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Dr. Mohamed El Sayed Hassan Shaltout received his Ph.D. degree with Thesis in Physical Oceanography. In âInvestigation of Sea Wave Characteristics and Near Shore Circulation Using Hydrodynamic Modeling and Remote Sensing Techniques in Front of the Nile Delta" form Faculty of Science, University of Alexandria , Alexandria, Egypt (2004-2008). He is the Associate professor in the Oceanography Department, Faculty of Science, University of Alexandria, Egypt (since July 2014). He has received many awards/honors such as: Awarded Prize check for the prevalence in oceanography, from the Faculty of Science, University of Alexandria, Egypt (1996). Awarded Certificate of Appreciation from Association of Scientists, Egypt (1997). Awarded fund of 54,000 Swedish kronur from Adlerbertska forskningsstiftelsen (2010). Awarded Scholarship fund for 18 month from Swedish Institute for postdoctoral studies University of Gothenburg, Sweden (2011). Awarded fund of 50,000 Swedish kronur from stiftelsen OLLE ENGKVIST Bygmastäre (2012). Awarded fund of 20,000 Swedish kronur from Herbert & Karin Jacobssons Stiftelse (2013). Awarded fund of 45,000 Swedish kronur from stiftelsen OLLE ENGKVIST Bygmastäre (2013). Awarded Scholarship fund for 7 months from ICTP center, Italy and Awarded 6 month scholarship from IAMC-NCR, Italy (2014). Awarded fund of 10,000 Swedish kronur from Herbert & Karin Jacobssons Stiftelse (2015). He is a Reviwer/Member in the following journals: Journal of Earth Sciences and Climatic Change, Journal of Shipping and Ocean Engineering, Journal of Environmental and Agricultural Sciences (JEAS), Journal of Geomatics, Natural Hazards and Risk and Membership of Swedish Global Environmental Change (GEC) science Gateway. He has 7 Peer reviewed articles in international journals, 6 Peer reviewed Articles in regional or national journals and 5 Presentations at conferences.
Ocean currents and circulation, Meteorology, Climate change, Physical oceanography, Dynamical oceanography and Remote sensing.
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