Conference Information


Academy of Scientific Research & Technology


Union Radio-Scientifique Internationale


Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers


Arab Academy for Science and Technology and Maritime Transport

The 2023 40th National Radio Science Conference (NRSC2023) will be held in Smart Village, Egypt. AASTMT Academy will host the conference during the period from 30th of May to 1st of June 2023.



The conference program will consist of invited sessions on selected topics and contributed sessions. The submitted papers must describe original work and cover the activities of the URSI commissions.


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The whole NRSC conferences and papers on the IEEExPlore was also included in IEEE Xplore.



The Academy for Scientific Research and Technology (ASRT) is the focal point of the Egyptian experience and national thinking. It organizes Egypt's plans and projects to offer its experiences, knowledge, consultations for the government, Higher Council for Science and Technology and decision makers in terms of the issues related to science and technology in Egypt.

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The National Radio Science Committee (NRSC) has been created by ASRT in recognition of promoting the radio science in Egypt. The NRSC holds the national conference on yearly basis. There have been 39 conferences held in Egypt. The NRSC offers support to young researchers, scientists and inventors.




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Honored Egyptian Pioneers of Radio Science in NRSC 2023 are to be decided (TBD)



The submitted papers must describe original work and lie in the scope of one of URSI Commissions A-K. 
 For more details about the commissions and topics covered in conference visit  URSI 

A - Electromagnetic Metrology
B - Fields and Waves
C - Radio Communication Systems and Signal Processing
D - Electronics and Photonics
E - Electromagnetic Environment and Interference
F - Wave Propagation and Remote Sensing
G - Ionospheric Radio and Propagation
H - Waves in Plasmas
J - Radio Astronomy
K - Electromagnetic in Biology and Medicine

NRSC2023 Committees

Chair Committee

Conference Honorary Chair: Prof. Mahmoud Sakr, ASRT
Conference Honorary Chair: Prof. Ismail Abdel Ghafar Ismail Farag, AASTMT
Conference Chair: Prof. Said El-Khamy, Alexandria Univ.
Conference Co-Chair: Prof. Alaa Abdel Bary, AAST
Conference Vice-Chair: Prof. Khaled Shehata, AAST
Conference Secretary General: Prof. Hesham El-Badawy, NTI
Technical Program Chair: Prof. Hadia El Hennawy, Ain Shams Univ.
Conference Publications Chair: Prof. Rowayda A. Sadek, Helwan Univ.
Local Organization Chair: Prof. Mona Fouad, AAST

NRSC Committee

Prof. Elsayed M. Saad, Helwan Univ. Prof. Saber Zainud-Deen, Menoufia Univ.
Prof. Imbaby I. Mahmoud, EAEA Prof. Salah Obayya
Prof. Ahmed H. Madian, Nile Univ. Prof. Dalia Nashaat, ERI
Prof. Mahmoud Abdalla, MTC Prof. Mohamed Swillam, AUC
Dr. Omar Fahmy, Badr Univ. Dr. Mohamed Darwish, NRIAG
Dr. Osama Marzouk, ASRT

Local Committee (AASTMT Academy)

Prof. Mohamed S. ElMahallawy
Asco.Prof. Mohamed Abaza
Asco.Prof. Saleh Eissa
Dr. Hesham Hamdy
Dr. Dena Ragab
Eng. Hesham Tarek
Eng. Ahmad Abdullatif Goudah

Important Dates

Conference Deadlines

Paper submission deadline: March 24th, 2023  April 7th, 2023  
Notification of acceptance: April 30th, 2023
Camera-ready manuscript: May 10th, 2023


Address: الأكاديمية العربية للعلوم والتكنولوجيا والنقل البحري فرع القرية الذكية - الجيزة -
Phone: (+203) 5622366 - 5622388 - 5610950 - Call Center: 19838
AASTMT - Smart Village Branch

Paper Submission

1. Click here to enter your valid email to receive 
   preliminary information  (paper ID, password)

2. Use received preliminary information to complete your submission here.

3. You will received an email to confirm your submission

The submitted papers must describe original work and lie in the scope of one of URSI Commissions A-K.

For accessing the Call for Paper (CFP). 
Papers must be formatted according to the instructions in the NRSC 2023 template click here.

For paper submission, please click here.
Please make sure to comply with the Paper Format, and upload two versions of your paper:
a .doc file (complete with author name(s))
a .pdf file (without author name(s) nor affiliation(s)).

For poster submission, please download poster template and send it by email to (

​All Papers will be checked via the  Plagiarism Checkers.

For any other query and/or details please send E-Mail to: Prof. Hesham El-Badawy (
If you face any problem during your submission process or need any technical support,
please send E-Mail to: Eng.Ahmad Goudah (


Registration Fees(per paper):

From Egypt: LE2500
from outside Egypt: €600
Fees cover attending sessions, proceedings flash memory stick , lunch, and coffee breaks for the period of the conference 
for one of the authors. The registration fees are paid with the camera ready submission. Extra LE250 
(€60 from outside Egypt) is added for each additional page. 

Payment of Registration Fees: Registration fees may be paid by one of the following methods:

1-    By direct payment to Dr. Osama MARZOUK, at the Academy of Scientific Research and Technology, 101 Kasr El-Aini St., Cairo.

2-    Through Postal Transfer in Name of Dr. Osama MARZOUK,at Mobile No.: 002 01223880267

3-    Through any member of the NRSC organizing Committee.

Authors outside Egypt are welcomed to submit their papers. If these papers are accepted, the presentations could be online
100€ for authors who are not Egyptian and 1500LE for Egyptian.

For more information, please contact Dr. Osama MARZOUK, at Mobile No.: 002 01223880267

Attendance fees without paper registration (including lunch, Break and proceedings) are LE1000.

Attendance is free (without lunch, Break and proceedings)

Conference Program

2023 40th National Radio Science Conference (NRSC)
         Organized by
  Academy of Scientific Research and Technology
  The National Radio Science Committee (NRSC)
  Arab Academy for Science and Technology and
  Maritime Transport(AASTMT)
Smart Village, Giza, Egypt
30th May  to 1st June 2023
   NRSC2023 Program 


Best papers and best student papers will be selected by the award selection committee for awards. 
Extended versions of awarded papers will be invited to be published in the Radio Science Bulletin.
A. Student Paper Award Competition

Three Student Paper Award winners will be selected. The awards are on the form of certificates and cash money.
Student awards are usually sponsored by the International Union of Radio Science.

Rules and Guidelines
1.  First author and presenter must be a full-time university student.
2.  A letter from the student's advisor on university letterhead must be appended to the paper. 
    The letter must state that the author is enrolled as a full-time university student in a degree program. 
    If co-authored, the letter must state that all co-authors played only an advisory role. 
    No other students are permitted as co-authors. 
3.  Eight finalists will be selected based upon quality, originality and scientific merit of the paper as  evaluated by 
    the reviewers.
4.  Only three of the eight finalists will be awarded according to the clarity of their presentation and the ability to
    answer questions on their work.
B. Best Paper Awards
The Organizing Committee will select two papers for the Best Paper Award.

Rules and Guidelines
1-  The selection will be based on the quality, originality and scientific merit of the paper as well as the clarity of 
    the presentation and the ability to answer questions posed by the audience.  
2-  There is no restriction on the number of authors nor if they are students or not.

Keynote Speakers

1-  Prof. Salah Obayya, 
UNESCO Chair, Fellow IEEE, OSA, SPIE, AAS, ACES, HEA, IEE, IOP Honorary Chair Professor of
Photonics, Director of Center for Photonics and Smart Materials (CPSM), Zewail City of Science and
Technology, Egypt.

				Keynote Speech I
Disrupting the Photonics Domain through Paradigm-Shifting Computational Models


ABSTRACT Computational modeling in nano-photonics provides an essential comprehension of the underlying physics behind the mechanisms of photonic devices. However, computational modeling still faces challenges as some existing modeling techniques fail to reflect the correct behavior of nano-photonic devices. On that note, this keynote presentation will provide a general overview of the existing computational modeling tools for analyzing generic photonic devices while covering their principal features and shortcomings. It is established that “plasmonics” is crucial in localizing optical fields beyond the diffraction limit. Therefore, the presentation will focus on plasmonics modeling issues and the failure of classical electromagnetic solvers in the characterization of the nano-plasmonic devices accurately. Therefore, a novel accurate, and stable beam propagation method will be introduced for the analysis of plasmonics in the classical regime. The approach is relying on the finite element method (FEM) and the twice faster Blocked Schur algorithm. Moreover, in designing quantum plasmonic devices, it becomes critical to introduce the “Quantum Corrected Model (QCM)” in order to accurately model these devices, and the basics of QCM will also be discussed. BIO Professor Salah Obayya is currently a full professor of photonics at the University of Science and Technology and the director of the Center for Photonics and Smart Materials, Zewail City. Obayya’s has BSC, MC, and PhD in 1991, 1994, and 1999 respectively from Mansoura University in Egypt. Obayya then obtained his Doctor of Philosophy degree under a joint supervision scheme between City University London and Mansoura University in 1999. Obayya worked at City University London’s School of Engineering as a senior research fellow. From 2003 to 2006, he served as a senior lecturer at the School of Engineering and Design in Brunel University, West London. He was also appointed to a readership position at the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of Leeds (U.K.). In 2008, he held a full professorial chair of photonics and led the establishment of the Nanophotonics Research Centre at the University of Glamorgan, U.K. Obayya’s research efforts are related to the area of green nanophotonics. His focus is on intelligent computational modeling of modern nanophotonic devices to enable technologies for the efficient generation, distribution and utilization of sustainable energy for a low-carbon green society. Obayya’s continuous scientific contributions have greatly served the international photonics community. In addition to publishing 110 papers, mostly in journals belonging to the IEEE, IET, and IEE, Obayya has published 130 conference papers and had 20 keynote lectures and invited talks at major conferences. He is also the author of “Computational Photonics” published by Wiley, New York. Obayya has been selected to be an associate editor-in-chief of the IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, and a guest editor-in-chief of the Journal of Optical and Quantum Electronics. He also served on the technical committee of many photonics conferences. Obayya was granted, by the Egyptian government, the Incentive State Award for Engineering Sciences and the State Award of Excellence for Engineering Science. He is also the recipient of the Abdul Hameed Shoman Foundation Award for Arab Researchers in engineering sciences in 2013. He is a member of several leading scientific institutions such as the Institute of Engineering and Technology, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the Optical Society of America and the International Society for Optical Engineering. In addition to being elected as a fellow of the highest two scientific institutes in the United Kingdom: the Institute of Electrical Engineers (IEE) and the Institute of Physics (IoP), Obayya is also a Fellow member of the institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
2- PROF. DR. ALI SELAMAT, Dean, Malaysia Japan International Institute of Technology (MJIIT), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. Keynote Speech II Recent Research on Detection of Vulnerable Plaque in Virtual Histology Intravascular Ultrasound Images
ABSTRACT Virtual Histology Intravascular Ultrasound (VH-IVUS) image has been developed as a clinically available tools to diagnosis the thin cap fibroatheroma plaque that is responsible for coronary artery disease. Segmentation is considered as the essential step for plaque characterization; however, this step is time-consuming procedure and depends on the observer's capability. VH-IVUS image, especially at the edges of each plaque component, may not involves the unique intensities. Therefore, segmentation of the overlapped tissue can be difficult. In this study, hybrid models have been proposed to accurately segment the VH-IVUS image. Therefore, semisupervised models of hybrid Fuzzy C-Means (FCM) with k-nearest neighbor (kNN), minimum Euclidian distance, and Support Vector Machine (SVM) are adapted to improve the segmentation results. Proposed approaches is applied for 589 in-vivo images of 10 patients. The accurate classification result of the semisupervised models is obtained using the silhouette validity index. BIO Prof. Ali Selamat is currently a Dean of Malaysia Japan International Institute of Technology (MJIIT) which is an education institute that is established by Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia with the aim of enhancing Japanese Oriented Engineering Education in Malaysia and Asian with the support from Government of Japan through Japanese International Cooperation agency (JICA) and Universiti Teknologi Malaysia together with 29 Japanese University Consortium (JUC). Prior to that, he was a Chief Information Officer (CIO) and a Director of Center of Communication and Information Technology, UTM. He is currently elected as a Chair of IEEE Computer Society, Malaysia Section under the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), USA and also a member of Malaysia Engineering Deans Council. He was previously assuming the position of research Dean on Knowledge Economy Research Alliance, UTM. Prof. Ali Selamat has received a B.Sc. (Hons.) in IT from Teesside University, U.K. and M.Sc. in Distributed Multimedia Interactive Systems from Lancaster University, U.K. in 1997 and 1998, respectively. He has received a Dr. Eng. degree from Osaka Prefecture University, Japan in 2003 . He was a principal consultant of Big Data Analytics, Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia 2017, Members of Malaysia Artificial Intelligence Roadmaps (2020-2021) and a keynote speaker in many international conferences. He was a visiting professor at Kuwait University, and few other universities in Japan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and Indonesia. Currently he is a visiting professor at HradecKralove University, Czech Republic and Kagoshima Institute of Technology, Japan. Currently, he is serving as the Editorial Boards of International Journal of Knowledge Based Systems Elsevier, Netherlands, International Journal of Information and Database Systems (IJIIDS) under Inderscience Publications, Switzerland and Vietnam Journal of Computer Science under Springer Publications. He is a Program co-chair IEA/AIE 2021: The 34th International Conference on Industrial, Engineering and Other Applications of Applied Intelligent Systems in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia . His research interests include data analytics, digital transformations, knowledge management in higher educations, key performance indicators, cloud-based software engineering, software agents, information retrievals, pattern recognitions, genetic algorithms, neural networks and soft-computing.
3- Prof. James Okwe Chibueze, Centre for Space Research, Potchefstroom Campus Potchefstroom- North-West University, South Africa. Keynote Speech III African Radio Astronomy Research in SKA Era – Advances and Prospects
ABSTRACT Radio astronomy research landscape in the African continent has rapidly advanced with the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) being partly hosted in the continent. MeerKAT, the precursor, to the SKA is already making ground-breaking discoveries in Galactic and Extra-galactic science. Some of these new findings include the discovery of the large bubble around the centre of the Milky Way, unveiling of the impact of intra-cluster magnetic field on member galaxies of a Galaxy Cluster, detection of persistent radio emission towards a fast radio burst and many more. My talk will focus on some of the contributions of MeerKAT to our current understanding of the universe. Why should radio astronomers on the continent care about the forthcoming SKA? What can we do to grow the critical mass of African users of the MeerKAT and SKA. These will be covered in my talk... BIO James Chibueze did his Bachelor of Science in Physics (First Class) and Master of Science (Astrophysics) at Department of Physics & Astronomy, University of Nigeria. He then proceeded to Japan for his PhD (Radio Astronomy and Astrophysics) at Kagoshima University, Kagoshima, Japan (PhD received 25 March, 2013) under the Japanese Government MEXT scholarship. His research is mainly focused on the high-resolution study of massive star formation processes from their earliest evolutionary stages. James joined East-Asia ALMA Regional Centre at the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ) as Project Research Fellow in 2013 and later in 2014 was appointed a Project Assistant Professor. In 2015, he moved to University of Nigeria as a Lecturer and 2 years later (January, 2017) moved to South African Radio Astronomy Observatory (SARAO) formerly known as Square Kilometre Array (SKA) South Africa as a VLBI Commissioning Scientist. In 2019, he joined NorthWest University as an Associate Professor and was promoted to a full Professor of Astrophysics from January 1, 2022. In recent years, James has used the MeerKAT telescope to expand his research horizon to include the study of radio

4- Prof. Yehia Antar, Canada Research Chair in Electromagnetic Engineering, IEEE Fellow, IEEE AP-S Distinguished Lecturer Professor, Former President of IEEEAP, Royal Military College of Canada & Queen’s University Canada. Keynote Speech IV Future Trends in Modern Antenna Systems research and applications for Communications and for Sensors
ABSTRACT Electromagnetics and its many applications in various aspects of Radio Science in areas such dependent communications through wireless, satellites and on Sensors. has been and will continue to be important in our modern life. This trend is exemplified by the current investment in applications such as 5G,6G technologies, internet of things (IOT) which are enabling fundamentally new evolving applications. A common denominator in many of these new applications is antenna systems. The talk will address some current and new emerging directions of research in antenna systems specially those taking place at the Royal Military College of Canada and Queen’s University. This will include description of new fundamental approaches in antenna analysis, the intriguing structure of near fields and new rigorous considerations for electromagnetic energy around antenna systems that are important for modern applications. The talk will also address the importance and impact of this research on engineering education with a global look at how to benefit from opportunities of networking available through IEEE activities and anticipated future directions. BIO He received the B.Sc. degree (Hons.) in electrical engineering from Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt, in 1966, and the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, Canada, in 1971 and 1975, respectively. In May 1979, he joined the Division of Electrical Engineering, National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa, ON, Canada. In November 1987, he joined the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Royal Military College of Canada, Kingston, ON, where he has been a professor, since 1990. He has authored or coauthored over 200 journal articles, several books, and chapters in books, over 450 refereed conference papers, holds several patents, has chaired several national and international conferences, and has given plenary talks at many conferences. He was appointed as a member of the Canadian Defense Advisory Board (DAB) of the Canadian Department of National Defense, in January 2011. He is a fellow of the Engineering Institute of Canada (FEIC) and the Electromagnetic Academy. He is also an International Union of Radio Science (URSI) Fellow. In 1977, he held a Government of Canada Visiting Fellowship at the Communications Research Center, Ottawa. In 2003, he was awarded the Royal Military College of Canada “Excellence in Research” Prize and the RMCC Class of 1965 Teaching Excellence Award in 2012. In October 2012, he received the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal from the Governor-General of Canada in recognition of his contribution to Canada. He was a recipient of the 2014 IEEE Canada RA Fessenden Silver Medal for Ground Breaking Contributions to Electromagnetics and Communications and the 2015 IEEE Canada J. M. Ham Outstanding Engineering Education Award. In May 2015, he received the Royal Military College of Canada Cowan Prize for excellence in research. He was also a recipient of the IEEEAP- S of the Chen-To-Tai Distinguished Educator Award in 2017. He has supervised and co-supervised over 90 Ph.D. and M.Sc. theses at the Royal Military College and at Queen's University, several of which have received the Governor- General of Canada Gold Medal Award, the Outstanding Ph.D. Thesis of the Division of Applied Science, as well as many best paper awards in major international symposia. He served as the Chair for Canadian National Commission (CNC), URSI, from 1999 to 2008, Commission B, from 1993 to 1999, and has a cross-appointment at Queen's University, Kingston. In May 2002, he was awarded the Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in electromagnetic engineering which has been renewed in 2016. He was elected by the URSI to the Board as the Vice President, in August 2008 and 2014, and to the IEEE Antennas and Propagation (AP-S) AdCom. In 2019, he was elected as the 2020 President-Elect for IEEE AP-S, and will serve as its President, in 2021. He has served as an Associate Editor for many IEEE and IET journals and an IEEE-APS Distinguished Lecturer.

5- Prof. Diaa Khalil, Faculty of Engineering Ain Shams University CEO of the Innovator Support Fund ISF, MOHESR, Egypt. Keynote Speech V Innovation Echo System in Egypt
ABSTRACT In this talk we analyze the situation of the innovation Ecological system in Egypt / Africa and based on this analysis we demonstrate the need for a special support for the innovators in early stages of their innovation. The need analysis demonstrates also the crucial role of the university and higher education institutes in transforming the scientific creativity into successful products in the market. This represents the base of the strategic vision of the Innovators support fund and its activities that will be presented briefly in the talk. BIO Prof. Diaa Khalil has over 35 years of experience in micro photonics systems, including integrated optoelectronics and optical MEMS technology. He obtained his PhD from INPG France in 1993. Diaa Khalil is a Professor of photonics in the Faculty of Eng., Ain Shams University since 2004, and he was the Dean up to 2022 and Vice dean of post graduate and research affairs until 2020. He introduced the courses of Integrated Optics, Optical MEMS, and Applied Optical Engineering for the post-graduate engineering students. He is also leading a group of scientists working in the fields of Photonic microsystems. He supervised more than 50 MSc and PhD thesis in the fields of: Optics, Optoelectronics, Applied Spectroscopy, Optical MEMS and integrated Optics. Diaa Khalil was also the CTO of the Optical MEMS Division in Si-Ware Systems from 2007 - 2020, leading a group of talented engineers developing an innovative FTIR MEMS spectrometer, a unique product that gained the Prism award in the Photonics West conference 2014 in SF USA. Prior to joining SWS, he worked with MEMScAP company as the head of the optical MEMS design group where he led the design and characterization of a 2×2 switch, and introduced a novel VOA (variable Optical Attenuator) achieving the world record of minimum PDL reported for wide dynamic range. Prof. Diaa Khalil is a holder of the Egyptian state incentive prize in engineering sciences in 1998. He is a senior member in the OSA and the IEEE Photonic Society and a member in the SPIE and URSI societies. He is currently the head of commission D in the National URSI committee, in Egypt. He is also a member in the editorial board of the journal, “Light: Science and Applications” produced by the Nature Publishing Group NPG. He is inventor of about 16 granted international patents and more than 10 other patent applications. He is author and co-author of more than 320 publications, in international journals and conferences, in addition to 3 book chapters and 1 ebook published by SPIE. In 2023, he becomes the CEO of the Innovator Support Fund ISF, MOHESR, Egypt.

Special Sessions

Invited NRSC Committee Members Review Sessions

			    Imbaby I. Mahmoud,
	Radiation Eng. Dept., NCRRT, Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority, Egypt
		Mohamed Zaky El Atrash1, Sherif R. Zahran2, Farah R. Kareem1, 
					Ahmed A Abdel Aziz3, and Mahmoud A. Abdalla3,
	1Faculty of Engineering, MSA University, Giza, Egypt,
    1Department of Electrical Systems Engineering, October University for Modern Sciences and Arts, Giza, Egypt
    2MAIC Lab, University of Calabria, Rende, Italy
    3Electronic Engineering Department, Military Technical College, Cairo, Egypt,
	      Saber H. Zainud-Deen, Doaa M. Azzam, Hend A. Malhat, and Mona M. Badawy,
	Faculty of Electronic Engineering, Menoufia University, Egypt.

 Industrial Session (In cooperation with Vehicular Technology IEEE Egyptian Chapter)    

4 -	Open Radio Access Networks (O-RAN): Opportunities and Challenges
	                  Prof. Hesham El-Badawy, 
		Professor National Telecommunication Institute,
	   Chair and Founder IEEE VT Chapter (Egypt Section)
5 -	Internet Of Vehicles (IoV) Security: Challenges and Open Research Issues
					  Prof. Rowayda Sadek, 
    Professor Faculty of Computers and Artificial Intelligence, Helwan University
				Vise-Chair IEEE VT Chapter (Egypt Section)

 Vehicular Technology Industrial Session: 
 Vehicular Technology Industry and Potential Opportunities in Egypt 

1 -  Open Radio Access Network (O-RAN) Testbed Overview
					Dr. Hesham Ali
	 Associate Professor CIC, and CEO, Alter Technology Solutions, UAE,
     Vice Chairman, Arab Federation for Training, Arab Economic Union Council
2 -  Vodafone Open Radio Access Networks: An Overview and Global Trends
					Dr. Mohammad Galal Khafagy
	 Radio Strategy and Design Technical Lead, Vodafone Egypt
3 -	AI/ML Aspects and Applications in Open RAN and Vehicular Networking
				       Dr. Maha Elsabrouty
	Prof., Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering,
         Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology (EJUST)

Women in URSI (WIRS) Egyptian Chapter Session

Radio Science Education: Challenges and Future WIRS Perspectives
				Hadia El-Hennawy 1, Rowayda Sadek 2,
1Ain Shams Univ., Cairo, Egypt, 2 Helwan Univ., Cairo, Egypt
	Prof. Taysser Abouelnasr Professor and Dean (retired), Faculty of Applied Science, University of
                            British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
    Prof. Hoda Baraka Advisor to Minister of ICT for Technology Talents Development
    Prof. Reem Bahgat President of Egypt University of Informatics
    Prof. Mona Hella Professor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
    Prof. Sherin AbdelKader ERI President

1 - The Transformative Power of Artificial Intelligence: 
	Applications in Healthcare, Agriculture, and Beyond
					Hoda Baraka
    Advisor to Minister of ICT for Technology Talents Development
         Professor of Computer Engineering, Cairo University

2 - ICT Education: A Woman’s Biased Perspective
					Reem Bahgat
	President of Egypt University of Informatics

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