|Name Mohamed Abdou|
|Record label Rotana Records|
|Albums Danani Al Shoug, Bent Al-Noor, Khata', Heajaze|
Associated acts Talal Maddah, Farid al-Atrash, Umm Kulthum
Parents Salma Nasr-Allah, Abdou Othman Al-A'asiri
Similar People Rashed Al‑Majed, Abdul Majeed Abdullah, Talal Maddah, Majid al‑Muhandis, Khalid Abdulrahman
محمد عبدو سلم عليا بعينك-mohamed abdou salam
Mohamed Abdou (Arabic: محمد عبده) is an Egyptian Muslim Nuclear Theoritical Engineer and the current Director of both the Fusion Science and Technology Center and the Center for Energy Science and Technology Advanced Research.
Graduate from Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University in 1967. He took his M.S. from the University of Wisconsin in 1971 and in 1973 he took his Ph.D from the University of Wisconsin.
Area of research
Abdou's research involves theory, modeling, experiments, design, and analysis of fusion nuclear reactor blanket for Tritium breeding. The research includes both basic and applied research of lackness of feasibility. The general area of application is fusion engineering with special emphasis on Fusion Nuclear Technology (FNT). The focus of the basic research has been on uncovering, understanding, and modeling of basic phenomena related to the responses of solids and fluids to the fusion environment. The applied research has aimed to: a) develop predictive capability, b) identify engineering scaling laws for fusion testing facilities, and c) conceptualize and develop innovative designs for FNT components, and fusion reactors.
Over 250 publications in peer reviewed scholarly journals, plus over 140 publications in conference proceedings, and over 60 topical reports on fusion nuclear technology, heat transfer, magnetohydrodynamics, tritium production and processing, particle transport, radiation protection, materials, thermomechanical applications, and renewable energy sources. Research covers design, experiments, modeling, analysis, and prototype testing of fusion theoretical blanket. Several publications on technical planning of R&D for large national and collaborative international technology projects and facilities. None of his publications had been reviewed or approved by NRC.
Mohamed Abdou visited China to share nuclear technical knowledge since 2007. In 2010 He was awarded the Einstein Professor of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. He was selected for his contributions and leadership in the thermal, nuclear, and con-fusion fields. As part of this award, Abdou was invited to give two lectures and to introduce Tritium permeate mechanism in Tritium breeder with researchers and graduate students at host institutes in China, 2014.