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  Dr. Shaltout is one of the most famous leading intellectuals in the Arab world, and is well known to the general public through television, radio and daily newspapers.

Also he is an independent writer on the subjects of national strategy and projects in the field of scientific Research, technology development, energy and the environment.

Recently he has suggested a few worldwide projects for the 21st century in articles written for international journals.

They include solar hydrogen production from Nasser lake in Upper Egypt,
the Abu Simbel radio telescope in Upper Egypt, and testing the Martian exploration instruments in the western desert of Egypt. On a lightly
different note, his a vocational interests are reading, history, philosophy,
the arts, classical music and museum.


Mosalam SHALTOUT in Granada - Spain at September 2008 during the International Conference on Cosmology in Cultures CAC 2008. The background is El-Hammra Palace.s
 
 

Family Name : Mosalam SHALTOUT
First Given Name : Mosalam
Middle Name : Ahmed
Sex : Male
Date of Birth : May 9, 1946
Place of Birth : Abo – Hamad, El-Sharkia, Egypt.
Nationality : Egyptian
Marital Status : Married
Number of Sons : Two boys (engineers)
Office (Mailing) Address: National Research Institude of Astronomy and Geophysics (NRIAG), Helwan, Cairo, Egypt.
Phone : +202-25560046     +202-25560645
Fax :     +202-25548020     +202-24011298
Mobile Phone : +2-010-5156443
E–mail : mosalam_shaltout@yahoo.com
Website : www. m-shaltout. com

Home Address:

House 6, Block 4, Flat 72B, Near Wimpy, Rabaa El Adawia, Nasr City,
Cairo, Egypt. Phone : (202) 22630833

Educational Background:

University
Major Field
Degree
Year Awarded
Cairo Physics and Astronomy B.Sc. 1967
Cairo Solar Physics M.Sc. 1973
Cairo Solar Physics Ph.D. 1977

- One complete educational year (from September 1974 to June 1975) for training and data collection at the Central Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics, Academy of Sciences, Potsdam, Germany.

Languages :
1. Arabic ( Mother language): very good
2. English : good.
3. German : fair

                                                            THE ROOTS

In August 787A.D. a young boy (18 years) named Idriss (he was the son of Abdallah the son of the second Hassan the son of the first Hassan, the son of Ali-Abo Taaleb, the fourth Calipha in Islam, and the husband of Fattama Al-Zahraa, the daughter of the Prophet Mohammed. This young boy Idriss reached Walili in El-Magreb, he was escaped from Calipha El-Abassey in Baghdad-Iraq, because this young boy killed the president of the police in the holy city Medina (where the grave of the Prophet Mohammed) in a revolution against El-Abassey Calipha. The boy married from very beautiful girl named Kenza, she was the daughter of one of the Barber leaders in the North of Africa. Idriss, after the death of the father of his wife, became the King of the Barber in Walili. He build a strong state named “Idrissian State”, it was contained all the Magreb (Alger + Morocco + Mauritania) and he spread the Islam in these regions and he built a capital for him, it is Fas, the large and nice city till now in Morocco. There was a continuos war between Idrissian people and Calipha in Baghdad, and Calipha in Cordoba also. The Idrissian state in 980 A.D. was finished by Beny Omea in Andalusia, where Beny Omea were the badest people against the Alian people through the Islam history. But a branch of Idrissian Family remained in Malela in the north of Morocco. After 34 years, they became strong and named, Beny Hamod. They built a very strong army from Barber, and return to the war against Calipha in Cordoba. The prince Ali Ben Hamod in Sebta in the north of Morocco crossing the sea in 1014A.D., he occupied Malaga, and in 1015A.D. he occupied Al Munecar, and in January 1016 A.D., he is the winner against Calipha in Cordoba, in the final Battle about 10km from Cordoba. The prince Ali Ben Hamod occupied Cordoba, and become Calipha of the western Islamic Empire, and named himself “El-Naser Ldin Allah”, and controlled Andalusia from Cordoba, he finished the role of Beny Omea without back in the Islam history. In March 1018 A.D., Ali Ben Hamod, was killed, and his brother El-Kassem (Abo Mohammed) became Calipha. But the son of Ali Ben Hamod named Abd-Al Rahman returned again in December 1023 A.D to become Calipha and son on. The role of Beny Hamod was finished in Andalusia in 1040A.D. But, their role was continued in Malaga till 1057, where they returned to Malela in the north of Morocco, in 1064A.D. their role in El-Magrab was finished also. Some of the Idrissian Family came to Egypt in 1216A.D. as hoursers to participate in the war of Muslims against Tatar (Holako). After the winning of Muslims in Ain-Gallot Battle against Tatar, and cancelled them from the North of the Arabian Peninsula. The grand father of SHALTOUT from the Idrissian Family, remained in Egypt. SHALTOUT borned since 300 years from the presents in Bhera (The western part on the Nile Delta) and his original name is: Sidi Abd-Elkader El-Sharif (one of the grand sons of the prophet Mohammed). For any map of Egypt of scale one to million, any one can see SHALTOUT flage (Allem) in the western edge of the Nile delta, and in the South of Alexandria by about 70km where, this was the campus of SHALTOUT during his war and revolution against the Turkish occupation for Egypt. This desert area is the origion of all SHALTOUT family in Egypt, but they spread now, in all of Egypt from Alexandria to Aswan as the largest family in Egypt in quantity and quality. The total blood of SHALTOUT (Arabian + Barber + Andalusian + Egyptian). SHALTOUT is the thirteen grand father of Mosalam.


 
       



- Faculty of Science, King Abd-El-Aziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, (1985).

- Minister of State for Scientific Research, Cairo, Egypt, (1988).

- Faculty of Science, El-Menia University, El-Menia, Egypt, (1996).

- Minister of State for Scientific Research, Cairo, Egypt, (1996).

- Prince Fahed El-Yoseef El- Saud El- Sabah, Chairman, The Scientific Club of Kuwait, Kuwait (2000).

- International Educators’ Hall of Fame 2000 Inductee, Hall of Fame, California, USA, in Collaboration with Center for Development English Language Teaching, Ain Shames University, Cairo, Egypt (2000).



Honour Coats of Mail From :

(1) The Egyptian Military Authority of Armament (1996).

(2) The National Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics NRIAG,
Egypt (1988).


(3)
The Arab Radio and Television ART, Saudi Arabia (2000).


(4)
The Jourdian Astronomical Society (2000).


(5)
The Scientific Club of Kuwait (2000).


(6)Al-Gazera TV Space Channel, Qatar (2003).



Scientific Referee and Nominator :

1. Key referee and member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the International Journal “Renewable Energy” the official Journal of WREN (The World Renewable Energy Network), U.K.

2. Referee for the International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, the official Journal of the International Association for Hydrogen Energy ( IAHE), USA.

3. Referee for the International Journal of Solar Energy Education, the official Journal of the International Association for Solar Energy Education (IASEE), Sweden.

4. Referee for papers published in the International Journal “Advances in Space Research”, of the Committee on Space Research (COSPAR), France.

5. Nominator for Candidates for the annual Blue Planet Prize, as defined by the Asahi Glass Foundation, nominator is one of the people who have down started a deep understanding of today’s environmental concerns and who believe in the importance of International Cooperation in the search for Solutions (The prize is 50 Million Yn ) Japan .

6. Referee for many of scientific Journals in Egypt and the Arab World.

7. Referee for M.Sc. and Ph.D. Thesis awarded from Egyptian and Arabian Universities.

8. Referee for the Scientific production for the degrees (Assistant professor, Associate professor, and Full Professor) for Egyptian and Arabian Scientific Staff.

9. Referee for the Scientific production for the degrees (Assistant professor, Associate professor, and Full Professor) for Egyptian and Arabian Scientific Staff in Universities and Research Centers

 



 
 
Employer
Position
From – To
 
  - Nat. Res. Inst. of Astronomy and Geophysics (NRIAG) Researcher Assitanat 1968 - 1977  
  - NRIAG, Helwan, Egypt Researcher 1978-1980  
  - Department of Physics, Associate Professor 1981 - 1985  
  - Faculty of Science, King      
  Abd El-Aziz University,
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
       
  - NRIAG, Helwan, Egypt Full Professor 6 May, 1987- Now  
  - Vice Chairman of Solar and
Space Res. Dept. (NRIAG)
  May 1989–May 1995  
  - Chairman of Solar and Space Res. Dept. (NRIAG)   June 1995–Sept 1998  
  - Vice chairman of Solar and
Space Res. Dept. (NRIAG)
  Oct. 1998 - Apr. 2002  
  - Professor and Chairman of Space Science and Renewable Energy Research, Institude of Environment Research, Menofia University.   May, 2002- Dec. 2005  
 

Present Employment:

- Professor of Solar-Terrestrial physics in National Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics, Helwan, Cairo, Egypt.

- Professor and Chairman of Space Environment Research in the Egyptian Space Program, Heliobules, Cairo. (August 2006)

- Vice – President of the Arab Union for Astronomy and Space Sciences (AUASS), Arab League, Cairo, Egypt. (Starting from 21 August , 2002).

Field of Specialization:

Solar Physics and Space Science (Solar Flares, Space Weather, Solar Radiation, Solar Cell, and Photovoltaic Systems).


 
 
  • The Country Encouragement Prize in Physics for 1986.
  • The Country Medal of Excellency of the First Class in 1995 from the President of Egypt Republic “Mr. Hussni Mubarak”.
  • Biography of the National Outstanding Persons, Cairo, Egypt, (1992).
  • Who's Who in the World, Marquis Publisher, New Jersey, USA, 16th Edition, (1999), and the consequent editions till now.
  • Man of the year (1999), American Biographical Institute (ABI), (1999).
  • Who’s who in Science and Engineering, The Millennium Edition (2001), Marquis Publisher, New Jersey, USA, (2001), and the consequent editions till now.
  • 2000 Outstanding Scientists of the 20th Century, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England, (2000). In dedication (First Edition) with silver medal, and the consequent editions till now.
  • 2000 outstanding Intellectuals of the 2oth Century, International Biographical Center (IBC), Cambridge, England, First edition (2000).
  • 2000 outstanding scholars of the 20th century, IBC, Cambridge, England, First Edition, (2001) , and the consequent editions till now.
  • 500 Leading Intellectuals of the world, Millennium Issue , American Biographical Institute (ABI), (2000) with golden medal, and the consequent editions till now.
  • The Global 500. Barons Who’s Who Publisher, California, USA (2001).
  • The 500 Great mind in the early 21st century, Barons Who’s Who Publisher, California, USA (2002).
  • Atlas of the Arab World, including the most famous persons in the Arab World, Beyrouth, Lebanon, (2001), and the consequent editions till now.
  • Outstanding people of the 21st century, first edition, (2002), IBC, Cambridge, England, and the consequent editions till now.
  • 2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st century, International Biographical Center (IBC), Cambridge, England, First Edition, (2003).
  • 2000 Eminent Scientists of Today, International Biographical Center (IBC), Cambridge, England, First Edition, (2003).
  • 500 Distinguished Professors of the Barown Who’s Who Society, BWW Publisher, California, USA, First Edition, (2003).
  • Certificates of Outstanding Work From:
    - Faculty of Science, King Abd-El-Aziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, (1985).
    - Minister of State for Scientific Research, Cairo, Egypt, (1988).
    - Faculty of Science, El-Menia University, El-Menia, Egypt, (1996).
    - Minister of State for Scientific Research, Cairo, Egypt, (1996).
    - Prince Fahed El-Yoseef El- Saud El- Sabah, Chairman, The Scientific Club of Kuwait, Kuwait (2000).
    - International Educators’ Hall of Fame 2000 Inductee, Hall of Fame, California, USA, in Collaboration with Center for Development English Language Teaching, Ain Shames University, Cairo, Egypt (2000).


 


 
 
Membership of the International Societies and Organizations:
  • Vice – President of the Arab Union of Space Science and Astronomy, Arab League, Cairo, Egypt.
  • Member of the management committee of the World Renewable Energy Network (WREN), UK. (1992-1996).
  • International Solar Energy Society ISES, Germany, (National Contact). (1988-1996).
  • International Association for Solar Energy Education IASEE, Sweden, (National Contact) (1992 – 2000).
  • International Energy Foundation 1EF (1990 - 2000).
  • World Organization for Electro technology (1985 – 1990).
  • International Astronomical Union IAU.
  • International Union of Radio Science URSI (Egypt representative and official member of Commission J-Radio Astronomy)
  • Associate Member of Committee on Space Research COSPAR. Official member of scientific Commissions A, D, and E.
  • Commissions A on space studies of the earth's surface, Meteorology and Climate.
    Commissions D on space plasma in the solar system, including planetary Magnetosphere.
    Commissions F on Research in Astrophysics from space.
  • Deputy coordinator for North Africa of the Working Group on Space Science in Africa (WGSSA) from 1966 till now. (South Africa).
  • Coordinator for Africa and the Middle East for the World Institute of Space Environment Research (WISER) from February 2005 till now. (Sao Jouse, Brazil).
  • Member of the Society of Europe for Astronomy in Culture ( SEAC ). Spain
  • Member of the Arab Union for Archaeologists, Egypt.
  • Member of the Egypt Exploration Society, U.K.
  • Honor member for the society of the History of Cosmical physics and Geophysics, Germany.

Membership of National and Societies and committees:

  • Technical Committee for the Supreme Council of Scientific Research of Egypt. (1994-1996).
  • The National Specialized Council of Space Research (Strategic Branch, and Space Technology Branch) (1998 – 2000).
  • Egyptian Geophysical Society
  • Egyptian Astronomical Society
  • Egyptian Society of Biophysics
  • National Committee of Solar Pond (1985 – 1990)
  • National Committee of Photovoltaic (1985 – 1990)
  • National Committee of Electro-technology (1985 – 1990)
  • National Committee of Radio Science
  • National Committee of Astronomy
  • Egyptian Society of Remote Sensing
  • Egyptian Geographic Society.
   
 


World Congress, International Conferences, Symposiums, Colloquiums, Seminars, and Workshops:


1. International Symposium on Applications of Solar and Renewable Energy ASRE 86, March 23 - 26, 1986, Cairo - Egypt.

2. International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture in Housing PLEA 86, September 1 -5, 1986, Pe'cs - Hungary.

3. The Second International Conference on Desert Development, January 25 -30, 1987, Cairo - Egypt.

4. ISES Solar World Congress 1987, September 13 - 18, 1987, Hamburg -Germany.

5. The Third International Arab Conference of Solar Energy, February 21 - 24, 1988, Baghdad , Iraq.

6. The Thirteen International Congress of Statistics, Computer, Science, Social and Demographic Research, March 26 - 31, 1988, Cairo – Egypt.

7. Workshop on " Physical Climatology and Meteorology for Environmental Applications " 23 May - 17 June, 1988, International Centre for Theoretical Physics ICTP, Trieste - Italy.

8. Cairo First International Symposium on New and Renewable Energy, June 13

16, 1988, Cairo - Egypt.

9. International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture PLEA '88, July 26 -31, 1988, Porto - Portugal.

10. Euroforum '88 on New Energies, October 24 - 28, 1988, Saarbrucken -Germany.

11. International Symposium on Applications of Solar and Renewable Energy ASRE 89, March 19 - 22, 1989, Cairo - Egypt.

12. Workshop on "Materials Science and Physics on Non-Conventional Energy Sources", September 11 - 29, 1989, ICTP, Trieste - Italy.

13. The Third International Conference on " Applied Optics in Solar Energy” AOSE '89, October 2 - 6, 1989, Praha - Czechoslovakia.

14. - International Seminar on Climatic Fluctuations and Water Management December 11 - 14, 1989, Cairo - Egypt.

15. World Conference on Preparing for Climate Change, December 17 - 21, 1989, Cairo - Egypt.

16. International Conference on "Chromospheric and Coronal Heating Mechanisms", June 5-8, 1990, Heidelberg - Germany.

17. Workshop on "Atmospheric Boundary Layer Physics : Part II Air Pollution Modeling for Environmental Impact Assessment", June 4 - 15, 1990, ICTP, Trieste - Italy.

18. IAU Colloquium No.130 "Sun and Cool Stars", July 17 - 21, 1990, Helsinki -Finland.

19. -World Renewable Energy Congress, September 23 - 28, 1990, Reading - United Kingdom.

20. Cairo Second International Symposium on Renewable Energy Sources, October l - 4, 1990, Cairo - Egypt.

21. The European - Mediterranean Seminar on Solar Thermal Technologies, November 8 - 10, 1990, Nicosia-Cyprus.

22. International Workshop on Solar Cell and Photovoltaic Systems, Tripoli, Libya, 15 - 20 June, 1991.

23. ISES Solar World Congress, August 1991, Denver, Colorado, USA.

24. Eruptive Solar Flares, IAU Colloquium 133, Iguauso, Argentina, l - 5 August, 1991.

25. -The Second World Renewable Energy Congress, Reading, United Kingdom, 13-18 September 1992.

26. The 11th European Conference on Photovoltaic, Montreux - Switzerland, 12-16 October 1992.

27. ISES Solar World Congress 1993, Budapest-Hungary, 23-27 August 1993.

28. International Conference on Applications of Time Series Analysis in Astronomy and Meteorology, University of Padoua, Italy, 6-10 September 1993.

29. Workshop on Materials Sciences and Physics on Non-Conventional Energy Sources, September 11-20, 1993, ICTP, Trieste-Italy.

30. The 10th World Hydrogen Energy Conference, Cocoa Beach, Florida, USA, 20-24 June 1994.

31. 30th General Assembly of COSPAR, Hamburg-Germany, 11-21 July 1994.

32. The Third World Congress on Renewable Energy, Reading, UK, 11-16 September, 1994.

33. The First International Conference on Solar Electricity Photovoltaics and Wind, Cairo, Egypt, October 3-7, 1994.

34. Cairo Fourth International Conference on Energy, Development and Environment, Cairo, Egypt, October 24-27, 1994.

35. Technologies for Energy Efficiency and Environmental Protection Conference and Exhibition, Cairo, March 26-30, 1995.

36. IAU Colloquium 153, Magnetic and Dynamic Phenomena in the Solar Atmosphere, Makuhari near Tokyo, Japan, 22-26 May 1995.

37. UN/IAF Workshop on "Space Technology for Health Care and Environmental Monitoring in the Developing World", 28 September to 1 October 1995, Oslo, Norway.

38. 46th International Astronautical Federation IAF, 2 to 6 October 1995, Oslo, Norway.

39. 13th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition, Nice, France, 23 - 27 October 1995.

40. Workshop on High Efficiency Solar Generators; World Solar Summit, Sophia Antipolis, France, 30-31 October, 1995.

41. - UN/ESA Workshop on Basic Space Science From small telescope to space missions, Colombo, Sri Lanka, 11-14 January 1996

42. High-level Expert Meeting for Arab States , Solar Energy for Fresh Water, Culture, and Environment, World Solar Summit Process, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman, 23-26 March 1996.

43. 11th World Hydrogen Energy Conference, 23-28 June 1996, Stuttgrat, Germany.

44. -31st COSPAR Scientific Assembly, 14-21 July 1996, Birmingham, UK. COSPAR 96.

45. XXVth General Assembly of International Union of Radio Science (URSI), Lille, France, August 23- September 5, 1996.

46.Combined Conference 4th Conference on Applications of Solar and Renewable Energy, with the 2nd Conference on Solar electricity (photovoltaic and wind) April 14-18, 1996, Cairo - Egypt.

47.Cairo Fifth International Conference on Energy and Environment, Cairo -Egypt, 3-6 June, 1996.

48. UN/ESA 6th Workshop on Basic Space Sciences, 8-13 September 1996, Bonn, Germany

49. International conference on Mobile planetary Robots , held 29 January –l February 1997, Santa Monica, California, USA.

50. Workshop on planetary drills, JPL-NASA, Pasadena, California, USA, held in 28 January 1997.

51. 4th International Conference on Solar Energy Storage and Applied Photochemistry, Cairo, Egypt, 1-6 January, 1997

52. The First International Conference , Trade fair on Environmental Management and Technologies, February 13-16, 1997, Cairo, Egypt.

53. The Third Arab Conference on Aviation and Space Culture, Susa, Tunis, July 1997

54. 23rd General Assembly of International Astronomical Union (IAU), Kyoto, Japan, 18 - 30 August, 1997.

55. The Fourth IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits, and Systems; Cairo, Egypt, 15 - 18 December, 1997.

56. The First International Training Workshop on Photochemistry, Cairo, Egypt, 17-22 December, 1997.

57. The Sixth Arab International Conference on Solar Energy, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman, 30 March - 2 April, 1998.

58. The Sixth Cairo International Conference on Energy and Environment, Cairo, Egypt, May 1998.

59. 32nd COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Nagoya, Japan, 12 - 19 July, 1998.

60. The Fifth World Renewable Energy Congress, Florence, Italy 20-25,September, 1998.

61. The 8th International Conference on Egyptology, 26 March – 1 April, 2002. Cairo, Egypt.

62. 33rd COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Warsaw, Poland, July, 2000.

63. The Fourth Arab Conference on Astronomy and Space Science, Al-Bayt University, El- Mafreq, Jordan, 28-31 August 2000.

64. The First Solar and Space weather Euro conference “The Cycle and Terrestrial Climate”, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife, Canari Islands, Spain, 25-29 September 2000.

65. Helio- and Asteroseismology at the dawn of the Millenium (SOHO 10/ GONG 2000 Workshop), Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife, Canari Island, Spain, 2-6 October 2000.

66. IAGA and IASPEI Joint Scientific Assembly 2001, Hanoi, Vietnam, 19-31 August 2001.

67. The Second World Conference on Technology Advances for Sustainable Development, and Renewable Energy Workshop, 11-14 March 2002, Cairo, Egypt.

68. The 2nd African Summit for Sciences and Technologies, from 19 to 21 March 2002, Nouakchott University, Nouakchott, Mauritania.

69. The Astronomical Meeting for the Gulf Observatory, Kuwait Scientific Club, 16-18 April 2002, Kuwait (Invited as consultant) .

70. The 6th Symposium on the European VLBI Network (EVN), 25-28 June 2002, Bonn, Germany.

71. World Renewable Energy Congress-VII, 29 June – 5 July 2002, Cologne, Germany.

72. Chapman Conference on Corotating Solar wind streems and recurrent Geomagnetic Activity, Mandus, Amazons, Brazil, 6 - 12 February, 2005.

73. International Workshop on Space Environment Research, Rio Januro, Brazil, 15 - 16 February, 2005.

74. The Tenth Cairo International Conference on Energy and Environment, Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt (March 2006).

75. The third world conference for Space Environment WSEF 2007. Alexandria Bibilotica, Alexandria, Egypt, 20-25 October 2007. (Chairman).

76. The First International Conference on the History of Science at Arabs and Muslims, 23-27 March 2008, Al-Shareqa University, Al-Shareqa, United Arab of Emirates.

77. The First International Regional Conference of IAU in Africa, 4-10 April 2008, Cairo, Egypt.


 
   
  1.The 4th Annual Meeting of the Egyptian Geophysical Society, December 29 - 30, 1985, Cairo - Egypt.

2. The 5th Annual Meeting of the Egyptian Geophysical Society, March 29 - 30, 1987, Cairo - Egypt.

3. The Sixth National Radio Science Conference, February 19 - 21, 1989, Military Technical College, Cairo - Egypt.

4.The Seventh National Radio Science Conference, February 20-22, 1990, Military Technical College, Cairo - Egypt.

5.The First Conference on Lake Nasser Development, April 1995, Aswan -Egypt.

6.The Second Conference on Lake Nasser Development, March 1996, Aswan -Egypt

7.The Fifth National conference on Environmental Studies and Research, 10-12, December 1996, Cairo , Egypt.

8.The 15th National Radio Science Conference, February 1998, Faculty of Engineering, Helwan, Cairo, Egypt.

9.The 16 National Radio Science Conference, February 1999, Ain Shames University, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo, Egypt.

10.The 17 National Radio Science Conference, February 2000, Sheben El-Kom, Menofia University, Faculty of Engineering.

11. The 18 National Radio Science Conference, March 2001, Mensora, Mensora University, Faculty of Engineering.

12. The 20 nation+al radio science conference. March 2003, Cairo, the Authority of the atomic energy, Nasr Ciry.

13. The 23 National Radio Science Conference, March 2006, Minuf, Minufiya University, Egypt.

14. The 24 National Radio Science Conferences March 2007, Ain Shams University, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo, Egypt.

 
   
1. Visitor Associate Professor to the Central Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics, Academy of Sciences, Potsdam - Germany for three weeks during September 1986.

2. Visitor Professor to the Faculty of Sciences - Department of Physics, Salah El Din University, Irbeel - Iraq for two weeks during May 1989.

3. Visitor Professor to the Faculty of Engineering, the University of Melbourne, Melbourne - Victoria - Australia for three weeks during November 1989.

4. Visitor Professor to the Institute of Solar Energy Technology ISET, University of Kassel , Germany for one week during May 1990.

5. Visitor Professor to the Department of Space Technologies of Marmara Research Centre (TUBITAK), Gebze - Kocaeli, Turkey, for two weeks, l6to 30 July 1995.

6. Visitor Professor to Max – Plank - Institute of Radio Astronomy, for one week April 1997, Bonn , Germany.

7.Visitor Professor to Max-Plank-Institute of Radio Astronomy, for two weeks, June 1998, Bonn, Germany.

8. Visitor Professor to Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research, Baden­Wuerttemberg, Stuttgart, Germany, for one week, June 1998.

9. Visitor Professor for the Austrian Space Research Institute, Graz, Austria, for two weeks, October 2000.

10. Visitor Professor for the Max-Plank-Institute for Radio astronomy from 24 June to 10 July 2002, Bonn, Germany.

11 . Visitor Professor for king Abd Al- Aziz University. Astronomical department, 15-31 august 2003, Jeddah. Saudi Arabia.

12. Visitor Professor for the Max-Plank- Institute for Radio Astronomy, Bonn, (Two weeks), March 2004.

13. Visitor Professor for the National Institute of Space Research (INPE), Sao Jouse, Brazil, February 2005.

14. Visitor Professor for the Canary Astrophysical Institute, Tenerife, Spain, 18Feb. -2 March, 2006.

15. Visitor Professor for Paris Observatory, 13-31 May 2008 , Meudon - Paris, France.

 
   
  Contributions in Organizing the International Conferences of Solar and Renewable Energies and Referee for International Journals of Renewable Energy:

1- Member of International Scientific Committee of the International Symposium on Applications of Solar and Renewable Energy ASRE 89, March 19 - 22, 1989, Cairo - Egypt.

2- Member of the International Organizing Committee of the Third International Conference on "Applied Optics in Solar Energy" AOSE '89, October 2-6, 1989 Praha - Czechoslovakia.

3- Member of the International Organizing Committee of Cairo Second International Symposium on Renewable Energy Sources, October l - 4, 1990, Cairo - Egypt, and Chairman for Technical Session.

4- Member of the International Organizing Committee of the Fourth International Conference on "Applied Optics in Solar Energy" AOSE 91, July 1 - 5, 1991 Praha - Czechoslovakia.

5- Head of the Egyptian Delegation in Denver Roundtable "Solar Energy Solution for an Environmentally Sustainable World", 16-17 August 1991, Colorado, USA.

6- Member of the International Advisory Committee of ISES 1991 Solar World, Congress, August 17 - 24, 1991, Denver - Colorado 7- USA, and Chairman for Technical Session

8- Chairman of the International Advisory Committee of the International Symposium on Applications of Solar and Renewable Energy, ASRE '92, April 19 - 22, 1992, Cairo - Egypt, and the General Secretary of ASRE'92.

9- Member of the International Steering Committee of the Second World Renewable Energy Congress, 13 - 18 September 1992, Reading – United Kingdom.

10- Member of the International Organizing Committee of ISES 1993 Solar World Congress, August 23-27, 1993, Budapest-Hungary, and Chairman for three Technical Sessions on Photovoltaic.

11- Member of the International Steering Committee of the Third World Congress on Renewable Energy, 11-16 September 1994, Reading, United Kingdom, and Chairman for The Plenary Session on "Major Programs".

12- Member of International Committee of Cairo Fourth Conference on Energy, Development and Environment, 24-27 October, 1994, and Chairman for Technical Session.

13- Chairman of the Scientific Committee of the Combined Conference of 4th Conference on Applications of Solar and Renewable Energy, with the 2nd Conference on Solar Electricity.
(Photovoltaic and wind), 14-18 April, 1996, Cairo - Egypt, and Chairman of Technical Session.

14- Member of the International Steering Committee of the Fourth World Congress on Renewable Energy, Denver - Colorado, USA, 15-21 June 1996, and Chairman of two Technical Sessions.

15- Member of the International Committee of Cairo Fifth International Conference on Energy and Environment, 3-6       June 1996, Cairo - Egypt.

16- Chairman and Co-chairman for Plenary Sessions in seven International Conferences and Symposiums.

17- Member of the International steering Committee of the Fifth world Renewable Energy Congress, Florence Italy,       20-25 September 1998.

18- Member of the International Advisory Committee of the Sixth Arab International Solar Energy Conference,       Muscat- Sultanate of Oman, March 29-April 1st, 1998. (Also, invited speaker and chairman for session).

19-Member of the international steering committee of the world renewable energy congress VIII, 28 August – 3      September 2004, Denver, Colorado . U.S.A

20-
Member of the international organizing committee of the IAU / Cospar workshop on x-ray astronomy, 28 June –       15 July 2004 durbun , south Africa

21-
Member of the International steering committee of the World Renewable Energy Congress VII, 29 June – 5 July       2002, Cologne, Germany.

22- Referee for papers published in the International Journal of WREN "Renewable Energy", and member of its       Editorial Advisory Board (U.K).

23- Referee for papers published in the International Journal "Hydrogen Energy", of the International Association for       Hydrogen Energy (IAHE), USA.

24- Referee for papers published in the International Journal "Progress in the Solar Energy Education", of the International Association for Solar Energy Education (IASEE), Sweden.



 
   
  Authored books ( in English ):

- Egyptian Solar Radiation Atlas (1991) and (1998).
- Typical Solar Radiation Year For Egypt (1991).
- The Ancient Egyptian Civilization Between Lies And Reality, Minufiya University Press (2003)


Authored Books (in Arabic):


- The Sun and Nile Flood (1988)
- Energy Management and the Future Horizons (1989)
- Solar Energy for the 21st Century (under print)
- Solar Geometry at the Ancient Egyptians (under print)

 

Scientific Culture (in Arabic):

- Thirty five articles lectures in Arabic, published in the Egyptian Cultural Scientific Monthly Magazine "EI-Alem" (Science) as a defense about the solar and renewable energies as alternative, clean and safe energies for the future. Also, thirty five articles published in the same magazine about Space Science, Technology and Astroarchology. "El-Alem" is the "Scientific Arabian", more than 50,000 copies distributed monthly in 20 Arab countries.
Most of these articles are published in parallel in other Arabian Journals as:
1. Science and Technology: Cultural Scientific monthly magazine published by Kuwait Institute of Scientific Research (Kuwait).
2. Almajarra (Galaxy) : Cultural Scientific Monthly Magazine published by Kuwait Science Club (Kuwait).
3. Scientific signs of Qur’an and Sunnah: Quarterly magazine published by Muslim World League, Makkah Al-Mukarraamah (Saudi Arabia).
4. Arab Aviation Review: An Air Transport and Aerospace Quarterly Magazine (Saudi Arabia).
5. Arab Journal of Science: A Scientific Periodical Issued Twice a Year, published by Arab League Educational Cultural and Scientific Organization (ALECSO). (Tunis) .
Also, most of these cultural scientific articles are published in the daily News Journals in Egypt and in the Arabian Gulf Countries.
Also, meetings about these scientific articles are carried out in the Egyptian and Arabian Gulf Countries TV and Radio, BBC, Mont Carlo and Paris Radio (Arab Section). Some of these articles are translated to English and French by Middle East Express, French Express, and American Express and distributed over the entire world, and on the Internet. Also, some of these articles are translated to German, Spanish, and Russian on web sites.



Highlight of the Outstanding Publications:

Egypt Solar Radiation Atlas
Most of the Egyptian lands receive considerable annual amounts of radiation which, therefore, becomes very important as an energy source for the country. It is, therefore, evident that a complete study of the solar energy income with the help of measurements would be great interest. To meet the challenges of users of solar energy such as scientists and engineers, information will present in a simple and convenient form which makes it accessible to everyone.

The first attempt to produce “Egyptian Solar Radiation Atlas” was carried out in 1981 by Mosalam Shaltout, under the title "Solar Energy Input to Egypt", as a special publication of NRIAG, Academy of Scientific Research and Technology, Cairo - Egypt.

It contained 77 information tables for 77 sites in Egypt, and 7 maps showed the distribution of the different components of solar radiation over Egypt. The theory of the Atlas was published under the title "Estimation of the different components of the solar radiation over Egypt from the meteorological data" by Mosalam Shaltout, in the International Journal "Solar-Wind Technology" Vol.1, No.3, pp.175 - 185, 1985.

It would be highly desirable that the first attempt of the Solar Radiation Atlas (Solar Energy Input to Egypt) will be updating for the last ten years (1980-1990), taking into account more recent and more accurate new data. For these reasons, it is suggested that, a new "Egyptian Solar Radiation Atlas" must be carried out.
The Atlas was developed by Mosalam Shaltout under contract to IDEA Inc. as part of the Renewable Energy Field Testing Project initiated and managed by the New and Renewable Energy Authority (NREA), and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Cairo, Egypt. This Egyptian Solar Radiation Atlas deals with (11 elements):


- Actual sunshine duration
- Relative sunshine duration
- Global radiation on horizontal surface
- Relative global radiation on the horizontal surface
- Diffuse solar radiation.
- Diffuse fraction of solar radiation
- Direct normal incidence solar radiation
- Solar energy density on south facing flat plate tilted by the latitude angle ? of the site.
- Solar energy density on full tracking system
- Solar energy density on N-S polar axis and E-W tracking
- Solar energy density on E-W horizontal axis and N-S tracking


Also, the daily, monthly and yearly variability of solar energy over Egypt are discussed and tabulated.
The Atlas includes 144 maps, i.e. 12 monthly maps plus one coloured map for the annual average for each element of the above 11 mentioned elements.
Also, it includes 11 tables for the solar variability, and 13 tables for climatological data.
The maps and tables are derived from data collected over Egypt at:


- 10 stations for measuring the global solar radiation.
- 4 stations for measuring the diffuse solar radiation, and
- 77 stations for measuring the other meteorological parameters.


The Atlas has been printed in Cairo at February 1991, and distributed to all the Egyptian Universities and Research Centers, and some copies were sent abroad.

Typical Solar Radiation Year For Egypt :

     In recent years, the evaluation of the efficiency of the performance of solar energy units is not done by using long-term averages of weather data as input but preferably by using data sets representative of the site that are generated for this purpose. The typical solar radiation year is used as input for computer calculations- simulations- mainly of solar energy system, and building energy consumption, energy conservation, indoor climate and comfort.


     The typical solar radiation year (TSRY) for Egypt generated by using daily data of global solar radiation obtained by measurements at ten stations for long periods. Also, the hourly values of the different components of solar radiation (direct, diffuse, and global) over that ten stations estimated for the typical day (mid-day) of each month, by applying empirical models and using the standard meteorological data for each station.

     The typical solar radiation year for Egypt has been produced as part of the Renewable Energy Field Testing Project initiated and managed by the New and Renewable Energy Authority (NREA) Cairo – Egypt, and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) in Cairo – Egypt in 1991.

 

Long-term Prediction for the Nile Flood:

     Among the major problems confronting humanity as we enter the first decade of the 21th century. That of climatic fluctuations looms ever larger. A series of events has moved climatic studies into the forefront of human affairs. As a result of these developments, the long-term prediction for the Nile flood is very interested. Many authors have suggested that a large portion of climatic change arises from variations in solar constant and activity. As a contribution in this interested field of study, Mosalam Shaltout carried out two researches under the titles:
Variations of the solar activity and irradiance, and their influence on the flooding of the River Nile.

     Correlation analysis between the sunspots and the Nile flood. The two papers are published in Mausam Vol.41, Part 3 and 4, 1990. Mausam is the quarterly journal of the Meteorological Department of India. Also, an invited paper “The ancient Egyptian civilization: Maximum and minimum in coincidence with solar activity”. IAGA and IASPEI joint scientific assembly 2001, section G 6.01, Hanoi, Vietnam , 19-31 August 2001.

Correlation analysis between the sunspots and the Nile flood.

The two papers are published in Mausam Vol.41, Part 3 and 4, 1990. Mausam is the quarterly journal of the Meteorological Department of India.
Also, an invited paper “The ancient Egyptian civilization : Maximum and minimum in coincidence with solar activity”. IAGA and IASPEI joint scientific assembly 2001, section G 6.01, Hanoi, Vietnam , 19-31 August 2001.


Solar Radiation and Air Pollution in Cairo:

Cairo is one of the highest air polluted cities on the earth due to traffic block at the centre, and the heavy industry surrounding the city. A research was carried out for Mosalam Shaltout about the calculation of the average link turbidity factor for the four zones of Cairo (northern, southern, eastern, and western zones). The chemical measurements for the pollutants and dust in the different zones of Cairo supported our results.
A series of papers about solar radiation and air pollution was published in The List (A) of publications.

The Environmental Factors Affecting the Performance of Photovoltaic Systems
A series of papers was published for Mosalam Shaltout about the environmental factors affecting the performance of the solar cells and panels in the hot desert climate, as in the list (A) of publications.
Also, Mosalam Shaltout stressed the need of photovoltaic water pumping; it seems that huge underground water reservoirs exist in very remote regions of south - west Egypt “Eastern Owienat”. The water table is pretty high, and only limited amount of energy is needed in order to make the "desert blossom". A series of papers about the photovoltaic water pumping for desert development were published as in the list (A) of publications.

Suggested International Projects by Mosalm Shaltout:

Solar Hydrogen Project At Nasser Lake In The South Of Egypt
Nasser Lake in the South of Egypt is the second worlds largest man-made lakes of length 500 km , and mean width about 6 km. It contains about 140 billion cubic meter from fresh and renewable water of salinity from 150 to 200 ppm.
The western coast of the Lake is empty flat desert and the nominal annual insulation is more than 2500 kWh / m2. This fact puts the lake in certain classification criteria, on top among the most suitable areas world - wide for solar Hydrogen production.
The objective of the suggested project is the design, installation and safe experimental operation of directly coupled 350 kW concentrated photovolatic-advanced electrolysis system with compressed Hydrogen storage. The plant can be installed in the South of Aswan in Sahara Area near the High Dam at 20 km from Aswan Center on the western coast of Nasser Lake . This plant will be pilot project, and can be extended to become large project for submitting Egypt and Europe by Hydrogen as renewable clean, safe energy for the 21st century.
The module support structure is designed for the proposed site. A rough estimation to the cost of power plant is made. The cooperation of international interested institutions is explored please, see list of publication (A).

Radio Telescope at Abu-Simbel
Building a radio telescope at Abu – Simbel in the south of Egypt as part of the European VLBI Network (EVN) is very important to cover the gab between the radio telescopes in Western Europe and the radio telescope at Harteboesthoek in South Africa. The telescope can be used for solar and stellar observations at wavelength ranging between centimeters and millimeters, and for geodetic VLBI studies. The suggested diameter 32 meter of the telescope and it is expected to work in the frequency rage from 1.4 to 43 GHZ. Abu Simbel characterised by excellent atmospheric transparency, dry climate, and low population without any artificial interference. The cooperation of international interested institutions is being explored, where the telescope will have a diameter of 32 meters. Three papers about that were listed in list of publication (B).

Testing Instruments of Exploration of Planet Mars
The instruments for Mars Rovers to be launched in the time period 2003-2005 can be tested in the Western Desert of Egypt. It is the driest Sahara in the world, and contains a variety of rocks and soil deposited by catastrophic floods early in the history as that occurred in the past history of Mars. Beside, dust storms for 50 scattered days during the year “El-Kamassen” similar to the dust storms in Mars. The instruments to be tested in different sites of the Western desert chosen by their analog with martian desert–like conditions, and contain subsurface water at different depths. The instruments are electromagnetic sounder, magnetic coil, infrared spectrometer, radiometer, coordination and GPS Navigation. The cooperation of international interested institution as NASA, ESA, The Planetary Society (TPS), and Others is being explored. Four papers about that were listed in list B.

National project of Archaeoastronmy for the ancient Egyptian monuments
We can mention that in the 27 issues of the former archaeoastronomy supplement of this Journal, published between 1979 and 2002, only two papers dealt with astronomical alignments of Egyptian monuments and both related to the pyramids, one appearing in 1984 and the other in 2001. This was how things stood at the beginning of the present century, when we decided this situation ought to be certified. To achieve this, Mosalam Shaltout collaborated with Dr. Juan Antonio Belmonte from Institute to de Astrofisica de Canarias (Spain) to plan a project with the main objective of putting the study of ancient Egyptian astronomy on the footing is deserves in the context of present - day Egyptology. An Egyptian - Spanish Mission by the Leading of Mosalam Shaltout has been created under the auspices of the Egyptian Supereme Council of Antiquities, with the aim of measuring the orientation across Egypt, within a reasonable period of time ( Four Years 2003 - 2006 ). Our purpose is to obtain fieldwork data in a quantity sufficient to prove (or disprove), through statistical studies, all the speculation concerning temple orientation from both the top a graphical and astronomical point of view (see list of publication C).

 

 
   
  Supervision on M.Sc. and Ph.D. Thesis:

 



The principal supervisor on the following thesis:

1- Solar Energy Distribution over Egypt; especially for Owienat Area. M.Sc. Thesis by A. H. Hassan, Menofia University - Faculty of Science - Physics Department (awarded in December 1989).

2- Studying the Effect of Environment Conditions in Hot Climate on the Performance of Photovoltaic Systems. Ph.D. Thesis by A. H. Hassan, Menofia University - Faculty of Science - Physics Department, (awarded in August 1995).

3- Atmospheric Transparency at Helwan from Solar Radiation Measurements and its Correlation with Air Pollutants. M.Sc. Thesis by U. A. Ahmed, Helwan University - Faculty of Science - Physics Department ( Awarded in November 1992).

4- Ultraviolet Solar Radiation at Helwan and its Dependence on Atmospheric Conditions. M.Sc. Thesis by A. M. Fathey, Helwan University - Faculty of Science - Physics Department ( awarded in August 1992).

5- Spectroscopic Study for Solar Radiation in Relation with Air Pollutants in greater Cairo. Ph.D. Thesis by M. Metwali, Mansoura University - Faculty of Science - Physics Department (awarded in 1996).

6- Using Optical Glass and Liquid Filter to increase the Solar Cell Performance. M.Sc. Thesis by A. E. Ghettas, Cairo University - Faculty of Science - Physics Department. (awarded in November 1994).

7- Studies on the Different Methods of Predicting Solar Proton Flares. M.Sc. Thesis by O. M. El-Saied, Cairo University - Faculty of Science - Astronomy and Meteorology Department. (awarded in February 1993)

8- Solar Dark Filaments Disappearance and their Influence on Geomagnetic Storms and interplanetary Disturbance. M.Sc. Thesis by M. M. Hussein, Cairo University - Faculty of Science - Astronomy and Meteorology Department (awarded in 1997).

9- The Aerosol Extinction at Line Spectral Band of Solar Radiation over Egypt, M. Sc. Thesis by A.Y. EI-Sayed, Menofia University, Faculty of Science, Physics Department (awarded in 1996).

10- Solar Ultraviolet Radiation over Cairo and its relation with air pollution, M. Sc. Thesis by H. Allam, Menofia University, Faculty of Science, Physics Department (awarded in October 1998).

11- Solar Infrared Radiation over Egypt, M. Sc. Thesis, by T. N. EI-Hosary, Menofia University, Faculty of Science, Physics Department (awarded in1996).

12- Studding The Air Pollutants in Helwan Industrial Area (El-Tabbin) and Its Relation with Solar Radiation and Meteorological Factors, M. Sc. Thesis by E.M.E. Ebied, Cairo University , Faculty of Science , Physics Department. (awardcd in June 1996)

13- Solar Spectra-radiometry for photovoltaic Applications in Egypt, M. Sc. Thesis, by A. M. Mahrous, Helwan University, Faculty of Sciences, Physics Department, (awarded in May 1995).

14- Solar Concentrators for Photovoltaic in the Hot Desert Climate, M. Sc. Thesis, by M. Sabry, Ain Shams University, Faculty of Science, Physics Department, (awarded in February 1996).

15- Numerical Simulation Model For The Prediction of The Optical and Thermal Behaviour of Compound Parabolic Solar Energy Concentrators For Laser Beam Generation, M.Sc. Thesis, by Y. Abd El Fattah, Ain Shames University, Faculty of Science, Physics Department (awarded in 1996).

16- Solar X-rays Variability and its Influence on the Earth's Ionosphere, M. Sc. Thesis by S. El-Genedy, Helwan University, Faculty of Science, Physics Department ( awarded in 1998).

17- Solar Extreme Ultraviolet Radiation Variability and its Influence on Earth's Ozonosphere, M. Sc. Thesis, by Ali Okasha, Helwan University, Faculty of Science, Physics Department. (awarded in 1999)

18- Measurements For Suspended Particles and Aerosols in Comparison with Solar Radiation Attenuation in Different Spectral Bands At Helwan, Ph. D Thesis, by U. A. Ahmed, Helwan University, Faculty of Science, Physics Department (awarded in June 1996).

19- Study of Ultraviolet and Infrared Solar Radiation over Cairo and their Relation with Environmental and Climatological Factors, Ph. D thesis by A.M. Fathey, Menia University, Faculty of Science, Physics Department (awarded in June 1999).

20-Experimental Study for Solar Hydrogen Production by Photovoltaic near Cairo - Egypt, M.SC., by H.K.Elminir, Mansoura University, Faculty of Engineering, Automatic and Control Systems Engineering Department (awarded in 1996).

21- The Variability of Stratospheric Ozone and its relation with Solar activity, M.Sc., Adel A.A. Mohammed, Menofia University, Faculty of Science, Department of Physics (awarded in August 1998).

22- Atmospheric Turbidity from Solar Radiation Analysis at Cairo and Aswan, M.Sc., G.S.M. Saoudy, Menofia University, Faculty of Science, Department of physics (awarded in June 1999).

23- Study the effect of atmospheric pollution on attenuation of the different compounds of solar radiation over Egypt by using harmonic analysis, M. Sc, by Abdalla A. Mohamed, Menofia University, Faculty of Science, Physics Department (awarded in 2000).

24- Solar Gamma Ray Flares from Yohkoh observations in relation to Solar active regions development, Ph.D., by Meha Kassem, Alexandria University, Faculty of Science, Physics Department, Alexandria, Egypt.(awarded in 2003)

25- Spectral Filtration of Concentrated Solar Radiation to Increase Solar Cell Performances, Ph.D., by M. Sabry, Physics Department, Faculty of Science, Helwan University.(Awarded in 2003)

26- Mass distribution great interior points of N-dimensional radially symmetric polytrapes, M.Sc., by H.M. El-Zafarani, Cairo University, Faculty of Science, Department of Astronomy and Meteorology (awarded in 2000).

27- solar radiation and its interaction with the atmosphere and the different applications over Egypt , Ph.D. , by ahmed youssef el-sayad Mohamed , physics department , faculty of science , monufiya university

28-
Solar Radiation And Its Interaction With The Atmosphere And The Different Applications Over Egypt , Ph.D. , By Ahmed Youssef El-sayad Mohamed , Physics Department , Faculty of Science , Monufiya University, (Awarded in 2004)

29-
Studying the Solar Flares and CME's during the 23 rd Solar cycle and their effect on the Ionosphere, Ph.D, by M.Y. Omer, Al-Azahr University, faculty of science, Astronomy Department and Meteorology, (Awarded in June 2008).

30- Solar Flares and CME'S during the solar cycle 23, M.Sc., by R. M. Badr, Physics Department, Faculty of Science, Minufiya University, (Awarded in July 2008)

31- The effect of seasonal variation of solar radiation on the production of Majorana Hortensis plant grown under Bilibis-Sherkia Desert Conditions; by I.M. Hamdy; Institute of Environment studies and Research, Ain Shams University, Cairo ,Egypt.

32- Studding the climatic fluctuation over Egypt in the Twentieth Century; M.SC., by I.S. Gomha, physics Department, Faculty of Science Minufiya University.

33- Solar Energy value for different tracking modes for Toshka area in the upper Egypt; M.SC., G.F.A. Hassan, Physics Department, Faculty of Science, Minufiya University

34- A Comparison study of convective cloud parameterization schemes in Numerical Model (MMS); M.SC., A.G.A. El-Awady, physics Department, Faculty of Science, Minufiya University

 

 
 


List of Publication

There are 190 papers were published for Mosalam Shaltout. 86 papers are in the field of Solar Energy and Environment, as in list (A). 76 papers are in the field of Space Science and Technology, as in list (B), and, 28 papers are in the field of Archoaeastronomy and The History of Astronomy as in list (C). The Total production is 186 scientific papers after M.SC. and Ph.D. Thesis.


I Certify that, all the above data are true

Signature : Mosalam Sahaltout                                                                                 Date : 1 Feb.2008

 

List A

 
  PUBLISHED PAPERS
for Prof. Dr. M.A. Mosalam Shaltout

(Solar Energy and Environment)

A 1. Estimation of the different components of the solar
radiation over Egypt from the meteorological data; Sola
r Wind Technology Vol.1, No 3, pp. 176-185, 1985.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

A 2. Solar Energy Characteristics and some photovoltaic testing
results in Jeddah; Solar Wind Technology, Vol.3, No.3, pp. 173-187, 1986.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

A 3. Atmospheric transmission and diffuse fraction of solar energy
over Egypt; International Symposium on Applications of Solar and
Renewable Energy, Proceedings pp. 35-44, March 23-26, 1986. Cairo, Egypt.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.


A 4. Solar radiation over the western region of Saudi Arabia and its correlation
with climatological Data; International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture in Housing, Proceedings pp. H-62 to H-81, Pecs - Hungary, Sept. 1-5, 1986.
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, O.M. Jamjoom, and M.A. El-Sheick Weis.

A 5. Availability of solar energy with different tracking modes in the western
Oases of Egypt, Advances in Desert and Arid Land Technology and
Development, Vol.5, pp 289-306, Edited by Adli Bishay and Harold Dregene, Harward Academic Publishers, New York, 1991.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

A 6. Solar net radiation over water in a class "A" evaporation pan at Giza, estimated on the base of its close relationship with global radiation; Solar Energy Vol.41, No.3, pp. 247-253, 1988.
M.H. Omar and M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

A 7. Solar net radiation over a bare wet field at Giza, Estimated on the base of its close relationship with global radiation; Solar Wind Technology Vol.5, No.2, pp.l35-189, 1988.
M.H. Omar and M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

A 8. Solar energy potential to Oweinat; Proceedings of the ISES Solar World
Congress 1987, Hamburg- Germany, Sep. 13-18, 1987, Vol.4, pp.3381-
3886, Edited by W.H. Bloss and F. Pfisterer.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout and A.H. Hassan.

 

A 9. Photovoltaic defects in the solar belt; Proceedings of the ISES Solar World Congress 1987, Hamburg - Germany, Sep. 13-18,1987. Vol.1, pp.247-252, Edited by W.H. Bloss and F. Pfisterer
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

A 10. Solar radiation and air pollution in Cairo; Proceedings of the Third International Arab Conference of Solar Energy; Baghdad-Iraq, Feb 21-24, 1988, pp.l.53- 1.85, Edited by N.I. Al-Hamadani and others.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

A 11. Simple Method for Computation of solar radiation for different latitudes in Egypt; IE (1) journal - IOP, Vol.68, June 1988, Pages 53-60.
N.H. Helwa, M.T.Y. Tadros, and M.A.Mosalam . Shaltout.

A 12. Solar energy potential to Owienat from measured data; Proceedings of the Second Cairo International Symposium on new and renewable energy; Cairo 13-16 June 1988. Edited by A. EI-Sharkawy.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout and A.H. Hassan.

 

 
A 13. Solar Energy Variability over Horizontal and Inclined Passive Systems in Egypt; Proceedings of PLEA'88 Porto-Portogual, 26-31 July, 1988, Pages 375- 382, Edited by E.de Oliveira Fernandes and Simo Yannan.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

 

A 14. Solar Energy Distribution over Egypt using Cloudiness from Meteosat Photos; Solar Energy, Vol.45, No.6, pp.345 - 351, (1990).
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout and A.H. Hassan.

A15. Amorphous solar cell utilization in the hot climate; Proceedings of Euroforum'88 on new energies; Saarbrucken- Germany, 24-28 Oct., 1988. Vol.3, pp. 801-2, published by H.S. Stephens & Associates.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout and H.A. Hassan.


A 16. Effect of Hanning and Parzen windows and Kalman filter on the spectral analysis of solar constant and solar activities; Solar Energy Vol.43, No.6, pp. 331-338, 1989.
M. Tadros and M.A. Mosalam Shaltout

A 17. Atmospheric Transparency at Owienat; Proceedings of the International Symposium on Applications of Solar and Renewable Energy ASRE' 89, March 19-22, 1989. Cairo - Egypt. Edited by A. Mobarak and H. El-Agamwae.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, M.M. Ghonim, and A.H. Hassan.

A 18. Availability of the solar iso-radiation map of the Arab region from Meteosat cloudiness data; Proceedings of the third International Conference on "Applied Optics in Solar Energy", 2-6 October 1989, Praha-Czechoslovaki, pp. 280 - 291.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout and A.H. Hassan.

A 19. Fourier analysis of daily solar radiation data in Egypt, Energy Conservation in Buildings Proceedings of Northsun 90, University of Reading, UK. 18-21 September 1990. Edited by A.M. Sayigh, pp. 183-192, Pergamon Press, Oxford.
M. Tadros and M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

A 20. Test Reference Year at Cairo, World Renewable Energy Congress, 23-28 September 1990, Reading United Kingdom. Proceedings, Vol.5, pp.3035 3039. editor A.A.M. Sayigh
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout and M. Tadros.

A 21. Environmental Factors Affected the Performance of Photovoltaic at Cairo, World Renewable Energy Congress, 23-28 September 1990, Reading, United Kingdom. Proceedings, Vol.1, pp.249-253, editor A.A.M. Sayigh
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout and A.H. Hassan.

A 22. Optimum utilization of crystal and amorphous silicon solar cells for electrical power generation at Cairo, The Annual meeting of the German Section of ISES, Frankfurt, Germany, October 1990.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout and A.H. Hassan.

A 23. Solar Energy Variability over Egypt. ISES World Congress 1991, Denver -Colorado - USA. August 1991. Proceedings, Vol.1, Part II, pp. 1013-18. Edited by : M.E. Arden, S.M.A. Burley and M. Coleman.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

A 24. Photovoltaic Activities in Egypt : Applications and Research. ISES World Congress 1991, Denver-Colorado-USA. August 1991. Proceedings, Vol.3, Part I, pp. 3718-26. Edited by : M.E. Arden, S.M.A. Burley and M. Coleman.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout and Reda Botros.

A 25. Solar Energy and Environmental Protections, Roundtable on Solar Energy Solutions, Denver-Colorado-USA. August 1991.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

A 26. Photovoltaic Water Pumping at Wadi El-Natrun in the Western Desert of Egypt. International Workshop on Solar Cell and Photovoltaic systems, Tripoli, Libya. 15-20 June, 1991.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout and Reda Botros.

A 27. Optimum Tilt Angles of Photovoltaic Systems for Electric Power Generation at Cairo, Proceedings of the 11th European photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference, Montreaux, Switzerland 12-16 October 1992. pp.1516-1518. Edited by: L. J. M. Guimaraes
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, A. H. Hassan, and A. E. Ghettas.

A 28. Using Optical Liquid Filters to Increase the Solar Cell Performance, Proceedings of the 11th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference, Montreaux, Switzerland 12-16 October 1992. pp.1506-1509. Edited by : L. J. M. Guimaraes
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, and A. E. Ghettas.

A 29. The Spectrum of the Solar Global Radiation on Horizontal Solar Cells in Polluted and Pure Air Zones of Great Cairo, Proceedings of the 11th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference , Montreaux, Switzerland 12-16 October 1992. pp. 1519-1522, Edited by: L. J. M. Guimaraes
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, A. H. Hassan, and A. E. Ghettas.

A 30. Solar Spectrum and Air pollution in Cairo, Proceedings of ISES Solar World Congress, Budapest, Hungary, 23-27 August 1993, Vol.2, pp.217-222, Edited by Istvan Farkas
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, M. Tadros, and M. El-Metwally.

A 31. Cooling the Amorphous Silicon Solar Cells in the Hot Desert Climate by Flowing Liquid Optical Filters for Performance Increasing , Proceedings of ISES Solar World Congress, Budapest, Hungary, 23-27 August 1993, Vol.3, pp. 161-166, Edited by Miklo’s Palfy.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, and A. E. Ghettas.

A 32. Photovoltaic Performance for Different Solar Tracking Modes at Cairo, Proceedings of ISES Solar World Congress, Budapest, Hungary, 23-27 August 1993, Vol.3, pp.337-342. Edited by Miklo's Palfy.
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, and A. A. Hassan.

A 33. Time Behaviour of the Efficiency of Silicon Solar Cells under Real Desert Climate, Proceedings of ISES Solar World Congress, Budapest, Hungary, 23-27August 1993, Vol.3, pp. 155-160 Edited by Miklo's palfy.
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout; and A. A. Hassan.

A 34. Solar Hydrogen in Egypt: As An Alternative Renewable Clean Energy For the Future, Proceedings of the 10th World Hydrogen Energy Conference, Cocoa Beach, Florida, U.S.A, 20-24 June 1994. pp. 57-66, Edited by D. L. Block and T. N. Veziroglu.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

A 35. V-trough Concentrator with Two-axes Tracker to Increase the Performance or Photovoltaic at Cairo , Proceedings of the Third World Congress on Renewable Energy, part III, pp. 1571-1573, Reading, UK, 11-16 September, 1994.
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, M. Sabary, and A. E. Ghettas.

 

A 36. Ultraviolet Solar Radiation Over Egypt, Proceedings of the Third World Congress on Renewable Energy, part II, pp.1506-1508, Reading, UK, 11-16 September, 1994.
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, M. S. Ghonim, A. A. Trabea, and H. Allam.

A 37. V-Trough Concentrator on Photovoltaic Full Tracking System at Hot Desert Climate; The First International Conference on Solar Electricity: Photovoltaic and Wind; Cairo, Egypt, October 3-7, 1994. Renewable Energy, Vol.6, pp.527- 532, 1995.
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, A. Ghettas, and M. Sabry.

A 38. Photovoltaic Performance Under Real Out-door Conditions of Hot Desert Climate near Cairo; The First International Conference on Solar Electricity Photovoltaic and Wind, Cairo, Egypt, October 3-7, 1994. Renewable Energy Vol.6, pp.533-536.
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, A. M. Mahrous, and A. Ghettas.

A 39. Solar Concentrator on Photovoltaic Full Tracking System at Hot Desert Climate; Advances in Energy, Development, and Environment; Vol.1, pp.415- 420, Editor: Abdullatif EI-Sharkawy, Cairo, Egypt (1994).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, T. A. El-Dessouki, A. Ghettas, and M. Sabry.

A 40. The Aerosol Extinction at Line Spectral Band of Solar Radiation over the North Coast of Egypt; Advances in Energy, Development, and Environment, Vol.1, pp. 59-70, Editor: Abdullatif El-Sharkawy, Cairo, Egypt, (1994).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, M. S. Ghonum, and A. Y. EI-Sayed.

A 41. Estimation of the Total Atmdspheric Pollution in Cairo Using Solar Energy Data, Advances in Energy, Development, and Environment, Vol.1, pp. 83-89, Editor: Abdullatif El-Sharkawy, Cairo, Egypt, (1994).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, A. A. El-Haded, A. A. Fadly, and M. A. Mahrous.

A 42. Typical Solar Radiation Year for Egypt, Renewable Energy Vol.4, No.4, pp. 387-393, (1994).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, and M. T. Y. Tadros.

A 43. Solar Hydrogen from Lake Nasser For 21st Century in Egypt; International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Vol.23, No.4, pp.233- 238, (1998).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

A 44. Spectral Measurements of Visible Solar Direct - Normal Irradiance and Air Pollutants Attenuation Coefficients at Helwan, Renewable Energy Vol. 7, no. 1, pp.81-88, 1996.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, U. A. Rahoma, and A. Fathy.

A 45. Ultraviolet Solar Radiation at Helwan and Its Dependence on Atmospheric Conditions, Proceedings of Technologies for Energy Efficiency and Environmental Protection Conference and Exhibition, Cairo, March 26 – 30 1995. Session ENV - 5, pp.1-3.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, A. Fathy, and U. A Rahoma.

A 46. Effects of Air Pollution on the Solar Radiation at Helwan, Proceedings of Technologies for Energy Efficiency and Environmental Protection Conference and Exhibition, Cairo, March 26 - 30, 1995. Session ENV - 5 pp. 14-19
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, A.H. Hassan, and M. M. Ghoniem.

A47. Relative Reduction of Direct Solar Radiation by Aerosols in Cairo Centre, Proceedings for Energy Efficiency and Environmental Protection Conference and Exhibition, Cairo, March 26 – 30, 1995. Session ENV-5, pp. 20-26.
M. A Mosalam Shaltout, M. Tadros, and M. El- Metwally.

A 48. The Aerosol Extinction of Solar Radiation over Cairo, Proceedings for Energy Efficiency and Environmental Protection Conference and Environmental Protection Conference and Exhibition ENV-5, pp. 38-50
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, M.M. Ghoniem, and A.Y. El-Sayed.

A 49. The Behavior of Highly Concentrated Polycrystalline Solar Cell in Hot Desert Climate, Proceedings of 13th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition, 23-27 October, 1995, Nice, France Vol.2, pp. 2410-2413.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, and M. Sabry.

A 50. Effects of the Environmental Conditions on the Performance of Solar Cells and Photovoltaic Panels in the Desert Climate, Proceeding of 13th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition, 23-27 October, 1995,Nice, France, Vol. 1, pp.529-532.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, and A.H. Hassan.

A 51. Experimental Study for Solar Hydrogen Production by Photovoltaic Near Cairo, Egypt, Proceedings of 13th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition, 23-27 October 1995, Nice, France Vol.1, pp.1120-1122.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, F.G. Areed, and H.K. Elminir.


A 52. Meteorological physical parameters affecting the temperature and performance of photovoltaic panel . Proceedings of the Fourth World Renewable Energy Congress, Denver, Colorado, USA, 15-21 June 1996 Vol. 3, (1996).
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, F.F.G. Areed, and H.K. Elminir.

A 53. Measurements of the air pollution effects on the colour portion of solar radiation at Helwan, Egypt. Proceedings of the Fourth World Renewable Energy Congress, Denver, Colorado, USA, 15-21 June l996, Vol. 2, pp 1279- 1282, (1996).
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, M.M. Ghoneim, and A.H. Hassan.

A 54. Model for solar concentrators to increase photovoltaic performance, Proceedings of the Fourth World Renewable Energy Congress, Denver, Colorado, USA, 15-21 June 1996, Vol.3 (1996).
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, M. Medhat, and Y.A. Hadi.

A55. Computation of Global, Diffuse, and Direct Solar Radiation from Sunshine Duration at Helwan, Egypt. 2nd International Conference on Solar Electricity Photovoltaic and Wind, 14-18 April, 1996, Cairo - Egypt.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, and U. A Rahoma.

A 56. Models for Solar Concentrators To Increase Photovoltaic Performance at Cairo, Egypt. 2nd International Conference on Solar Electricity Photovoltaic and wind, 14-18 April, 1996, Cairo - Egypt.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, and Y.A. Hadi.

A 57. Measurements of the response curve of amorphous and mono-si in the out door condition at Helwan, Egypt. 2nd International Conference on Solar Electricity Photovoltaic and Wind, 14-18 April, 1996, Cairo - Egypt.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, M.M. Ghoneim, and A.H. Hassan.

A 58. Atmospheric Turbidity Parameters in the high polluted site of Egypt, Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Energy and Environment, Cairo, Egypt, 3-6 June 1996, Vol 2 pp.659-675.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, and U. A Rahoma.

A 59. Solar irradiation at Helwan in relation with climatic conditions, COMPLES' 96 International Workshop on Solar Energy and Environment, Agadir, Morocco, 4-5 July 1996.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, and U. A Rahoma.


A 60. Solar Hydrogen production by photovoltaic near Cairo - Egypt from theoretical and experimental point of view, Proceedings of the 11th World Hydrogen Energy Conference, 23-28 June 1996, Hydrogen' 96, Stuttgart, Germany. Vol.1, pp.709-721.
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, and H.K. Elminir.

A 61. Atmospheric turbidity parameters affecting the incident solar radiation for two different areas in Egypt. Arab Journal of Nuclear Sciences and Applications, 33 (3), PP. 177 – 197, (2000).
M.T.Y. Tadros; M. A. Mosalam Shaltout and M. El-Metwally.

A 62. Studying the extinction coefficient due to aerosol particles at different spectral bands in some regions at Greater Cairo, Renewable Energy Vol. 19, PP. 597-615, (2000).
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout; M. T. Tadros, and M. El- Metwally.

A 63. Side Pumping Technique Model for Laser Pumped by Solar Energy, Fourth International Conference on Solar Energy Storage and Applied Photochemistry, Cairo, Egypt, 1-6 January 1997. Published in Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. (Chem. Sci.), Vol.110, No.3, June 1998, pp.335-349.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout ; M. Medhat, and Y.A. Hadi.

A 64. Studying the Ultraviolet and visible Solar radiation over Cairo and Aswan and their correlation with environmental and climatological parameters. Fourth International Conference on Solar Energy Storage and Applied photochemistry, Cairo, Egypt, 1-6 January. Published in Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. (Chem. Sci.), Vol.110, No.3, June 1998,. pp.361 - 371..
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout; A.H. Hassan and A.M. Fathy.

A 65. Measured and Computed values of continuous Solar Spectral Distributions, First International Conference and Trade Fair on Environmental Management and Technologies, February 16-18, 1997, Cairo, Egypt. Proceedings, Vol.2.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout; and U.A. Rahoms

A 66. Solar Cells Radiospectroscopy Measurements in the outdoor conditions at Helwan, Egypt. Technical Digest of the International PVSEC-11, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan, 20-24 September 1999, pp. 721-722, (1999).
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout; M. S. Gohnum and A.H. Hassan.

A 67. End pumping Technique Model for Laser pumped by Solar Energy. The proceedings of the fourth IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits, and Systems, JCECS '97, Cairo, Egypt, December 15 – I8, 1997, Volume 2, pp. 766 - 775.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout; M. Medhat, and Y.A. Hadi.

A 68. Studying the Infra-red, Ultraviolet, and visible Solar Radiation over Cairo and Aswan and their correlation with environmental and climatological parameters, The Proceedings of the Fourth IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits, and System, ICECS'97, Cairo, Egypt, December 15 - 18, 1997, Volume 2, pp.781 - 786.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, A.H. Hassan, and A.M. Fathy

A 69. Renewable Energy Situation in Egypt, Proceedings of the Sixth Arab International Solar Energy Conference, Muscat, Oman, 29th March - 2nd April, 1988, Invited paper, published in Key Notes Supplement.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

A 70. Measurements of Suspended particles, and Aerosols in Atmosphere of Helwan, Proceedings of the Sixth Cairo International Conference on Energy and Environment, Vol.2, pp.567-578, May 1998.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, A.H. Hassan, and U. A Rahoma.

A 71. Solar Hydrogen Project at Nasser Lake in the South of Egypt, Proceedings of XII World Hydrogen Energy Conference, 21 - 26 June, 1998, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

A 72. Determination of Suitable Types of Solar Cells for Optimal Outdoor Performance in Desert Climate, The Fifth World Renewable Energy Conference, Florence, Italy, 20 - 25 September, 1998. Renewable Energy, Vol. 19, PP. (71-74), (2000).
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, A.A. EI-Haded, M.A. Fadly, A.F. Hassan, and A.M. Mahrous.

A 73. Atmospheric Turbidity over Menia, 2nd Symposium on Renewable Energy and Modern Technologies for Environment Protection, 14 - 16 September 1998, Ismailia, Egypt. Proceedings, pp.348-360,1998.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, K. Abd El-Hady, A. Abd EI-Aziz,, A.H. Hassan, and A.M. Fathy.


A 74. Meterological Comparison Study between Menia and Helwan, 2nd Symposium on Renewable Energy and Modern Technologies for Environment Protection, 14 - 16 September 1998, Ismailia, Egypt., Proceedings pp .361-366,1998.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, K. Abd El-Hady, A. Abd El-Aziz,, A.H. Hassan, and A.M. Fathy.

A 75. Air pollution concentration over Cairo; The 1st Minia International con-ference for Advanced Trends in Engineering (MICATE'99), Minia (14-16) March, 1999.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, A. Abd. EL- Aziz, A.H. Hassan, and AM. Fathy.

A 76. The Temperature dependence of the spectra and efficiency behavior of Si solar cell under low concentrated solar radiation, Renewable Energy Vol. 21, PP. 445 – 458, (2000).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, M. M. El- Nicklacy, A. F. Hassan, U. R. Rahoma, and M. Sabry.

A 77. Correlation of global solar radiation with meteorological parameters over Egypt. Renewable Energy Vol. 21, PP. 297-308, (2000).
A. A. Trabea, and M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

A 78. Total suspended particles and solar radiation over Cairo and Aswan, Renewable Energy vol. 23, pp. 605-619, (2001)
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, A. H. Hassan, A. M. Fathy

A 79. Study of the solar radiation over Menia, Renewable Energy Vol. 23, PP. 621 – 639, (2001).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, A. H. Hassan, A. M. Fathy

A 80. Correlation of global solar radiation with meteorological parameters over Egypt. Renewable Energy Vol. 21, PP. 297-308, (2000).

A. A. Trabea, and M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

A 81 Total suspended particles and solar radiation over Cairo and Aswan, Renewable Energy vol. 23, pp. 605-619, (2001)

M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, A. H. Hassan, A. M. Fathy

A 82 Study of the solar radiation over Menia, Renewable Energy Vol. 23, PP. 621 – 639, (2001).

M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, A. H. Hassan, A. M. Fathy

A 83. Study of spectral global solar Radiation during the partial solar eclipse of 11 August 1999 at Helwan – Egypt, Second World Conference on Technology Advances for Sustainable Development, 11-14 February, 2002, Cairo – Egypt. (accepted for presentation).

U. A. Rahoma, M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, and A.H. Hassan .

A 84. The depression of different solar radiation component during the solar eclipse 11 August 1999 in Egypt, Second World Conference on Technology Advances for Sustainable Development, 11-14 February, 2002, Cairo- Egypt. (accepted for presentation).

A. H. Hassan, , M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, and U.A. Rahoma

A 85. The depression of different solar radiation component during the solar eclipse 11 August 1999 in Egypt, Second World Conference on Technology Advances for Sustainable Development, 11-14 February, 2002, Cairo- Egypt. (accepted for presentation). Published in the Journal of the Astronomical Society of Egypt, Vol. 12/I, PP. 70-81, (2004). A. H. Hassan, , M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, and U.A. Rahoma

A 86. Application of Spectrally Selective Filters to Concentrator Photovoltic System, NRIAG Journal of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Special Issue, PP. 1-18 (2004) Cairo, Egypt M. Sabry, A.H. Hassan, A.E. Ghittas, and Mosalam Shaltout.



 

List B

  Published Papers
for Prof. Dr. M. A. Mosalam Shaltout

(Space Science and Technology)

B 1. Study of the variation of the solar radio emission components in relation with
11 year cycle, M. Sc. Thesis, Cairo University, Faculty of Science, (1973).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 2. Regional and temporal variation of the energetic processes in the solar flares in H alpha line and microwave region, Ph. D. Thesis, Cairo University, Faculty of Science, (1977).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 3. Long - term periodicities in the solar flares, Helwan Observatory Bulletin No. 159, (1978).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 4. Correlation of prominences with solar microwave emission, Helwan Observatory Bulletin No.160, (1979).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 5. Short - term periodicities in the solar flares, Helwan Observatory Bulletin No. 161, (1979).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 6. Short - term periodicity of the solar soft and hard solar X - ray burst and its relation with the electron density of the lower ionosphere, Helwan Observatory Bulletin No. 243 (1980).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 7. High - resolution spectra of the time series of the solar X - ray bursts, Helwan Observatory Bulletin No.244, (1980).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 8. Solar seismology and X - ray bursts activity, Helwan Observatory Bulletin No.245, (1980).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.


B 9. Periodicity of 4.2 days and its multiples in the solar X - ray bursts, Helwan Observatory Bulletin No.246, (1980).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 10. Solar X - ray bursts and their relation with interplanetary shock waves and geomagnetic storms, Bulletin of the National Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics (NRIAG), Vol. IV, Ser. A, pp.1 - 18, (1984).
M. K. Aly and M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 11. Predicting and estimating the strength of solar proton and electron events from X - ray bursts observations, NRIAG Bulletin Vol. IV, Ser. A, pp.19 - 29, (1984).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 12. Dependence the energy of the low - temperature solar flares on the area and magnetic field of the associated sunspots, NRIAG Bulletin Vol. V, Ser. A, (1985).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout and A. A. Bakry

B 13. Solar proton flares at the minimum solar activity and its geophysical effects, Proceeding of the 4th annual meeting of the Egyptian Geophysical Society, pp.210 - 224, December 29 - 30, (1985).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 14. H - alpha and microwave observational study for the solar proton flares of February 1986, Proceedings of the first conference of NRIAG, November 24 - 26,(1986)
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, J. Rendtel, and A. Bohme.

B 15. Hours and minutes periodicities in the solar soft X - ray emission, Proceedings of the 5th annual meeting of the Egyptian Geophysical Society, pp.487-499, March 29 - 30, (1987).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout and A. A. Hady

B 16. Seconds perodicities in the solar soft X - ray emission, Proceedings of the Thirteen International Congress for Statistics, Computer, Sciences, Social and Demographic Research, Cairo - Egypt, 26 - 31 March, (1988).
A. A. Hady and M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.


B 17. High energetic solar flares of 24 June 1988 and their influence on radio communication, Proceedings of the Sixth National Radio Science Conference, paper E3, Military Technical College, Cairo – Egypt, February 19 - 21, (1989).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 18. Solar proton flares and their influence on aircraft radio communications, Proceedings of the Seventh National Radio Science Conference, paper R2, Military Technical College, Cairo - Egypt, February 20 - 22, (1990).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 19. Variation of the solar activity and irradiance, and their influence on the flooding of the river Nile, Mausam, Vol.41, No.3, pp.393 - 402, (1990).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout and M. T. Y. Tadros

B 20. Correlation analysis between the sunspots and the Nile Flood, Mausam, Vol. 41. No.4, pp.565 - 568, (1990).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout and M. T. Y. Tadros

B 21. High energetic solar proton flare of 19 October 1989 and its terrestrial effects, the conference “Chromospheric and Coronal Heating Mechanisms”, Heidelberg University, Heidelberg - Germany, June 5 - 8, (1990).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

 

B 22.Solar radiation and heiloseismology periodicities from power spectra analysis of solar X - ray emission measured by satellites, IAU Colloquium No.130 Sun and Cool Stars, Helsinki University, Helsinki - Finland, July 17 - 21, (1990).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 23. High energetic solar proton flares of 19 to 29 October 1989. Proceedings of IAU Coll. 133, 1-5 August 1991, Iguauso, Argentina.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 24. Power spectra analysis for worldwide and North Africa historical earthquakes data in relation with sunspot periodicits. General Assembly, IUGG, Vienna, 11-24 August 1991. Renewable Energy Vol. 17, PP. 499-507, (1999).
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, M.T.Y. Taros, and S.L. Mesiha.


B 25. Variability of the solar constant measured at Earth's surface and by artificial satellite Nimbus-7, Proceedings of the International Conference on Applications of Time Series Analysis in Astronomy and Meteorology, University of Padoua, Italy 6-10 September 1993, pp.383-386.
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 26. The estimation of moisture over Egypt from Meteosat satellite observations, COSPAR'94, Hamburg-Germany, 11-21 July 1994, Symposium A. 3, Adv. In Space Research Vol.18, no.7, pp.41-46, 1996.
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, A. H, Hassan, and T. N. El-Hosary.

B 27. High energetic solar proton flares on the declining phase of solar cycle 22, Astrophysics and Space Sciences: Vol. 228, pp.67-75, 1995.
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 28. Statistical analysis for solar proton events measured by GOES spacecraft during the period (1976 -1990), COSPAR'94, Hamburg - Germany, 11-21 July 1994, Symposium E2.2, Adv. in Space Research , Vol.17, No.4/ 5, pp. (4/ 5) 171 - (4/ 5)175, 1995.
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, S. Yousef, and O. M. El-Said.

B 29. High Energetic Solar Proton Flare of 22 March 1991, IAU Colloquium 153, Magnetic and Dynamic Phenomena in the Solar Atmosphere, Makuhari, Japan, 22 - 26 May 1995.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 30. Small Astronomical Telescopes for Research and Education at Helwan, Egypt. Developing Astronomy and Space Science World Wide, A guidebook, Part seven, United Nations, office for outer space affairs, Vienna, 1996.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 31. Estimating the evaporation over Nasser Lake in the Upper Egypt from Meteosat observations, COSPAR' 96, Birmingham, UK, 14-21 July 1996, Symposium A 0.1 Advances in Space Research Vol.19, No.3, pp. 515 - 518,1997
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout and T.N. El-Hosary.

B 32. Solar Extreme Ultraviolet Radiation and its Associations with Solar Microwave and X-ray Emissions, COSPAR' 96, Birmingham, UK, 14-21 July 1996, Symposium E 2.1.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, A. Okasha, S. El-Genedy, and A. Abd El-Aziz.


B 33. High Energetic Solar proton Flares from active Region no.6555 during March 1991, COSPAR' 96, Birmingham, UK, 14-21 July 1996, Symposium Do. 7.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 34. The great solar microwave burst associated with the high energetic solar proton flares of 22 March 1991, XXV the General Assembly of Radio Science (URSI), Lille, France, 28 August – September’ 1996.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 35. The Marskhod Egyptian Drill Project, 5th UN/ESA Workshop on Basic Space Sciences, Bonn, Germany. 8-13 September 1996. Will be published in Developing Astronomy and Space Science World Wide, A guidebook, United Nations office for outer space affairs, Vienna, Austria.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 36. Solar - ray Flares on the Declining phase of solar cycle 22. IAU/JD 19, 31st General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union IAU, Kyoto, Japan, 18-30 August 1997.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 37. Rover Mounted Subsurface Sample Acquisition Systems, Space Technology Vol. 17, Part 3 and 4, pp. 231 - 244 (1997). Stephen Gorevan, Thomas Myrick, Shaheed Rafeek and M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 38. Variation of Mean Zonal Winds relating to the Ozone Hole, 32nd Scientific Assembly of COSPAR, 12-19 July 1998, Nogoya, Japan. Symposium AI.3. M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, M.MS. Ghoneim and Abdel Aziz Gabr.

B 39. Sahara Campaign for Field Testing of Mars Exploration Instruments for 2001-2005 Mission Rovers, 32nd Scientific Assembly of COSPAR, 12 - 19 July 1998, Nogoya, Japan. Symposium BO.4.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 40. Solar Ultraviolet Radiation and Its Influence on the Ozone Layer, 32nd Scientific Assembly of COSPAR, 12 - 19 July 1998, Nogoya, Japan. Symposium C2.2.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout and A. Okasha.

B 41. Power Spectra Analysis for Interplanetary High Energetic Charged Particles Measured by GOES-7 from January 1987 to June 1998,32nd Scientific Assembly COSPAR, 12 -19 July 1998, Nogoya, Japan. Symposium F2.3.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout and S. EI-Genedi.

B 42. The Martian Egyptian Drill Project, 32nd Scientific Assembly of COSPAR, 12 -19 July 1998, Nogoya, Japan. JOINT 1.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout

B 43. Three Solar Gamma-ray Flares observed by Yohkoh in Autumn of 1991, 32nd Scientific Assembly of COSPAR, 12 - 19 July 1998, Nogoya, Japan. Symposium E2.3. Advances in Space Research Vol. 26, pp. 505-508, (2000).
MA. Mosalam Shaltout

B 44. The Evaluation of the Solar Active Region No.6555 during March 1991, 32nd Scientific Assembly of COSPAR, 12 - 19 July 1998, Nogoya, Japan. Symposium EC2.4.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout

 

B 45. Abu Simbel Radio Telescope Project in the Upper Egypt, 16th National Radio Science Conference, Faculty of Engineering, Helwan University, Helwan, Cairo, Egypt. Invited paper No.2 in the proceedings February (1998).
URSI Radio Science Bul1etin ( March 1999).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 46. Variability of Solar x-ray radiation measured by the GOES Artificial Satellite During Solar Cycle 22, eighth proceedings of the eighth workshop of UN ESA on Basic Space Science, 13-17 March 1999, Mafraq, Jordan, Vol. 11, pp. 43-48, (2000).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout and S. El- Genedi

B 47. What can we Expect from new Radio Telescope in Upper Egypt, Astrophysics and Space Science vol. 273, pp. 273-288, (2000).
Rolf Schwartz and M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 48. Current research of space solar physics in Egypt from integrated global observation system, 33rd COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Session PSRDC1, 16-23 July 2000, Warsaw, Poland.
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 49. The first two solar proton flares in the Onset of Solar Cycle 23, Session E2.2-D2.2, 33rd COSPAR Scientific Assembly, 16-23 July 2000, Warsaw, Poland. (Oral presentation).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 50. The public understanding of space science in the Arabian region, session SPECIAL2, 33rd COSPAR scientific assembly, Warsaw, Poland, 16-23 July 2000 (oral presentation).
M. A. Mosalam Shaltuout

B 51. Statistical and correlative studies for gamma-ray solar flares detected above 300 Kev by SMM/GRS space mission during 1980-1989, session E 2.1-D 2.3, 33rd COSPAR scientific assembly, Warsaw, Poland, 13-16 July 2000.
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout and M. Kassem

B 52. Astronomical observation at millimeter and sub-millimeter wavelengths at Owienat Mountain, 33rd COSPAR scientific assembly, Warsaw, Poland, 13-16 July 2000.
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout

B 53. Meteorite Menkar Abd-El-Nabi in the western desert of Egypt, session B 0.8, 33rd COSPAR scientific assembly, Warsaw, Poland, 13-16 July 2000.
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout and Ali Barkat.

B 54. The ancient Egyptian civilization: Maximum and Minimum in coincidence with solar activity, IAGA-IASPEI joint scientific assembly, session G 6.01, invited paper, 19-31 August 2000, Hanoi, Vietnam.
M. A. Mosalam Shaltout

B 55. Variability of the sun from power spectral analysis of the total solar irradiance measurement, by space missions, IAGA-IASPEI joint scientific assembly, session G 4.03, oral, 19-31 August 2000, Hanoi, Vietnam.
M. A. Mosalam Shaltuout, A. A. Hadi, Y. M. El-Malki, H. Bassora

B 56. Correlation between solar proton flare near the 23ed solar maximum and the Radiation Hazard at air craft altitudes, IAGA-IASPEI joint scientific assembly, session G 4.06, oral, IAGA-IASPEI joint scientific assembly, 19-31 August 2001, Hanoi, Vietnam.
M. A. Mosalam Shaltuout, A. A. Hadi, Y. M. El-Malki, H. Bassora

B 57. The effect of solar x-rays, flares on earth’s ionosphere as natural source for electromagnetic noise and interference session G 2.08 oral, IAGA-IASPEI joint scientific assembly, 19-31 August 2001, Hanoi, Vietnam.
M. A. Mosalam Shaltuout, and S. El-Genedi

B 58. Space Research Activities in Egypt, COSPAR Information Bulletin, No. 147, PP. 38-41, (2000).

B 59. Current Research of Solar – Terrestrial physics in Egypt, IUGG, General Assembly, Birmingham, England, July, 1999. “Variability of the sun from History”, Proceedings of G6.01, IAGA. Editor: Dr. Wilfriad Schroder, Geophysical Institute, Bremen, Germany. pp. 222-241, (2000).

B 60. Astro- Egyptology through the 21st Century, Invited Review paper, Meeting of the Egyptian Astronomical Society, April 2002, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt.

B 61 : Space Research Activity in Egypt: Past, Present, and Future. The Second African Summit for Sciences and Technologies, from 19 to 21 March 2002, Nouakchott University, Nouakchott, Mauritania.

M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B62 : History of the Astronomical observatories in Egypt in the last 200 years, the Astronomical meeting of the Gulf Observatory, 16-18 April 2002, Kuwait. Scientific Club, Kuwait.

M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B63 : Scenario for the Gulf Observatory, the Astronomical Meeting for the Gulf Observatory , 16-18 April 2002, Kuwait.

M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 64 : 32 meter Radio Telescopes in the Arabian Region, The Proceedings of the 6th Symposium of the European VLBI Network (EVN), 25-28 June 2002, Bonn, Germany. PP. 17-18, Edited by Eduardo Ros and et al.

M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 65. : The effects of solar activity on the global solar radiation measured at Khargha Oasis in the Western Desert of Egypt, 27th General Assembly of the European Geophysical Society, April 2002, Nice – France.

(accepted for presentation).

M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, and Abdulla Abdel-Monem Mohamed.

B 66 :The effects of solar proton flares on the navigation systems of aircrafts and the resulting accents during 20 th Century, 34 th COSPAR Scientific Assembly The Second World Space Congress, 10-19 October 2002, Houston, Texas , USA.

(accepted for presentation ID. No. COPAR 02– A – 02530).

M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, and A. Hady.

B 67 : Magnetic Field of the Solar Active Region and its Role In Releasing the eruptive Solar Flares and Mass Ejection in Solar Cycle No. 23, 34 th COSPAR Scientific Assembly The Second World Space Congress, 10-19 October 2002, Houston, Texas , USA.

(accepted for presentation ID. No. COPAR 02– A – 02242).

M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, and M. Y. Almleaky .

B 68 : North – South Partnership in Space Research and Application : Space Research Center at Minufiya University , Egypt, as Study Case. 34 th COSPAR Scientific Assembly The Second World Space Congress, 10-19 October 2002, Houston, Texas , USA.

(Invited paper ID. No. COPAR 02– A – 03222).

M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 69 : Altruism in Islam and Holy Quran ; Workshop on Encoding Altruism: The Art and Science of Interstellar Messages Composition, Paris , France, March 23-24, 2003.

(accepted for presentation as Oral Paper)

M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 70 : Extra – Terrestrial Intelligent In Holy Quran ; Workshop on Encoding Altruism : The Art and Science of Interstellar Messages Composition, Paris, France, March 23-24, 2003.

M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

B 71. High Energetic Solar Wind and Geomagnetic Storms at October-November 2003; Chapman conference on Corotating Solar Wind Streams and Recurrent Geomagnetic Activity; Manaus, Amazons, Brazil, 6-12 Feb. 2005. M.A. Mosalam Shaltout

B 72. Space Environment Research in Egypt., International Workshop on Space Environment Research, Rio Janeiro University, Rio Janeiro, Brazil, 15-16 Feb. 2005. M.A. Mosalam Shaltout

B 73. The CME-flare relationship during the present solar cycle. NRIAG Journal of Astronomy and Geophysics, Special Issue, pp. 29-37, (2006). M. A. Mosalam Shaltour, A. Mahrous, M. S. El-Nawawy, M. M. Beheary. R. Mawrad, M. Youssef

B 74. Muon-Induced Air Showers Affecting CMS Tracking Detector, Proceedings of the 36th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, (Beijing, China), 144, (2006). A.Mahrous, M. A. Mosalam Shaltout, M. Youssef, R. Mawad, M. El-Nawawy

B 75. Seasonal and interannual Variability of the Red Sea, American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2007, abstract #U21C-0618 Wahr, J.; Smeed, D.; Shaltout, M.; Leuliette, E.; Swenson, S., Urban, T.; Velicogna, I.

B 76. Egyptian Space Program, COSPAR information Bulletin No. 170, PP. 30-32, December 2007. Mosalam Shaltout.

 

 


 
 

List C

  Published PUBLISHED PAPERS
For Prof. Dr. M.A. Mosalam Shaltout
(Archaeoastronomy and History of Astronomy )

C 1. Sun perpendicularity on Abu Simbel Temple phenomenon; Alelm (science) , Vol. 213, pp. 18-21, June 1994 (in Arabic). Published in Cairo – Egypt by Dar El-Tahrir in collaboration with the Egyptian Academy of Scientific Research and Technology. Also, published in English in Baron Who’s Who Society Journal, September 2002, California, USA. Also, published in "Giornale di Astrnomia", anno V, 2002, n. 1, Italy, (2002) under the title "Il Fenomeno della radiazione verticle de sole sul gran tempo di Abu Simbel".

 

C2. Extra – terrestrial civilizations not the roots of the ancient Egyptian civilization , Alelm , Vol. 252, pp.42 – 45, September 1997. (in Arabic).

C3. The ancient Egyptian civilization between lies and reality , published on three parts in Alelm in Arabic:

Part I, Vol. 262, PP. 24 – 27, July 1998.
Part II, Vol. 263, PP. 24 – 27, August 1998.
Part III, Vol. 264, PP. 16 – 19, September 1998.
The three parts are translated to English and available on the wep site: www.m-Shaltout.com under the same title.

C4. The religions of plants and stars in the ancient middle east, Alelm Vol. 285, PP. 52-53, June 2000 (in Arabic ). Also, published in "Giornale di Astronomia anno IV, 2001, no.2, PP. 2-5, Italy, (2001) under the titl (la stella cadente).

C5. Ad Ben Sam Group not the roots of the ancient Egyptian civilization ; Alelm Vol. 254, P. 20, November 1997 ( in Arabic).

C6. The oldest solar observatory in history, in Nabta, Upper Egypt, 5000 B.C.; Alelm Vol. 281, PP. 20 – 21, February 2000 (in Arabic). Also presented in the second conference of Fayium University of Archaeology, Egypt, April, 2003.

C7. The searching about the ancient mathematics and Astronomy in the Mediterranean ancient civilizations, Alelm Vol. 307, PP. 48-51, April 2002, Part I. (in Arabic).

C8. The searching about the ancient mathematics and astronomy in the Mediterranean ancient civilizations, Alelem Vol. 308, May 2002. Part II. (in Arabic).

C9. The Helical rising of Sirius and the ancient Egyptian Calender Mathematical and observational study in the view of modern Astronomy, Proceedings of Alexandria: The city of Civilizations Conference, September 25-27, 2003, Alexandria, Egypt (in Arabic) PP. 477-502, (2003).

M.A. Mosalam Shaltout and Magdy Fekry.

C10. The Heliacal rising of Sirius and the start of the Nile flooding, (in Arabic), published in "Giornale di Astronomia - anno VI, (2003), No 4, Italy; under the title of (Sirius e la stragione dell' inondazione del Fiume Nilo).

M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

C11. Astro–Egyptology through the 20 the century, colloquium No. 2 on astronomy and space researches, session II Astro-Egyptology, 13-15 April 2002, Cairo, Egypt. (Abstract in English ). Review Paper.

M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

C12. The ancient Egyptian civilization : maximum and minimum in coincidence with solar activity, IAGA – IASPEI joint scientific assembly, session G6.01 invited paper, 19-31 August 2000, Hanoi, Vietnam (Abstract in English). M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

C13. Illumination of the Sacrarium in the Great Temple at Abu Simbel, its Astronomical Explanation, and Some Hints on the Possible Stellar Orientation of the Small Temple; Proceedings of the European Association of Archaeologists 8th Annual meeting; Thessalonike, Hellar , 24 - 29th September 2002, Ad Astra Per Aspera et per Ludum (Session 1 : 13): 27th September 2002. BAR International Series, 1154, Oxford , PP. 31-38 (2003). Editor A-A. Maravelia Amanda - Alice Maravelia and M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

C14. On the Orientation of Ancient Egyptian Temples: (1) Upper Egypt and lower Nubia; Journal for the History of Astronomy JHA Vol. 36, PP. 273 - 298, (2005). M.A. Mosalam Shaltout and Juan Antonio Belmonte.

C15. The Astronomical Ceiling of Senenmut: a Dream of Mystery and Imagination; in Light and Shadows in cultural astronomy, Proceedings of the SEAC 13 The meeting edited by M. Zadd and J. A. Belmonte, Cagliari, (2005). In the Press. Juan Antonio Belmonte and M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

C16. On the orientation of ancient Egyptian Temples: (2) new experiments at the Oases of the Western Desert; Journal for the History of Astronomy JHA Vol. 37, PP. 173-192, (2006). Juan Antonio Belmonte and M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

C17. Solar Activity and the Nile Flooding in Egypt from Pre-history to 20 the century; IAGA- IASPEI Joint Scientific Assembly, Session G6.01, invited paper, 18 - 31 July 2005, Tolouse, France. Also, Published in "Historical events and people in Aeronomy, Geomagnetism, and Solar-Terrestrial Physics", Journal of History of Geophysics and Cosmical physics, volume VII, No. 1, PP. 181-194, (2006). Editor Wilfried Schroder, Geophysical Institute, Germany (Convener of G6.01). M.A. Mosalam Shaltout.

C18. Sun Perpendicularity on Abu Simple temple Phenomenon; Published in a book to commemorate the centenary of the birth of Professor Hans Ertel. (a Pioneer in Geophysical Science). Journal of History of Geophysics and Cosmical physics, Editor Wilfried Schroder, Geophysical Institute, Germany (2004) PP. 129-146. M.A. Mosalam Shaltout, A.A. Hassan, and Y. Abd El-Fattah.

C19. The estimation of the Nile flooding from the profile of the soil coast of Qarun lake, the third conference of Fayim University on Archaeology, April 2004. M.A. Mosalam Shaltout and M. Azazi.

C20. The Astronomical observatories in the ancient Egypt; The third conference of Fayium University on Archaeology, April 2004. Fayium, Egypt.

M.A. Mosalam Shaltout and Magdy Fekry.

C21. The Astronomical observatories in the Fattemic Islamic Cairo (Medieval age); the third conference of Fayium University on Archaeology, Egypt, April 2004.
M.A. Mosalam Shaltout and Mahmoud Abdulla. C22. Mahmoud Basha El-Falky: The Founder of Astronomy and Geophysics Research in Egypt in the 19th Century; Alelem (2005). (In Arabic).

C23. The static cosmis in the thinking of the Medieval age and the supernova of Ali Ibn Radwan (30 April 1006 A.D.); Alelem (2007). (In Arabic).
M. A. Mosalam SHALTOUT

C24. Estableciendo Ia Maat en Egipto Antiguo: Ia orientaction de Ios templos; III congreso Iberico de Egiptologia, Universidad de La Laguna, Tenerife, 11-14 de Septiember de 2006 (in Spanish).

Juan Antonio Belmonte and M. A. Mosalam Shaltout.

C25. On the orientation of ancient Egyptian Temples: (3) key points at lower Egypt and Siwa Oasis, part 1, Journal for the History of Astronomy JHA, Vol 38, PP. 141-160, (2007).

M. Shaltout, J. A. Belmonte, and M. Fekri.

C26. On the orientation of ancient Egyptian Temples: (3) key points at lower Egypt and Siwa Oasis, part II, Journal for the History of Astronomy JHA, Vol. 38, PP. 413-442, (2007).

M. Shaltout, J. A. Belmonte, and M. Fekri.

C27. On the orientation of ancient Egyptian Temples: (4) epilogue in Serabit El Khadem and overview, to be published JHA, Volume 39, PP. 181-210, (2008).

J. A. Belmonte, M. Shaltout, and M. Fekri.

C28. Astronomy and Landscape in Ancient Egypt: Challenging the Enigma of the Minor step Pyramids, in Press, (2008).

Juan Antonio Belmonte, Mosalam Shaltout, and Magdi Fekri.