Dr. Medhat Moustafa  El-Sayed

Dr. Medhat Moustafa El-Sayed

Assistant Professor
Nuclear Research Center, Egypt


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Physical Science Engineering from Nuclear Research Center, Egypt

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Biography

Dr. Medhat Mustafa El-Sayed is currently working as Associate Professor of Physics at Jining Confucius International College, Shandong, China. He has provided his services in Institute of high energy physics, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, International Education Center (SinowJ) at Beijing , China, Yinghao College, Guangzhou, China, American University, Cairo, Egypt and contributed to Administrative work in Coordinator of Compton-Suppression Spectrometer Lab, expert in radiation protection and dosimetry, ministry of health, Egypt, Head of Nuclear Reaction Laboratory, Nuclear Research Center, Egypt, Head of Physics Department, Faculty of Education, Amran University, Yemen, Institute of High Energy Physics (IHEP), Beijing, China from 2012 till now. He has obtained his PhD degree in Physics. His research was on Modern utilization of accurate methods for gamma ray spectral analysis detected by high pure Germanium (HPGe) detectors through different applications at Zagazig University, Cairo, cooperation with Joint Institute of Nuclear Research (JINR), Dubna, Russia. He joined Institute of High Energy Physics (IHEP), Beijing, China (2012-2015) for his Post Doctoral. Further to his skills, he has knowledge of Programming languages, Graphics & Web designer, Operating Systems, Editing Software and Curves Plot software. Dr. Medhat has made contribution to Software projects , Commercial codes especially in nuclear installation and measurement, A package for gamma-ray spectrum analysis and routine neutron activation analysis (PGSA), Neutron activation analysis (NAA) system control and automation, Code for diagnostics problems in Irradiation Channels, Predicting photon attenuation in massive targets using neural networks. He has published 36 articles in international journals, 2 articles in national journals, 15 articles in conferences. He has received many distinctions including Third prize of Chinese Academy of Science, September, 2013, MARQUIS Who’s Who in the world 2011, 28th edition, biography published. He is providing services in 12 journals as reviewer.

Area of Interest:

Physical Science Engineering
100%
Neutron Activation Analysis
62%
Gamma Spectrometry
90%
Atomic Physics
75%
Nuclear Energy
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Singh, V.P., M.E. Medhat, N.M. Badiger and A.Z.M.S. Rahman, 2015. Radiation shielding effectiveness of newly developed superconductors. Radiat. Phys. Chem., 106: 175-183.
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  2. Singh, V.P., M.E. Medhat and S.P. Shirmardi, 2015. Comparative studies on shielding properties of some steel alloys using Geant4, MCNP, WinXCOM and experimental results. Radiat. Phys. Chem., 106: 255-260.
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  3. Medhat, M.E., W. Shan and M. Kurudirek, 2015. Modern utilization of an accurate method for detecting essential elements in whole blood using low energy photons. X-Ray Spectrom. 10.1002/xrs.2604.
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  4. Medhat, M.E., 2015. Comprehensive study of photon attenuation through different construction matters by Monte Carlo simulation. Radiat. Phys. Chem., 107: 65-74.
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  5. Medhat, M.E. and Y. Wang, 2015. Investigation on radiation shielding parameters of oxide dispersion strengthened steels used in high temperature nuclear reactor applications. Ann. Nuclear Energy, 80: 365-370.
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  6. Singh, V.P., N.M. Badiger and M.E. Medhat, 2014. Comprehensive study on energy absorption build-up factors and exposure build-up factors of solid state nuclear track detectors. Indian J. Pure Applied Phys., 52: 314-321.
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  7. Singh, V.P., M.E. Medhat and N.M. Badiger, 2014. Utilization of Geant4 Monte Carlo simulation method for studying attenuation of photons in normal and heavy concretes at high energy values. J. Radioanal. Nuclear Chem., 300: 325-331.
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  8. Singh, V.P., M.E. Medhat and N.M. Badiger, 2014. Photon attenuation coefficients of thermoluminescent dosimetric materials by Geant4 toolkit, XCOM program and experimental data: A comparison study. Ann. Nuclear Energy, 68: 96-100.
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  9. Singh, V.P., M.E. Medhat and N.M. Badiger, 2014. Gamma-ray shielding effectiveness of some alloys for fusion reactor design. J. Fusion Energy, 33: 555-564.
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  10. Singh, V.P., M.E. Medhat and N.M. Badiger, 2014. Assessment of exposure buildup factors of some oxide dispersion strengthened steels applied in modern nuclear engineering and designs. Nuclear Eng. Design, 270: 90-100.
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  11. Medhat, M.E., N. Demir, U.A. Tarim and O. Gurler, 2014. Calculation of gamma-ray mass attenuation coefficients of some egyptian soil samples using Monte Carlo methods. Radiat. Effects Defects Solids, 169: 706-714.
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  12. Medhat, M.E., L.F. Pires and R.C.J. Arthur, 2014. Analysis of photon interaction parameters as function of soil composition. J. Radioanal. Nuclear Chem., 300: 1105-1112.
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  13. Medhat, M.E., 2014. A new method for detecting hemoglobin directly in whole blood using photon attenuation techniques. J. Radioanal. Nuclear Chem., 300: 437-443.
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  14. Medhat, M.E. and Y. Wang, 2014. Simulation of 4π HPGe compton-suppression spectrometer. Int. J. Phys. Sci., 9: 13-19.
  15. Medhat, M.E. and Y. Wang, 2014. Estimation of background spectrum in a shielded HPGe detector using Monte Carlo simulations. Applied Radiat. Isotopes, 84: 13-18.
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  16. Medhat, M.E. and Y. Wang, 2014. Assessment of the suitability of Monte Carlo simulation for activity measurements of extended sources. J. Radioanal. Nuclear Chem., 300: 1005-1011.
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  17. Medhat, M.E. and V.P. Singh, 2014. Mass attenuation coefficients of composite materials by Geant4, XCOM and experimental data: Comparative study. Radiat. Effects Defects Solids, 169: 800-807.
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  18. Medhat, M.E. , S.P. Shirmardi and V.P. Singh, 2014. Comparison of geant 4, MCNP simulation codes of studying attenuation of gamma rays through biological materials with XCOM and experimental data. Applied Comput. Math. .
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  19. Kurudirek, M. and M.E. Medhat, 2014. Robust determination of mass attenuation coefficients of materials with unknown thickness and density. Radiat. Phys. Chem., 100: 65-69.
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  20. Esfandiari, M., S.P. Shirmardi and M.E. Medhat, 2014. Element analysis and calculation of the attenuation coefficients for gold, bronze and water matrixes using MCNP, WinXCom and experimental data. Radiat. Phys. Chem., 99: 30-36.
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  21. Medhat, M.E. and Y. Wang, 2013. Geant4 code for simulation attenuation of gamma rays through scintillation detectors. Ann. Nuclear Energy, 62: 316-320.
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  22. Medhat, M.E., H.S. Eissa, E.K. Elmaghraby and S.A. Abu Khadra, 2012. Radioactivity risk associated with the handling of compact fluorescent lamp. Radiat. Prot. Dosim., 151: 391-395.
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  23. Medhat, M.E., 2012. Study of the mass attenuation coefficients and effective atomic numbers in some gemstones. J. Radioanal. Nucl. Chem., 293: 555-564.
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  24. Medhat, M.E., 2012. Gamma absorption technique in elemental analysis of composite materials. Ann. Nucl. Eng., 47: 204-209.
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  25. Medhat, M.E., 2012. Artificial intelligence methods applied for quantitative analysis of natural radioactive sources. Ann. Nucl. Eng., 45: 73-79.
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  26. Medhat, M.E., 2012. Application of gamma-ray transmission method for investigation of the properties of cultivated soil. Ann. Nucl. Eng., 40: 53-59.
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  27. Medhat, M.E., 2011. Studies on effective atomic numbers and electron densities in different solid state track detectors in the energy range 1 keV-100 GeV. Ann. Nucl. Energy, 38: 1252-1263.
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  28. Medhat, M.E. and M. Fayez-Hassan, 2011. Elemental analysis of cement used for radiation shielding by instrumental neutron activation analysis. Nucl. Eng. Des., 241: 2138-2142.
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  29. Eissa, H.S., M.E. Medhat, S.A. Said and E.K. Elmaghraby, 2011. Radiation dose estimation of sand samples collected from different Egyptian beaches. Radiat. Prot. Dosimetry, 147: 533-540.
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  30. Medhat, M.E., 2010. A code for gamma-ray spectrum analysis and neutron activation analysis. Proceedings of the 4th Saudi Science Conference, March 21-24, 2010, Al-Madinah, KSA. -.
  31. Medhat, M.E. and M. Fayez-Hassan, 2010. Natural radioactivity of some Egyptian building materials. Arab J. Nucl. Sci. Appl., 43: 151-160.
  32. Abdel-Hafiez, A., R. Atteya and M.E. Medhat, 2010. Theoretical investigations for electronic structures and photodissociation of bromine molecule. Int. J. Phys. Sci., 5: 978-983.
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  33. Medhat, M.E., 2009. Gamma-ray attenuation coefficients of some building materials available in Egypt. Ann. Nucl. Energy, 36: 849-852.
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  34. Medhat, M.E., 2009. Assessment of radiation hazards due to natural radioactivity in some building materials used in Egyptian dwellings. Radio Prot. Dosim., 133: 177-185.
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  35. Medhat, M.E., A. Abdel-hafez Hassan, M.A. Ali and Z. Awad, 2007. Using wavelet transform for searching peaks in gamma-ray spectra. Arab J. Nucl. Sci. Appl., 39: 121-129.
  36. Medhat, M. E., 2007. A review on applications of wavelet transforms technique in spectral analysis. Proceedings of the 6th Conference on Nuclear and Particle Physics, November 17-21, 2007, Luxor, Egypt. -.
  37. Medhat, M.E., A. Abdel-hafiez, Z. Awwad and M.A. Ali, 2005. A package for gamma-ray spectrum analysis and routine neutron activation analysis. Pramana, 65: 245-258.
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  38. Medhat, M.E., 2004. Application of wavelet transform for gamma spectral analysis detected by high pure germanium detectors. Proceedings of the Ist International Conference of Wavelet Analysis and Its Applications and Active Media Technology Chongqing, May 28-30, 2004, China. -.
  39. Medhat, M.E., 2003. A code for coincidence summing corrections of HPGe detectors. Proccedings of the 3rd Conference on Nuclear and Particle Physics, October 11-15, 2003, Fayoum, Egypt. -.
  40. Medhat, M.E. and B. Slowinski, 2003. Towards solving radioactive waste problems. Proceedings of the International Conference on Nuclear Physics and Applications in the 21 Century, March 8-13, 2003, Cairo. -.