Laila Fikri Fouad

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Personal information

Title: 

University Professor and Consultant for Nuclear Engineering

Birthyear: 
1949

Contact information (private)

Personal email address: 
laila_fikri_fouad@yahoo.com

Contact information (work)

Company name: 
Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority (EAEA)
Department: 
Nuclear Research Center
Address: 
Inshaas, Abu Zaabal
Postal code: 
13759
City: 
Cairo
Country: 
Egypt
Fax: 
+2-02-2287-6031
Mobile phone: 
+2-02-2287-8663

Education

Ph.D, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University. 1973-1977

M.Sc Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, 1970-1973

B.Sc Engineering in Electrical Power, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, 1965-1970

Competences

Nuclear Measurement and Instrumentation

Languages: 

Arabic

English

French

Jobs

Work history: 

Previous Head of the Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority (EAEA), Materials and Nuclear Manufacture Division , Nuclear Research Center .

Board chair, Consultant & Professor, Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority (EAEA), 2009 – Present Time.

Project Coordinator for a large number of IAEA and AFRA Technical Assistance projects

Honorary office and memberships: 

Project Scientific Consultant (PSC), Assistant to the Chair, The regional project on nuclear instrumentation “Maintenance and Repair”, The African Regional Cooperative Agreement for Research, Development and Training Related to Nuclear Science and Technology (AFRA)

Represented Egypt and Africa in IAEA meeting, Kuala Lumpur, 1999

Member of Special Committee for the development of nuclear measurement instruments in EAEA.

Productions and works: 

Has a number of papers to her name, including:

"Positive Corona Fiom Two Interacting Thin Points in Air", with M. Abdel-Salam, Proceedings of IEEE - IAS, Cleveland Ohio USA 1979;

"Effect of Cathode Material on the Performance of G.M . Tube", TSS and TSS News, Vol. 15, 1981;

"Semi-cylindrical Organic Type G.M. Tube", with M. Abdel-Salam, Proceedings of IEEE - IAS, Philadilphia, USA 1981

Enabled the manufacturing of nuclear measurement instruments locally, contributed significantly to the field of ray detection and measurement as well as the assessment of the safety of food imports

Awards

Awards: 

State Award for Engineering, 1986

Egyptian Order of Excellence, 1995

Award for the Distinguished Contribution to the Peaceful Use of Nuclear Technology, World Nuclear Association, UK