4 graduate students win the Japanese University's Best Student Award

Aya Hussein

Dr. Mona Jamal El-Din Ibrahim, Dean of the College of Engineering announced Energy Resources, Environment, Chemistry and Petrochemicals at the Egyptian Japanese University, 4 graduate students from the Faculty of Energy Resources and Environmental Engineering, Chemistry and Petrochemicals (EECE) at the university won the award for the best student competition in scientific publishing. ) 2030 The Egyptian-Japanese University of Science and Technology had launched the “Best Student in Scientific Publishing” competition, under the patronage of Dr. Ahmed El-Gohary, President of the University, and Dr. Satoshi Goto, Vice President for Research.

2030 She said that the award started 2019 and is organized twice every year, and that the winning college students are Dr. Essam Muhammad, Department of Chemistry and Petrochemical Engineering: Fall 2030, and Dr. Muhammad Saeed, Department of Energy Resources Engineering: Rabee 2020, and Dr. Ahmed Salah, Department of Energy Resources Engineering: Rabie 2030, and Dr. Mahmoud Samy, Department of Environmental Engineering: Autumn 675.

She indicated that the result is due to the college providing the appropriate scientific research climate for students, as well as urging them to publish scientifically in highly rated journals and conferences globally, as well as studies and research dealing with topics that achieve the sustainable development strategy and Egypt’s vision. and therefore be in the service of society and industry.