Wessam E. Abd Allah


Wessam E. Abd Allah pursued his Ph.D. in Agricultural Engineering at Zagazig University. He is an Associate Professor of Department of Agricultural Engineering, Faculty of Agriculture, Zagazig University.

He is active working member at Scientific and Professional Societies named:

  • World Society Sustainable Energy Technology (WSSET), London, UK.
  • Misr Egyptian of Agricultural Engineering, EG.
  • Faculty and Leadership Development Center at Zagazig University

He published various research articles in prestigious journals and presented at conferences in his research areas of Agricultural Engineering. He is also the consultant and reviewer for various journals. He received many honors and awards for his quality research work.

Research Interests:

  • Agricultural Engineering
  • Crops Mechanization
  • Horticulture Mechanization
  • Agricultural Wastes “Management and Recycling Mechanization”
  • Design and Evaluating Irrigation Systems
  • Protected Cultivation Engineering
  • Bioenergy and Bio-system Technologies
  • Solar energy
  • Biogas Technology
  • Bio-systems engineering and Energy

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