Prof.Mohamed Sherif Biography

Name :           Mohamed Mohamed Sherif

Position: Professor Emeritus of Physics (Nuclear and High Energy Physics)

Date of birth:   10th of January, 1946

Place of birth: Suez, Egypt

Nationality:     Egyptian

Gender:           Male

Marital Status: Married, 4 children

Professional address:- Physics Department, Faculty of Science, Cairo University ,12613, Giza,Egypt. 

Mobile : +2-100-2966973

Phone:  +2-02-35676761 (Office)
           :   +2-02-37040395 (Home)

Fax     :+2-02-3727 556

e-mail:   mmsherif@sci.cu.edu.eg            mmsherif@eun.eg

Academic and Professional Position:- 

Place

Position

Field

Date

Cairo University

Egyptian Coordinator with Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR),Russia

Nuclear Physics

Dec 2014-till now

Faculty of Science CU

Professor emeritus

Nuclear Physics

July  2006 – Now

Ministry of Higher Education

Egyptian Coordinator with European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN)

Particle Physics

Feb. 2006 – Aug2008

EgyptianAcademyof Scientific Research  and Technology

Consultant of Physics for the President

Nuclear and Particle Physics

Jan. 2006 – 2008

Faculty of Science CU

Professor

Nuclear Physics

Oct.  1992 - July  2006

Faculty of Science CU

Assistant Professor

Physics

Apr.  1984 - Oct.  1992

Faculty of Science CU

Lecturer

Physics

Dec. 1977 - Apr.  1984

Faculty of Science CU

Assistant Lecturer

Physics

Mar. 1975 - Dec. 1977

Faculty of Science CU

Demonstrator

Physics

Nov. 1968 - Mar. 1975

WORKING EXPERIENCE

  A. Scientific Collaboration

Date

Place

Experience Field

December2014-till now

Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR)

Collaboration in Nuclear Physics.

2003 – 2008

 

European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN)

Collaboration in Particle Physics (coordinator of scientific relation between Egypt and CERN)

May 2002

NationalCenterofPhysics(NCP) –Islamabad-Pakistan

Negotiation to start collaboration in particle physics

August –September 2001

Heidelberg Universityand GSI Institute –Germany

Scientific Research in Particle, Heavy Ion Physics , and Environmental Physics

August –September 2001

Heidelberg Universityand GSI Institute –Germany

Scientific Research in Particle, Heavy Ion Physics , and Environmental Physics

July–September 2000

SiegenUniversity–Germany

Collaboration in Application of Plastic Detectors

May 1999

NiigateUniversity-Japan

Bilateral supervision in Theoretical Nuclear Physics

May – August 1992

JINR –Russia

Collaboration in Nuclear and HEP

May – August 1991

JINR –Soviet Union

Collaboration in Nuclear and HEP

May – August 1990

JINR –Soviet Union

Collaboration in Nuclear and HEP

May – August 1989

JINR –Soviet Union

Collaboration in Nuclear and HEP

1981-1982

LundUniversity–Sweden

Collaboration in High Energy and Cosmic Ray Physics

1973- 1976

Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) –Soviet Union

Collaboration in Nuclear and High Energy Physics (HEP)

B. Conferences and Workshop

Attend more than 39 International and National Conferences and Workshop.

Organized 2 Workshops, 5 International Conferences.

 C.

 Scientific Supervision :-

  • Supervised 7 Ph.D. degrees: 4 in nuclear physics and 2 in theoretical nuclear physics.
  • Supervised 15 M.SC. degrees: 7 in experimental nuclear , 3 theoretical nuclear, and 5 in environmental physics.

E.

 

Teaching Experience 
 

  1. Undergraduate Courses:-
               - Electricity and Magnetism (first year student).
               -Heat and Thermodynamics (first year student).
               -
     Properties of Matter (first year student).
               -  
    Radiation Physics (third year students).
               -
      Nuclear Physics (B.Sc. students).
               -  Particle  Physics (B.Sc. students).
               - Reactor Physics (B.Sc. students).
               - Experimental Nuclear Physics (B.Sc. students).

  2. Postgraduate Courses

                        -Health Physics.
                        -Reactor Physics.
                        -Particle Physics
                        -Nuclear reactions.
 
                        - Experimental Nuclear Physics
                        -Particle Physics and colliders.


F
. International Lectures.

Date

Place

Title

1990

Dubna (JINR) -Russia

Interaction of 6Li with emulsion nuclei.

1981

LundUniversity–Sweden

Study of the anomalons in Heavy Ion Collision

1982

BerlinUniversity–Germany

How to Prop the anomalons

1999

SaitamaUniversity-Japan

Islamic culture and the meaning of Arabic number digits

1999

NiigataUniversity–Japan

The Production of exotic nuclei in nuclear reaction

2000

SiegenUniversity

The links between emulsion and plastic detectors

2007

UAE University –Emirates

Toward a national or Arabic team at CERN

2014

Institute of radiation protection Helmholtz Zentrum münchen – Germany.

Environmental studies in some Arabic regions (Egypt-Yemen-Libya…)

قائمة ألأبحاث للأستاذ الدكتور: محمد محمد شريف

List of publication of :  M. M.Sherif

 

1- Coherent production of particles by 69 GeV/c protons in Emulsion. O.E.Badawy et al., 8 th Int. Conf. on H E physics and Nuclear structure. Sante Fe(1975)USA.

  

2- Investigation of two-particle inclusive correlation in inelastic - Nucleus interactions at 50 GeV/c. Viono v et al., JETP Lett.24 No. 2, 93 (1976).

  

3- Complete destruction of heavy nuclei by 70 GeV/c Protons and Alpha particles, Akhrarov et al. Communicate of JINR P1-9963(1976).

  

4- Energy and angular distributions of secondary charged particles from interaction of 50 GeV p- with nuclei. Alma Ata collaboration. Sov. J. N. phys., 25 NO. 5, 533 (1977).     

                            

5- Inelastic interaction of 12C nuclei with emulsion nuclei at 50 GeV/c. M.I.Adamovich et. al. JINR E1-1083(1977).

  

6- Inelastic interaction of 69 GeV/c protons with emulsion nucleons .O.E.Badawy et al., Acta Phys. Hungarica. , 43, 3 (1977).

  

7- Associated multiplicities in interactions of negative pions with emulsion nuclei at 50 GeV/c.Alma-Atacollaboration, Sov. J. N. phys., 25 No. 416(1977).

  

8- Topological cross section and angular distribution of charged secondries in 69 GeV/c N-N scattering .O.E.Badawy et al., Bulg. J. phys. 5, 1, 23-31 (1978).

  

9- Central collisions of fast particles with heavy nuclei. B. P. Bannik et al.,Z. Phys. A284, 283 (1978).

                   

10- Interaction of 12C nuclei at 4.5 GeV/c/n with emulsion nuclei and Cascade-Evaporation model of nucleus-nucleus collisions. Bucharest Collaboration, Sov. J. N.Phys., 29, 52 (1979).            

                                         

11- Interaction of d, alpha-particles and 12C nuclei with emulsion Nuclei at 2.1 and 4.2 GeV/c/n. M.El Nadi et al., Proc. of Int. conf. of Nuclear phys. Berkely (1980).

 

12- A relation between the number of leading particle encounters and the multiplicities of nuclear fragments., I. Lund et al., annual Report LUND UNIV.(1981)

 

13- Projectile and target fragmentation in collisions of 4.2 GeV/c/n of 12C., M. El Nadi et al., Int.conf. On H. E. Phys. and nuclear structure, VERSAILLES  456 (1981).

                                                     

14- Charged particle multiplicities of 70 GeV/c K+ interactions with emulsion. Nuclei. ,M El Nadi et al., ibid. page 345.

 

15- Interaction of relativistic Alpha particles at 2.1GeV/n., O. Badawy et al.,Z. Phys. A31, 105 (1983).  

 

16- Inelastic interactions of 340 GeV/c p- with emulsion nuclei M. El Nadi et al., Phys. D 27,12 (1983).

 

17- The mean free path of relativistic fragments from heavy ion reactions  induced by 1.8 GeV Ar40 in low sensitive nuclear emulsion, Banars- chandigrah et al., BERKELI 1983, Proceedings 6th  high energy heavy  ion study.

 

18- To probe the presence of Anomalons by studying characteristics of projectile fragments in heavy ion reactions., I. Otterlund and others, Int. conf. on H. E. Nuclear Physics., Hungary, Balaton 6-11 June, 323 (1983).Talk given in Berlin University ,Faculty of Physics (1981).  

 

19- Interaction of 2.1 GeV/c/n Alpha particles with light and heavy nuclei, S.El Sharkawy, M. K. Hegab and M. M. Sherif, ibid, page 317.

 

20- Search for shock waves in 50 GeV 12C-Em collision, M. El Nadi et al., Egyptian J. Phys. No., 1 and 2 (1984).

                                         

21- Interactions of Alpha particles and 12C Ions with emulsion nuclei at 4.2 GeV/c/n., M. El Nadi et al., Egyptian J. phys., 15 ,179 (1984).

                              

22- Slow particles emission in 12C-Em interaction at 4.2 GeV/c/n.,M. El-Nadi et al., conf. on Nuclear and H. E. Phys., ZagazigUniv. of Benha  (1981),Egypt. Egyptian J. Phys. 16, No. 1,23 (1985).

                                                 

23- Search for Anomalous fragments in 1.8 A GeV   40Ar reactions in nuclear emulsion. R. Bhanja et al .,Phys. Rev. Lett. 54, 771 (1985).

 

24- Search for anomalous interaction mean free paths of charge 2 £ Z £ 18 projectile fragments in emulsion exposed to 1.8 AGeV Ar40 ions. S.B.Beri  et al., Z. Phys. A327, 431-441(1987).

 

25- Grey particles distributions in high energy Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions., M. K. Hegab, M. M. Sherif, S. A. Krasnov and S. Vokal, JINR Rapid communication No. (47),36 (1990).Dubna, Russia.                                           

 

26- Multiplicities of charged particles and projectile fragmentation in interaction of 6Li nuclei with nuclear Em at 4.5 A GeV/c., M. M. Sherif et al., 1st Int. conf. on Engineering Math. and phys. 26-28 Feb.,1459 (1991).

                                  

27- Multiple production in 3He-Em interactions at 4.5 A GeV/c., M. M. Sherif and M. Mohery. Egyptian J. phys. 22 No 1&2, 125(1991).

 

28- Shower particles characteristics in  6Li-Em interactions at 4.5 A GeV/c., M.M.Sherif et al., 25th Int. conf. H. E. phys., Singapore 2-8 Aug.(1990) and Egyptian J. phys. 23 No 1 And 2, 55 (1992).

 

29- Study of the angular distribution of fragments produced in relativistic heavy ion collisions., M. M. Sherif, Kh.Abd El Waged and L. I. Abo Salem., Egyptian-German spring school and conf. on particle and nuclear phys., 11-19 April, 131 (1992),Cairo, Egypt.

 

30- Some properties of projectile and target fragments from interactions of Alpha Nuclei with CNO and AgBr at 2.1 AGeV/c. O. E. Badawy, M. M. Sherif, M. K. Hegab and El Sharkawy. Egyptian J. phys. 23 No.1&2,111 (1992).

                                                     

31- Central collisions of 24Mg nuclei with heavy emulsion group of nuclei (Br and Ag) at 4.5 A GeV/c., S. El Sharkawy et al., Z. Phys. A, 346,237 (1993).

 

32-Some characteristics of multiple Helium fragments produced in heavy  ion collisions at Dubna energy., M. El Nadi et al., J. Modern Phys. E 2 No. 2, 381(1993).

                                                                        

33- Multiplicity characteristics of 7Li-Em interactions at 4.5 GeV/c., El Nadi et al. Egyptian J .Phys. 24 (1993).                                         

                                        

34- Slow target-associated particle in 6Li-Em collisions at  4.5 AGeV/c., M.M.Sherif et al., J. Modern Phys. E 2 No 4,835 (1993).                   

                                                         

35- Some characteristics of 6Li and 7Li with Emulsion at Dubna Energy. M. El Nadi. et al., first conference for research projects Cairo University 15 April, 175(1993) .

 

36- About a possible correlation between relativistic Li isotopes, M. El Nadi, et al., Egyptian J. Phys. 24 No. 1&2, 20 (1993).

                                                       

37- Angular production of fast and slow particles in 7Li-Emulsion Interactions at 26 GeV, M.  El Nadi, et al., IL NUOVO Cimento. 107 A, No.1, 31 (1994).                                                               

                                                                  

38- Multiplicity distribution of produces particles in 60 A GeV 16O-Em Interaction and

      Eclipse Effect. M.El Nadi et al., IL NUOVO Cimento 108A, 218 (1995).                                   

                                       

39- Central collisions of 4.5 A GeV/c 16O and 28Si nuclei in nuclear emulsion. M. M. Sherif et al. Physica Scripta, 51, 431(1995).

                                                                                       

40- On slow particle production at 200 A GeV 16O-Em Interaction M. El-Nadi et al. IL-NOUVO Cimento, 108A, 87(1995) .

 

41- Comparative study between the Lithium participants and the corresponding light projectile interactions with Emulsion. M. El Nadi et al., 2nd Int. Engineering and Math. Physics.CairoUniv., Cairo, Egypt,  27-29 Dec. (1994). 

 

42- Some characteristics of produced particles in 16O-Emulsion  at 4.5 and 60 AGeV. M.M. Sherif et al., IL NOUVO Cimento 109A,1135(1996).

 

43- Enhancement study on multipliceties in 6Li and 7Li interactions with emulsion. M. El-Nadi et al.,International school of cosmic ray astrophysics 10th course, Towards the millennium in astrophysics, Erice , Italy 16-23 June 1996.

 

44- Coulomb Dissociation of incident 16O at 4.5 AGeV/c. M. N.Yasin, M. M.Sherif et. al. JETP 84(4), 635(1997).

 

45- Energy determination of high energy cosmic rays protons. M.M.Sherif.,proceeding of 26th international cosmic rays conference, Salt  Lake city, Utah, USA,August,17-25, vol 1, 21(1999).

 

46- More light on the interactions of heavy nuclei at Dubna energy. E.I.Khalil et al., ibid, vol 1, 60(1999).

 

47- Heavy ion stripping reactions at intermediate energies. M.El-Nadi, M.M.Sherif, O.M. Osman and B. Abu Ibrahim., ibid, vol 1,202(1999).

 

48- Effect of Reaction Mechanism on Scattering of Halo nuclei M. Orabi, B. Abu-Ibrahim, and M. M. Sherif, Egypt. J. Phys., Vol. 35 No.1.

 

49- Some Characteristic of 6Li and 7Li Isotopes Interaction with Emulsion Nuclei at 3.7 - 4.5 A GeV/c. International Journal of Modern Physics E- Vol. 13,3 (2004) 619-630.

 

50- Estimating the Strucure of 6,7Li at ~ 4.0 A GeV/c by Momenta Measurements of Projectile Fragments in Emulsion Interactions, M.S. ElNagdi, M.M. Sherif, O.Wahba and F.A. Wahed. Modern Physics LettersA, 2, No.20 (2005) 1513..   

 

51- La perspective Egyptienne de collaboration avec le CERN .Mohamed Sherif, Science No. 2005-2 page 10

 

52- Muon Induced Air showers Affecting CMS Tracking Detector 29th International cosmic ray conference, Pune (2005) HE 1.5 A. Mahrous, M.M. Sherif, et al.

 

53- Production and Interaction of some Exotic Nuclei at High Energy 29th International cosmic ray conference, Pune (2005) HE 2.1,O.W.Ibrahim, M.M. Sherif, et al.

 

54- Launching of Phase one of Concrete Steps in Particle Physics, (Invited talk) 3rd International work shop, Sharing knowledge across the Mediterranean, 6-8 Nov.2006, Trieste ,Italy.

 

55- Toward a National and Arabic Team at CERN,the UAE-CERN workshop. M.M.Sherif, on High Energy Physics and Applications, Al Ain, UAE, Novemer 26-28, (2007).

 

56- New study to test and explain the short mean free  path phenomenon, M.M. Sherif, O.W. Ibrahim and S.M. Kamil, International  Conference on Physics Education and Frontiers in Physics,3-7 August, 2009,Lanzhou University, Lanzhou, China.

 

57- Simulation of Muon-Induced Air Showers Affecting CMS Tracking Detector. A. Mahrous, M. Sherif and M. Soliman, Physics of Particles and Nuclei Letters, Vol.6,No.3 246-250(2009).

 

58- Study of Natural Radioactivity of some Building Materials, Al-Azhar Bull. Sci, Vol21 no.2,167(2010).

 

59- Initial Study for Search for Dirac Monopole in the CMS Experiment. A.Sharma, A.D.Roeck, S.Worm, M.M. Sherif,Y Assran,K. Yamauchi,CMS Physics week , University Libre du Bruxelles, Bruxelles, Belgium, 11 Sept. (2011).

 

60- Radioactivity measurements for some building materials in Yemen and simulation the annual effective dose rate . M.M. Sherif, S.Harb ,H.Diab and  Safa.Y.Abdo, accepted for publication in the proceeding of ICEEB2012 ,Kula Lumpur ,Malaysia. 2012.

 

61- Radioactivity Measurements for Some Building Materials in Yemen and Simulation of the Annual Effective Dose, International Journal of Environmental Science and Development, Vol. 3, No. 4, August 2012.

 

62- Strontium sulfate as an EPR dosimeter for radiation technology application, Radiation Physics and Chemistry, Vol. 106, July 2014.

 

63- Preparation of Lead-Polymer nanocomposite for nuclear shielding applications, International journal for research in applied science and engineering technology, Vol. 3, No. 4, April 2015.

 

64-. Radioactivity measurements for some building materials in Yemen and simulation the annual effective dose rate. M.M. Sherif et al., ICEEB2012 ,Kula Lumpur ,Malaysia. 2012.

 

65- Radioactivity Measurements for Some Building Materials in Yemen and Simulation of the Annual Effective Dose, International Journal of Environmental Science and Development, Vol. 3, No. 4, August 2012.

 

66- Strontium sulfate as an EPR dosimeter for radiation technology application, Radiation Physics and Chemistry, Vol. 106, July 2014.

 

67- Study of heavy elements and radioactivity concentrations in some eye cosmetics commonly used in Arabic regions, M. M. Sherif, M. Orabi and O. R. Abdurahem,  International Journal of Chemical Engineering and Applications, Vol. 6, No. 1, February 2015.

 

68- Preparation of Lead-Polymer nanocomposite for nuclear shielding applications, Zeinab M. Shakfa, Ahmed E. Hannora, Mohamed M. Sherif,  International journal for research in applied science and engineering technology, Vol. 3, No. 4, April 2015.

69-Trace metal contamination of surface soil and recycled building material in parts of Sinai Peninsula and Gaza strip,  M.M.Sherif, M. Mahmoud, The XX International Scientific Conference of Young Scientists and Specialists (AYSS-2016), JINR, Dubna. , 2016.  

 

70-. Gamma Radiation Dose Assessment in Yemeni Buildings, M. M. Sherif ,M. Orabi  and S. Y. Abdo.,  (ibid).

 

71-Elemental and Radioactive Analysis for some Eye Cosmetics, M. M. Sherif ,M. Orabi  and O. R. Abdurahem, , (ibid).  

 

72-. Elemental content of marine macrophytes (The  mediterranean sea, Egypt) studied by neutron activiation analysis, Kravtsova A. ,Nassar N., Frontasyeva M., Sherif M

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 ,Seminar on Interaction of Neutrons with Nuclei (ISINN-24) in Dubna, May 23-27, 2016.

 

74- Epithermal neutron activation analysis  computed tomography  of some scleractinian red sea  corals ,Safa Yusuf , Mohamed Sherif ,et al. submitted to ISINN-24 (23-27 May, 2016).
  

75- Neutron Activation Analyses used to study elemental accumulation in some marine macrophytes ( Mediterranean sea coast of Egypt), N. Nassar, A. Kravtsova, M. Frontasyeva, M. M. Sherif, American Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 2017, 8, 395- 405.

 

76- Epithermal neutron activation analysis of major and trace elements in Red Sea scleratinian corals, Safa Y. Abdo, Octavian G. Duliu, Inga Zinicovscaia, Mohamed M. Sherif, Marina V. Frontasyeva,  November 2017, Volume 314, Issue 2, pp 1445 –1452. 

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