Mahmoud Rafea is working in Central Lab of Agriculture Expert Systems, Egypt. Initially, he is a Medical Doctor. He has a double qualification in Clinical Pathology and Computer Science. He worked as a Researcher in Artificial Intelligence (AI). He was promoted by his institution (ARC) to a Professor of Computer Science. Currently, he is working on medical R&D using his AI and medical knowledge
Mahmoud Rafea(Research Area)
Mass Spectrometry,Analytical chemistry,Computer Science
Milos NetopilÃk is born in may 1,1954. He studeies in RNDr. (MSc.) Studies in physical chemistry, Charles University, Prague (1982), Postgraduate studies in physical and macromolecular chemistry (Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry, Czechoslovak Academy of Science, Prague), 1980-1984 (Ph.D., 1984), Thesis: Degradation of Polymers by Shear Stress, Magister in Luce Sparsa (Light Scattering) at Universitas Lucis Spargentis, Wyatt Technology Corporation, Santa Barbara, CA, 1998. After that he work in Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague, 1998, Senior research fellow, Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague. 1987: Institut of Organic Chemistry, German Academy of Sciences, Rudower Chaussee 5 (3 months), 1990-1991, Virginia Polytechnic. He stay at Institute and State University Professor James Edward McGrath, 2108 Hahn Hall, Blacskburg, VA 24061-0344, 1996 Biomedical Center of the Uppsala University, Biomedical Center of the Uppsala University, Six weeks. His Research interest in polymer branching ,hydrodynamic properties of branched polymers in solutions ,characterization of grafted polymers using SEC with triple light scattering/viscosity/concentration detection ,chromatographic separation of randomnly branched polymers with tetrafunctional branch-points.
Milos NetopilÃk(Research Area)
polymer branching ,hydrodynamic properties of branched polymers in solutions ,characterization of grafted polymers using SEC with triple light scattering/viscosity/concentration detection ,chromatographic separation of randomnly branched polymers with tetrafunctional branch-points.
Professor Yaman has completed his PhD on 1990 from Inonu University. He has published more than 120 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an editorial board member of repute. Between 2010 to 2013, he was selected as member of consultative committee of the Scientific and Social Research Council of Turkey. Professor Yaman supervised 11 Ph.D.: 9 completed, 22 M.Sc. He has an International Book Chapter, Air Pollution-Monitoring,Modelling,Health and Control:Chapter 2: Comprehensive Comparison of Trace Metal Concentrations in Inhaled Air Samples