Call for Papers – The First Issue of UMST Journal for Engineering Sciences
The Faculty of Engineering, University of Medical Sciences & Technology is requesting submissions for the first issue of its new journal. We’re looking for good articles on the applications of engineering sciences. Such as biomedical engineering, electrical engineering, control theory, computer sciences, networking, communication techniques, signal processing, artificial intelligence, architecture, chemical engineering or any relevant areas. The fist issue will come to light at the 15th of January 2020. Only good articles containing a new theory, new results and contribution will be published in the journal after the pair review process. You can submit articles to the journal hosting website:
نداء للنشر في العدد الأول من مجلة جامعة العلوم الطبية والتكنولوجيا للعلوم الهندسية
تستقبل كلية الهندسة بجامعة العلوم الطبية والتكنولوجيا، الأوراق العلمية للعدد الأول من مجلتها الجديدة. نحن نبحث عن مقالات جيدة حول تطبيقات العلوم الهندسية. مثل الهندسة الطبية الحيوية ، الهندسة الكهربائية، نظرية التحكم، علوم الحاسوب، الشبكات، تقنيات الاتصالات، معالجة الإشارات، الذكاء الاصطناعي، الهندسة المعمارية، الهندسة الكيميائية والمجالات ذات الصلة. سيشهد العدد الأول النور في الخامس عشر من يناير من العام 2019. سيتم فقط نشر المقالات الجيدة التي تحتوي على نظرية جديدة، نتائج جديدة وإسهام علمي في المجلة بعد اكتمال عمليات التحكيم
يمكنكم إرسال الأوراق على موقع المجلة أعلاه
University of Medical Sciences and Technology
College of Graduate Studies
Faculty of Radiological science
Master Program in Ultrasound Diagnosis Reception of students of the first batch.
Under the slogan
Sound waves specialist, the pillar of health services in Sudan.
Prof. Mamoun Mohamed Ali Hemida Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the University.
The International Conference Hall (The GCC Building)
Time is 23/3/2019 at 12:00 pm.
|The Holy Quran||12:00-12:5|
|Dean of Faculty of Radiology||12:15-12:5|
|Dean of the College of Graduate||12:25-12:15|
|Speech of the President of the University||12:35-12:25|
|Speech of the Chairman of the Board of Trustees||12:45-12:35|
Owais Abdelhfeez Scoops First Prize of My Project on its 5th Season
Owais Mohammed Abdelhfeez Hassan, a student at the University of Medical Science and Technology, won the first prize of “My Project for the Fifth Season” to receive a 300,000 Sudanese Pounds prize money and a training trip to Britain.
Owais is enrolled in the in the Global MBA Impact in Entrepreneurship provided by the Italian University Cattolica in partnership with the University of Medical Sciences and Technology.
Owais has previously worked for several years with a number of companies operating in the field of Communications Engineering. Currently, he owns a wooden products company and works on a irrigation system. His project “DOUASH” is aiming at solving the problem of irrigation in medium-sized agricultural farms to increase the material return of farmers.The project strives to provide irrigation water by employing well-planned irrigation devises, responding to the specific needs of each plant. In this sense “DOUASH” is project for producing high quality national product at a competitive price.Owais maintains that he “believes that each of us has a role to play in this life.
It is our duty to society to contribute our vision and vision to the development and reconstruction of our societies so that future generations can enjoy a dignified livelihood for future generations and ensure the continuity of life”. He reiterates his belief that change comes with production and pushing the wheel of development forward, and not through theorizing and contaminating ideas with talk about economic theories.
Owais is the third student at UMST to win the “My Project” award for creative initiatives and new non-traditional inventions.
UMST is Proudthat Dr. Loai Osman from the First Medicine batch (2001) at The University of Medical Sciences & Technology. Dr. Loai Osman is a Pneumatolog, received his specialization training in Ireland and then in Britain. Dr.Loai and his Colleagues achieved pioneering procedure at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) to improve care for patients with suspected lung cancer.
The procedure uses an ultrasound probe – Radial EBUS in conjunction with real time Navigational Equipment – to take a sample of patient’s suspected tumour, which will enable hospital staff to diagnose the cancer.
The Hospital has become the first in the UK to establish a service with its own equipment to carry out navigational bronchoscopies, which is the medical equivalent of creating a sat nav map around a patient’s lung to take a biopsy
We at UMST Congratulate Dr.Loai Osman for the huge success, wish him the best of luck and to all successful Sudanese Doctors in UK.