President of Egypt-Japan University honors the members of the scientific Millionaires’ Club… 21 professors, including 3 women

Prof. Ahmed El-Gohary, President of Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology, honored the 21 members of the university’s scientific “Millionaires’ Club”, including 3 women, in the presence of Prof. Satoshi Goto, Vice President for Research and Prof. Sameh Nada, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Education on Tuesday.

The list of honorees included Prof. Ahmed Abdel Malik, Prof. Ahmed Fath El-Bab, Prof. Ahmed Abdel Moneim, Prof. Ahmed El-Shazly, Prof. Ahmed Hassanein, Prof. Ahmed Agiza, Prof. Amin Shoukry, Prof. Amr Eltawil, Prof. Ayman Mahrous, Prof. Hamdy Abu Ali, Prof. Maha Elsabrouty, and Prof. Mohamad Ayad, Dr. Marwa Elkady, Prof. Mona Gamal El-Din, Prof. Muhammad Abu Zahhad, Prof. Mohsen Ghali, Prof. Mohsen Khozami, Prof. Mohammed Sharaf, Prof. Walid Gomaa, Prof. Sherif Hammad, and Prof. Hassan Shoukry.

Prof. El-Gohary stressed that honoring university scholars, members of the scientific “Millionaires’ Club”, comes in appreciation of their efforts and excellence in scientific research and projects that support Egypt’s vision of sustainable development and serve society. He explained that developing the scientific research system, supporting researchers, stimulating and supporting innovation and creativity is a top priority at the university. This includes increasing research activities among university faculty members and increasing publications of scientific research in major scientific journals in the world.

Prof. Satoshi Goto, Vice President of Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology for Research, explained that membership in the scientific “Millionaires’ Club” requires university faculty to be able to obtain competitive research and applied projects with external funding, whether from Egyptian, international or industrial funding agencies, with a value of at least one million pounds.