Assistant Professor Shaimaa Hafez
Assistant Professor
B-15 Academic staff room.

She graduated from faculty of science, Alexandria University, 2009. Then she worked as a teaching assistant of physics at faculty of Engineering, Arab Academy for Science and Technology and Maritime Transport (AASTMT). In 2014 she got her master degree in Cosmic rays from faculty of science, Alexandria University. In 2016 she started her PhD thesis at faculty of science, Ain Shams University. In 2018 she ended her work in AASTMT and started a new job as a teaching assistant of physics in faculty of Engineering, British University in Egypt. In 2019 she joined Faculty of Energy and Environmental Engineering, BUE as a lecturer of Physics.

Education
  • PH.D. in Nuclear physics, 2019, Ain Shams University.
  • MSc. in Cosmic rays 2014, Faculty of Science, Alexandria University.
  • B.Sc. of Physics, 2009, Faculty of Science, Alexandria University.
  • B.Sc. of Physics, 2007, Faculty of Education, Alexandria University.
Research Interests
  • Nuclear Physics.
  • Electricity.
  • Thermodynamics.
  • Radiation Physics.
  • Cosmic rays.
Journal Articles
  • "Shaimaa Hafez , R. M. Elshazly , M. M. Eissa and S. U. El- Kameesy, “High Borated Stainless Steel Alloys for Nuclear Reactor Domains” Arab Journal for nuclear science and applications, Vol.54 (Iss.1): January 2021."
  • Shaimaa Hafez, S.U.EL-Kameesy, M.M.Essia, R.M.EL-Shazly, M.K.EL-Fawkhry, Aly Saeed, ”The effect of boron and titanium addition on the behavior of steel alloys of base composition AISI304 as a nuclear radiation shielding material”, Arab Journal for nuclear science and applications, 2019.
  • Shaimaa Hafez, M.M.Essia, S.U.EL-Kameesy, R.M.EL-Shazly, M.K.EL-Fawkhry, Aly Saeed, “Modification Boron-Titanium Austenitic Stainless Steel Alloys for Power Reactions”, International Journal of Engineering Technologies and Management Research, Vol.5 (Iss.6): June 2018.
Conference Papers
  • Shaimaa Hafez, M.A.EL-Borie, “Major solar energetic particles (≥ 60Mev) and the associated cosmic rays ground level enhancements during the three solar activity cycles 21-23”, the fourth international Conference for physics and material science at Alexandria Bibliotheca, Egypt. October 2012.