Ain Shams University is organizing its ninth scientific conference, under the title "The Fourth Generation of Universities ... Between Reality and Aspiration", under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, headed by Prof. Dr. Mahmoud El-Metini, President of the University and President of the Conference, Prof. Dr. Ayman Saleh, Vice President of Postgraduate Studies and Research and Vice President of the Conference, Prof. Dr. Abdel Fattah Saoud, Vice President of Education and Student Affairs, Prof. Dr. Hisham Temraz, Vice President of Community Service and Environmental Development; The conference will run from the sixth to the eighth of this April.
The opening session includes a symposium on “royal mummies” in the presence of Prof. Dr. Khaled Al-Anani, Minister of Antiquities, Prof. Dr. Mamdouh Al-Damati, former Minister of Antiquities and Dean of the Faculty of Archeology at the University Prof. Dr. Zahi Hawass, Former Minister of Antiquities and Visiting Professor of Egyptology at the Faculty of Archeology at the University, Prof. Dr. Mohamed Ibrahim, a former minister of antiquities and professor of archeology at the university.
It will be on Tuesday, April 6, at exactly five o'clock in the evening in the Grand Conference Hall next to the Faculty of Pharmacy.
A number of Egyptian and international universities from the United States of America, Canada, Britain, Singapore and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will also participate in the conference, as well as Ain Shams University's partners in various fields.
The conference discusses several basic axes, namely:
Innovation Sector: iHUB
Where it holds two simulation sessions:
The first is for students of the medical sector and it is a simulation session of the World Health Organization, the second for students of faculties of the humanities sector and aims to show the role that each college can play in the university's transformation into a fourth-generation university.
The postgraduate sector includes:
Basic Sciences Sector:
- Digital governance is the way to make the best use of digital transport.
- The environmental dimension and climate change.
- The future of mineral wealth in Egypt.
- Rapid detection of environmental pollution using laser spectra.
- Cement engineering from laboratory to commercial production.
- International climate changes and their effects on Egyptian agriculture.
- New on Covid-19 vaccines and lessons learned.
- The role of the Food Safety Authority, whether on exports or imports to and from Egypt.
- Important developments in global biodiversity.
- Nanotechnology in Cardiology.
The medical sector:
Vaccination, value, financing, and impacts for Egypt
The future of healthcare paradigms
Community health care awareness at Ain Shams University
Polar thinking in medical education
Introduction to Bioinformatics
It is worth noting that the conference attendance certificate is an equivalent course for promotion.