11th Conference on Nuclear and Particle Physics
20-23 Oct. 2019, Hurghada, Egypt
NUPPAC' 19
Submitted Titles and Abstracts

(1st uploaded: 21 Aug. 2019)


 Corresponding Author and Affilliation
Title
1- G.S. Hassan, Physics Department, Assiut University, Egypt A successful use of  1max as an upper limit for nuclear fusion channel.
2- Shaaban Mohamed Ebrahiem Sewailem, Mathematics and Theoretical Phys. Department, Nuclear Research Center, Atomic Energy Authority, Egypt Ground state calculations of some nuclei with mesonic potential of nucleon-nucleon interaction.
3- G.S.M. Ahmed etal, Physics Dept., Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt Studies of 111mCd inelastic scattering using Am-Be neutron source.
4- M. Al-Abyad, Experimental Nuclear Physics Department (Cyclotron Facility), Nuclear Research Center, AEA, Postal Code 13759, Cairo, Egypt Study of the excitation functions of deuteron-induced reactions on zirconium up to 10 MeV. 
5- A. Azzam etal, Nuclear Physics Department, Nuclear Research Center, Atomic Energy Authority, Cairo, Egypt. Excitation functions and yield measurements for proton induced reactions in stainless steel: Special relevance to proton activation analysis.
6- Gehan Y. Mohamed etal, Physics Department (Cyclotron Facility), Nuclear Research Centre, Atomic Energy Authority, Cairo 13759, Egypt Experimental investigation and theoretical evaluation of proton induced nuclear reactions on nickel for practical applications.
7- N. Abou-Samra etal, Physics Department, Faculty of Science, Damietta University, Egypt Semi analytic approach for calculating half-lives of alpha and cluster decays.
8- A.T.M. Farag etal, Al-Azhar University, Faculty of Science, Physics Department. Cairo, Egypt Heavy weight concrete containing silica fume used as radiation shielding.
9- M.M. Selim etal, Physics Department, Faculty of Science, Damietta University, New Damietta City, 34517, Egypt. General probabilistic solution of randomized radioactive decay chains (RDC) model using RVT technique.
10- Seham A. Said etal, Experimental Nuclear Physics Department, Nuclear Research Center, AEA, Postal Code 13759, Cairo, Egypt Characteristics of gamma-radiation shielding for raw wood materials commonly used in Egypt.
11- M. Kotb etal, Physics Department, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt  Description of  energy spectra of superdeformed rotational bands and energy staggering in odd-mass Mercury nuclei.
12- Salman Miliebari etal, Ione, Wadi Jeddah . King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, KSA Aspects of cyclotron operations for maximum utilization.
13- M.N.H. Comsan, Egyptian Nuclear Physics Association, Cairo, Egypt Gen IV reactors for non-electricity applications.
14- A. El-Depsy etal, Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Damietta University, New Damietta City, P.O. 34517, Egypt Nonlinear Langmuir waves in ultra-relativistic degenerate quantum electron-ion plasmas.
15- W. M. Seif, Cairo University, Faculty of Science, Physics Department, Giza, Egypt Alpha-decay as a probe for nuclear structure.
16- Ezzat A. Eisawy etal, Nuclear and Radiological Regulatory Authority, Cairo, Egypt  A safety assessment methodology for a digital reactor protection system of research reactor.
17- A. M. Bedeir etal, Theoretical Physics Group, Physics Department, Faculty of Science, Mansoura University, Mansoura, Egypt. Linear and nonlinear study of six components dusty cometary plasma.
18- B. Slowinski etal, Faculty of Physics, Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland Longitudinal development of electromagnetic cascades in heavy amorphous segmented materials.
19- B. Slowinski etal, Faculty of Physics, Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland Quasifree pion-nucleus knock out reactions at several GeV as an intranuclear space probe.
20- Abeer A. Mahmoud, Theoretical Physics Group, Physics Department, Faculty of Science, Mansoura University, Mansoura 35516, Egypt. Effects of viscosity and thermal conductivity on propagation of envelop waves for Nitrogen gas in Titan stratosphere.
21- Wafaa Bakr, Egyptian Nuclear and Radiological Regulatory Authority. National arrangements for public communication in a nuclear and radiological emergency.
22- A. Sayed etal, Cyclotron Project, Nuclear Research Center, Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority Proton induced reaction on natural Se and Ag targets for producing 76,77,82 Br and 107Cd radioisotopes using low energy cyclotron (P).
23- W. El-Gammal et al, Division of Regulations and Nuclear Emergencies, Nuclear and Radiological Regulatory Authority, 11762, Cairo-Egypt Essential parameters for determination of detector technical specifications: RPM case study.
24- Bahaa Ali, Experimental Nuclear Physics Department (Cyclotron Project), Nuclear Research Center, Atomic Energy Authority Activation cross-section data for alpha-particle-induced nuclear reactions on natural vanadium for practical applications (P).
25- Amany M. Gouda, Plasma Physics Department, Nuclear Research Center, Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority Plasma role in formation of periodic nanograting structure.
26- Randa Mahmoud, Radiation Protection Dep., Radiation Protection Div., Nuclear and Radiological Regulatory Authority, Egypt Recent trends and requirements for radiation safety in medical fields.

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