Immigration minister hails Egyptian scientist Mohamed Tharwat’s endeavors to monitor electrons movement



Fri, 07 Jan 2022 - 07:38 GMT


Fri, 07 Jan 2022 - 07:38 GMT

Egyptian Physician Mohamed Tharwat - FILE

Egyptian Physician Mohamed Tharwat - FILE

CAIRO – 7 January 2021: Egypt’s Minister of Immigration Nabila Makram has congratulated Egyptian Physician Mohamed Tharwat for his scientific efforts to monitor the movement of electrons.

In a phone call, Makram congratulated Tharwat, a professor at the College of Optical Sciences in the University of Arizona, for his scientific brilliance, which placed him among the list of the most prominent Egyptian scientists abroad, a statement by the Egyptian Immigration Ministry read.

Makram hailed the efforts of the Egyptian scientists and experts abroad in various fields, affirming that they are part of the soft power that highlights the Egyptian great civilization and ancient history.

She expressed appreciation of the research efforts made by Tharwat, who is following in the footsteps of late Egyptian scientist Ahmed Zuweil.

Tharwat's endeavor to monitor the movement of electrons during the attosecond, which is a billionth of a billionth of a second, confirms that our scientists are able to excel in all research fields, serve humanity, and etch their names with letters of light in the annals of history, Makram said.

Tharwat revealed that he is close to completing a research project that seeks to develop the microscopic camera so that it turns faster by a thousand times and becomes able to monitor the electrons movement in the attosecond, which is thousand times faster than a femtosecond.

Tharwat said he was able to develop a laser device that produces light pulses that control particles in the insulating materials, such as glass, and make them conduct electricity.

Tharwat stressed that his findings will increase the speed of electronic devices such as computers and mobile phones 100 million times, which will make a breakthrough in the transmission of information and communication between distant places.



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