2022 3rd International Symposium on Energy Environment and Green Development (EEGD 2022)

Speakers

Keynote Speakers


Prof. Abd El-Fatah Abomohra(Egypt)

Chengdu University

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Experience: Abd El-Fatah Abomohra, PhD, is a Professor of Environmental Engineering at the Department of Environmental Engineering, School of Architecture and Civil Engineering (SACE), Chengdu University (China). He received his PhD in “Phycology” through a cooperation program between Tanta University (Egypt) and Hamburg University (Germany) funded by Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD). He performed postdoctoral research at Hamburg University (Germany) and Harbin Institute of Technology (China). After his graduation, he worked as a faculty member at Tanta University (Egypt), Jiangsu University (China) and Chengdu University (China). 

His major is interdisciplinary of microbiology and environmental engineering. He has stupendous research experiences and finite vision in the field of biofuel production. According to Web of Science, he published more than 100 SCI papers, most of them are in Q1 journals with 4 papers as “Highly Cited Paper”. In 2020, he nominated among the Top-10 publications and citation at Tanta University (Egypt). In addition, he was one of the World’s Top 2% of Scientists List published by Stanford University. Recently in 2020, he published a very valuable review article in one of the top energy journals “Progress in Energy and Combustion Science” (CiteScore 56.4 and Impact Factor 29.4, click here). Currently, he is the head of the New Energy and Environmental Laboratory (NEEL) at Chengdu University. His research group is primarily working on bioenergy production from different biomass feedstocks and wastes. 


Prof. Arash Gharibi

Samarkand State University

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Title: Is it possible to restore water tables in a desert so that the result is greening the desert with roses?

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Latest methods on how to stop desertification in China and around the world have presented. A holistic solution is needed to be able to mimic nature to stop the desert from growing larger and larger. Actions Against Desertification (AAD) are as follows:

· Straw checkerboards planting

· Planning grazing to mimic nature

· Agro forestry System (planting many trees as a wall)

· Crop circle

· Flash floods (Green Prophet)

The AAD brings environmental benefits as well as providing food and income generating opportunities for local people. It will also stop environmental migrations as well as saving our planet for the future generations.

Experience: Professor Arash Gharibi carried out teaching and research on bio-photonic and aerosol science at Lund University (LU), Zhejiang University (ZJU), China University of Shanghai for Science and Technology (USST), China, and Shanxi Normal University (SXNU), China. Currently, he is the head of the Aerosol and Environmental Science (AAEC) team at Samarkand State University (Samdu), Uzbekistan. He was awarded his first guest professor title in physics 2010 from University of shanghai for Science and Technology (USST) in Shanghai, China and his second guest professor title in physics 2013 from Shanxi Normal University (SXNU) in Linfen , China.