Curriculum Vitae

Ahmed M. El-Sayed, Ph.D. Candidate

 
 

PERSONAL DATA:

 

Ahmed M. El-Sayed AbdAllah

University of Damanhur,

Department of Natural Resources &

Agricultural Engineering

Egypt.                                                               

P.O.Box 22516

E-mail: ahmed_ph7@yahoo.com

Date of Birth:     20th Feb. 1983

Family status:     Single

Nationality:        Egyptian

Sex:                      Male

COMMUNICATION INFORMATIONS:

Home Address: Abu ELmatamier, BEHERIA     , Egypt.

Phone No Mobile:  002/002/016 17 076 99   

       Work:    002/045/3318537  

         Fax:       002/045/3316535

E-Mail: ahmed_ph7@yahoo.com

Skype: ahmed_abdallah20

 

WORK ADDRESS:

Faculty of Agriculture, Damanhur University, El-Goumhoriya Street, PO. Box 22516,

Damanhour, EGYPT.

EDUCATION:

  •  Ph.D. Candidate
  • Postgraduate specialization Diploma (June 2011): Land and water resources management: Irrigated agriculture, Mediterranean Agronomic institute of BARI-ITALY. With grade CUM MAXIMA LAUDE.

 

  • MSc. (June 2008): In soil and water sciences from Department of Natural  Resources & Agricultural Engineering, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Alexandria, Egypt. Thesis Title: Reduce of nitrate leaching using localized compaction and irrigation management in sandy loam soils.

 

  • B.Sc. (June 2004): soil and water sciences Dept., Faculty of Agriculture, University of Alexandria, Damanhour Branch, Egypt. With cumulative grade “Excellent with honor”.

 

 

WORK EXPERIENCE:

  • Teaching Assistant (Nov. 2008 – Present): Faculty of Agriculture (Department of Natural Resources & Agricultural Engineering), University of Damanhur, Egypt.
  • Demonstrator (Jan. 2006 – Nov. 2008): Faculty of Agriculture (Department of Natural Resources & Agricultural Engineering), University of Alexandria, Egypt.

 

Teaching Experiences:

 30h/week during 2 semesters (or 28 weeks):

  • Soil Physics
  • Soil, Plant And Water Interrelations
  • Irrigation and Drainage systems
  • Soil Maintenance And Duties
  • Agricultural  surveying
  • Principals of Soil properties
  • Plant Nutrition
  • Fertilizers and Bio fertilizers.
  • Soil Fertility
  • Soil Chemistry
  • Desert land Reclamation
  • Salty land Reclamation
  • Alkali land Reclamation
  • Soil Physical Analysis
  • Soil Chemical Analysis

 

STUDIED- RELEVANT COURSES:

  • Plant Nutrition,
  •  Plant ecology,
  •  Environmental Stress Physiology,
  • Field crop production,
  • Statistics and Experimental Designee,
  • Colloids,
  • Advanced soil chemistry,
  • Cartography
  • Principles of Remote Sensing
  • Laboratory of Image Processing
  • Geographical Information Systems
  • Laboratory of Geomatics
  • Climatology and Agro meteorology
  • Thematic Mapping
  • Geology
  • Agriculture and Land use
  • Soils
  • Plant Physiology (Special) A.
  • Plant Physiology (Special) B.
  • Organic Matter and Humus
  • Plant Nutrition  (Special)
  • Irrigation Water Properties And Its Effects On Soil And Plant
  • Experiments Analysis Methods
  • Chemistry  biology of  Soils
  • The relations of Water with Soil and Plant.

ONE-DAY SEMINARS:

·         “Localizes soil compaction effects on soil physical properties and nitrate leaching”

·         “Controlling plant water consumption to reduce drought risks using Antitranspirants”

·         "Use of topographic analysis in land evaluation"

·         "ground water hydraulics and management"

  • "Microwave Remote Sensing Techniques for the Monitoring of Hydrological Parameters"

 

 

COMPUTER SKILLS:

  • Holding an international computer driving license (ICDL)
  • Statistical analysis programs (SAS, Costat).
  • ArcGISPrograms.
  • Programming languages: Visual Basic 6, Visual Basic 2008.
  • Web GIS.
  • Using PROASPER, GAMS, W FLOUME 32, COPAM, CROPWAT, AQUACROP, EURRTI and MINTEQA2.

LABORATORY SKILLS:

Remote Sensing GIS and other soft wears.

  • Laboratory of Image Processing
  • Thematic Mapping
  • Using the FAO Land Cover Classification System (LCCS)

Soil Physical Analysis

  • Soil texture.
  • Saturation percent.
  • Bulk density.
  • Hydraulic conductivity.
  • Soil water content.
  • Soil moisture retention curve
  • Soil Infiltration rate
  • Soil thermal properties

 

Soil Chemical Analysis

  • The Electric Conductivity (EC).
  • The Soil Reaction (pH).
  • Soluble Cations (Ca, Mg, Na and K).
  • Soluble Anions (Co3, HCo3 and Cl).
  • Nutritional éléments (N, P, K).
  • Micronutriments (Fe, Mn, Zn, Cu).
  • Calcium Carbonate.
  • Organic matter.
  • Colorimetric measurements by spectrophotometer of mineral elements (N, P, K).
  • Flame emission of mineral elements (Ca, Mg, and N).
  • Atomic Absorption of mineral elements (Fe, Mn, Zn, Cu).

Plant Analysis

  • Photosynthesis rate
  • Leaf area
  • Transpiration rate
  • Canopy and leaf temperature
  • Water vapour déficit pressure
  • Dicarbon oxide assimilation rate
  • Proline content
  • Plant chlorophylles content
  • Fruit quality parameters (fruit Ph, fruit acidity, TSS, ascorbic acid)

 

LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY:

  • English:  fluent. Toefl (IBT)  72 = 537
  • German: fair, written and spoken.
  • Arabic:   native tongue.
  • Excellent knowledge of Northern African and European colloquial and cultural expectations.
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MEMBERSHIPS:

  • Member of the Egyptian Society for Soil Sciences.
  • Member of Prof. Dr. A. M. Balba Society for Soil and Water Research.
  • Member of Alexandria Science Exchange Journal.

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS:

 

Abdallah A., Hamdy A. 2013. Impact of Deficit Irrigation on Water Productivity, Yield and Fruit Quality of Tomato under Mediterranean Climate. SUSTAINABLE WATER USE FOR SECURING FOOD PRODUCTION IN THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION UNDER CHANGING CLIMATE. Agadir, Morocco, 10–15 March, 2013.

 

CERTIFICATES:

·         Communication Skills certificate

·         Research Methodology certificate

·         New Trends in Teaching certificate

·         Quality Management certificate

REFERENCES:

 

  1. Prof Dr. Essam M. El-Naggar,Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, N-122H Agricultural Science Bldg 1100 S. Limestone University of Kentucky Lexington, KY 40546-009, (USA)   mail elnaggare@uky.edu   or      emel222@uky.edu            Phone: 859-257-2467  FAX: 859-257-3655 Tel  18593380501

 

2.      Prof. Dr Gerrit Hoogenboom , Director, AgWeatherNet, and Professor of Agro meteorology, Washington State University 24106 North Bunn Road Prosser, Washington 99350-8694, USA Tel: 1-509-786-9371; Fax: 1-509-786-9370 Mail gerrit.hoogenboom@wsu.edu Website www.weather.wsu.edu

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