هلال شهر رمضان بين الرؤية العلمية والرؤية البصريةSCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FOR EGYPTIAN ARCHAEOLOGY​The Arab Conference on Astronomy and Geophysics – ACAG 8​Smart Green Projects InitiativeSpace Technology and its ApplicationsThe Third Advanced ArAS School for Astrophysics.يوم المرأة العالمى فى الفلكهلال شهر رمضان بين الرؤية العلمية والرؤية البصريةندوة يابانية مصرية مشركة حول التكنولوجيا المتقدمة فى تقدير المخاطر الزلزاليةهزة أرضية علي بعد 27 كم شمال مدينة السويس ودرجة قوته 4.1 ريختر وعلي عمق 10كمزلزال تركيا وسوريا ونظرة شمولية على مصر و الشرق الأوسطزلزال تركيا وسوريا ونظرة شمولية على مصر و الشرق الأوسطنفى المعهد القومى للبحوث الفلكية و الجيوفيزيقية تعرض مصر لتسونامى و زلزال مدمر خلال الايام المقبلةوزير التعليم العالي والبحث العلمي يرأس اجتماع مجلس إدارة المعهد القومي للبحوث الفلكية والجيوفيزيقيةبرعاية وزير التعليم العالي والبحث العلمي تنظيم ورشة عمل حول “تصنيع النموذج الأول من المحول الرقمي التخزيني في منظومة رصد الزلازل”برعاية وزير التعليم العالي والبحث العلمي.. افتتاح أعمال المؤتمر الإقليمي السادس لعلوم الفلك والفضاء بالشرق الأوسط وإفريقياتغطية خاصة لزلزال تركيا و سورياLOOKING BEYOND ITALIAN SPACE DAYيوم الفضاء العالميSecond Advanced ArAS School for Astrophysics

African Disaster Mitigation Research center – ADMIR

The African Union – African Scientific Research and Innovation Council (AU-ASRIC) Center of Excellence in Disaster Mitigation (ADMiR) is a distinguished institution situated in Cairo, Egypt. It finds its home within the esteemed premises of the NRIAG National Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics, a historical research center that traces its origins back to 1836. ADMiR was strategically established to propel the advancement of disaster mitigation and management research, as well as foster innovation within the African continent.

ADMiR serves as a beacon of excellence, providing cutting-edge research facilities and state-of-the-art equipment, along with a team of exceptionally skilled and knowledgeable researchers, scientists, and engineers. The center’s primary objective is to tackle the multifaceted challenges posed by disasters through comprehensive research endeavors and innovative solutions.

The center’s geographical location in Egypt, a country with a rich cultural heritage and a long history of dealing with natural and man-made disasters, further strengthens its position as a hub for disaster mitigation expertise. By harnessing the accumulated knowledge and expertise of the NRIAG, ADMiR strives to become a key catalyst in developing effective strategies and solutions for mitigating the impact of disasters across the African continent.

ADMiR actively collaborates with renowned regional and international entities, fostering partnerships that facilitate knowledge exchange, capacity building, and collaborative research initiatives. Through these collaborations, the center aims to harness the collective expertise and resources, pooling efforts towards the common goal of disaster resilience and sustainable development in Africa.

With its unwavering commitment to research excellence, innovation, and collaborative engagement, the AU-ASRIC Center of Excellence in Disaster Mitigation (ADMiR) endeavors to make significant contributions in shaping Africa’s disaster management landscape. By leveraging its state-of-the-art infrastructure, expertise, and networks, ADMiR is poised to play a pivotal role in safeguarding lives, protecting communities, and fostering sustainable development across the African continent.


monitoring of seismic activity around the Rosiers Reservoir in Sudan.

Utilizing advanced remote sensing techniques to meticulously observe and track the progressive filling of the reservoir at the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.

Strengthening the monitoring and evaluation of structural health in cultural heritage through advanced techniques

Capacity Building Program for Natural Disaster Monitoring and Risk Reduction in Africa October 2023


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