Tuesday, November 29th, 2023.
The Nanoscience and Technology Program, Faculty of Science, in collaboration with Cellena Scientific, organized the highly anticipated GU Second Nano Science Day. This event brought together a diverse range of experts, researchers, and enthusiasts in the field of nanoscience, creating a platform for knowledge sharing and networking.
The event featured a series of engaging workshops delivered by keynote experts, each addressing a unique aspect of nanoscience. Dr. Gomaa A. M. Ali Sanad from Al Azhar University presented a workshop on “Waste Recycling Technologies for Nanomaterial Manufacturing Sustainability.” His insightful session shed light on innovative approaches to ensure sustainable practices in nanomaterial production through waste recycling technologies.
Prof. Mohamed Farhat Osman from Zewail City gave a workshop titled “Computational Nanophotonics: Basics and Applications.” Attendees gained insights about the foundations of computational nanophotonics and explored its diverse range of applications, opening up new possibilities for research and development in the field.
Dr. Hassan Nageh from The British University in Egypt shared his expertise in his workshop titled “Nanotechnology: From the Laboratory to Scalability and Application.” This session provided valuable insights into the journey of nanotechnology, from its inception in the laboratory to its practical implementation on a larger scale. Attendees gained a comprehensive understanding of the challenges and opportunities associated with scaling up nanotechnology for real-world applications.
Throughout the event, participants had the unique opportunity to engage with these leading experts and broaden their knowledge of nanoscience. The interactive nature of the workshops facilitated lively discussions, enabling attendees to stay updated with the latest advancements and emerging trends in the field.