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Laboratory Safety Management Course
College of Science, in collaboration with the Secretariat of Academic Affairs, organized a training course in the laboratory safety management, which targeted lab technicians and workers at university. The course included theoretical and practical sessions for five days. Dr. Rawia Abdul Ghani, Head of Physics Department and coordinator of the course explained that the course is of great importance especially for labs technicians. She praised the role of the Secretariat of Academic Affairs and the College of Science in the success of the course.
A scholar in Sudan University of Science and Technology awarded
A Sudanese scholar, Dr. Badr Awad Aseed Mohammed Abdullah a professor at the faculty of science-Department of physics, Sudan University of Science and Technology has won an academic prize for science awarded by the Academy of the Developing World for science in 2013 for contributing five rigorous scientific papers in high-energy physics. The prize is regularly organized by the Academy of Sciences of developing world in Italy in collaboration with the African Union. The prize is awarded to young people under the age of forty from African countries who made distinguished research in sciences. A sum of 5$ plus a certificate from the academy in Italy has been the material award.
The effect of Doping Concentration on the performance of Solar Cells constructed from (Muscovite/TiO2/Dye/Al)
The effect of Doping Concentration on the performance of Solar Cells constructed from (Muscovite/TiO2/Dye/Al)
Presented by: Rawia Abdelgani Elobaid
Supervisor: Dr.Abdelrahman Elhassan Mohamed Osman
Date: 6.4.2009
Place: College of Science Meetings Hall.
Time: 10.00 am
College of Science: Congratulations to Prof. Mohamed Abdelkarim
The administration and staff of the college of science would like to congratulate Dr Mohamed Abdelkarim Mohamed, who is recently promoted to Professorship position.
College of Science: Participation in the First Sudanese Conference & Exhibition for Non-destructive
The First Sudanese Conference & Exhibition for Non-destructive Testing was arranged by Sudanese Society for Non-destructive Testing (SSDT) under the auspices of National Electricity Corporation (NEC), Sudanese Petroleum Pipelines Company (SPPC), Sudapet, and Sudan Atomic Energy Commission (SAEC)in the period 2 - 3 Jun 2008 at the Police home. Dr Abdulrahman Alhassan Mohamed Osman, former dean of the College was participated in this conference by presenting two papers entitled: The role of Sudan University in enhancing the NDT culture in Sudan and the second paper on the use of Eddy currents to determine density variations in Bronze compacts.