BROCHURE

Mohamed Gomaa

Professor

Organizing Committee

Egypt

National Research Centre

BIOGRAPHY

  • Prof. Dr. Mohamed Gomaa, head of the research Group of geophysical exploration, Central Laboratories Network and Center of Excellences, National Research Centre (NRC). He was born in 1966, Cairo, Egypt.
     
  • He received his Msc. and PhD degrees in geophysics from the Cairo University, Egypt in 1996 and 2004, respectively. He became a Professor of geophysics at National Research Centre (NRC). His major research interests involve modeling and simulation of electrical properties of rocks and minerals with a focus on physics properties of texture between grains, mixture laws, composites and mixtures.
     
  • His outstanding scientific career was awarded the Egyptian State Incentive Award (Egypt) in Geological Sciences from the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research (2010). In 2013 he was awarded the scientific excellence award from the NRC, Egypt. In 2014 he was awarded the appreciation award (NRC)  for members with high h-index point’s outputs. In 2016 he was earned the National Research Centre award of appreciation at the occasion of 60 years of the presence of the NRC. He has an Egyptian patent entitled "Pb-free transparent dielectric layer for plasma display panel, No. 28233".
     
  • He teaches four courses of Geophysics and geology at Faculty of Science (Helwan University), and at Faculty of Girls (Ain-Shams University). He has a chapter in Horizons published by Earth Science Research. He is the author of more than 36 papers published on international journals and submitted more than 20 abstract in international workshops and conferences with different topics: applied geophysics, geophysics, geology.
     
  • He acts regularly as an editor, associate editor, desktop reviewer and reviewer for many (189) leading international scientific journals and scientific papers. In 2004, he shared in establishing and founding the Egyptian Society of Applied Petrophysics (ESAP) and the Central Internet Unit (NRC). He is one of the organizing board and technical committee of nine international conferences. Secretary of geological branch at Egyptian syndicate of scientific professions (8/2019)

PUBLICATIONS

  • Gomaa M. M., M. Elnasharty, E. Rizo, 2019, Electrical properties speculation of contamination by water and gasoline on sand and clay composite.
     
  • Khater G. A., Gomaa M. M., Junfeng Kang, Yunlong Yue, M. A. Mahmoud, 2019, Thermal, Electrical and Physical Properties of Glasses Based on Basaltic Rocks.
     
  • Khater G. A., Gomaa M. M., Junfeng Kang, M. A. Mahmoud, 2019, Effect of CaO/SiO2 molar ratio on the electrical and physical properties of basaltic glass materials.
     
  • Melegy A., Gomaa M. M., Metwaly H. and Hassan S., 2019, Geochemical and electrical properties of some Heavy Metals in El-Tabbin area, Egypt.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., Metwally H., Melegy A., 2018, Effect of concentration of salts on electrical properties of sediments, Lake Quaroun, Fayium, Egypt.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., Abou El-Anwar E., 2017, Electrical, mineralogical, and geochemical properties of Um Gheig and Um Bogma Formations, Egypt.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., Hamzawy E. A. and Abdel Aziz D. A., 2017, Effect of TiO2 and Ta2O5 additions on the electrical properties of Li2CaAl4Si4O16 glass-ceramic.
     
  • Kassab M., Gomaa M. M., Lala A., 2017, Relationships between electrical properties and petrography of El-Maghara sandstone formations, Egypt.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., Kassab M., 2017, Forward and inverse modelling of electrical properties of some sandstone rocks using renormalisation group method, Near Surface Geophysics.
     
  • Abou El-Anwar E., Gomaa M. M., 2016, Electrical, mineralogical, geochemical and provenance of Cretaceous black shales, Red Sea Coast, Egypt.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., Kassab M., 2016, Pseudo random renormalization group forward and inverse modeling of the electrical properties of some carbonate rocks.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., Ibrahim S., Darwish H., 2015, Effect of SiO2/B2O3 replacements on the structure, physicochemical and electrical properties of Bi2O3-containing glasses.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., Kassab M., El-Sayed N. A., 2015, Study of petrographical and electrical properties of some Jurassic carbonate rocks, north Sinai, Egypt.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., Kassab M., El-Sayed N. A., 2015, Study of electrical properties and petrography for carbonate rocks in the Jurassic Formations: Sinai Peninsula, Egypt.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., Abou El-Anwar E., 2015, Electrical and geochemical properties of tufa deposits as  related to mineral composition in South Western Desert, Egypt.
     
  • Hassan S. A., Gobara H. M., Gomaa M. M., Khalil F. H., Mohamed R. S., 2015, Can microwave assisted in situ reduction of supported Pt nanoparticles be challenging with chemical method in controlling the dispersion profile-catalytic performance relationship.
     
  • Ibrahim S., Gomaa M. M., Darwish H., 2014, Influence of Fe2O3 on the physical, structural and electrical properties of sodium lead borate glasses, Journal of Advanced Ceramics.
     
  • Abou El-Anwar E., Gomaa M. M., 2013, Electrical properties and geochemistry of carbonate rocks from the Qasr El-Sagha formation, El-Faiyum, Egypt, Geophysical Prospecting.
     
  • Darwish H., Ibrahim S., Gomaa M. M., 2013, Electrical and physical properties of Na2O–CaO–MgO– SiO2glass doped with NdF3.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., 2013, Forward and inverse modeling of the electrical properties of magnetite intruded by magma, Egypt.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., 2012. Factors affecting electrical properties of sedimentary rocks, in Horizons in Earth Science Research.
     
  • Ibrahim S., Darwish H., Gomaa M. M., 2012, Electrical and physicochemical properties of some Ag2O- containing lithiairon silica phosphate glasses.
     
  • Shaltout A. A., Gomaa M. M., Wahbe M., 2012, Utilization of standardless analysis algorithms using WDXRF and XRD for Egyptian Iron Ores identification, X-Ray Spectrometry.
     
  • Gobara H. M., Gomaa M. M., 2009, II. Electrical Properties of Ni/Silica Gel and Pt/ γ-Alumina Catalysts in Relation to Catalytic Activity, Petroleum Science and Technology.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., 2009, Saturation effect on Electrical properties of hematitic sandstone in the audio frequency range using non-polarizing electrodes, Geophysical Prospecting.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., Abo-Mosallam H. A., Darwish H, 2009, Electrical and mechanical properties of alkali barium titanium alumino borosilicate glass-ceramics containing strontium or magnesium.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., Gobara H. M., 2009, Electrical properties of Ni/silica gel and Pt/ γ-Alumina catalysts in relation to metal content in the frequency domain.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., Elsayed R. M., 2009, Thermal Effect of Magma Intrusion on Electrical Properties of Magnetic Rocks from Hamamat Sediments, NE Desert, Egypt.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., Shaltout A., Boshta M., 2009, Electrical properties and mineralogical investigation of Egyptian iron ore deposits.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., Alikaj P., 2009, Effect of electrode contact impedance on a. c. electrical properties of wet hematite sample.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., 2008, Relation between electric properties and water saturation for hematitic sandstone with frequency.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., Darwish H, and Salman S. M., 2008, Electrical properties of someY2O3 and/or Fe2O3- containing lithium silicate glasses and glass-ceramics.
     
  • Darwish H, Gomaa M. M., 2006, Effect of compositional changes on the structure and properties of alkali- alumino borosilicate glasses.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., Elsayed R. M., 2006, Thermal Effect of Magma Intrusion on Electrical Properties of Magnetic Rocks from Hamamat Sediments, NE Desert, Egypt, presented at the 68thConference and Exhibition incorporating SPE Europe: European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE), Poster P328, Session " Gravity, Magnetics, Mining and Geothermal ", Opportunities in Mature Areas 6, 12- 15 June, Vienna, Austria.
     
  • Gomaa M.M., 2006, Interpretation of Electrical Properties for Humid and Saturated Hematitic Sandstone Sample, presented at the 68th Conference and Exhibition incorporating SPE Europe: European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE), Oral H021, Session "Gravity, Magnetics, Mining and Geothermal", Opportunities in Mature Areas 4, 12- 15 June, Vienna, Austria.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., 2004, Induced polarization study on iron ore bearing rock samples, Ph. D. Thesis, Cairo University, Egypt.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., Hussain S. A., El- Diwany E. A., Bayoumi A. E., and Ghobashy M. M., 2001, A. C. electrical properties of kaolinite under pressure- Pseudo random network modeling, European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE), 63rdConference and Technical Exhibition, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Session.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., Hussain S. A., El- Diwany E. A., Ghobashy M. M., and Bayoumi A. E., 2001 b, Electrical properties of kaolinite under pressure in the audio frequency range, Second International Symposium on Geophysics (ISG), Tanta, Egypt.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., Hussain S. A., El- Diwany E. A., Bayoumi A. E., and Ghobashy M. M., 2000, Modeling of A. C. electrical properties of humid sand and the effect of water content, Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG), International Exposition and 70th Annual Meeting, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., Hussain S. A., El- Dewany E. A., and Bayoumi A. E., 1999, Pseudo- random network modeling of electrical properties of natural hematitic sandstone, 61st Conference and Technical Exhibition, Helsinki, 7 - 11 June 1999, 2-22 rock physics, European Association of Geoscientists & Engineers (EAGE), Helsinki, Finland.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., Hussain S. A., El- Diwany E. A., and Bayoumi A. E., 1999, Renormalization group modeling of A. C. electrical properties of natural hematitic sandstone including texture effects, Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG), International Exposition and 69th Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas.
     
  • Gomaa M. M., 1996, Frequency response study on iron ore bearing rock samples, M. Sc., Thesis, Cairo University, Egypt.

EDUCATION

  • Professor of Geophysics- National Research Centre- Geophysical sciences department (28/9/2017- Present).
     
  • Associate Professor- National Research Centre- Geophysical sciences department (31/7/2012- 27/9/2017).
     
  • Ph. D. (2004): Faculty of Science, Geophysical Sciences department, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt,

        Title of thesis: "Induced polarization Study on iron ore bearing rock samples”.
 

  • M. Sc. (1996): Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt,

        Title of thesis: “Frequency response study on iron- ore bearing rock samples”.
 

  • B. Sc. (1988) Faculty of Science, Geophysics Department, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt.

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • Earned the National Research Centre award of appreciation for the occasion of 60 years of the presence of the National Research Centre (2016).
     
  • Earned the National Research Centre award of appreciation, for members with the high h-index point's outputs (2014).
     
  • Earned the National Research Centre award of appreciation, for members with the highest points in the research outputs (2013).
     
  • Earned the Egyptian State incentive award (Arab Republic of Egypt) in Geological Sciences from the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research (2010).
     
  • Received the annual distinction award scholarship, Cairo University, for my grades during the undergraduate study (1984).
     
  • A grant for a scholarship to M. Sc. degree from the Academy of scientific research and technology Ministry of Scientific Research (4/ 3/ 1993- 26/ 8/ 1995).