3rd International Conference
on Pure and Applied Sciences
Feb. 02-06, 2017, Dubai
  • 3rd International Conference on Pure and Applied Sciences Dubai, Feb. 2-6, 2017
  Invited Speakers

Prof. Hector Moya Cessa, Mexico,  Obtained his PhD from Imperial College in London in 1993. Since then he has been a researcher in Instituto Nacional de Astrofísica, Óptica y Electrónica in Puebla, Mexico, working mainly on Quantum Optics. He has organized several conferences. He is a former president of the Quantum Information Division of the Mexican Physical Society (SMF). In 2006 he received three prizes: (a) the Int. Commission for Optics and the Inter. Centre for Theoretical Physics award 2006, assigned in recognition of the high level quality of his research activities on the Foundation of Quantum Optics and for his involvement in organizational activities aimed at diffusing the interest on Quantum Optics in Latin America. (b) the research prize of the Mexican Academy of sciences 2006 for young scientists (under 40), and (c) the Science and Technology prize 2006, from Puebla state.



Professor Hanada Taha, UAE,  Endowed Chair Professor of Arabic Language, Zayed University, UAE. Hanada Taha is the Endowed Chair Professor of Arabic Language at Zayed University.  She was previously acting Dean of Bahrain Teachers College. She earned her Ph.D. in Curriculum & Instruction from the University of New Orleans. She holds a Masters Degree in Educational Psychology and a Bachelors Degree in Psychology from the American University of Beirut.


Prof. Alfred Schreiber,  Germany,  Werdegang: Studium der Mathe­matik, Physik und Philo­sophie in Gießen und Köln – Wis­sen­schaft­licher Assistent an der PH Rhein­land – Privat­dozent an der RWTH Aachen – Freier Software­entwickler – Bil­dungs­referent an der Deutschen Spar­kassen-Aka­de­mie, Bonn – Profes­sor für Ma­the­matik und ihre Didak­tik an der Uni­ver­sität Flensburg (seit 1986). Arbeitsfelder: Mathematik und Didaktik: Begriffsbildung – Epistemologie – Kombinatorik – Heuristik – Modellierung – Medien­infor­matik. Außerdem literarische Tätigkeiten: als Essayist, Heraus­geber, Über­setzer und Autor von Gedichten. Publikationen: Chronologisches Gesamtverzeichnis meiner Veröffentlichungen  (1968–2015).  Eine Auswahl publizierter Titel bei ResearchGate

  Prof. Abdel-Shafy F. Obada, received D. Sc. and Ph. D. from Manchester University, 1994 and 1964. His current research interests include quantum resources, optical and atomic implementations of quantum information tasks and generations. Membership of Scientific Societies: Institute of Physics (London), International Association of Mathematical Physics, International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) Trieste, Italy, and Mathematical and Physical Society of Egypt. He is the Chairman of Egyptian Mathematical Society, member of American Mathematical Society, Egyptian Academy of Sciences, New York Academy of Sciences and African Academy of Sciences. He has awarded several prizes, such as, State prize for scientific publications and citation 2008, State Prize for Scientific Innovation 2004, State Recognition Prize in Basic Sciences for 2005. He has published over 230 papers in international refereed journals, some books and book chapters.
  Prof. Ali Hadi is a Distinguished University Professor and Chair of the Dept. of Mathematics and Actuarial Science at the American University in Cairo (AUC). He is also the Founding Director of the Actuarial Science Program and a former Vice Provost at AUC. He obtained M.Sc, M. Phil, and Ph.D. with honors all from New York University in 1980, 1982, and 1984, respectively. Prior to joining AUC in 2000, Hadi was a Stephen Weiss Presidential Fellow and Professor of Statistics at Cornell University, where he is currently Professor Emeritus. During the years 1984–2000, he served as assistant, associate, and full professor, as well as the chair of the Department of Social Statistics, School of Industrial and Labor Relations. He has published 5 books and over 100 papers. His Google’s Scholar Citation index is about 11,000 with h-index of 29 and i10-index of 45. For more information please visit his Website at http://www.aucegypt.edu/faculty/hadi/
  Prof. Thameur CHAIBI is the GIZ senior advisor for the Pan African University, Institute for Water and Energy Sciences (PAUWES). He has worked for over two decades promoting science, technology, higher education and research programs in the field of Water-Energy-Nexus, as a coordinator of the Pan African University and Expert in S&T at the AUC in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and as a Director of Research at the National Research Institute for Agricultural Engineering, Water and Forestry in Tunisia. He is a Member of the Founders committee and board of director of the Middle East and North Africa Network of Water Centres of excellence (MENA/ NWC), the Advisory group of the Word bank project on African Centre of Excellence (ACE), the Governing council of the African Academy of Sciences representative of North Africa Region. He is a follow of the Academy of Sciences for the Developing World (TWAS) and the African Academy of Sciences (AAS). He served in various capacities as associate member of the Environmental Security panel under the NATO Science for Peace and Security and the European Commission Frameworks Programmes. 
  Prof. Fathalla A. Rihan, United Arab Emirates University, Mathematical Analysis, Numerical Analysis, Biomathematics. B.Sc. Hons. in Mathematics (Alexandria University, Egypt) 1986. M.Sc. in Numerical Analysis, in "Spectral Methods for PDEs", (Helwan University, Egypt) 1992.  PhD in Numerical Analysis ( In the field of Biomathematics ) ( Manchester University under supervision of Prof. Christopher Baker) 2000. His main interest are, Numerical Mathematical Biology; Numerical Solutions of Ordinary, Delay and Neutral Differential Equations, Using CRK Methods; Numerical Solutions of PDEs (with time-lags), Using Discretization and Spectral Methods.; Parameter Identifications in Ordinary and Delay Differential Models, Sensitivity Analysis; Mathematical modelling of phenomena with time-lags or after-effects, such as cell division, population dynamics, infectious diseases, etc.; Data Assimilation And Numerical Weather Prediction using Doppler Radial Winds Data. 




Dr. Frank W. Pueschel, Flensburg, Germany,  started his career as a computer specialist in the early 1980th. He is working as a data scientist after receiving his diploma in Applied Mathematics in 1993. After managing projects in the field of mathematics and statistics he obtained his doctoral degree of economics at the Institute of International Management at the Europa-University Flensburg, Germany. During that time, he worked on a classification method for energy related mass data. Many of his research subjects are related to forecasting mostly economical indications. Since the early 2000th he also built up a political (election) stock market to predict the election outcome for several elections all over Germany. The results are always ranking in the top. Currently he is working in the management of a manufacturer of medical devices in Germany.
  All rights reserved 2015 - NSP, www.naturalspublishing.com