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Refaie, A. I., A. A. Farrag, H. El Sharkawy, and T. M. El Sherbini, Atomic data of Ti II from laser produced Ti plasmas by optical emission spectroscopy, : Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, 2005. Abstract
Salem, F., F. Schintke, T. Schütt, and A. Reinefeld, Data-flow scheduling for a scalable FLESnet, , Darmstadt, Zuse Insitute Berlin, pp. 130-131, 04/2018. Abstract

FLES is the first-level event selector of the CBM project. For the timeslice building, the FLESnet software uses
tightly coupled processes. Unfortunately, slow processes and network congestion cause a serious performance bottleneck, especially in large systems. We, therefore, developed a scheduling mechanism to minimize the synchronization overhead and enhance the scalability. We highlight the main components of our new scheduling mechanism and we show how it enhances the performance of FLESnet on large deployments.

Rakha, H., I. El-Shawarby, and A. Amer, Development of a Framework for Evaluating Yellow Timing at Signalized Intersections, , Charlottesville, VA, Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research (VCTIR), Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT), Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), 2011. Abstract
Abay, K., F. Abdelradi, C. Breisinger, X. Diao, P. Dorosh, K. Pauw, Randriamamonjy, J, R. M., and J. Thurlow, Egypt: Impacts of the Ukraine and Global Crises on Poverty and Food Security, , 2022.
EL-SHERBINI, T. M., H. M. M. Mansour, A. A. Farrag, and A. A. Rahman, Energy levels and dipole oscillator strengths in the magnesium isoelectronic sequence, : International Centre for Theoretical Physics, 1986. Abstract
badr Aziza., and M. M. Ragab., The Impact of Climate Change on the African Continent, , Cairo, African Research Center, pp. 233-248, 2011 - 2012, Submitted. Abstract EN.pdfAbstract AR.pdf
El-Kersh, M., M. Atef, A. Ali, L. Farghaly, Z. Abderabuh, F. Abdelradi, K. Abdou, E. ABDELAZIZ, V. Faris, S. Nasr, et al., Investing in dates, poultry, olive, and medicinal and aromatic plants value chains in Egypt: Assessing the economy-wide impacts [in Arabic]. MENA Policy Note 19., , 2022.
Refai, M. K., W. M. Tawakkol, and H. M. Refai, monograph on antifungals, : Cairo Univ, pp. 1-750, 10.11.2017.
Hashim, A., N. Sabry, and O. Refaat, National strategy and action plan for old age care in Egypt till 2015, , Cairo, Who EMRO, 2007.
lotfy, and randa, A Program for Development of CriticalThinking Skills for Teacher Student Using some Electronic Education Strategies, , Giza, Kindergarten, Cairo University, pp. Research Summary, 27/4/2015. research_summary.docx
Rashidy, H. E., Regional Strategy for the Combating Illegal Traffic and Dump of Hazardous Wastes, , Cairo, Regional Workshop held by the Basel Convention Regional Centre for Training and Technology Transfer for the Arab States, August, 2008.
Salem, F., F. Schintke, T. Schütt, and A. Reinefeld, Supporting various interconnects in FLESnet using Libfabric, , Darmstadt, Germany, GSI, pp. 159 -- 160, 2017. Abstract

FLES is the first-level event selector of the CBM project. The system prototype, FLESnet, natively uses InfiniBand for communication, which limits the portability to other interconnects that may be of interest when the actual analysis cluster is built. We adopt FLESnet to Libfabric, a generic networking framework, and explain how this framework is used for time-slice building with efficient, zero-copy data transfers. We discuss preliminary benchmarking results of the new implementation using the Cray GNI interconnect with Intel Xeon Phi processors.

Samer, M., E. M. Abdelsalam, M. Refai, and S. Abdelaziz, Techno-economic assessment of dry anaerobic co-digestion of agricultural wastes in household biogas units, , Cairo, The Science, Technology & Innovation Funding Authority (STDF), pp. 25, 06/21, 2021.
Amer, A., E. Roberts, U. Mangar, W. H. Kraft, J. T. Wanat, P. C. Cusolito, J. R. Hogan, and X. Zhao, Traffic Incident Management Gap Analysis Primer, : Federal Highway, Administration Office of Operations, pp. 90p, 2015. Abstract

This document provides guidance to federal, State and local Traffic Incident Management (TIM) programs and their involved partners on the components needed to develop and sustain a successful fullfledged TIM program. The objectives of this primer are to: œ(1) Identify and summarize the current state of TIM practice and activities at the national and State/local levels. (2) Identify and summarize gaps found in TIM activities/information for national and State/local departments and agencies. (3) Identify and outline a framework for achieving a complete TIM program for the different levels of government utilizing national guidelines. (4) Outline the key elements that are contained in successful TIM programs. A key objective for this document is to address the actual challenges that different TIM stakeholders with varied levels of responsibility face in their current TIM practices on a day to day basis.

Azab, A. S. R., S. A. Moawd, and R. S. Abdul-Rahman, International Journal of Therapies & Rehabilitation Research, , 2017. effect_of_buteyko_breathing.pdf
morsy, S., R. F. el-Sayed, M. A. rassoul, and M. salah abdel azim, Managment of female pelvic floor dysfunction: different approaches, , 2016. Abstractintroduction__a1.pdf


morsy, S., M. abdou abdel rassoul, R. F. el-Sayed, and M. salah abdel azim, Transobturator surgery for stress urinary incontinence:6 months follow up, , 2016. Abstract


Abdalla, M., A. Rezayee, D. Cassan, M. V. Ierssel, C. Holdenried, and S. Sadr, DECISION FEEDBACK EQUALIZER AND TRANSCEIVER, , no. 20120201289: Gennum Corp, Rambus Inc, August, 2012. Abstract

A decision feedback equalizer, transceiver, and method are provided, the equalizer having at least one comparator, the at least one comparator comprising a first stage, comprising a main branch having two track switches with a resistive load, an offset cancellation branch, a plurality of tap branches with transistor sizes smaller than the main branch, in which previous decisions of the equalizer are mixed with the tap weights using current-mode switching, and a cross coupled latch branch; and a second stage, comprising a comparator module for making decisions based on the outputs of the first stage and a clock input, and a plurality of flip-flops for storing the output of the comparator module.

Ibrahim, S. A., M. A. Radwan, and M. A. Nix, Dual-loop regulated switched capacitor DC-DC converter, : US Patent 10,958,162, 2021.
Al-Dhahir, N., O. Eliezer, D. Robbins, A. Awasthi, Z. Islam, and A. Gomaa, Intra-Cell and Inter-Cell Interference Mitigation Methods for Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiple Access Cellular Networks, : Xtendwave, LLC, 2013.
RobertFishman, I. H. A. B. A. B. D. E. L. FATTAH, R. Havener, A. Abdelazim, T. Bishop, and S. Kyi, systems and methods for ex vivo lung care, : TransMedics Inc, 2013. us8420380.pdf
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Kapiel, T. Y. S., M. R. Rezk, L. Piccinetti, N. Salem, A. Khasawneh, D. Santoro, F. M. Montagnino, A. A. El-Bary, and M. M. Sakr, Circular economy in Egypt: an overview of the current landscape and potential for growth, , 2023. Abstract

This paper provides an overview of the circular economy in Egypt. With the country facing significant environmental challenges, a circular economy approach can offer sustainable solutions to Egypt's environmental challenges by addressing issues like limited resources, waste generation, and a growing population in an eco-friendly and long-term perspective. This research employs a mixed-methods approach, including a literature review, surveys, and consultations with key stakeholders. The analysis reveals that although there are numerous challenges to establishing a circular economy in Egypt, such as limited understanding, insufficient government backing, and inadequate infrastructure, there are also opportunities, such as increasing demand for eco-friendly goods and services, as well as a receptive business environment. The paper recommends various policy and practical interventions to overcome these barriers and capitalize on these opportunities, including increasing awareness and understanding of the circular economy, developing supportive programs and regulations, investing in infrastructure and technology, and fostering stakeholder collaboration. This paper provides valuable insights into the potential for a circular economy in Egypt and the steps that can be taken to create a more sustainable future for the country. As such, it will interest policymakers, researchers, and practitioners working in the sustainability and environmental management field. The successful implementation of a circular economy in Egypt will require collective efforts from stakeholders to promote long-term sustainability and environmental stewardship.

Eman, H. I., K. M. S. Reda, T. A. S. E. Din, and A. M. Bakeer, "Histopathological and clinicopathological studies on the antioxidant effect of gold nanoparticles in diethylnitrosamine induced hepatocarcinogenesis in rats", veterinary medical journal, Giza, vol. 62(1), issue 1110-1423, pp. 1-7, 2016. puplications.pdf