. Mohamed Farag mohamed.farag@azhar.edu.eg
 
309
  Novel Molecular Mechanisms for Prevention and Treatment of Chronic Viral Hepatitis(Immune Based Therapy)  
  Mohamed M. S. Farag  
 
Botany and Microbiology Department, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt
 
  ABSTRACT  
Chronic hepatitis virus infection is a leading cause of liver fibrosis, cirrhosis and the development of hepatocellular carcinoma. Virus replication can effectively be controlled by potent new direct antiviral agents (DAA). Dendritic cells (DCs) are a promising tool for therapeutic and/or prophylactic vaccination experiments, considering their multiple functions in immune modulation. It is known that in chronic hepatitis B and C virus carriers the function of DCs as well as the function of T-cells and B-cells is impaired and the specific cellular immune responses against virus are down regulated. We used bone-marrow derived dendritic cells from BALB/c mice pulsed with hepatitis B virus subviral particles (HBVsvp) and/or pseudo particles from the hepatitis C virus (HCVpp) to activate dendritic cells in vitro. In the present study, the potential of ex vivo activated DC to induce specific immune responses against HBV and HCV was examined. In our study we used naïve as well as transgenic mice as model for chronic infection to observe immune responses. We were able to demonstrate that it is possible to activate DC of mice in vitro by pulsation with constructed particles and that by immunizing mice with such activated DC specific antiviral directed immune responses are induced on cellular and humoral levels. In addition, increased production of cytokines and T cells proliferation in treated mice compare to untreated control mice, demonstrated that in vitro activated DC can effectively induce immune responses against hepatitis virus in vivo. These data lead to the assumption that DC function infected patients could be restored in vitro, possibly assisting the patients to better control or even clear the virus. The results demonstrate that in vitro activation of DC can overcome the impaired DC and T-cell function in infected patients, as well as vaccination with ex vivo activated DC may be a promising tool for therapeutic or prophylactic approaches against the Hepatitis virus.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Organic Chemistry and its applications .::. Invited Lecture
21
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[A] Oral - Sec06 ( 1 )  
11:30 : 12:00
 
CHEM-ORG - 24 EG Prof. Amin Farouk Mohamed Fahmy farouk_fahmy@sci.asu.edu.eg
 
309
  EFFICIENT MECHANO CHEMICAL GREEN SYNTHESIS OF HETEROCYCLES [ATOM ECONOMY-YIELD ECONOMY AS METRICS OF SYNTHETIC REACTIONS EFFICIENCY]  
  Amin F. Fahmy , Sameh A .Rizk , Amira A. El-Sayed , Magdy M. Hemdanand , Aya I. Hassaballah  
 
Faculty of Science, Department of Chemistry, Ain Shams University, Abbassia, Cairo, Egypt
Faculty of Science, Department of Chemistry, Ain Shams University, Abbassia, Cairo, Egypt
Faculty of Science, Department of Chemistry, Ain Shams University, Abbassia, Cairo, Egypt
Faculty of Science, Department of Chemistry, Ain Shams University, Abbassia, Cairo, Egypt
Faculty of Science, Department of Chemistry, Ain Shams University, Abbassia, Cairo, Egypt
 
  ABSTRACT  
The role of chemists is essential in ensuring that our next generation of chemicals, materials, and energy is more sustainable than the current generation. One of the most attractive concepts in chemistry for sustainability is Green Chemistry, which is the utilization of a set of principles that reduces or eliminates the use or generation of hazardous substances in the design, manufacture, and uses of chemical products. One of the key aspects of Green Chemistry is the elimination of solvents in chemical processes. Multi-component reactions [MCRs] enable fast production of heterocycles in a single operation and thus respect the demanding eco-compatibility principle like step efficiency and atom economy. On the other hand Mechano heterocyclic chemistry (MCHC) is a recent quickly growing technique in the synthesis of heterocycles and draws the attention of heterocyclic chemists towards the uses of the grindstone technique in a solvent-free green efficient synthesis of many heterocyclic systems. The key advantages of this strategy, over conventional approach, include its simple, solvent-free conditions, as well as its facile work-up, high atom economy [AE] and high yield economy [YE]. We use Grinding in both one-pot multistep and Multicomponent strategies for sustainable green synthesis of a wide range of condensed, noncondensed five, six, and seven-membered heterocyclic systems, some of them showed insecticidal or biological activities...
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Physical Chemistry and its applications .::. Invited Lecture
22
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[A] Oral - Sec01 ( 1 )  
10:00 : 10:30
 
CHEM-PHY - 18 EG Prof. Sabry Abdelmottaleb m.s.abdelmottaleb@sci.asu.edu.eg
 
309
  Light-Emitting-Diodes (LED): Organic versus Organometallic Phosphorescent Luminophores  
  M. S. A. Abdel-Mottaleb  
 
Nano-Photochemistry, Solarchemistry, and Computational Chemistry Labs, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Abbassia, 11566, Cairo, Egypt
 
  ABSTRACT  
The photophysical relaxation processes of excited molecules after light absorption, including radiative emission, vibrational relaxation, internal conversion, singlet-triplet intersystem crossing (ISC) (See Figure 1 for explanation), form the basis of a wide range of advanced applications, spanning from optoelectronics to photomedicine. Stimuli-responsive phosphors could be also used as photoprobes in analytical chemistry. These relaxation pathways, particularly the ISC between singlet and triplet excited states to yield phosphorescence, have increasingly become the subject of active research and explorations. Through a comprehensive understanding and manipulation of the phosphorescence mechanism, novel materials with persistent and stable room-temperature phosphorescence (RTP) could be designed and engineered.
Purely organic RTP materials have attracted lot of attention recently as promising alternative to expensive and toxic metal based phosphorescent materials. We are going to present our recent contributions on predicting excited state dynamics of simple organic luminophores and checking if it can compete or even exceed their inorganic partners. Furthermore, a glimpse on our efforts to develop and integrate the field among the Egyptian scientific research and education sectors will be outlined.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Physical Chemistry and its applications .::. Invited Lecture
23
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[D] Oral - Sec04 ( 1 )  
10:00 : 10:30
 
CHEM-PHY - 22 EG Dr. Amir Ali arahmed@smu.edu.
 
309
  Effect of the Magnetorheological Nanoparticles Doped with Polydimethylsiloxane for the RNA Detection  
  Amir R. Ali  
 
Applied-Science & Robotics Laboratory for Applied-Mechatronics (ARAtronics Lab.); Mechatronics Engineering Department, German University in Cairo, New Cairo, 11835, Egypt; and Micro-Sensor Laboratory, Mechanical Engineering Department, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, 75275, USA
Micro-Sensor Laboratory, Mechanical Engineering Department, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, 75275, USA cFaculty of Science (Girls), Chemistry Department, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt dFaculty of Science (Boys), Chemistry Department, Al-Azhar University, Cairo 11675, Egypt; *Corresponding Author: amir.ali@guc.edu.eg or arahmed@smu.edu; Tel.:+20-122-225-7086
 
  ABSTRACT  
In this paper, we present a new fabrication method for the whispering gallery mode (WGM) micro-sphere based electric field sensor that allows for longer time periods of sensitivity. Recently, a WGM-based photonic electric field sensor was proposed using a coupled dielectric microsphere-beam. The external electric field imposes an electrostriction force on the dielectric beam, deflecting it. The beam, in turn, compresses the sphere causing a shift in its WGM. As part of the fabrication process, the PDMS micro-beams and the spheres are curried at high-temperature (100oC) and subsequently poled by exposing to the strong external electric field (~8 MV/m) for two hours. The poling process allows for the deposition of surface charges thereby increasing the electrostriction effect. This methodology is called curing-then-poling (CTP). Although the sensors do become sufficiently sensitive to an electric field, they start de-poling after a short period (within ~ 10 minutes) after poling, hence losing sensitivity. In an attempt to mitigate this problem and to lock the polarization for a longer period, we use an alternate methodology whereby the beam is poled and cured simultaneously (curing-while-poling or CWP). The new fabrication method allows for the retention of polarization (and hence, sensitivity to the electric field) longer (~ 1500 minutes). An analysis is carried out along with preliminary experiments. Results show that electric fields as small as ~ 100 V/m can be detected with a 300 mm diameter sphere sensor a day after poling.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Analytical Chemistry and its applications .::. Invited Lecture
24
Wed: 01-04-2020 Hall[A] Oral - Sec16 ( 1 )  
09:00 : 09:30
 
CHEM-ANA - 1 EG Prof. mohamed A Zayed mazayed429@yahoo.com
 
309
  Analytical Studies on Maleanilinic Acid and Its Derivatives via their Reactions with Some Inorganic and Organic Reagents  
  M.A. Zayed  
 
Chemistry Department, Faculty of Science, Cairo University
 
  ABSTRACT  
ABSTRACT In present work N-maleanilic acids derivatives were prepared by solvent; which free reaction between maleic anhydride and aniline derivatives at room temperature in a good yield. They were investigated using Elemental Analysis (EA),FT-IR, thermal analyses (TA) measurements (TGA/DTG and DTA) in comparison with mass spectral (MS) fragmentation at 70 eV. The results were obtained correlated with the theoretical data of MOC’s by DFT-B3LYP method and HF with 6- 311++G(d,p)basis set with 6-311G(d) basis set, respectively to confirm the proposed structures of derivatives . The spectrophotometric method has been developed through the reaction of derivatives with ninhydrin reagent; which successfully applied for the determination the percent purity of these compounds that confirmed by percent recovery. Also these derivatives can be used as selective chromogenic analytes for spectrophotometric analysis of heavy metal cations in water samples. Simple, accurate, precise, sensitive and pH-selective visible spectrophotometric method had been developed and validated for the direct determination of iron (III) and chromium (III) in pure and/ or environmental samples. These selected indicators are successfully applied for the analysis of Fe (III) and Cr (III) in water samples collected from regional wells in El-Beheira governorate. The obtained results are compared with atomic absorption data of these metal cations in the same wells water. It indicates great correlation between the two techniques. This correlation refers to the validation of the suggested spectrophotometric procedures in environmental analysis. These indicators are also tested against some kinds of bacteria, fungi and cancer cells. They exhibited a high biological activity against different kinds of bacteria. The obtained results show that, the derivatives are highly effective against Hepatocellular carcinoma cells > Breast carcinoma cells > colon carcinoma cells. It is now recognized, that cancer cells over expression promotes tumorigenic functions; which can be suppressed by p-NMA > p-MMA > p-FMA > p-MOMA > p-ClMA inhibitors.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Analytical Chemistry and its applications .::. Invited Lecture
25
Wed: 01-04-2020 Hall[A] Oral - Sec26 ( 1 )  
12:30 : 01:00
 
CHEM-ANA - 3 EG Prof. ا.د.يسرى مصطفى عيسى il10@iscaz.net
 
309
  Ion-Selective Electrodes @ Our Laboratory  
  Prof. Dr. Yousry Moustafa Issa (D. Sc.)  
 
Professor of Analytical Chemistry, Chemistry Department, Faculty of Science, Cairo University
 
  ABSTRACT  
This presentation deals with the story and success of ion-selective electrodes in our laboratory in Chemistry Department-Faculty of Science-Cairo University, Giza, Egypt. How did it start? Who started this discipline? (Three musketeers with the theme, Unus pro omnibus, omnes pro uno, “One for all, all for one“) The achievement made by the group of analytical chemistry and the success made during more than 30 years. 101 Publications, 15 M. Sc. and 14 Ph. D. theses were the final results. Our work was based on using a plastic membrane (PVC), chemically modified carbon paste, coated wire, and screen-printed electrodes.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Mathematics and its applications
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MATH - 17 EG Mr. Ahmed Alsaban alsabanaab@gmail.com
 
309
  Distributed control for non-cooperative systems under conjugation conditions. A complicated thin inclusion case  
  H. M. Serag , L. M. Abd-Elrhman , A. A. Alsaban  
 
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, (for boys), Al-Azhar University, Nasr City (1554), Cairo, Egypt.
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, (for girls), Al-Azhar University, Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt.
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Ibb University, Ibb, Yemen.
 
  ABSTRACT  
Under conjugation conditions (a complicated thin inclusion case) The distributed control for 2x2 non-cooperative elliptic systems involving Laplace operator are considered. First, the existence and uniqueness of the state for Dirichlet problem is proved,then the set of equations and inequalities which necessary for optimality that characterizes the distributed control of these systems is obtained.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Mathematics and its applications
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MATH - 18 EG Dr. Taha Abdel Wahid taha_zakaraia@yahoo.com
 
309
  The Unsteady Kinetic Couette Flow of Gaseous Plasma Between Two Coaxial Rotating Rigid Circular Cylinders.  
  Taha Zakaraia Abdel Wahid , Ibrahim E. Ibrahim  
 
Department of Mathematics & Computer Science, Faculty of Science, Menoufia University, Shebeen El-Koom 32511, Egypt.
Department of Mathematics & Computer Science, Faculty of Science, Menoufia University, Shebeen El-Koom 32511, Egypt.
 
  ABSTRACT  
A kinetic theory treatment of the Couette flow of gaseous plasma between two coaxial rotating circular rigid cylinders is considered. The BGK (Bhatnagar-Gross-Krook) kinetic model is solved using the small parameters perturbation method coupled with the moments' method with a two-stream Maxwellian distribution function. The initial-boundary value problem of the Couette flow problem applied to the plasma (positive ions + electrons+ neutral atoms), confined between two rotating cylinders, is solved. The effect of the collisions of the electrons with other electrons, with positive ions, and with neutral atoms is taken into consideration, which was ignored in previous similar papers for the sake of facilitation. Thus, we will have three-collision terms (electron-electron, electron-ion, electron-neutral atoms) instead of one term, as was studied before. Those collision terms are needed to acquire the real physical situation. The new procedures will increase the ability of the research applications. The relations between the various macroscopic properties of the plasma gas, such as the velocity, shear stress, viscosity coefficient, magnetic, and electric induced fields, are investigated. The irreversible thermodynamics properties of the entire system are presented. The entropy, entropy flux, entropy production, kinetic coefficients, and thermodynamic forces are estimated. Our model coincided with Boltzmann H-theorem, the second law of thermodynamics, and Onsager's reciprocity relation. The various participation in the internal energy change of the entire system was introduced.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Mathematics and its applications
28
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec05 ( 2 )  
10:30 : 10:45
 
MATH - 6 EG Ms. Rabab Ahmed rabab1993ahmed@gmail.com
 
309
  Peristaltic motion of tangent hyperbolic fluid with couple stresses and heat and mass transfer through a porous media under the effect of magnetic field.  
  N. T. Eldabe , K. A. Kamel , S. F. Ramadan  
 
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Education, Ain Shams University, Heliopolis, Cairo, Egypt.
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science (Girls), Al-Azhar University, Nasr-City, Cairo, Egypt.
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science (Girls), Al-Azhar University, Nasr-City, Cairo, Egypt.
 
  ABSTRACT  
The effects of heat absorption, chemical reaction and magnetic field on peristaltic transport of non-Newtonian tangent hyperbolic fluid with coupled stresses through porous medium inside asymmetric channel are investigated. The system is stressed by an external uniform magnetic field and the Soret and Dufour effects are considered .This phenomenon is modulated mathematically by a system of non-liner partial differential equations which govern the velocity, temperature and concentration of the fluid .This system is solved numerically subjected to an approbate boundary conditions using A Rung-Kutta-Merson method under assumption the long wave length and low Reynolds number. The velocity, temperature and concentration of the fluid are obtained as a function of the physical parameters of the problem. The effects of these parameters on these distributions are discussed numerically and illustrated graphically through a set of figures. It is found that these parameters play an important rule on these distributions.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Mathematics and its applications
29
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec05 ( 3 )  
10:45 : 11:00
 
MATH - 2 EG Dr. Taha Abdel Wahid taha_zakaraia@yahoo.com
 
309
  Exact Analytical Solution of BGK Kinetic Equation for a Heat Transfer in a Neutral Gas Confined Between Two Parallel Plates and Influenced by Non-linear Thermal Radiation and Strong Centrifugal Fields.  
  Taha Zakaraia Abdel Wahid , Fatama M. El-Malky  
 
Assistant Professor, Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Menofia University, Shebin El-Kom 32511, Egypt.
Assistant Professor, Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University for Girls, Nasr City- Cairo 11471, Egypt.
 
  ABSTRACT  
In the framework of the irreversible thermodynamics, the heat transfer problem for a rarefied gas confined between two parallel rigid porous plates in the presence of a strong centrifugal field and non-linear thermal radiation fields is investigated. The Bhatnager-Gross-Krook (BGK) model of the Boltzmann nonlinear partial differential equation is solved. The moment method is used to follow the behavior of the macroscopic properties of the gas, between the two parallel pours plane plates, such as the temperature and concentration. The entropy, entropy production, entropy flux, thermodynamic forces, and kinetic coefficients are calculated. The Boltzmann H-theorem for non-equilibrium thermodynamic properties of the system is verified. The distinction and comparisons between the perturbed and the equilibrium velocity distribution functions are illustrated. The ratios between the different contributions of the internal energy changes, based upon the total derivatives of the extensive parameters, are estimated via the Gibbs formula. The results are applied to the UF6 gas in the Uranium enrichment process. 3D-Graphics illustrating the calculated variables are drawn to predict their behavior and the results are discussed.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Mathematics and its applications
30
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec05 ( 3 )  
11:00 : 11:15
 
MATH - 7 EG Ms. Hadeer Azzam ha.azzam2@gmail.com
 
309
  Peristaltic transport of Jeffry Nano-fluid with Heat and Mass transfer through non- porous meduim under the effect of heat Absorption and Chemical reaction.Darcy  
  Nabil T. M. Eldabe , Afaf A. Zaghrout , Shaimaa F. Ramadan , Hadeer A. Azzam  
 
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Education. Ain Shams university
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of science( girls), Al-Azhar university
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of science( girls), Al-Azhar university
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of science( girls), Al-Azhar university
 
  ABSTRACT  
The present paper study the peristaltic flow of non-Newtonian Jeffry Nano-fluid in a horizontal channel of flexible walls through non-darcy porous medium. The effects of non-darcy parameter, non-Newtonian parameter,heat absorption and chemical reaction in the presence of magnetic field have been reported. The governing equations are formulated and simplified under the assumption of long wave length and low Renolds number. The system of equations are solved numerically by using Rung-Kutta-Merson method with Newtonian itreation in a shooting and matching technique. The velocity, temperature and concentration distributions are obtained as a function of the physical parameters of the problem. Finally, the influences of various parameters on these distributions have been discussed numerically and explained graphically through a set of figures. Its seen that the physical parameters plays an important roles to improve the obtained solutions,so, we can control them. So for example the effects of the non-darcy parameter increases the velocity.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Mathematics and its applications
31
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec10 ( 2 )  
12:00 : 12:15
 
MATH - 1 EG Ms. Manar Omran omranmanar900@yahoo.com
 
309
  An Application of Fuzzy Matrices  
  Manar Omran  
 
omranmanar900@yahoo.com
 
  ABSTRACT  
Fuzzy set theory plays an important role in real life and engineering problems. There are many model involving fuzzy matrices to deal with different complicated aspects. Sanchez formulated the models involving fuzzy matrices representing the knowledge. In this paper, we applied concepts from fuzzy set theory to information system; the approach used fuzzy matrices to make suitable decisions with degree.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Mathematics and its applications
32
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec10 ( 3 )  
12:15 : 12:30
 
MATH - 3 EG Dr. Taha Abdel Wahid taha_zakaraia@yahoo.com
 
309
  On The Exact Analytical Solution of The Kinetic Equation with New Collision Frequency Model for a Gas Mixture Confined Between Two Parallel Plates and Influenced by Non-linear Thermal Radiation and Strong Centrifugal Fields.  
  Taha Zakaraia Abdel Wahid  
 
Assistant Professor, Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Menofia University, Shebin El-Kom 32511, Egypt.
 
  ABSTRACT  
In the framework of the irreversible thermodynamics, the heat transfer problem for a rarefied gas mixture confined between two parallel rigid plates in the presence of a strong centrifugal field and non-linear thermal radiation fields is investigated. A new collision frequency model of the Boltzmann nonlinear partial differential equation is presented for the first time. The verification of all conservation laws, second law o thermodynamic and Boltzmann H-theorem are proved for the new model. The facility and properties introduced by the new model are discussed. The moment method is used to follow the behavior of the macroscopic properties of the gas, between the two parallel plane plates, such as temperature and concentration. All irreversible thermodynamic variables are calculated. The distinction and comparisons between the perturbed and the equilibrium velocity distribution functions are illustrated. The ratios between the different contributions of the internal energy changes are obtained. The results are applied to the UF6 gas in the Uranium enrichment process. 3D-Graphics illustrating the calculated variables are drawn to predict their behavior and the results are discussed.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Mathematics and its applications
33
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec10 ( 4 )  
12:30 : 12:45
 
MATH - 9 EG Dr. Reda Gamal redagamal@azhar.edu.eg
 
309
  On an integro-differential equation of arbitrary (fractional) orders with nonlocal integral and m point boundary conditions  
  H. El-Owaidy , A. M. A. El-Sayed , Reda Gamal Ahmed  
 
Al-Azhar University
Alexandria University
Al-Azhar University
 
  ABSTRACT  
In this paper, we study the existence and uniqueness of solutions for an integro-differential equation of arbitrary (fractional) orders with nonlocal integral and m point boundary conditions, continuous dependence of the solution on functional equation also will be study. An examples to prove main results.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Mathematics and its applications
34
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec10 ( 5 )  
12:45 : 01:00
 
MATH - 10 EG Ms. Zeinab Mohammed zeinabmahran88@yahoo.com
 
309
  L(3,2,1)- labeling Algorithm on Permutation Graphs  
  Habiba El-Zohny , Safaa Radwan , Seham Ibrahim , Zeinab Mohammed  
 
Faculty of science, Al-Azhar university,Cairo,Egypt
Faculty of science, Al-Azhar university,Cairo,Egypt
Faculty of science, Al-Azhar university,Cairo,Egypt
Faculty of science, Al-Azhar university,Cairo,Egypt
 
  ABSTRACT  
L(3,2,1)- labeling of a graph G=(V,E) is an assignment of non- negative integers {0,1,2,………….,λ} to the set of vertices of G such that for any two vertices x and y, we have |f(x)-f(y)|≥3 if d(x,y)=1, |f(x)-f(y)|≥2 if d(x,y)=2 and |f(x)-f(y)|≥1 if d(x,y)=3, where d(x,y) represents the minimum number of edges along the path from x to y. In this article, L(3,2,1)- labeling on permutation graphs is defined with an upper bound of L(3,2,1)- labeling number denoted by λ_3,2,1 (G) equals 3(n-1), where n is the number of vertices of G. Also algorithms to L(3,2,1)- labeling of the permutation graph has O(n^2) time complexity are designed. The upper bound for λ_3,2,1 (G) if G is a complete permutation graph is 3∆ according to algorithm 1, and 3∆+1 according to algorithm 2 where ∆ is the maximum degree of the vertices of G.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Mathematics and its applications
35
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec15 ( 1 )  
01:30 : 01:45
 
MATH - 11 EG Dr. Ahmed El-Deeb Ahmedeldeeb@azhar.edu.eg
 
309
  On some reverse dynamic inequalities of Hardy-type on time scales  
  A. A. El-Deeb  
 
Al-Azhar University, Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics
 
  ABSTRACT  
In this article, we will obtain some new reverse dynamic inequalities of Hardy-type on time scales. The main results will be derived using Fubini’s theorem and the chain rule on time scales. We will apply the main results to the continuous and discrete cases to obtain new integral and discrete inequalities of Hardy-type.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Mathematics and its applications
36
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec15 ( 2 )  
01:45 : 02:00
 
MATH - 12 EG Dr. Ahmed Fathy afa_math@yahoo.com
 
309
  Another Generalization of Contra Continuity Via Lambda-Closed Sets  
  Arafa. A. Nasef , A. Fathy  
 
1Department of Physics and Engineering Mathematics, Faculty of Engineering , Kafrelsheikh University.
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University.
 
  ABSTRACT  
The notion of Lambda-closed set was introduced by Rajesh [1]. In this paper, we introduce the notion of a contra Lambda-continuous map and discuss some of its basic properties. Also, we introduce the notions of Lambda-T2 and Lambda-connected spaces and discuss some of their basic properties. On the other hand, we introduce and investigate the Lambda-closed sets in the product space.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Mathematics and its applications
37
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec15 ( 3 )  
02:00 : 02:15
 
MATH - 13 EG Dr. Ahmed Fathy afa_math@yahoo.com
 
309
  A New Collection of Contra Continuity Via Ideals  
  Arafa. A. Nasef , A. Fathy  
 
Department of Physics and Engineering Mathematics, Faculty of Engineering , Kafrelsheikh University.
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University.
 
  ABSTRACT  
In this paper, we apply the notion of Gamma I-open sets in the ideal topological spaces to introduce and study the notion of contra Gamma I-continuous maps.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Mathematics and its applications
38
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec15 ( 4 )  
02:15 : 02:30
 
MATH - 14 EG Dr. Youssra Ali uosraali@azhar.edu.eg
 
309
  Epidemic Model with Vaccination and Nonlinear Incidence Rate  
  Prof. Afaf Abolfotouh Zaghrout , Dr. Youssra Sami Ahmed Ali , Doaa Khalil Elpagouri  
 
Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science (Girls), Al-Azhar University
Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science (Girls), Al-Azhar University
Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science (Girls), Al-Azhar University
 
  ABSTRACT  
In this paper we formulated an SEIV (Susceptible, Exposed, Infected, and Vaccinated individuals) epidemic model with nonlinear incidence rate (that spread in the host population horizontally), which describes the psychological effect of certain serious diseases on the community and waning preventive vaccine. First, we investigated formula to determine the Basic Reproduction Number R_0 of the disease free equilibrium and simulated it. We discussed the stability conditions for the infected equilibrium points. Our results show that the value of R_0completely determines the stability behaviour of the disease-free equilibrium point. We proved that it is globally asymptotically stable. We also found, studied and analyzed the epidemic free equilibrium. The result of this analysis was simulated using MATHLAB and we observed that it is stable on probability points of the vaccine waning period 2.0 down to 1.1 and unstable on the point 1.0, which is when the vaccine efficacy decreases the stability of the model also decrease. Finally, we showed some numerical results for the proposed model.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Mathematics and its applications
39
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec15 ( 5 )  
02:30 : 03:00
 
MATH - 15 EG Dr. Youssra Ali uosraali@azhar.edu.eg
 
309
  Epidemic model with nonlinear incidence rate and three-infectious individual classes  
  Prof. Afaf Abolfotouh Zaghrout , Dr. Youssra Sami Ahmed Ali , Nadra Samir Abdelhameed  
 
Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science (Girls), Al-Azhar University
Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science (Girls), Al-Azhar University
Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science (Girls), Al-Azhar University
 
  ABSTRACT  
In this paper we formulate the epidemic model that describes the dynamics of the spread of infectious transmission in the host population. This epidemic model combines three classes of infectious individuals with different infectivity and the nonlinear incidence rate. We investigated the basic reproductions number. We found that this model has two equilibrium points, one of them is free-equilibrium point and the other is endemic equilibrium point. By analyzing the existence and stability of the equilibria, we observed that the disease-free equilibrium is globally asymptotically stable when the basic reproduction number R_0 is less than or equal unity, that is the disease dies out. While the endemic equilibrium point is locally asymptotically stable when the reproduction number is more than unity. The local and global stability for all possible equilibria are carried out with the help of Lyapunov function and LaSalle’s invariant principle. The global stability of the endemic equilibrium is dicussed.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Mathematics and its applications
40
TUE: 31-03-2020 Main Hall Poster - Sec 01 ( 1 )  
03:00 : 03:30
 
MATH - 16 EG Prof. Taha Sultan tahasultanmath@gmail.com
 
309
  Some Generating Functions for Bessel Function by Using Lie Theoretic Method  
  T. I. Sultan  
 
Math. Dept., Fac. of Sc., Al-Azhar University, Nasr City (11884), Cairo, Egypt
 
  ABSTRACT  
This paper is an attempt is made to obtain Generating functions of modified Bessel Function. We can find number of generating functions for various special function and orthogonal polynomials by the application of group-theoretic method introduced by Louis Weisner. The process may also lead to some new generating functions for corresponding special functions. Bessel function and orthogonal polynomials have special importance in engineering, sciences and constitute good model for many systems in various fields.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Mathematics and its applications
41
TUE: 31-03-2020 Main Hall Poster - Sec 01 ( 2 )  
03:00 : 03:30
 
MATH - 8 EG Dr. Nasser Alsherbiny nasserelsherbeny@yahoo.com
 
309
  A CONVEX MINIMUM FUZZY COST FLOW PROBLEM WITH FUZZY TIME WINDOWS  
  Nasser A. El-Sherbeny  
 
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt
 
  ABSTRACT  
The Minimum Cost Flow Problem (MCFP) is one of the classic combinatorial optimization and an NP-hard problem with many applications in logistic networks and communication networks. In this paper, we present a new version of the Minimum Cost Flow Problem (MCFP). This version is a Convex Minimum Fuzzy Cost Flow Problem with Fuzzy Time- Windows (CMFCFPFTW). Given a directed graph G=(V.E), where V is a set of vertices, E is a set of edges. Each vertex v_i∈V has a fuzzy time-window [a ̃_(v_i ).b ̃_(v_i ) ]. Each edge e_(v_i v_j )=(v_i.v_j )∈E is associated with three non-negative parameters: a fuzzy capacity u ̃_(〖v_i v〗_j ), an arbitrary transit fuzzy cost c ̃_(〖v_i v〗_j ) and a transit fuzzy time t ̃_(〖v_i v〗_j )∈(T.) ̃ i≠j;i.j=1.….n. In this version, we derive the optimality conditions for minimizing convex fuzzy cost functions which satisfy a condition of the fuzzy time-windows, and devise an algorithm based on the primal-dual algorithm commonly used in linear programming. The proposed algorithm minimizes the total convex fuzzy cost of a fuzzy flow by incrementing the network fuzzy flow along augmenting paths of minimum fuzzy cost from the source vertex s to the sink vertex ρ.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Statistics and its applications
42
Wed: 01-04-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec20 ( 1 )  
09:00 : 09:10
 
STA - 1 SA Dr. Mahmoud Bakr mah8800@hotmail.com
 
309
  Non Parametric Testing for NBU (2) class of life distribution  
  A.M. Gadallah , B. I. Mohammed , M.E. Bakr  
 
Department of Basic Science, Thebes Higher Institute for Engineering, Cairo, Egypt
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Jeddah University, 2749 Asfan Rd., Jeddah 21589, Saudi Arabia & Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egyp
Dept. of Statistics and Operation Research, College of Science, King Saud University, P.O. Box 2455, Riyadh 11451, Saudi Arabia
 
  ABSTRACT  
Testing exponentiality based on Laplace transform technique is investigated in last two decades, using this technique we introduce a new test for NBU (2) Class of life distribution. Pitman’s asymptotic efficiencies of this test are calculated and compared with other tests. The percentiles and powers are tabulated for censored and non-censored data. Finally, examples in different areas are used as practical applications of the proposed test.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Statistics and its applications
43
Wed: 01-04-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec20 ( 2 )  
09:10 : 09:20
 
STA - 2 EG Dr. Rashad EL-Sagheer Rashadmath@yahoo.com
 
309
  Bayesian Estimations Based on Joint Type-II Progressive Censoring for Three-Parameter Burr XII Distribution  
  Rashad M. EL-Sagheer , Mohamed A. W. Mahmoud , Mustafa M. Hasaballah  
 
Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Nasr City 11884, Cairo, Egypt
Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Nasr City 11884, Cairo, Egypt
Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Nasr City 11884, Cairo, Egypt
 
  ABSTRACT  
In this paper point and interval estimations for the three-parameter Burr XII distribution based on joint progressive Type-II censoring scheme are obtained. The maximum likelihood, Bayes and parametric bootstrap methods are used to obtain point estimations for the two distribution parameters. Furthermore, the approximate confidence intervals, four bootstrap confidence intervals and credible intervals of the estimators have been got. The results of Bayes estimators are computed under the squared error loss and linear exponential loss functions using Markov chain Monte Carlo method. Gibbs within Metropolis-Hasting algorithm is applied to generate Markov chain Monte Carlo samples from the posterior density functions. A real data set is used to illustrate the proposed methods. Finally, we carry out a simulation study to compare the performances of the different methods.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Statistics and its applications
44
Wed: 01-04-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec20 ( 3 )  
09:20 : 09:30
 
STA - 3 SA Assoc.Prof. Mahmoud Ragab mragab@kau.edu.sa
 
309
  Modelling and Performance Analysis of a Big Data Sorting Algorithm  
  Mahmoud Ragab , Amin Y. Noaman  
 
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt
Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Computing and Information Technology, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
 
  ABSTRACT  
Sorting a list of unsorted data is one of the most important problems playing an important rule in many application areas as operations research and computer science. Many sorting algorithms are well-studied but the problem is not to find a way or algorithm to sort elements, but to find an efficient way to sort elements. The output is a stream of data in time. We are interested in this flow of data. For the performance of such algorithms, there has been little research on their stochastic behavior and mathematical properties. In this work we study the mathematical behavior of some different versions sorting algorithms that based on. Using a probabilistic approach, we also discuss the corresponding running time for different strategies like the weighted branching process . Finally we show the existence and the convergence of the related stochastic processes.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Statistics and its applications
45
Wed: 01-04-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec20 ( 4 )  
09:30 : 09:40
 
STA - 4 EG Dr. Rashad EL-Sagheer Rashadmath@yahoo.com
 
309
  The Efficacy Measurement of Treatment Methods: An Application to Stress-Strength Model with Kumaraswamy Exponential Distribution  
  Rashad M. EL-Sagheer , Mahmoud M. M. Mansour  
 
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Nasr City (11884), Cairo, Egypt
Department of Basic Science, Faculty of Engineering, The British University in Egypt, El Sherouk City, Cairo, Egypt
 
  ABSTRACT  
The point at issue of this paper is two different treatment methods were used to treat the cystic fibrosis disease for two groups of patients and a statistical tool must be used to compare and investigate the efficacy of the two methods. The stress-strength model is used in a parametric form to compare the efficacy of the two treatment methods. Since, the available data in most clinical situations are censored,the stress-strength model is studied in presence of progressively Type II censored data. The kumaraswamy exponential (Kw-E) distribution is used as a parametric form for the stress-strength model. The statistical inference of the stress-strength reliability R = P[Y < X]is performed when X and Y are independent random variables and follow the Kw-E distribution.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Statistics and its applications
46
Wed: 01-04-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec20 ( 5 )  
09:40 : 09:50
 
STA - 5 EG Mr. Shaaban Abu-Youssef abuyousf@hotmail.com
 
309
  Used Better than Aged in mgf Ordering Class of Life Distribution with Application of Hypothesis Testing  
  S.E. Abu-Youssefa , Nahed S. A. Ali , M.E. Bakr  
 
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Education, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt
Department of Basic Science; Egyptian Academy for Engineering and Modern Technology, Cairo; Egypt.
 
  ABSTRACT  
In this work a new class of life distributions, namely used better than aged in moment generating function (UBAmgf) class of life distribution is introduced, Relations of this aging to other well-known aging classes and their applications to a shock model are discussed. Preservations of this aging concept under some reliability operations are also given. Testing exponentiality versus (UBAmgf) class of life distribution is proposed. Pitman's asymptotic efficiencies of the test are calculated and compared with other tests. The percentiles of this test statistic are tabulated.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Statistics and its applications
47
Wed: 01-04-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec20 ( 6 )  
09:50 : 10:00
 
STA - 6 EG Ms. Asmaa Abdelraouf asmaaeltoony@yahoo.com
 
309
  Testing Of UBAC(2) Class Of Life Distributions Based On TTT - Transform  
  S. E. Abu-Youssef , N. S. A. Ali , A. A. El-Toony  
 
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Al- Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Education, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Helwan University, Cairo, Egypt
 
  ABSTRACT  
In this paper, a new test statistic for testing exponentiality against used better than aged in increasing concave ordering UBAC(2) is constructed based on total time on test (TTT)-Transform. Critical values are tabulated for sample size n = 10(5)100. The power of the test is estimated for some commonly used distributions in reliability. Finally, medical applications for real data are proposed to illustrate the theoretical results.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Computer Science and its applications
48
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CSC - 12 EG Mr. Dahey Anem Aadahey@gmail.com
 
309
  The errors in the german-to-arabic text AtS with APES and ARS  
  Reda hussin abo elez , Mohamed fared zaphlol , Mohamed abo kresha , Ahmad el mahdy , Eng. Dahey gaber anem  
 
Professional in computer and system engineering
Professional in computer and system engineering
Ass. Prof . In faculty of science
Ass prof Professional in computer and system engineering
Eng. In computer and system engineering
 
  ABSTRACT  
The classification of errors in arabic text
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Computer Science and its applications
49
Wed: 01-04-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec25 ( 1 )  
10:30 : 10:40
 
CSC - 1 EG Assoc.Prof. Abeer S. Desuky abeerdesuky@azhar.edu.eg
 
309
  Boosted crossover for imbalanced medical datasets  
  Abeer S. Desuky  
 
Prof. Assoc. in Math. Dept., Faculty of sciences Al-Azhar University
 
  ABSTRACT  
Due to the common use of electronic health databases in many healthcare services, healthcare data are available for classification researches in order to improve the quality of diseases diagnosis more efficiently. However, classification of healthcare-medical data is challenging because it is often imbalanced data. Most proposed algorithms are susceptible to classify the samples into the majority class, resulting in the insufficient prediction of minority class. In this paper, a preprocessing method is proposed, using boosted crossover to optimize the ratio of the two classes by progressively rebuilding the training dataset. This novel method is shown to give better performance than the existing popular methods.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Computer Science and its applications
50
Wed: 01-04-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec25 ( 2 )  
10:40 : 10:50
 
CSC - 2 EG Mr. Gaber Abutaleb gaber.elsaid.abutaleb@gmail.com
 
309
  A Comparative Study Among the Main Categories of NoSQL Databases  
  Prof.Dr. Kamal ElDahshan , Dr. AbdAllah A. AlHabshy , Mr. Gaber Elsayed Abutaleb  
 
Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, 11884, Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt
Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, 11884, Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt
Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, 11884, Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt .
 
  ABSTRACT  
A relational database is usually used to store and retrieve data. It is suitable when the volume of data is limited, but when it comes to big data, we need to use NoSQL (Not only SQL) databases; NoSQL databases were created to interact with large amounts of data. NoSQL databases provide many features such as scalability, availability, replication models, file sharing and schema-free. The main purpose of this paper is to present a comparative study of the five main categories of NoSQL databases. Namely, key-value stores, document stores, column family stores, graph stores databases, and object store NoSQL systems. Also, it mentions the famous database management systems for each one of these five categories. The comparison criteria used are performance, scalability, flexibility, complexity, and functionality. Moreover, this paper presents an overview of big data concepts. It briefly discusses the SQL databases versus NoSQL databases in terms of their high-level characteristics. Furthermore, this paper emphasizes the advantages and disadvantages of NoSQL databases. It illustrates the query languages in both SQL and NoSQL databases and represents the most common uses for each category to help users choose the most convenient DBMS for their organization.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Computer Science and its applications
51
Wed: 01-04-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec25 ( 3 )  
10:50 : 11:00
 
CSC - 3 EG Ms. esraa alaa esraa.mahareek@azhar.edu.eg
 
309
  Comparative study Using Simulated Annealing Optimization Technique For Student Performance Prediction  
  Esraa A. Mahareek , Assoc.Prof. Abeer S. Desuky , Prof.Dr. Habiba Abdullah El-Zhni  
 
demonstrator in Math. Dept., Faculty of sciences, Al-Azhar University
Prof. Assoc. in Math. Dept., Faculty of sciences Al-Azhar University
Emeritus Professor in Faculty of Science (Girls) Department of Mathematics Al-Azhar University
 
  ABSTRACT  
Understanding university students' performance and identifying factors that affect it. This issues are very important for educational institutions, educators, and students. To extract some meaningful information from these large volumes of data, academic organizations have to mine the data. For our comparative Process, we use three different datasets after the selection we preprocessed on the data, cleaned, and filtered the datasets, then we apply support vector machine(SVM) and compare the results with hybrid between it and simulated annealing optimization technique.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Computer Science and its applications
52
Wed: 01-04-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec25 ( 4 )  
11:00 : 11:10
 
CSC - 4 EG Mr. Eslam Mofreh eslammofreh@yahoo.com
 
309
  Video Semantics Exploration for Indexing and Retrieval استكشاف الفيديو دلالياً للفهرسة والإسترجاع  
  Kamal ElDahshan , Hesham Farouk , Amr Abozeid , Eslam Mofreh  
 
Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Nasr City, Cairo
Electronic Research Institute, Nozha, Cairo
Faculty of Science, Al Azhar University, Nasr City, Cairo
Faculty of Science, Al Azhar University, Nasr City, Cairo
 
  ABSTRACT  
Video semantic concepts exploration is a fundamental problem in a video indexing and retrieval. It has a long history of investigation since early days till recent achieved works. The challenges lie in bridging the gap between low level features and semantic level ones. To stand on the thoroughly situation, video semantic concepts exploration for indexing and retrieval purposes evolution from conventional methods to the state-of-the-art ones will be reviewed. The main contribution is to unify concepts involved and evolution in this interesting topic.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Computer Science and its applications
53
Wed: 01-04-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec25 ( 5 )  
11:10 : 11:20
 
CSC - 9 EG Assoc.Prof. Asaad Ahmed asaadgad@azhar.edu.eg
 
309
  Data and Task Management in ubiquitous computing environments: Review and Challenges  
  Ahmed. A. A. Gad-ElRab , M. S. Farag , T. A. A. Alzohairy , S. A. Yousef , Belal Z.Hassan  
 
Vice Presidency for Development, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (Home Address:Department of Mathematics Faculty of Science Al-Azhar University - Cairo, Egypt)
Department of Mathematics Faculty of Science Al-Azhar University - Cairo, Egypt
Department of Mathematics Faculty of Science Al-Azhar University - Cairo, Egypt
Department of Mathematics Faculty of Science Al-Azhar University - Cairo, Egypt
Department of Mathematics Faculty of Science Al-Azhar University - Cairo, Egypt
 
  ABSTRACT  
Currently, the human live is a world full of computing devices. By 2025; the number of smart device subscribers will reach 5.9 billion. Due to this increasing, computers are playing an ever-increasing role in people’s daily lives .As results, ubiquitous computing (UC) is a compelling vision for the future that is moving closer to realization at an accelerating pace. The key technologies that are required to make UC a reality is data and task management. Data lies at the heart of all UC applications, but these applications and environments impose new and challenging requirements for data and task management technologies. Most of the research and development activities in this area are focused on improving the devices themselves and on the technologies that are used in communications. For devices, the emphasis has been on improving functionality, while reducing size, cost, and power requirements. While, for communications, the emphasis has been on improving bandwidth and coverage, and on developing protocols that are more tolerant of the error and connectivity characteristics of wireless and mobile devices improved hardware and networking are clearly central to the development of UC, but an equally important and difficult set of challenges revolve around data and tasks management. In this paper, the key aspects of UC applications and environments from a data and task management perspective are identified. In addition, the challenges that face data and task management in UC environment such mobility, context awareness, collaboration will be described and discussed. Finally, some of existing solutions will be introduced in details.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Computer Science and its applications
54
Wed: 01-04-2020 Hall[E] Oral - Sec25 ( 6 )  
11:20 : 11:30
 
CSC - 10 EG Assoc.Prof. Asaad Ahmed asaadgad@azhar.edu.eg
 
309
  An Adaptive Data Fusion Scheme Using Graph Embedding in IoTs Environments  
  Ahmed. A. A. Gad-Elrab , Sawsan Mohammed Aziz , Heba F. Eid , Asmaa Mohamed fathy  
 
Vice Presidency for Development, King Abdul-Aziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, (Home address: Department of Mathematics,Faculty Of Science, Al-Azhar University Cairo, Egypt)
Department of Mathematics,Faculty Of Science, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt
Department of Mathematics,Faculty Of Science, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt
Department of Mathematics,Faculty Of Science, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt
 
  ABSTRACT  
Recently, Internet of things (IoTs) is used for developing smart systems and architectures. In IoTs, the objects can be equipped with capabilities for identifying, sensing, networking and processing that will allow them to interact over the Internet with each other and with other devices and services to achieve some objectives. These sensing devices can collect and manage heterogeneous data that exist in their surrounding environments. This collected heterogeneous data is very big and needs high cost to be processed and transferred to a cloud server or a controlling center. In this case, it is better to fuse data before processing and transferring processes. The main problem in this scenario is the data fusion problem in order to allow highly reliable, effective and accurate management for decision-making in IoTs environments. To solve this problem, this paper proposes a new data fusion scheme, which based on using embedding data graph. This graph represents the similarities among data items. Based on this graph the data items can be divided into different groups and each group will be fused to minimize the amount of transferred data and latency time of the collected data and the energy consumption by IoTs devices. The results of conducted simulations show that the proposed data fusion scheme can achieve a good performance in terms of energy consumption, latency time, and data fusion accuracy compared to non-fusion schemes.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Computer Science and its applications
55
Wed: 01-04-2020 Main Hall Poster - Sec 04 ( 7 )  
02:00 : 02:30
 
CSC - 5 EG Dr. Marwa Algamal eng.marwa.m.m@gmail.com
 
309
  An Ontology-based Arabic Named Entity Recognition System for NLP-Storytelling  
  Marwa Mohammed Mamdouh Elgamal , Prof. Dr. Reda Abo Elezz , Mohammad T. Abou-Kreisha , Prof. Dr. Salwa Hamada  
 
Faculty of Engineering, Systems & Computers Engineering Department, Al-Azhar University
Faculty of Engineering, Systems & Computers Engineering Department, Al-Azhar University
Faculty of Science,Mathematical Department , Al-Azhar University
Professor at National Research Institute, Cairo , Egypt
 
  ABSTRACT  
Background and challenges ontology is a representation model that defines domain knowledge with robust specifications that solve interoperability between human and machine. In this paper, we present an effective methodology for Arabic Storytelling ontology design and construction to extract domain ontology from unstructured Arabic story documents. Motivations however, the manual building of ontologies is difficult and time-consuming process but ontology construction and learning which extracts ontological knowledge from various forms of data automatically or semi-automatically, can overcome the bottleneck of knowledge acquisition. The objective of this paper is to investigate the problem of automatically construct and build Arabic storytelling ontology based on Arabic named entity recognition (NER) from unstructured story text. Approach this paper presents a system that designed based on Machine Learning (ML) approach. The system framework is a combination of five main stages: First stage is determining the requirement analysis. Second document pre-processing using natural language processing (NLP) tasks. The third, is Conceptualization. The fourth stage is formal design and construction, the final stage is evaluation.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Computer Science and its applications
56
Wed: 01-04-2020 Main Hall Poster - Sec 04 ( 8 )  
02:00 : 02:30
 
CSC - 6 EG Mr. Dahey Anem adahey@yahoo.com
 
309
  New Trends in Deep Learning Based automatic translation system (ATS)  
  Prof.Dr.Reda Houssine Abo Alez , Prof.Dr.Mohamed fared Zaglol , Mohammad T. Abou-Kreisha , Dr.Assoc.Prof.Ahmad Almahdy , Eng.Dahey Gaber anem  
 
Department of Systems Engineering and Computers,Faculty of Engineering,Al-Azhar University,egypt
Department of Systems Engineering and Computers,Faculty of Engineering,Al-Azhar University,egypt
Department of Mathematics,Faculty of science,Al-Azhar University,egypt
Department of Systems Engineering and Computers,Faculty of Engineering,Al-Azhar University,egypt
Department of Systems Engineering and Computers,Faculty of Engineering,Al-Azhar University,egypt
 
  ABSTRACT  
Deep learning offers a way to join a large amount of computation and data with little engineering by hand. With distributed representation, various deep models have become the new state-of-the-art methods for solving an automatic translation system (ATS) problem. In this paper, we investigate the problems of the distributed representation of deep learning models and methods that have been employed for many deep neural automatic translation systems (DNATS). We contribute two novel neural models for learning such representations. • For word-level representations, we propose Disambiguated Skip-gram (DSG): a neural network model for learning multi-sense word embedding. Representations learned by this model can be used in downstream tasks, like part-of-speech tagging or identification of semantic relations. • For document-level representations, we propose Binary Paragraph Vector (BPV): a neural network model for learning binary representations of text documents, which can be used for fast document translation. We provide a full evaluation of these models and demonstrate that they achieve the DNATS. We also report strong results in transfer learning settings, where our models are trained on a generic text corpus and then used to infer codes for documents from a domain-specific dataset.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Computer Science and its applications
57
Wed: 01-04-2020 Main Hall Poster - Sec 04 ( 9 )  
02:00 : 02:30
 
CSC - 7 EG Mr. eslam afify eslam.cv@gmail.com
 
309
  Performance Analysis Of Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) S-boxes  
  eng. Eslam wahba el said afify , Dr. Wageda I. El sobky , Dr. Abeer Twakol , Prof. Reda Abo Alez  
 
Department of Electrical, Faculty of Engineering,Benha University Benha
Department of Mathematics Faculty of Engineering,Benha University Benha
Department of Electrical, Faculty of Engineering,Benha University Benha
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering Faculty of Engineering, Al Azhar University Cairo
 
  ABSTRACT  
The analysis of performance criteria for different cryptographic algorithms has increasingly been concerned in the last few years and that is because the majority of life applications need cryptographic algorithms to be involved in their structure to provide security for these applications such as banking services, e-government, and online applications. The Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) algorithm is available in many different encryption packages, and is the first (and only) publicly accessible cipher approved by the National Security Agency (NSA),The Rijndael S-box is a substitution box (lookup table) S-Box plays a major role in the AES algorithm security. The strength of S-Box depends on the design and algebraic constructions. This paper provides an overview of Advanced Encryption Standard AES S-Box analysis, the paper finds that algebraic attack is the most security hole of AES S-Box, also give an idea about different previous research to improve the static S-boxes that has been used in AES, to enhance the strength of AES Performance by appalling the best S-box.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Computer Science and its applications
58
Wed: 01-04-2020 Main Hall Poster - Sec 04 ( 27 )  
02:00 : 02:30
 
CSC - 8 EG Mr. Dahey Anem adahey@yahoo.com
 
309
  Text translation and post-editing and revision with Document Embedding  
  Prof.Dr.Reda Houssine Abo Alez , Prof.Dr.Mohamed fared Zaglol , Dr.Assoc.Prof.mohamad T.abou kreisha , Dr.Assoc.Prof.Ahmad Almahdy , Eng.Dahey Gaber anem  
 
Department of Systems Engineering and Computers,Faculty of Engineering,Al-Azhar University,egypt
Department of Systems Engineering and Computers,Faculty of Engineering,Al-Azhar University,egypt
Department of Mathematics,Faculty of science,Al-Azhar University,egypt
Department of Systems Engineering and Computers,Faculty of Engineering,Al-Azhar University,egypt
Department of Systems Engineering and Computers,Faculty of Engineering,Al-Azhar University,egypt
 
  ABSTRACT  
Distributed representations have gained a lot of interest in the Text translation and post-editing and revision public. In this paper, we propose a method to learn document embedding for text translation and post-editing and revision tasks. In our architecture, each document can be represented as a fine-grained representation of different meanings so that the Text translation and post-editing and revision can be done more accurately. The results of our experiments show that our method achieves better performances on our datasets.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Computer Science and its applications
59
Wed: 01-04-2020 Main Hall Poster - Sec 04 ( 28 )  
02:00 : 02:30
 
CSC - 11 EG Mr. Dahey Anem adahey@yahoo.com
 
309
  Statistical automatic translation system (SATS) versus Neural automatic translation system (NATS)  
  Prof.Dr.Reda Houssine Abo Alez , Prof.Dr.Mohamed fared Zaglol , Dr.Assoc.Prof.mohamad T.abou kreisha , Dr.Assoc.Prof.Ahmad Almahdy , Eng.Dahey Gaber anem  
 
Department of Systems Engineering and Computers,Faculty of Engineering,Al-Azhar University,egypt
Department of Systems Engineering and Computers,Faculty of Engineering,Al-Azhar University,egypt
Department of Mathematics,Faculty of science,Al-Azhar University,egypt
Department of Systems Engineering and Computers,Faculty of Engineering,Al-Azhar University,egypt
Department of Systems Engineering and Computers,Faculty of Engineering,Al-Azhar University,egypt
 
  ABSTRACT  
In this paper, we provide a comparison of the Statistical automatic translation system (SATS) and neural machine translation (NATS) for German to Arabic (GR-AR) in the fixed field. We discuss the challenges for SATS and NATS of a less-resourced language such as Arabic and show that while the NATS system may not cost equally as well as the SATS system, the future may still be hopeful for (GR-AR) NATS.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications
60
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[B] Oral - Sec02 ( 2 )  
10:30 : 10:40
 
GEO - 1 EG Dr. Mohamed Sakr mohamedsakr.88@azhar.edu.eg
 
309
  Treatment of Expansive Soil Using Industrial Waste Marble Powder of El Galala El Bahariya Plateau, North Eastern Desert, Egypt  
  Mohammad H. Awad , Ahmed M. Saad , Mohamed A. H. Sakr  
 
Prof. of sedimentary geology, faculty of science, Al-Azhar University
Prof. of engineering geology, faculty of science, Al-Azhar University
Lecturer of engineering geology, faculty of science, Al-Azhar University
 
  ABSTRACT  
The development of any country depends on the transportation facilities and construction projects. For the projects to be successful the foundation beds must be strong which requires better soil properties. In the current study swelling soils are stabilized with waste marble powder (WMP). The present study aims to enhance the swelling soil and study the influence of chemical stabilizer on cohesive soil to use a foundation layer. Waste marble powder was added to the soil with different percentages as 10%, 20%, 30% and 40% by weight of dry soil. Different laboratory tests have been performed on representative soil samples including, Atterberge limits, free swelling, swelling pressure, free swell index and swelling potential. This research was supported by mineralogical identification such as X-ray diffraction (XRD).The results indicate that the swelling pressure and swelling potential is reduced. Free swell index becomes zero by adding of waste marble powder, and this study recommends 30% replacement of WMP.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications
61
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[B] Oral - Sec02 ( 3 )  
10:40 : 10:50
 
GEO - 2 EG Dr. El Saeed Lasheen elsaeedlasheen@azhar.edu.eg
 
309
  Recent uranium mobilization of Late Neoproterozoic and assessment of heavy metals contamination indices, El Sela sheared granites, South Eastern Desert, Egypt  
  El Saeed Ramadan Lasheen , Nilly Ahmed Kawady  
 
Lecturer of Rocks and Minerals, Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Al Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt
Lecturer of Geochemical Exploration, Nuclear Materials Authority, Cairo, Egypt
 
  ABSTRACT  
El Sela sheared granites represent one of the promising U- mineralization in the southern part of the Eastern Desert, Egypt. The present work concerned in detailed with El Sela shear zone through ENE-WSW and NNW-SSE trends as perfect way for ascending hydrothermal solutions and meteoric water that led to leaching of uranium from its bearing minerals and redeposit them in the altered granites. The observed alterations were kaolinitization, albitization, silicification, chloritization and ferrugination, occasionally associated with visible secondary uranium mineralization. Th/U ratios were lower than the natural ratio, suggesting U enrichment (migration in). The radionuclides activities were determined for 238U, 235U, 234U, 230Th, 232Th, 226Ra, 214Bi, 214Pb, 210Pb and 40K, in El Sela sheared granites. Also, the activity ratios (ARs), 234U/238U, 230Th/238U, 230Th/234U, 226Ra/238U, 226Ra/230Th, 238U/235U and 234U/235U are calculated for the studied samples. 226Ra/230Th ratios in all samples were more than unity where 226Ra is in excess in these samples. 238U/235U activity ratios for the studied samples range from 20.99 to 22.4 with an average 21.69, suggested a little deviation from natural ratio (21.7). 234U/235U activity ratios range from 4.866 to 121.39 with an average 63.13, suggested migration out of uranium. Nowadays, heavy metals are considered as major pollutants of the environment, which impact air, waters, and soil and considered harmful for human and living organisms such as animals and plants. They were becoming one of the most critical environmental problems because of their toxic nature, even at low trace levels using the calculation pollution parameters, including enrichment factor (EF), index of geoaccumulation (Igeo) and contamination factor (CF).
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications
62
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[B] Oral - Sec02 ( 4 )  
10:50 : 11:00
 
GEO - 3 EG Dr. Mohamed Sakr mohamedsakr.88@azhar.edu.eg
 
309
  Integration of Sedimentological and Geotechnical Studies to Evaluate the Soil of Buraydah City, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia  
  Ahmed M Saad , Sherif M El Kholy , Mohamed A. H. Sakr , Osama El Shafaey  
 
Prof. of engineering geology, faculty of science, Al Azhar University
Prof. of civil engineering, faculty of engineering, Al Qassim University
Lecturer of engineering geology, faculty of science, Al-Azhar University
Geological engineer
 
  ABSTRACT  
This research involves sedimentological and geotechnical studies at Buraydah City Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The sedimentological study includes; grain size analysis, to evaluate the textural parameters and statistical measurements to describe the depositional pattern of the studied sediments in the area of study. The statistical parameters include; graphic mean size varying from (-1.7) to (0.44) with an average of (-0.63) and fall in the very coarse sand grade. The sorting (σI) ranges from (1.3 to (2.2 with an average (1.75 falling in the poorly sorted. The skewness (Sk) range from (-0.08) to (0.97 with an average of (0.45) reflecting strongly fine-skewed. The kurtosis (Kg) ranges between (0.57) to (2.2 with an average (1.39) proving leptokurtic. From relationships between different grain size parameters, it can be concluded that the study area deposited in river environment. Geotechnical investigation results of coarse grained soil at the foundation levels reveal that the values of uniformity coefficient extend from 3.21 to 14.7, the values of curvature coefficient range from 0.002 to 0.028. From direct shear test the ultimate bearing capacity values of the studied samples range from 888.0 kN/m2 to 1412.0 kN/m2 and elastic settlement from (5.40 cm) to (7.96 cm). The investigation results of fine grained soil at foundation levels reveal that the liquid limit (LL) values range from 25.3 to 54.0 %, plastic limit (PL) range from 19.2 to 28.0 %, plasticity index (PI) ranges from 4.4 to 26.0%, free swelling ranges from 35.0 to 58.0 %, PH ranges from 7.67 to 8.50, sulphate content ranges from 0.014 to 0.650 % and chloride content ranges from 0.012 to 0.419 %.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications
63
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[B] Oral - Sec02 ( 5 )  
11:00 : 11:10
 
GEO - 8 EG Dr. Diaa Saadawi deyaa_hafez@azhar.edu.eg
 
309
  Impact of geochemical characteristics on petrology, diagenesis and paleoenvironment of Paleozoic sandstones, southwestern Sinai, Egypt  
  Ibrahim A.M , Abdalla Soliman Alshami , Abayazeed, S. D. , Saadawy D. A.  
 
Al-Azhar of University, Faculty Science, Geology Department
Nuclear Material Authority – Egypt
Geological Science Department, National Research Center – Egypt
Al-Azhar of University, Faculty Science, Geology Department
 
  ABSTRACT  
The present study deals with Early and Late Paleozoic sandstones at Southwestern Sinai area East Abu Zenima City, aiming to study the petrographic characteristics, paleoenvironment, diagenesis and their impact on sandstone chemical composition. Geochemical studies; abundance, behavior and distribution of major and trace components reveals that; Early and Late Paleozoic sandstones seem to be formed under relatively warm climate, slightly alkaline conditions. Mineralogical study shows that Early Paleozoic; Cambro-Ordovician (Sarabit El Khadim and Adediya Formations are classified as Quartz arenite while Abu Hamata Fm; is classified as Quartz arenite and Quartz wacke). Late Paleozoic; Early Carboniferous (El Hashash, Magharet El Maiah and Abu Zarab Formations) sandstones are classified as Quartz arenite. Petrographically; Textural maturity study shows that Early and Late Paleozoic sandstones range from immature to mature sandstones and clustered mainly as mature sandstones. It seems that these mature sandstones were formed in area of mild tectonic instability (unstable shelves). Diagenetic study reveals that; Early and Late Paleozoic sandstones were exposed to several physical (Compaction and pressure solution) and chemical (Eogenesis, Authigenesis, Mesogenesis and Telogenesis) stages of diagenesis. Paleoenvironment study shows that; Early and Late Paleozoic sandstones were formed in area of mild tectonic stability.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications
64
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[B] Oral - Sec02 ( 6 )  
11:10 : 11:20
 
GEO - 10 EG Dr. El Saeed Lasheen elsaeedlasheen@azhar.edu.eg
 
309
  SUPRA-SUBDUCTION SETTING OF LATE PROTEROZOIC ULTRAMFIC ROCKS, SOUTH EASTERN DESERT, EGYPT: CLUES FROM WHOLE ROCK AND MINERAL CHEMISTRY  
  El Saeed Ramadan Lasheen , Wael Abdel Wahab  
 
Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Al Azhar University, 11884, Cairo, Egypt
Geological Sciences Department, National Research Centre (NRC), Cairo, Egypt
 
  ABSTRACT  
Detailed field, petrographical, bulk rock and mineral chemistry of the ultramafic rocks of northern Atud and Malo Grimarea, South Eastern Desert (ED) of Egypt. Serpentinite rocks are the main ultramafics of the dismembered ophiolitic rocks exposed in the two area. Based on X-ray diffraction analysis, antigorite is the main serpentine minerals with lesser chrysotile and lizardite which indicates that serpentinites were formed under prograde metamorphism. Loss on ignition (LOI) varies from 6.95-11.8 wt.%, indicate a various degree of serpentinization. Al2O3 of the studied serpentinites (0.19-0.47 wt.%) are low relative to those of the primitive mantle (PM, Al2O3 ca. 4.5 wt.%). The average of MgO content of the studied serpentinites is high relative to PM composition, suggesting the mantle melting more than 20%. SiO2 concentrations are higher, whereas Fe2O3 are lower than values of PM. SiO2 and Al2O3, bulk major oxides, are immobile during alteration processes relative to low field strength elements and CaO, therefore they can be used as the index of depletion. Harzburgite-dunite complex protolith is indicated by bastite and mesh textures, besides high contents of compatible elements such as Ni, Cr and Co. Ultramafics of supra-subduction zone affinity (forearc) is characterized by low contents of TiO2 (<0.05 w.t%), CaO (<0.65 wt.%), MgO/SiO2 ratios (<1.04), Al2O3 (<0.78 wt.%) and Al2O3/SiO2 ratio (<0.02).
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications
65
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[B] Oral - Sec07 ( 2 )  
12:00 : 12:10
 
GEO - 6 EG Dr. Youssef Bazeen youssefbazeen@azhar.edu.eg
 
309
  Benthic foraminiferal biozonation of the Maastrichtian-Lower Eocene succession in the Kharga area, Western Desert, Egypt  
  Abdel Galil A. Hewaidy , Sherif Farouk , Youssef S. Bazeen  
 
Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt. PO.Box:11884
Exploration Department, Egyptian Petroleum Research Institute, Nasr City, Egypt
Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt. PO.Box:11884
 
  ABSTRACT  
The Maastrichtian-Lower Eocene successions in four surface sections named Naqb El-Rufuf, Umm El-Ghanayim, Teir, and Darb Gaga are measured in the Kharga Oasis, Western Desert, Egypt and their benthic foraminiferal contents are identified. The studied interval is characterized by very rich and diverse benthic foraminiferal assemblages as about 250 benthic species belonging to 104 genera, 51 families and 4 suborders are identified. Based on the vertical distribution of these taxa, six biozones are proposed. These are: Ammobaculites khargaensis/Discorbis pseudoscopos Biozone for the Maastrichtian; Siphogenerinoides eleganta-Orthokarstenia higazi Biozone, Anomalinoides praeacutus and Bulimina farafraensis/Praeglobobulimina ovata biozones for the Paleocene and Cibicidoides rigidus/Neoeponides lotus and Operculina libyca biozones for the Early Eocene. The comparison between the distinguished biozones with those distinguished in other localities underpins its applicability for the biostratigaphic correlation between distant regions especially in the deposits of the middle and outer shelf settings. Furthermore, the relation between these zones and the faunal turnover across the recognized stage boundaries is outlined.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications
66
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[B] Oral - Sec07 ( 3 )  
12:10 : 12:20
 
GEO - 7 EG Dr. Sayed Moneer smma_1277@yahoo.com
 
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  Macrobiostratigraphy of the Upper Cretaceous – Lower Paleogene succession in Kharga Oasis, Western Desert, Egypt  
  Abdel Galil A. Hewaidy , Gamal M. El Qot , El Sayed M. Moneer  
 
Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt.
Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Benha University, Benha, Egypt.
Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt.
 
  ABSTRACT  
Six sections representing the Campanian-lower Eocene succession in the Kharga Oasis, Western Desert were measured and their macrofossil contents are accurately collected. The studied interval in the study area is marked by the presence of two facies types: the Nile Valley Facies, which is subdivided into the Qusier, Duwi, Dakhla and Tarawan, Esna and El Rufuf formations from base to top, and the Garra Al Arbain Facies, which is represented by the Duwi, Dakhla, Kurkur and Garra formations. 72 macrofossil species including one cnidarian, 3 corals, 37 bivalves, 19 gastropods, 8 cephalopods and 4 echinoderms are identified and described. Among the identified species, two new gastropod species (Gisortia khargaensis and Ornopsis? barisensis) and two new nautiloid species (Cimomia kurkurensis and Deltoidonautilus hassani) are established. Based on the vertical distribution of the identified macrofossils, the studied succession is subdivided into nine biozones. Baculites ovatus /Ambigostrea villei Zone of late Campanian age; Exogyra overwegi/Libycoceras ismaelis Zone of early/late Maastrichtian age; Venericardia teneidensis Zone of early Paleocene age; Ostrea orientalis Zone, Venericardia spp. Zone and Aporrhais schweinfurthi Zone of early Paleocene age; Echinocorys fakhryi Zone and Schizorhabdus libycus Zone of late Paleocene age and Lucina thebaica/Ostrea sp. Zone of early Eocene age.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications
67
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[B] Oral - Sec07 ( 4 )  
12:20 : 12:30
 
GEO - 4 EG Dr. Ahmed Samir ahmedsamir.88@azhar.edu.eg
 
309
  Maastrichtian-Paleocene Ostracoda from Teneida section, Dakhla Oasis, Western Desert, Egypt: systematics, biostratigraphy, paleobathymetry and paleobiogeography  
  Abdel-Galil A. Hewaidy , Abdel-Mohsen M. Morsi , Ahmed Samir  
 
Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Nasr City, 11884 Cairo, Egypt
Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, 11566 Cairo, Egypt
Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Nasr City, 11884 Cairo, Egypt
 
  ABSTRACT  
The detailed examination of the ostracod faunal content in the Maastrichtian-Paleocene succession of Teneida section, Dakhla Oasis, Western Desert, Egypt, yielded 36 ostracod species and subspecies assigned to 25 genera. Most of the species are recovered from the Maastrichtian-Danian interval. Four groups of taxa are differentiated, Maastrichtian taxa, taxa crossing the K/Pg boundary, early Paleocene taxa and early to late Paleocene taxa. Comparison of the species record in the present section with previous records in and outside Egypt implies a remarable faunal turnover across the K/Pg where taxa characterizing the Maastrichtian and Paleocene are respectively revealed. Meanwhile the ostracod assemblage found in the Maastrichtian indicates inner to middle neritic settings the assemblage recorded in the Paleocene reflects deposition in middle to outer neritic settings. The South Tethyan identity of the present fauna during the Maastrichtian-Paleocene is reflected in the wide geographic distribution of many of the recorded species in different areas of North Africa and the Middle East. The less ostracod faunal similarity between the southern Tethys and the West African basins during the Maastrichtian-Selandian compared with the Thanetian is emphasized by the presence only few of the recorded taxa in common with West Africa
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications
68
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[B] Oral - Sec07 ( 5 )  
12:30 : 12:40
 
GEO - 9 EG Dr. Sayed Moneer smma_1277@yahoo.com
 
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  Ammonite biostratigraphy of the Cenomanian-Turonian succession at Wadi Tarfa, North Eastern Desert, Egypt  
  El-Sayed Moneer , Youssef S. Bazeen , Islam El-Sheikh  
 
Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt.
Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt.
Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Assiut, Egypt.
 
  ABSTRACT  
Wadi Tarfa area offers a well-exposed mixed siliciclastic /carbonate Upper Cretaceous succession. A representative section for Cenomanian-Turonian interval was measured and the macro-faunal contents especially the ammonites were carefully collected bed by bed and identified. The studied section comprises two rock units, the Galala Formation and the overlaying Umm Omeiyid Formation. The Lower and Middle Cenomanian intervals are found barren of ammonites. On the other hand, the Upper Cenomanian yields several ammonite species that enable to subdivide this interval into three total range biozones. These are from base to top; the Neolobites vibrayeanus, Metoicoceras geslinianum, and Vascoceras cauvini zones. Likewise, two biozones were recognized in the Lower Turonian, these are, Vascoceras proprium and Choffaticeras spp. zones. The Middle Turonian interval is represented by the lower part of the Umm Omeiyid Formation which doesn't yield any ammonites fauna. However, the upper part of the Umm Omeiyid Formation holds the Coilopoceras requienianum Zone of the late Turonian age. These biozones allowed a more rigorous comparison between our section and the NW European and Tethyan successions. Accordingly, the Cenomanian/Turonian boundary is cited within the upper part of the Galala Formation at the last occurrence (LO) of Vascoceras cauvini and the first occurrence (FO) of Vascoceras proprium at the studied section.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications
69
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[B] Oral - Sec07 ( 6 )  
12:40 : 12:50
 
GEO - 5 EG Dr. El Saeed Lasheen elsaeedlasheen@azhar.edu.eg
 
309
  Foraminiferal Biostratigraphy, Paleoecology and Sequence Stratigraphy of the Campanian- Maastrichtian at Bir Mellaha section, Esh El-Mellaha Area, North Eastern Desert, Egypt  
  Abdel Galil A. Hewaidy , Sherif Farouk , Arafa F. El-Balkiemy  
 
Prof. at Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt.
Prof. at Exploration Department, Egyptian Petroleum Research Institute, Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt.
Lecture at Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt.
 
  ABSTRACT  
The Campanian- Maastrichtian Sudr Formation is measured and detailed examined for its foraminiferal contents at Bir Mellaha section which is located at the southern part of the western flank of Esh El-Mellaha range, north Eastern Desert, Egypt. 142 foraminiferal species have been identified of them 57 planktonic and 85 benthonic species. The planktonic assemblage is used to classify the studied interval into 11 planktonic foraminiferal biozones: Globotruncana ventricosa Zone (late early to late Campanian age); Globotruncanella havanensis (=CF9) and Globotruncana aegyptiaca (CF8a) zones (late Campanian age); Rugoglobigerina hexacamerata (CF8b), Gansserina gansseri (CF7), Contusotruncana contusa (CF6),and Pseudotextularia intermedia (CF5) zones (early Maastrichtian age); Racemiguembelina fructicosa (CF4), Pseudoguembelina hariaensis (CF3), Pseudoguembelina palpebera (CF2), and Plummerita hantkeninoides (CF1) zones (late Maastrichtian age). Also this interval is classified into three benthonic foraminiferal biozones: Bolivinoides decoratus Zone (late Campanian age); Bolivinoides draco miliaris Zone (early Maastrichtian age), Bolivinoides draco draco Zone (late Maastrichtian age). The total number of foraminiferal species, the species diversity, the P/B ratio, the Aggl./ Calc. ratio; and their abundance patterns are used to reach to a detailed paleoecologic interpretations and sea level changes during the deposition of the studied succession. The integration between lithologic characters, detailed field examination for the stratigraphic surfaces, and foraminiferal biostratigraphic studies led to classify this interval into two 3rd depositional sequences bounded by three type- one sequence boundaries. The correlations of the recorded sequence boundaries in the studied section with those of the previous studies inside /outside Egypt were done.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications
70
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[B] Oral - Sec12 ( 1 )  
01:30 : 01:40
 
GEO - 11 EG Dr. El Saeed Lasheen elsaeedlasheen@azhar.edu.eg
 
309
  THE ROLE OF MAFIC ROCKS -FORMING HYDROUS SILICATE MINERALS IN THE BONDING, AND DURABILITY PERFORMANCES OF MASONRY MORTARS  
  Mohammed A. Rashwan , El Saeed R. Lasheen  
 
Geological Sciences Department, National Research Centre, 33 El Bohooth st. (former El Tahrir st.) – Dokki - Giza - Egypt - P.O. 12622
Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Al Azhar University, P.O.11884, Cairo, Egypt
 
  ABSTRACT  
This study investigates the role of hydrous silicate minerals as the main mafic rocks – forming minerals, in the improvement of bonding, and durability performances in addition to the physical and mechanical properties of masonry mortars. Several investigative analysis including petrography, mineralogy, scan electron microscope (SEM), thermal analysis (DTA/TG), FTIR, were conducted on the used materials, in addition to the chemical analysis and physical properties. The experimental study comprises fifteen mixes of cement pastes and mortars using certain proportions of rock powder as cement substitution up to 35 %. The tests were measured at different curing ages 3 d, 7 d, and 28 d. The test results showed an improvement in the bonding and durability (chemical attacks by sodium and magnesium sulfate) properties compared with the control mixes. The other physical and mechanical properties such as water absorption, voids, porosity, and density, compressive and flexural strengths exhibited a notable progress up to 15%. The study results of all mixes fulfill the requirements of mortar cements for masonry construction purposes.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications
71
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[B] Oral - Sec12 ( 2 )  
01:40 : 01:50
 
GEO - 12 EG Mr. Mohammad Elsaqqa mohammad.elsaqqa@khalda-eg.com
 
309
  Assessment of Unconventional Reservoirs of the Middle Jurassic Safa Shales in the Shushan Basin, Northern Western Desert, Egypt  
  Mohammad Elsaqqa , Walid Afify , Essam Abdel Gawad  
 
Khalda Petroleum Company
Khalda Petroleum Company
Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University
 
  ABSTRACT  
For years, many believed that the potential of unconventional shale gas in Egypt is very limited, but over the past few years, it becomes gaining importance. The study discussing the shale gas potentiality of the Middle Jurassic Safa Shales, Shushan Basin, which is one of the most important oil fields in the Egyptian Western Desert. This also can be considered as the first shale gas trial in Egypt with a complete work chain of geological, geochemical, petrophysical and geomechanical evaluations. Different techniques have used for each element in the work chain in order to determine the shale sweet spot. TOC, Pyrolysis, Vitrinite reflectance, and basin modeling are used to determine the organic content and to confirm the generation of different petroleum types (oil/gas), it showed that the target shale is characterized by kerogen type III/II. TOC, Tmax and Ro values reflect a good to very good source rock in the late to early mature stages. Advanced petrophysical measurements from both cores and new technology logging tools such as NMR, Di-Electric, Elemental Capture Spectroscopy and Image tools combined with other lab measurements are integrated to determine the petrophysical parameters of the interested shales. Geomechanics focuses on basic shale mechanical properties to avoid ductile zones in the frac and completion stages. The results confirmed that the target shale of the Middle Jurassic Upper Safa is promising as an unconventional shale gas reservoir and open the door for the unconventional reservoirs in the most of North Western Desert basins.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications
72
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[B] Oral - Sec12 ( 3 )  
01:50 : 02:00
 
GEO - 13 EG Dr. Mohamed Sakr mohamedsakr.88@azhar.edu.eg
 
309
  Preliminary Geotechnical Investigations of the Rock Mass Encountered in New Capital Administrative area - Egypt.  
  Ahmed M Saad , Abdel-Khalek A El-Werr , Ahmed El-Geneidy , Ahmed Adel Abbas  
 
Prof. of engineering geology, faculty of science, Al Azhar University
Prof. of geophysics, faculty of science, Ain Shams University
Assoc. Prof. of soil mechanics, engineering Giza Institute
Geological engineer
 
  ABSTRACT  
The present study deals with the geotechnical studies of New Capital Administrative area - Egypt. The region has a total area of approximately 245 square kilometers, it bounded between Cairo-Suez road from the north, Cairo-Sukhna road from the south, Ring road from the west and Regional Eastern road from the east. This study area was investigated by 76 boreholes with samples that were collected to determine their physical, mechanical and chemical properties whether on soil or rock. The results of rock tests show the values of water absorption ranged from 1.2% to 4.7%, porosity ranged from 3.8% to9.6%, Specific gravity ranged from 2.49 to 2.77 and bulk density ranged from 2.35 t/m3 to 2.8t/m3 (for basalt) and 2.191 t/m3 (for sandstone). Mechanically, the values of the uniaxial compressive strength ranged from1.52 Kg/cm2 very weak to1136 Kg/cm2 very strong, indicate that most of the studied samples are medium strong. The results of sandy and clayey soils show the following; the values of liquid, plastic and shrinkage limits (LL, PL and SL) ranged from 40 % to 96 %, from 15.1 % to 37.8 % and from 87 % to 21.2 % respectively. The plasticity index (PI) ranged from 19 % (medium plasticity) to 61.4 % (very high plasticity). The values of specific gravity ranged from 2.53 to 2.646 (for sand) and from 2.38 to 2.72 (for clay). The values of bulk density ranged from 1.654 to 2.25 t/m3 (for sand) and from 1.76 to 2.35 t/m3(for clay). Activity of clay ranged from 0.52 (inactive clay) to 1.06 (normal clay), free swelling of clay ranged from 30% (weak swelling) to 165% (High swelling). Direct shear test results were used to estimate the soil’s bearing capacity. It was found that, the values of the internal friction angle ranged from (26.7º to36.7º) and cohesion intercept (C) ranged from 0 Kg/cm2 to 0.6 Kg/cm2.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications
73
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[B] Oral - Sec12 ( 4 )  
02:00 : 02:10
 
GEO - 19 Spain Dr. Mahmoud Awad mawad32@gmail.com
 
309
  ENHANCED ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY AND PHYSICOCHEMICAL STABILITY OF NOVEL FABRICATED KAOLINITE-BASED NANOCOMPOSITES FROM EGYPTIAN KAOLINS: A NEW CONTRIBUTION TO MEDICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MINERALOGY  
  Mahmoud ElSayed Awad , Alberto López-Galindo , Mahmoud Mohamed El Rahmany , Marina Milenković , Svetlana Ibrić  
 
Department of Geology, Faculty of Science, Al Azhar University in Cairo, 11884, Egypt.
Andalusian Institute of Earth Sciences (IACT), Spanish National Research Council-University of Granada, Spain.
Department of Geology, Faculty of Science, Al Azhar University in Cairo, 11884, Egypt.
Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Belgrade, Serbia.
Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Belgrade, Serbia.
Department of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Technology, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Granada, Spain.
 
  ABSTRACT  
In this study, antimicrobial activity of kaolinite was enhanced by one-step reaction with some non-toxic metallic compounds to get cost-effective and ecofriendly metal-kaolinite nanocomposites, in which their modified physicochemical properties are influenced by the microstructural characteristics. Homogeneous mixtures of these precursor components were reacted at defined temperature and time conditions, followed by removing of the excessive non-reactive metals. Characteristics and stability of these fabricated products were characterized by means of XRD/XRF, TEM, Zeta-potential (pH 2 – 12), BET and dissociation testing at pH 6.44 and 2. The antimicrobial activity was evaluated against eight antibiotic resistant strains. These nanocomposites showed crystalline metal oxides nanoparticles embedded and reinforced within kaolinite platelet´s matrix as edge/surface distributions governed by the kaolinite structural order-disorder. These products proved potent antimicrobial activity at low doses (MIC range 0.1 – 0.0125 mg/mL) in 5 days. Findings indicated that the reactivity of metallic salts with ordered and disordered kaolinites by using the studied novel method catalyzes crystallization of metal oxides nanoparticles, forming stable nanocomposites (with insignificant metal dissociation rate) of variable microtextures with relevant modified surface charges in the bacterial growth conditions.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications
74
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[B] Oral - Sec12 ( 5 )  
02:10 : 02:20
 
GEO - 20 Spain Dr. Mahmoud Awad mawad32@gmail.com
 
309
  POTENTIALITY OF KAOLINITE/PEPTIDE SURFACE INTERACTIONS: A NEW MEDICAL MINERALOGY PERSPECTIVE ON PHYLLOSILICATE ANTIVIRAL ACTIVITY BY USING MOLECULAR COMPUTATIONAL APPROACH  
  Mahmoud ElSayed Awad , Ana Borrego-Sánchez , Elizabeth Escamilla-Roa , César Viseras Iborra , Alberto López-Galindo  
 
Department of Geology, Faculty of Science, Al Azhar University in Cairo, Nasr City, 11884, Egypt.
Department of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Technology, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Granada, Spain.
Department of Computer Science, Electrical and Space Engineering, Luleå University of Technology, 97187 Luleå, Sweden.
Department of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Technology, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Granada, Spain.
Andalusian Institute of Earth Sciences (IACT), Spanish National Research Council-University of Granada, Spain.
Andalusian Institute of Earth Sciences (IACT), Spanish National Research Council-University of Granada, Spain.
 
  ABSTRACT  
This work aimed the study of interactions potentiality between kaolinite surfaces and peptide fragment (350 – 370) extracted from glycoprotein E1 in transmembrane domain (TMD) of hepatitis C virus capsid. A computational work was performed for locating potential electrostatic interaction sites between kaolinite aluminol and siloxane surfaces and charged residues of these peptide ligands with monitoring of possible conformational changes. The optimized total system was composed of chloride-neutralized protein fragment of dimensions 30.12Å х 12.57Å (21 amino acids, and 311 atoms), surrounded by 626 water molecules, and all were placed onto kaolinite (6x6x1) supercell (Al144Si144O360(OH)288, 1224 atoms, ab-plane dimensions 30.43 Å x 52.41 Å with surface area of 16 nm2). This hydrated neutralized kaolinite/protein system was simulated by means of molecular modeling based on atomistic force fields and molecular dynamic (MD) methods at several temperatures during timescale from 0.7 to 10 ns. The MD calculations indicated that this protein segment was interacted to kaolinite surfaces with exothermic process and some observed structural distortions, particularly with the hydrophilic aluminol surface by adsorption energy Eads = -372.6 kcal/mol. Therefore, viral unit isolation or trapping by adsorption affinity on kaolinite nanoparticles and/or by alterations of TDM-peptide ligands could lead to entry blockage and inactivity.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications
75
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[B] Oral - Sec12 ( 6 )  
02:20 : 02:30
 
GEO - 21 Sweden Dr. Mahmoud Awad mawad@azhar.edu.eg
 
309
  THE AZHAR-IACT INDEX: A NEW CHEMO-STRUCTURAL SEDIMENTOLOGICAL PROXY AND AN APPROACH TO "NANOSEDIMENTOLOGY"  
  Mahmoud ElSayed Awad , Alberto López-Galindo , Mahmoud Mohamed El-Rahmany , Rita Sánchez-Espejo , Claro Ignacio Sainz-Díaz  
 
Department of Geology, Faculty of Science, Al Azhar University in Cairo, Nasr City, 11884, Egypt.
Andalusian Institute of Earth Sciences (IACT), Spanish National Research Council-University of Granada, Spain.
Department of Geology, Faculty of Science, Al Azhar University in Cairo, Nasr City, 11884, Egypt.
Andalusian Institute of Earth Sciences (IACT), Spanish National Research Council-University of Granada, Spain.
Andalusian Institute of Earth Sciences (IACT), Spanish National Research Council-University of Granada, Spain.
Andalusian Institute of Earth Sciences (IACT), Spanish National Research Council-University of Granada, Spain.
 
  ABSTRACT  
Kaolinite abundances in non-marine siliciclastic fluvial successions globally increase towards unconformity surfaces reaching their maximum contents directly below the sequence boundaries. Hence, the position of kaolinite in stratigraphic sections is a powerful marker or proxy to delineate such sequence surfaces, produced by subsequent uplift and subaerial erosions prevailing in non-marine settings in the geologic sedimentary record. The present case study proved the influence of the kaolinite structural order-disorder degrees (HI or R2) and the kaolin chemical variability (KCV) on the average crystallite size (nm), that given by the empirical equations: D001 = 99.35 (HI × KCV) + 28.42 and D001 = 141.50 (R2 × KCV) + 24.65. The Azhar-IACT Index (HI × KCV or R2 × KCV) is a new chemo-structural index proposed as useful tool in sedimentological-chemostratigraphic analysis of non-marine facies, even for geological correlations. This index is successfully differentiated between the Egyptian Carboniferous kaolins as deposited under higher acidic and oxidizing environments than the Cretaceous ones, promoting the kaolinite crystal growth. Therefore, kaolinite stacking perfection with its controlling crystallite thickness D001 as rapid and easy measurable mineralogical parameters is an effective proxy in sedimentology for predicting the predominant depositional conditions particularly discriminations of different kaolinite-rich sedimentary facies.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications
76
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[B] Oral - Sec12 ( 7 )  
02:30 : 02:40
 
GEO - 23 EG Mr. Bahaa Adel Hassab El Naby bahaa_adel@azhar.edu.eg
 
309
  PETROGRAPHICAL, MINERALOGICAL AND GEOCHEMICAL STUDIES OF CRETACEOUS-PALEOCENE NON-CLASTIC ROCKS IN WADI QWIEH – WADI ABU HAMRA AREA, CENTRAL EASTERN DESERT, EGYPT  
  Mohammed H. Awad , Magdy S. El Sawy , Osama R. El Shahat , Wael Abdel Wahab , Baha`a A. Hassab El-Naby  
 
Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University
Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Suez Canal University
Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University
National Research Center, Dokky
Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University
 
  ABSTRACT  
Integrated stratigraphical, petrographical, mineralogical and geochemical studies were scared out on the non-clastic Turonian - Early Eocene rocks in Wadi Qwieh – Wadi Abu Hamra area, Central Eastern Desert, Egypt. Petrographically, the studied carbonate samples reveal the following microfacies association; ferruginous dolo-biosparite, and ferruginous dolosparite, glauconitic biomicrite, glauconitic brachiopod biosparite, ferruginous sparite, ferruginous phosphatic biosparite, foraminiferal biosparite, ferruginous dolo-biosparite, ferruginous foraminiferal biodolosparite, foraminiferal biomicrite, dolomicrite, micrite, ostracodal micrite, and dolo biomicrite microfacies association. The microfacies associations are recognized in the phosphate samples are; glauconitic phosphatic biosparite, phosphatic biosparite, ferruginous glauconitic phosphatic biosparite and chertic glauconite phosphatic biosparite. The calcite and dolomite are the main constituents recorded in the limestone and dolomite rock samples. Dahlite and francolite are the main minerals recorded in the phosphate rock samples with minor dolomite minerals. The relatively high level of CaO and low values of silica and MgO in some studied carbonates samples, show a high degree of purity of the limestone, hence its suitability as raw material for different industrial uses. The higher values of Ca/Mg ratio in some samples reflect less evaporation of the sea water and low salinity during the formation of these carbonate rocks. The quite low Sr concentrations in the studied carbonate rocks suggested that the dolomites precipitated are not from a seawater origin. The relatively high Sr concentration in some carbonate samples in the Duwi and Thebes formations indicates the presence of marine skeletal remains, rich in Sr. The top part of the Dakhla Shale contains chert and phosphatic limestone beds (about 4m.) which contain P2O5 content (average 27.27 %) and U content (average 104.5 ppm). So, we recommended detailed economic studies of this bed as a new phosphate deposit in the Eastern Desert.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications
77
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[B] Oral - Sec12 ( 8 )  
02:40 : 02:50
 
GEO - 24 EG Dr. Ali Maher ali.geophysicist@gmail.com
 
309
  RGB COLOR-BLENDING SPECTRAL DECOMPOSITION ANALYSIS VS. FULL BAND-WIDTH CONVENTIONAL SEISMIC ATTRIBUTES FOR DELINEATING PLIOCENE TURBIDITES, OFFSHORE NILE DELTA, EGYPT  
  Prof. Dr. Adel Othman , Dr. Ali Bakr , Dr. Ali Maher  
 
Geophysics Department, Faculty of Science, Azhar University
Shell Egypt
Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS)
 
  ABSTRACT  
Spectral decomposition analysis of seismic data superior to the full band-width conventional seismic attributes such as average absolute amplitude (AAA) and root mean square (RMS) maps. Spectral decomposition also is known as time-frequency analysis it transfers seismic data from time domain to time vs. frequency domain. Frequency domain clarifies many features which time-domain couldn’t. Spectral decomposition of seismic data becomes not only a tool for stratigraphic interpretation but also a Direct Hydrocarbon Indicator (DHI) tool and a powerful tool to reduce dry well drilling. Hereafter, spectral decomposition will play a considerable role in analyzing time domain seismic data. Therefore, spectral decomposition analysis applied to map bed thickness, geological discontinuities and delineating channels at Solar gas discovery. Two different channels were delineated; (gas-bearing channel named “Red channel” and a water-bearing channel named “Yellow channel”), both channels were verified by the Solar-1 drilling phase. The full band-width conventional seismic attributes; Average Absolute Amplitude (AAA) over Solar channels couldn’t fully describe the channels architecture, but the spectral decomposition analysis gives better imaging to delineate channels architecture and fairway definition.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications
78
TUE: 31-03-2020 Main Hall Poster - Sec 01 ( 3 )  
03:00 : 03:30
 
GEO - 14 EG Ms. Mahmoud Etman Mahmoudetman205@gmail.com
 
309
  Utilization GNSS and seismicity for monitoring the crustal deformation of northern part of Nile delta,Egypt  
  Kamal Osman sakr , Abdelmonem sayed mohamed , Mustafa Mohammed abubakr , Mahmoud stayed Ahmed etman  
 
Professor
Professors
Associate professor
Research assistant
 
  ABSTRACT  
Abstract: Crustal movement studies are very important tool for understanding the geodynamic of the Earth on regional and local scales. Recently, one of the important methods for studying crustal movement, by means of space techniques, is the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS). The earth's crust deformation attains values of only few mm/yr and can be determined according to the spatial and temporal measurements as well as their degree of accuracy. The northern part of Nile delta is a rapidly growing development accompanied by the increased levels of standard living particularly in its urban areas. The Nile Delta area is one of the most important regions in Egypt. It has been selected for this study because of its high-density population area, economic and strategic importance. It shows an active geologic structure attributed to the tectonic movements of the African and Eurasian plates from one side and the Arabian plate from the other side. The investigations of the seismic events and their interpretations had led to evaluate the seismic hazard for disaster mitigation, for the safety of the densely populated regions. Participation the GNNS Permanent stations of the northern part of Nile delta with the Southern part of Europe will give a clear picture about the recent crustal deformation and the African plate velocity. The results from the data sets are compared and combined in order to determine the main characteristics of the deformation and hazard estimation for specified regions. In this study, GNSS observations will be used to investigate the recent crustal movements and its relation to seismicity and tectonic along the Northern Part of Nile Delta area. The geodetic permanent stations that we used and processed which (Borg Elarab, Damit, Mansoura, PortSaid, Mersa Matrooh, Helwan, mesalat) and the available data collected during the period from 2009 to 2019. The observed data was analyzed using Bernese 5.2 software, the velocity vectors and principal components of crustal strains along the study area were determined. The estimated annual horizontal velocity of the Northern Nile delta region including the relative horizontal velocity of the Nubian plate using model NUVEL 1A are found to be in the range of 14.2 to 22.6 mm/yr with an uncertainty level of 3 mm/yr. Rate of the accumulated strains in the northern part of Nile delta varies from low to moderate. The low strain rates and low level of earthquakes occurrence in the present interval in the Northern part of Nile Delta area indicated that the rate of the deformation in this area is small. This study is an attempt to build a basis for further development of seismic catastrophic risk management models to reduce a risk of large catastrophic losses within the important area. The results show that the area under study suffers from discontinuous seismic activity related to the crustal movements taken place along trends of major faults.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications
79
TUE: 31-03-2020 Main Hall Poster - Sec 01 ( 4 )  
03:00 : 03:30
 
GEO - 15 EG Dr. Ahmed Ismail ismailax@gupco.net
 
309
  Fluid flow enhancement for Hammam Faraun Member using flow zone indicator  
  Ahmed Ismail , Yousry Zein el-Dein , Mahmoud Gabr  
 
Gulf of Suez Petroleum Company GUPCO
Al-Azhar University
Bp Egypt
 
  ABSTRACT  
Gulf of Suez considered one of the most important oil province in Egypt, which is located in the northeast part of Egypt. It is produced oil from the Miocene and pre – Miocene reservoirs. The Miocene reservoirs are considered one of the most important reservoirs in the Gulf of Suez. It consists mainly of sands with interbeded dolomitic silts and shales. Based on the pore scale, the Hammam Faraun Member is a heterogeneous reservoir. We used the flow zone indicator concept (FZI) to differentiate Hammam Faraun reservoir into flow zones. Based on statistical methods, Four FZI can be identified within Hammam Faraun Member. This study indicates that the FZI is controlled essentially by the permeability, which in turn controlled by the pore throat size. The pore throat size is a function of the pore type, which is determined by the depositional facies. Presence of clays and conductive minerals, as well as feldspars, led to significant reduction in porosity, permeability and poor reservoir quality zones. As results from FZI technique, it is clear the predicted permeability in the offset wells matches with core horizontal permeability and nuclear magnetic resonance calculated permeability.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications
80
TUE: 31-03-2020 Main Hall Poster - Sec 01 ( 5 )  
03:00 : 03:30
 
GEO - 16 EG Mr. Ahmed Gomaa gomaa6000@yahoo.com
 
309
  Hydrogeologic characteristics of Quaternary aquifer in Gallaba plain area, South Western Desert, Egypt.  
  Prof.Hassan Saleh Sabet , Prof.Abd El Fattah ElSheikh , Prof.Mustafa A.Eissa , Ahmed Gomaa  
 
Prof of Hydro geophysics -Geology department-Facultyof Science-Al Azhar University
Prof of Hydrology -Desert Research Centere
Prof of Hydrogeochemistry -Desert Research Centere
Al-Azhar University
 
  ABSTRACT  
The present study was carried out in Gallaba plain area , It is located west of the Nile River between Aswan and Edfu. It is bordered to the west by Sin El-Kaddab plateau and to the east by the flood plain of the Nile. The groundwater is the only source of water in the area of the plain, despite the proximity of the area to Lake Nasser and the Nile River. There are generally two groundwater aquifers in the area, the Nubian Sandstone aquifer and the Quaternary aquifer. The Nubian sandstone aquifer is located in the south of Gallaba plain starting from Aswan Toshka road to the Northern direction near Benban road with groundwater depths range from 18 to 70 meters The Quaternary aquifer dominates Gallaba plain in the form of an unconfined aquifer. The area is a large flood plain with most of its alluvial sediments up to 250 meters thick of The Quaternary aquifer. Most Water in general is suitable for irrigation and agriculture, with salinity ranging from 700 to 5400 ppm. The study proved the significant role of geological structures in the presence and potential of groundwater in Gallaba plain. It also shows the limited impact of the Nile River on the groundwater of Gallaba plain.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Geological Sciences and its applications
81
TUE: 31-03-2020 Main Hall Poster - Sec 01 ( 6 )  
03:00 : 03:30
 
GEO - 22 EG Dr. Abdelrahman KHALIFA akhalifa@azhar.edu.eg
 
309
  Preliminary active tectonic assessment of Wadi Araba catchment, Gulf of Suez rift, Egypt  
  Abdelrahman KHALIFA , Lewis Owen , Ahmed HENAISH , Mohammed SAKR  
 
Department of Geology, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt
Department of Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, United States
Department of Geology, Faculty of Science, Zagazig University, Zigazig, Egypt
Department of Geology, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt
 
  ABSTRACT  
The Gulf of Suez is one of the major tectonic structures in Eastern Desert that can produce a significant seismic hazard. This study provides geomorphic analyses of Wadi Araba catchment-generated mountain fronts and stream channel gradients that cross different segments of northern and southern edges of Wadi Araba. The mountain front sinuosity (Smf) and valley-width to valley-height ratio (Vf) analyses suggest moderate activity for the northern boundary segments. The stream channel gradient analysis (SL) reveals that, streams that crossing the southern boundary segments have high tectonic signals. The stream profiles reflect a transient character of the landscape due to ongoing differential uplift along the Wadi Araba boundaries. Along strike variations of the Smf, Vf and SL indexes, values are compatible with general relief of the boundaries mountain fronts. Based on these geomorphic analyses, the southern boundary segments (N2 and N7) might provide higher seismic risk with respect to the northern segments (S6). Nonetheless this study recommends that, the study region should be evaluated more carefully for the region precise tectonic framework.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Environmental Science and its applications
82
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[A] Oral - Sec11 ( 2 )  
02:00 : 02:15
 
CHEM-ENV - 7 EG Dr. Ghalia Gaber ghaliaasaid@yahoo.com
 
309
  Electrocoagulation Process for the Removal of Pollutants Wastewater using Iron Electrode Anodes  
  Amal S. I. Ahmed , Walaa A. Hussein , Ghalia A. Gaber , Sarah A. M. Hashem  
 
Chemistry Department, Faculty of Science (Girls), Al-Azhar University, Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt.
Chemistry Department, Faculty of Science (Girls), Al-Azhar University, Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt.
Chemistry Department, Faculty of Science (Girls), Al-Azhar University, Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt.
Chemistry Department, Faculty of Science (Girls), Al-Azhar University, Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt.
 
  ABSTRACT  
Electrocoagulation is one of the more promising approaches as it is simple and efficient and, compared with traditional processes, has the advantages of short treatment times and low sludge production. The electrocoagulation process using pure iron electrode has been used to treat synthetic wastewaters polluted with different concentration of NaCl pollutant. The objective of this article was to determine the feasibility of the electrocoagulation technique as a method to remove pollutants from wastewater. Several key parameters affecting the efficiency of EC were investigated using bench-scale, with laboratory scale experiments in search of optimal parameter values, such as current density, treatment time, initial pH and sodium chloride concentration. The electrochemical behavior of pure iron electrode is highly dependent on the chloride content of the test solution. In the two synthetic wastewaters, sww 1 and sww 2, a general dissolution was observed as the corrosion potential, Ecorr, decrease with increasing concentrations of chloride. By the increasing the salt content, a small increase in the turbidity was observed with a decrease in the voltage. The sludge generated after treatment was also analyzed with settling filtration, FTIR and SEM.
 
Code BOT MATH STA CSC CHEM GEO BIO ASM PHY
 
 
 
 
10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Environmental Science and its applications
83
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[A] Oral - Sec11 ( 3 )  
02:15 : 02:30
 
CHEM-ENV - 8 EG Dr. Hayam Ahmed ha_ahmed@azhar.edu.eg
 
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  Photocatalytic and antibacterial performance of copper doped TiO2 visible light photocatalyst  
  Hayam Mohamed Mahmoud Ahmed , Asmaa Elsayed Elsayed , Eman Mohamed Shoukry Fahmy  
 
Chemistry Department, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University
Egyptian Petroleum Reseaech Institute
Chemistry Department, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University
 
  ABSTRACT  
This work presents an environmental-friendly procedure for the synthesis of Cu doped TiO2 photocatalyst nanomaterial. The simple, rapid and green approach used produced a highly stable crystalline nanostructure. XRD, FTIR, TEM and EDS are used to characterize the Cu doped TiO2 nanoparticles. The photocatalytic activity of nanomaterial was investigated through the photodegradation of direct red 31 (DR-31) dye and showed almost complete degradation only in 150 min under visible light. Moreover, the prepared nanoparticles exhibited enhanced antibacterial activity against gram-positive and negative bacteria under visible light at ambient pressure and temperature. The green chemistry of Cu doped TiO2 nanomaterial combined with its photocatalytic activity and antibacterial performance make it an applicable material for the removal of organic (dye) and biological pollutants from surface and underground water supplies, it can be used effectively in environmental remediation technology.
 
Code BOT MATH STA CSC CHEM GEO BIO ASM PHY
 
 
 
 
10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Environmental Science and its applications
84
TUE: 31-03-2020 Hall[A] Oral - Sec11 ( 5 )  
02:45 : 03:00
 
CHEM-ENV - 13 EG Assoc.Prof. Mohamed Ali m7983ali@gmail.com
 
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  Conceptual Design and Numerical Analysis of a Novel Floating Desalination Plant Powered by Marine Renewable Energy for Egypt  
  Islam Amin , Mohamed Elsayed , Seif Bayoumi , Selda Oterkus , Hosam Shawky  
 
Port Said University
Desert Research Centre
Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport
University of Strathclyde
Desert Research Centre
University of Strathclyde
 
  ABSTRACT  
Supply of freshwater has become a worldwide interest due to serious water shortages in many countries. Due to rapid increase in population, poor water management and limitation of freshwater resources, Egypt is currently below water scarcity limit. Since Egypt has approximately 3000 km of coastlines on both the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, seawater desalination powered by marine renewable energy can be a sustainable alternative solution especially for remote coastal cities which are far from national water grid. The objective of this research work is to evaluate the feasibility of a Floating Desalination Plant (FDP) concept powered by marine renewable energy for Egypt. A novel design of FDP concept is developed as an innovative solution to overcome the freshwater shortage of remote coastal cities in Egypt. Mobile floating platform supported by Reverse Osmosis (RO) membrane powered by marine renewable power technology is proposed. Based on the abundant solar irradiation and sufficient wind density, Ras Ghareb was selected to be the base site location for the proposed FDP concept. According to the collected data from the selected location, hybrid solar-wind system was designed to power the FDP concept under maximum power loads condition. A numerical tool, DNV-GL Sesam software package, was used for static stability, hydrodynamics performance and dynamics response evaluation. Moreover, WAVE software was used to design and simulate the operation of the RO desalination system and calculate the power consumptions for the proposed FDP concept. The results show that the proposed mobile FDP concept is highly suitable to be implemented in remote coastal areas in Egypt without need for infrastructure or connection to the national grid for both water and power.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Environmental Science and its applications
85
Wed: 01-04-2020 Hall[A] Oral - Sec21 ( 3 )  
11:30 : 11:40
 
CHEM-ENV - 12 EG Dr. Salah Abdelbary salah.micro87@gmail.com
 
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  Trends in quality assessment and detect pollutants in drinking water at Qalyubia government, Egypt  
  Salah Abdelbary , Mahmoud Ezzat , Hazem Ga'far  
 
Botany and Microbiology Department, Faculty of ٍScience, Al-Azhar University
Botany and Microbiology Department, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University
Agriculture Research Center
 
  ABSTRACT  
In Egypt, Water from the Nile River has a considerable importance because it is generally used for drinking, agriculture and other human or economic uses. Water purification processes have a lot of problems which produce drinking water do not match with WHO standards and cause a lot of healthy risks such as kidney failure and microbial infection to populations. This study aims to assessment of drinking water quality after purification process, detect pollutants and match its specifications with WHO standards. Drinking water samples were collected from different 23 locations inside Qalyubia government, Egypt. Physical, Chemical and Microbiological parameters were measured according to modern techniques that used in drinking water assessments. The microbiological determinations results were reported to exist total coliform and fecal coliform bacterial count which recorded high value in sample (Q 14) as 16.3 CFU/ 100 ml and 8 CFU/ 100 ml respectively, also total bacterial count at 37 0C and 22 0C recorded 208 CFU/ 100 ml and 144 CFU/ 100 ml respectively. WHO standards were recorded zero value in total bacterial count at 37 0C and 22 0C, total coliform and fecal coliform bacterial count and then drinking water sample in this study do not match with WHO standards in microbiological determinations . Additionally, Physical parameter results such as pH, TDS and Turbidity were observed high value in samples Q15, Q18 and Q3 which recorded 7.9, 613 ppm and 2.1 NTU respectively. Also, Chemical parameters results such as (Total Hardness, Calcium Hardness, Magnesium Hardness, Calcium, Magnesium, Chloride, Sulfate, Ammonia, Nitrite, Nitrate, Iron, Manganese and Aluminum) were observed high value in samples (Q18, Q18, Q17, Q18, Q17, Q18, Q18, Q10, Q5, Q12, Q3, Q3 and Q7) respectively. All physical and chemical parameters were matched with WHO standards except pH and Aluminum values recorded high value greater than standards. To detect pollutants, heavy metals were measured and results such as (Arsenic, Cadmium, Chromium, Lead, Mercury, Nickel and Selenium) were observed high value in samples (Q10, Q10, Q19, Q10, Q21 and Q21) respectively which matched with maximum range value of heavy metals standards according to WHO standards. The results concluded that there are contamination in drinking water with sewage microorganisms and detect heavy metals pollutants so water purification processes in Qalyubia government are facing a problem and must solve it.
 
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10th International Scientific Conf.
Basic Sciences and its Applications
 
30 March – 1 April, 2020
Cairo, Egypt
 
 
المؤتمر العلمي الدولي العاشر
العلوم الأساسية وتطبيقاتها
 
2020 ابريل 1 - مارس 30
القاهرة  ـ  جمهورية مصر العربية
 
   

Environmental Science and its applications
86
Wed: 01-04-2020 Hall[A] Oral - Sec21 ( 4 )  
11:40 : 11:50
 
CHEM-ENV - 14 EG Prof. Taha Mahmoud Elmorsi taha_elmorsi@azhar.edu.eg