Academy of Scientific Research and Technology
National Radio Science Committee
Call for Papers
2015 32nd National Radio Science Conference (NRSC)
NRSC 2015
24th-26th March 2015
Modern Science and Arts University (MSA),
Faculty of Engineering, Cairo, Egypt


 

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The 2015 32nd National Radio Science Conference (NRSC) will be held in the 6th of October City, Greater Cairo, Egypt. MSA University will host the conference during the period from 24-26 March 2015.

 

 


The conference program will consist of invited sessions on selected topics and contributed sessions. The submitted papers must describe original work and cover the activities of the URSI commissions. Papers accepted and presented in the conference will be published in the IEEE explore.

 

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The Academy for Scientific Research and Technology (ASRT) is the focal point of the Egyptian experience and national thinking. It organizes Egypt’s plans and projects to offer its experiences, knowledge, consultations for the government, Higher Council for Science and Technology and decision makers in terms of the issues related to science and technology in Egypt.


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The National Radio Science Committee (NRSC) has been created by ASRT in recognition of promoting the radio science in Egypt. The NRSC holds the national conference on yearly basis. There have been 31 conferences held in Egypt. The NRSC offers support to young researchers, scientists and inventors.

 

 

 

MSA University was established in 1996. It has a distinct campus of 50 acres with a variety of student activities. It continues to build up on its tradition of providing the Egyptian and Middle Eastern students with one of the best higher education institutes in Egypt with advanced educational excellence in all disciplines. 


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