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Editing By|Tony Wild
The National Research Institute Of Astronomy & Geophysics ( nriag) in Egypt announced that his team of scientists will proceed to the Abu Simple temple to observe the orthogonality of the Sun on Ramses II,The observation activities will start from 19 to 21 February 2019.
It is known that the the orthogonality of the Sun on Ramses II , are happening twice yearly, where the Sun penetrates the structure and illuminates the sculptures on the back wall of the cavity.
Abu Simbel temple is one of the Egyptian - UNESCO World Heritage Site, composed of impressive rock, temples carved from the mountainside during the 19th dynasty reign of the Pharaoh Ramesses II, in the 13th century BC. They are located at Abu Simbel, a village in Nubia, in southern Egypt near Aswan.
Written by|Abeer Almadawy
- Scientist Prof. Gad El - Qady...
The scientist Profile as appeared in NRIAG ;
Name: Gad Mohamed el-qady
CURRENT POSITION : Head of National Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics
Birth City|Mansoura - Egypt
Education: 1991: B.Sc. (Honors), GEOPHYSICS, U Mansoura, EGYPT
1995: M.Sc. GEOPHYSICS, U Mansoura, Egypt.
2001: Ph.D. Geophysics, U Kyushu, Japan
2003-2005: Post-Doctoral, U Kyushu, Japan.
1992-2001 Assistant Researcher NRIAG
2001-2006 Lecturer NRIAG
2006-2011 Associate Professor NRIAG
Dec 2011-now Professor NRIAG
Nov. 2009 – Feb 2010 Director of Kyushu university Cairo office.
Feb 2010- Jun 2013 Cultural attaché, Egyptian Embassy, Japan
Sept. 2013- August 2014, Director of International relations at E-JUST.
Jan 2017- Nov 2017, Acting President of NIOF, Egypt.
JULY. 2016 – Oct. 2018: Head of geomagnetic and Geoelectric Dept. nriag.
Oct. 2018 – till now, Vice president of NRIAG
MAIN RESEARCH OR TECHNOLOGY TOPICS:
Geophysics, Electromagnetic, Potential Field
Applied & Environment