The Association of Egyptian Scientists in Canada and America concludes its 44th conference in Ain Shams University

Several topics were raised at the conference of the Egyptian Scientists Association in Canada and America at its forty-fourth session, where he dealt with various scientific issues through fifty-three scientific research of about thirty researchers from America, Europe and Canada, in addition to fifteen researchers from Egypt.



Among the scientific papers presented were a research paper entitled Development of Egypt: Objectives and Resources by Dr. Mohammad Ali Sharif of the International University of Education, calling for the need to "think outside the box" away from the traditional solution.


Engineering Education

Dr. Ashraf Ghali, Professor of Engineering at Union College, presented a research paper entitled "Adopting the American model in engineering education for global accreditation".

Ghali said during his presentation that the faculties and universities in the United States is seeking accreditation for its programs of engineering at the curriculum of the American Council of Engineering and Technology development (ABT), adding that the Council adopt a proof that the faculty programs match required for graduates can enter the labor market.



For his part, Professor of Accounting at the University of Kutstown, Pennsylvania, Mustafa Maksi, presented a research paper entitled "Factors related to student performance in the Intermediate accounting: a pilot study in a residential university."

He pointed out that the study aims to test whether some of the driving factors selected can have positive or negative effects on the performance of students in the Intermediate accounting course, adding that the study found that the degree obtained by the student in the first intermediate accounting and cumulative total are good factors to predict Student performance in the second intermediate accounting course.



Dr. Wajdi Abdullah, a professor at Seton Hall University, discussed through a paper entitled "Global Solutions to the Erosion of the base and the Conversion of Profits: The Issue of Pricing in Developing Countries", three issues he described as the task of investigating the measures that the tax authorities should implement to reduce the erosion of the base and how to use them, analysis using reports and communication among countries regarding objectives, benefits and potential costs, as well as discussing the problems and challenges faced by multinational companies in the implementation of the Office for Enterprise Development in developing countries.



For his part, Dr. Ahmed Al-Sawy, head of engineering and manufacturing technology at Tennessee University of Technology, highlighted the production of bio-diesel from vegetable oil waste as a solution to economic management. Environmental and waste.

He pointed out that biodiesel can be produced from vegetable oils by exchanging molecules of fatty acids with methanol and lye to give methyl ester (biodiesel) and glycerin.

Al-Sawy said that the objective of this study is to make biodiesel production automatic from biodiesel and glycerin waste, as well as to make biodiesel production automatically through vegetable oil waste.


Forensic Psychiatry

Dr. Mohammed Attallah, Assistant Vice President of the University of McMaster, reviewed a joint research paper with Samar Abdel-Azim, assistant professor at Ain Shams University entitled "Online Training Program for the Development of Forensic Psychiatry Research in Egypt." The paper pointed out that forensic psychiatry research is a new area of study.

"The idea of establishing the first Center for Excellence in Forensic Psychiatry in the Middle East, funded by the Newton Fund, was established in Egypt," Dr. Samar said. "Ain Shams University focuses on developing the center's sustainability plan.



The Conference of the Association of Egyptian Scientists in Canada and America, which continued for three consecutive days, concluded several recommendations and proposals, foremost among which is the need to cooperate in research projects between scholars abroad and Egyptians at home, especially the universities, to be funded by the Academy of Scientific Research, Water and agriculture.

The participants also decided to discuss the cooperation frameworks between Ain Shams University and some universities abroad in the form of memorandums of understanding and agreements, establishing a database for Egyptian scientists abroad to benefit from their expertise in several fields. The lectures were delivered during the conference on YouTube Ain Shams or social networking sites so that all interested in the scientific fields can see and benefit more from the direct presence, in addition to enhancing the presence of children of the University of the Child in the conference to create a generation to absorb the knowledge and modern technology.