Name: Abbas Mohamed Abbas

Position: Professor of Geophysics

Email: abbas@nriag.sci.eg

Phone: 00201113309595

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific Publication (National

&

International)

      Delineation of low-permeability layer around the waste water ponds at the 10th of Ramadan City, Egypt by 2D ERT/IP survey

Usama Massoud , Hany  Mesbah, Abbas M. Abbas, El Said Ragab, Diaa E. Hamed, Wael Ragab, Ibrahim Darweesh, In publication

      Kom Ombo Temple Sub-Soil Characteristics Using Ground Penetrating Radar and Electrical Resistivity Tomography

Abbas M. Abbas, Hany A. Mesbah, Samar Boghdady, Mohamed Rashed, Tharwat Abdelfattah, Accepted in Archaeological Prospecting.

      Investigation of Groundwater Occurrences at Abu Zenima Area-Sinai by DC Resistivity and Transient Electromagnetic Methods

Usama Massoud , Aiman Taha, Abbas M. Abbas, Hany Shaaban, M. Abdel Sabour, Ahmed Mahmoud, In publication.

      The Mineral Exploration of the Iron Ores in the Eastern Aswan, by using Magnetic and Electric methods

Mekkawi Mahmod, Arafa Sultan, Ismail Ayman, Abbas Mohamed Abbas

Extended Abstract, Near Surface GeoSciences, September 2018

Reviews of Papers (National& International)

Revised two papers for NRIAG Journal Revision of 1 paper in Journal of Remote sensing

Reviewing 1 paper in Journal of archaeological prospection

Conferences , Scientific Missions

& Workshops

The Arab Conference on Astronomy and Geophysics 6th Assmbely (15-17 October 2018)

 

 

 

Projects

             رئيس مشروع تخفيض المياه الجوفية بمنطقة هرم هوارة 2018

             عضو بمشروع تقييم مصادر الطاقة الحرارية بواحة الفرافرة 2018

Study of Hawara Pyramids to reduce the underground water

Study of geothermal energy resources at Frafra Oasis

 

 

 

Consultancy

Studies of the Baroon sub-soil characteristics

Studies of Wadi-Hoof cavities.

Studies at the New Administration Capital.

Studies at Galal Area-Ein Sukhna Road

Supervision of

M.Sc. / Ph.D.

Supervision of 2 PDH

Supervision of 1 Master

 

 

Books

One chapter will be published in 2019

" The contribution of geophysics to landmines and unexploded ordnance (UXO) detection: Case study in the Egyptian environment"