Dr. Amr El-Hajj, Chairman of the Atomic Energy Authority, and Dr. Hedaya Ahmed Kamel, Vice President for Training and International Cooperation, received Dr. Ayman Saleh, Vice President of Ain Shams University for Graduate Studies and Research, and Dr. Ghada Farouk – Acting Vice President for Environmental Affairs, and a delegation from the university, To discuss aspects of scientific and research cooperation between the authority and Ain Shams University, within the framework of cooperation and coordination between the Atomic Energy Authority and Egyptian universities to exchange scientific and research experiences, as well as the strategy of building scientific and technical cadres to serve the Egyptian nuclear program, which is carried out by the authority.
The authority announced in a statement today, that it was agreed on a set of cooperation axes, which will include conducting joint applied research between faculty members at Ain Shams University and Atomic Energy Authority scientists, joint scientific supervision of master’s and doctoral theses, activating the role of applied research to serve and transfer technology to industry. Take advantage of the research laboratories and the capabilities available to the authority to train undergraduate and graduate students, exchange experiences in research fields of common interest to prepare qualified scientific and technical cadres to work in the nuclear and radiological fields, cooperate in the preparation and implementation of professional certificates approved within the framework of the university’s work, and finally, develop new programs To qualify graduates for the labor market in the nuclear and radiological field to serve the Egyptian nuclear program.
Working groups will be formed from both sides to determine aspects and activities of cooperation in preparation for the signing of a cooperation protocol. and specialized scientific cadres.
At the end of the meeting, Dr. Amr El-Hajj called for arranging a visit for the delegation of Ain Shams University to the second Egypt Research Reactor Complex in Inshas, the irradiation unit and the electronic accelerator in Nasr City.