Faculty of Engineering

Dr.Magid Mahmoud Kassab

Contact Information
Phone Number: 084 6337580 / 084 6337588                          
Fax Number: 084 6334031
E-mail Address: mmk01@fayoum.edu.eg
Office: Faculty of Engineering Building - Second Floor
Postal Address: Fayoum - Fayoum University - Faculty of Engineering - Mathematics and Physics Department - POBox: 63514
Academic Qualifications
B. Sc.: Electrical Engineering "Communication"- Cairo University - 1983
M. Sc.: Engineering Physics "Solid State Physics" - Cairo University - 1989
Ph. D.: Physics "Plasma Physics" - University Austria - 1994
Academic Positions
Demonstrator: From 1983 To 1989
Assistant Lecturer : From 1989 To 1997
Lecturer : From 1997 To 2020
Assistant Professor : From 2020 Untill Now
Research Interests
Plasma physics theory and its applications in nuclear fusion
The physics of solids - photovoltaic cells
List of Publications

M. M. Kassab and J. W. Edenstrasser, “ The Time Evolution of a Slightly Non-Ideal Neutral Plasma“Egypt. J. Phys. 30, p. 71-77 (1999).  

M. M. Kassab, (2008) “ Turbulent Dynamo and Magnetic Helicity Transport in Strongly Magnetized, Collisionless Plasmas “ Al-Azhar University Engineering Journal 2008 , JAUES, 3(11), p. 304- 309. 

M. Kassab, G. Said, S. Taha, (2011) “ The effect of Porosity and curing conditions on the bands of Infrared Spectroscopy of the Hardened Cement Pastes“ Egyptian Journal of Solids 34(1); pp. 77-92 

Kassab, M.M., El-Kameesy, S.U., Eissa, M.M. and Abdel-Latif M, A. (2015) “ A Study of Neutron and Gamma-Ray Interaction Properties with Cobalt-Free Highly Chromium Maraging Steel “ Journal of Modern Physics, 6, 1526- 1532; 

Eissa, M.M., Kassab, M.M., El-Kameesy, S.U. and Mohamed, A.A.-L. (2015) “ Investigation of a Modified Cobalt-Free Alloy for Nuclear Application“ Journal of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering, 3, 52-56.  

Abdel-Latif M, A, El-Kameesy, S.U., Kassab, M.M., and Eissa, M.M. (2016) “ Study on neutron and gamma-ray interactions properties with cobalt-free martensite steel“ 4th Nuclear Materials Conference, 7-10 November 2016, Montpellier, France 

Abdelmegeed M., Kassab M., Shoukry H., and Taha S. (2019)“Innovative composite for strengthening lime-based mortars in traditional masonry structures “Stroitel'nye Materialy [Construction Materials] (8), pp. 42-47.  
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31659/0585-430X-2019-773-8-42-47

A. Abdel-latif. M, , M.I.Sayyed, H.O.Tekin, and M.M.Kassab (2020)“ Optimizing hielding properties of strength enhanced concrete containing marble “Accepted for publication in Papers in Physics (2020). 

M.Sc. Thesis,“ A Comprehensive Study of Some Heterojunction Solar Cells “; 1989, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University.    

Ph.D. Thesis,” Multiple Timescale Derivative Expansion Approach Applied To Plasma Transport And Relaxation Theories”; 1996, Faculty of Science, University of Innsbruck, Austria.    

J.W. Edenstrasser and M.M.M. Kassab, “ The Plasma Transport Equations Derived by Multiple Timescale Expansion: An Application”, Phys. Plasmas, Vol. 2(4), pp. 1206-1216 (1995).    

J.W. Edenstrasser and M.M.M. Kassab, “ Transport Equations on Different Timescales For Intermediate- , and High-Collisional Regimes”, J. Plasma Physics, Vol. 56(1), pp. 45-65 (1996).    

J.W. Edenstrasser, and M.M.M. Kassab,”On The Validity of Ideal MHD equations for Different Collisional Regimes”, Physica Scripta, Vol. 53, pp. 714-719 (1996).    

M.M. Kassab, and J.W.Edenstrasser, “ The Time Evolution of a Slightly Non-Ideal Neutral Plasma”, Egypt. J. Phys., Vol. 30(1), pp. 71-77 (1999).    

M. M. Kassab, “ Trbulent Dynamo and Magnetic Helicity Transport in Strongly Magnetized, Collisionless Fusion Plasmas”, to be published in aspecial issue of Al-Azhar University Engineering Journal (JAUES) (2008).    

J.W. Edenstrasser, et. al., “ The Transport Coefficients of a Fusion Plasma on an Intermediate MHD Timescale”, 28th EPS conference on Contr. Fusion and Plasma Physics, Funchal 18-22 June 2001, Vol. 25A, pp. 1917-1920 (2001).

M.M. Kassab, “ Trbulent Dynamo and Magnetic Helicity Transport in Strongly Magnetized, Collisionless Fusion Plasmas”, Al-Azhar Engineering Tenth International Conference, 24-26 December (2008).