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Prof Dr. Mohamed Hamdy, Geochemistry and Petrology, Best Researcher Award

Professor at Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Tanta University, Egypt


Dr. Mohamed Hamdy is a distinguished Professor of Geology at Tanta University, where he has held various academic positions since the early 1990s. With expertise in geochemistry and ore deposits, Dr. Hamdy’s research focuses on unraveling the geochemical processes governing the formation of mineral deposits, particularly in mantle rocks. His investigations encompass a wide range of mineralizations, including gold, uranium, chromite, and copper-nickel, among others. Dr. Hamdy’s contributions to the field extend beyond research, as he has also played key roles in supervising postgraduate students and managing academic quality assurance. His dedication to scientific excellence and interdisciplinary collaboration underscores his commitment to advancing our understanding of Earth’s geological processes and mineral resources.

Professional Profile:

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👩‍🎓Education & Qualification:

Professional experience:  

Dr. Mohamed Hamdy possesses extensive professional experience spanning several decades in the field of geology and geochemistry. He has held various academic positions at Tanta University, starting as a Demonstrator in the Geology Department and progressing through the ranks to his current position as a Professor. Additionally, Dr. Hamdy has served as an Associate Professor at Al Mergib University in Libya. His expertise lies in geochemistry and ore deposits, with a particular focus on mantle rocks and associated mineralizations such as gold, uranium, and copper-nickel. Throughout his career, Dr. Hamdy has demonstrated a commitment to scientific excellence, evident in his numerous research projects, publications, and supervisory roles for master’s and doctoral students. His contributions to academia extend beyond teaching and research, as he has also managed the Quality Assurance Unit at Tanta University, showcasing his leadership abilities and dedication to academic integrity.

Research Interest:

Dr. Mohamed Hamdy’s research interests primarily revolve around the fields of geochemistry and ore deposits, with a focus on understanding the geochemical processes underlying the formation of various mineralizations. His expertise lies in investigating mantle rocks and their associated mineral deposits, including but not limited to gold, uranium, chromite, copper-nickel, and talc. Dr. Hamdy’s research delves into the geochemical characteristics of these mineralizations, aiming to unravel their genesis, distribution, and potential economic significance. He is particularly interested in exploring the geochemical signatures of these deposits to develop effective exploration and exploitation strategies. Furthermore, Dr. Hamdy is actively involved in research projects aimed at characterizing rare metal and non-metallic mineralization for applications in renewable energy storage, reflecting his commitment to addressing contemporary challenges through interdisciplinary approaches. Overall, his research endeavors contribute significantly to advancing our understanding of geological processes and their implications for mineral resource exploration and utilization.

Publication Top Noted:

Reworked Neoproterozoic sub-arc lithosphere beneath the Eastern Desert (Egypt): Evidence from geochemistry and geochronology of metabasites and granitoid gneisses, Gabal Um Gunud area

  • Authors: M.A. Abd El-Wahed, M.M. Hamdy, K.A. Ali, M. Ren, P. Koutsovitis
  • Journal: International Geology Review
  • Year: 2024
  • Volume: 66
  • Issue: 3
  • Pages: 702–733
  • Citation Count: 2

Multiscale (microscopic to remote sensing) preliminary exploration of auriferous-uraniferous marbles: A case study from the Egyptian Nubian Shield

  • Authors: A. Shebl, M. Hamdy
  • Journal: Scientific Reports
  • Year: 2023
  • Volume: 13
  • Issue: 1
  • Pages: 9173
  • Citation Count: 5

Silica cycling in Neoproterozoic oceanic lithosphere: A case study from Wadi Igla carbonate-serpentinite (southern Eastern Desert of Egypt)

  • Authors: M. Hamdy, S. El-Shafei, H. Gamaleldien, T. Abu-Alam
  • Journal: Precambrian Research
  • Year: 2023
  • Volume: 390
  • Pages: 107033
  • Citation Count: 2

Multisensor Satellite Data and Field Studies for Unravelling the Structural Evolution and Gold Metallogeny of the Gerf Ophiolitic Nappe, Eastern Desert, Egypt

  • Authors: M. Abd El-Wahed, S. Kamh, M. Abu Anbar, E.M. Lebda, M. Attia
  • Journal: Remote Sensing
  • Year: 2023
  • Volume: 15
  • Issue: 8
  • Pages: 1974
  • Citation Count: 7

Gold-bearing listwaenites in ophiolitic ultramafics from the Eastern Desert of Egypt: Subduction zone-related alteration of Neoproterozoic mantle?

  • Authors: M.M. Hamdy, E.S.R. Lasheen, W. Abdelwahab
  • Journal: Journal of African Earth Sciences
  • Year: 2022
  • Volume: 193
  • Pages: 104574
  • Citation Count: 21



Mohamed Hamdy | Geochemistry and Petrology | Best Researcher Award

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