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Prof. Dr. Mohamed Ismail Abdo, AU Vice-President for Matroh branch affairs raised the importance of finding a solution for the problems of water, energy and food shortage facing Egypt during the coming years through scientific research. 
That came during a speech at the international conference on water, energy and food, organized by the Faculty of Engineering on 8th of February 2017 at Alexandria Bibliotheca. This conference is one of the conferences of Tempus project funded by the European Union under title "TriNex" with 9 universities and international bodies and Alexandria Bibliotheca.

Dr. Ismail added that Egypt suffers from water shortage due to the misuse of water because of irrigation with traditional methods. In the area of energy,he indicated that Egypt gets ready to be natural gas producer, but we must concentrate on renewable energy sources such as solar energy and wind energy what are known as clean energy because of eliminating emissions and climatic changes. 
In regard to the problem of food shortage and food security, Dr. Ismail said that it represents one of the economic challenges that increased recently because of the large increase in population and reduction of cultivated land area as a result of desertification, salinization and climatic changes. He also emphasizedAU full support to the Conference through plans, research projects and researchers in this vitally important area.

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 Prof. Dr. Essam El-Kurdi, the President of Alexandria University emphasized the importance of student activities in building and development of youth personality. He explained that the university puts the diversity of student activities at highest priorities to provide suitable activities programs for the students.

Dr. Essam opened the 34th art gallery of scout teams in the university on Sunday, 12 February 2017 where he expressed his concern for the participation of the largest number of students in various activities which is an essential part of the university life.

Prof. Dr. Hisham Gaber, AU Vice President for education and students Affairs indicated that the opening ceremony started with standing a minute of silence for the souls Noweiba bus victims. He said that Scout teams from 15 faculties are participating in the gallery in addition to a delegation from Matroh branch.

The gallery is held in the Faculty of Science for 7 days in which four artistic workshops and exhibitions of competing faculties will be held.

Dr. Gaber indicated that participating works in the gallery will be judged the results will be announced.

The opening ceremony was attended by the Deans, Deputies, faculty members, and supervisors of student activities in the university.

 

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Dr. Essam El-Kurdi President of Alexandria University has recently received Dr. Ahmed El-Gohary President of the Egyptian Japanese University of Science and Technology [E-JUST] and the Vice-President Dr. Masaky Suzuki to discuss cooperation between the two sides.

Dr. El-Kurdi emphasized the cooperation with E-JUST in Borg El Arab. He stated that AU will include new a number of new study programs within curriculums and develop other programs in modern disciplines required in the labor market. He pointed to the importance of cooperation between the two sides and making use of their available possibilities.

Dr. Ahmed El-Gohary also declared that the study at E-JUST at undergraduate level will start in September in 8 disciplines of the Faculty of Engineering and he declared that the university had 12 partners as universities and institutions in Japan. He added that the infrastructure of the university was completed where 13 buildings were built including academic, administrative, halls, research centers and service buildings.

 

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Under the umbrella of supporting and deepen relations between Alexandria University and African universities, Dr. Essam El-Kurdi the President of Alexandria University received the ambassador of Tanzania in Cairo Mr. Mohamed Hag Hamza on Monday 2nd of January 2017 in order to discuss university cooperation and providing medical and experts especially in Oncology, Ophthalmology and Gynecology in addition to signing cooperation agreement with the big five Tanzanian universities.

Dr. El-Kurdi underlined the possibility of preparing training programs between the two sides to include other fields such as agriculture, veterinary medicine and engineering areas as well as sending faculty members to the Tanzanian universities and receiving students in Alexandria University to study in specialized programs like Natural Gas and Petrochemicals program at Faculty of Engineering program and Geology science program at Faculty of Science.

Prof. Dr. Ahmed Othman Dean of the Faculty of Medicine declared that the faculty is ready to communicate with the Tanzanian universities and provide consultancy and training programs via video conference and Pan-Africa network.

Prof. Dr. Saber Wahib, Head of Pediatric Surgery Department in El-Shatby Hospital announced about a medical convey in Pediatric Surgery to Tanzania during July and August 2017.

The meeting was attended by Prof. Dr. Hisham Gaber, the Vice-President of AU for Education and Student Affairs and Prof. Dr. Ibrahim Rahab, the Coordinator of African Relations in the university.

 

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Dr. Essam El-Kurdi President of Alexandria University has recently received Dr. Ahmed El-Gohary President of the Egyptian Japanese University of Science and Technology [E-JUST] and the Vice-President Dr. Masaky Suzuki to discuss cooperation between the two sides.

Dr. El-Kurdi emphasized the cooperation with E-JUST in Borg El Arab. He stated that AU will include new a number of new study programs within curriculums and develop other programs in modern disciplines required in the labor market. He pointed to the importance of cooperation between the two sides and making use of their available possibilities.

Dr. Ahmed El-Gohary also declared that the study at E-JUST at undergraduate level will start in September in 8 disciplines of the Faculty of Engineering and he declared that the university had 12 partners as universities and institutions in Japan. He added that the infrastructure of the university was completed where 13 buildings were built including academic, administrative, halls, research centers and service buildings.