Stellar Astronomy Laboratory
The area of stellar astronomy deal with the study of the birth, formation, evolution and fate of stars and of the processes by which they work and communicate with their stellar environments (nuclear, atmospheric or external encounters with companions or other objects). Research topics in the stellar astronomy laboratory aim to study:
- Binary stars (e. g. eclipsing, pulsating, cataclysmic and visual binaries) in multi-wavelengths.
- Modeling stellar atmospheres of normal and high density stars.
- Stellar evolution and formations.
- Dynamics of stars and stellar and solar systems.
- Applications of soft computing in astronomy.
Members of Stellar Astronomy Laboratory
|Mohamed Nouh||Prof. Dr.|
Head of the Lab.
|Mohamed Said Abo el ella||Prof. Dr.|
|Nabil Shokry Awadalla||Prof. Dr.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Magdy Abd El Malek Hanna||Prof. Dr.||email@example.com|
|Somaya Saad Mohamed Saad||Prof. Dr.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ahmed Essam Elsayed Mohamed||Prof. Dr.||email@example.com|
|Hadia Hassan Seliem||Prof. Dr.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
| FarouK Abd el Badeaa||Assoc. Prof.|
|Magdy Mahrous Elkhateeb||Prof. Dr.||email@example.com|
|Abdelnabi Saad Saad||Prof. Dr.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Magdy Rabie Sanad||Prof. Dr.||email@example.com|
|Yosry Ahmed Azzam||Assoc. Prof.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Farag Ebrahim Uones||Assoc. Prof.||email@example.com|
|Mohamad Abdelsabour Abdellatif||Assoc. Prof.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Waleed Hamdy Elsanhoury||Assoc. Prof.||email@example.com|
|Elbaz Aboelmagd||Assoc. Prof.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Nasr Mahrous Ahmed||Assoc. Prof.||email@example.com|
|Nihad Saad Abd El Motelp||Researcherfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ghada Farouk ||Researcheremail@example.com|
|Mohamad Ahmad El- Khamisy||Researcherfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mahmoud Hassan ||Researcheremail@example.com|
|Ibrahim Zead Ibrahim||Researcherfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ahmed Shokry Abu Elfetouh||Researcheremail@example.com|
|Diaa Al Din Abd el Rady||Researcherfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Gmal Al Din Mohamed||Researcheremail@example.com|
|Mohammed Ahmed Mohammed El-Sadek||Researcherfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ahmed Nakhlawy Hussein||PhD Studentemail@example.com|
|Mohamed Esmail||PhD Student / Eng.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Amal Sayed||PhD Studentemail@example.com|
|Mohamed Said Kotb||PhD Studentfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Islam Mohamed Helmy||PhD Student / Eng.||email@example.com|
|Mohamad Hassan Mohamad El Deps||PhD Studentfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Samah Elessawy||PhD Studentemail@example.com|
|Mohamed Shaban||PhD Studentfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Physics of Stars Group
While stellar materials are not the bulk of the Galaxy, they are highly significant. Within the standard table of elements, several natural elements are synthesized into stars. Stars motion shows the space force on scales from planetary systems to galaxies. A light emerges from a disk of gas deposits, probably associated with a solar structure. Stars survive if it needs to consume their nuclear fuel and dies with a knock or they gradually leave and restores much of the star content to the earth.
The group may be divided into four main branches:
- Spectroscopic and photometric studies of variable stars.
- Model atmosphere analysis of stellar spectra.
- Modeling stellar atmospheres and interiors.
- Stellar evolution and star formation.
Celestial Mechanics and Space Dynamics Research Group
Celestial Mechanics is a branch from Astronomy or Applied Mathematics. It is covering many topics, but the major is studying the dynamics of celestial objects. It is the branch of astronomy that deals with the motions of objects in outer space. Historically, Celestial Mechanics applies principles of physics to astronomical objects, such as stars and planets, to produce ephemeris data. But the term of either Space Dynamics or Astrodynamics is often used to refer to the dynamics of artificial satellites motion. While Dynamical Astronomy is a much broader term, which, in addition to Celestial Mechanics and Astrodynamics, is usually interpreted to include all aspects of celestial body motion (e.g., rotation, tidal evolution, mass and mass distribution determinations for stars and galaxies, fluid motions in nebulas, and so forth).
Astronomical Engineering Group
Astronomical engineering is a branch in the stellar astronomy lab which is responsible for all of the astronomical telescopes and the instruments attached to them. It also deals with thin film doping as well as mirror coatings using highly advanced aluminizing plant at Kottamia Observatory. The plant is operated by the up to date SIEMENS Programmable Logic Control (PLC). Engineers at the stellar lab can do research and implement any industrial engineering operations that use image processing, artificial intelligence, and machine learning techniques. Moreover, the branch is making collaboration between engineering and scientific staff at NRIAG in the fields of site testing and astronomical instrumentations, data reduction, and astronomical software development.
Projects funded by Academy of scientific Research & Technology in Egypt
- Spectroscopic and Photometric study of the cataclysmic variables.
- Spectroscopic and Photometric Investigation of Open Clusters and Variable Stars inside It. (Finished).
- The dwarf project.
- Collaborative Research of Gamma-Ray Bursts by Coordinated Astronomical Observation between Egypt and Japan-I. (Finished).
- Collaboratives Research of Gamma-Ray Bursts by Coordinated Astronomical Observation between Egypt and Japan-II. (Finished).
- Collaborative Research of Gamma-Ray Bursts by Coordinated Astronomical Observation between Egypt and Japan-III
- Upgrade of Kottamia Observatory.
- Conformable Fractional Models of the Stellar Helium Burning via Artificial Neural Networks.
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