Mohamed Abdel Nabi, one of the envoys of Ain Shams University and is currently on scholarship to Hungary, won the first prize in the Frank Arnott - Next Generation Explorers Award (NGEA), where Prof. Abdullah Sami, General Supervisor of the Scholarship Welfare Office at Ain Shams University, congratulated him on winning the award.
During the phone call, the general supervisor of the envoys' office conveyed the congratulations of Prof. Mahmoud El-Meteini - President of Ain Shams University, and Prof. Mohamed Ayman Saleh, Vice President of Ain Shams University for Postgraduate Studies and Research.
Mohamed Abdel Nabi was among the members of Team Flinstone, which also included members of several European nationalities and universities, including Belgium, Sweden, Hungary, and Croatia. It is mentioned that Mohamed Abdel Nabi graduated from the Department of Geology, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, then he was appointed as a teaching assistant in the same department until he joined During the past year, with a grant from the Government of Hungary through the Central Department of Missions, and with the support of the university, to complete all travel procedures.
The competition is one of the most prestigious and powerful student competitions in the world, especially in the field of exploration and mining. It is organized by the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) and is sponsored by many international exploration and mining companies such as BHP and other leading companies in this field.
For more information about the competition and the first places, you can visit the following website: https://www.pdac.ca/members/students/faa/2023-challenge