I've worked as visiting professor in eight countries including USA, UK, Belgium, Libya, Austria, Japan, China and Syria.
I've given lectures all over the world including US Air Force Academy, Springfield, Colorado, USA on foreign objects and birds
striking aircraft, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA on Impact of Volcanoes on Air Traffic having 2010 Iceland Volcano as an
example in, Von Karman Institute, Brussels, Belgium on Aero-Thermodynamic Analysis of Intakes of Airbreathing engines in, NASA
Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH, USA on Design of Aircraft Engines in 21st century, Tokyo Metropolitan University for Graduate
Studies, Japan on Air Pollution in Under developed Countries, Tsinghua University in Bejing, China on Erosion of High Bypass Ratio
Turbofan Engines, in Graz, Technological University, Austria on Foreign Object damage and aero-engines.
I had participated in several research projects with Rolls Royce, Derby, Westinghouse, Pittsburgh, and Arab Organization for Industry,
I've lectured in several civilian and military colleges/academies in Egypt, UK and USA.
I'm a member of more than 10 institutes, societies, syndicates for engineers and listed in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in Science
and Engineering and Who’s Who in Education.
I was awarded several excellence medals from Egyptian government, Universities and syndicate for engineers.
I extensively lectured in Thermo-Fluid topics, Aircraft Propulsion, Gas Turbine Engine Design, Mechanical Engineering Design and