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Biography

Dr. Khaled Salahel Din Ibraheem Ahmed
South Valley University, Egypt


Email: Ksh272@yahoo.com, khaled.ibrahim@sci.svu.edu.eg


Qualifications

2006 Ph.D., South Valley University, Egypt

2003 M.Sc., South Valley University, Egypt

1997 B.Sc., South Valley University, Egypt


Publications (Selected)

  1. Specific activity of naturally occurring radionuclides and their radiological threat of some Egyptian granite. N. K. Ahmed, A. M. El Arabi and K. Salahel Din. The 2nd International Scientific Congress for Environment, South Valley University, Qena, Egypt, 28-30, March, 2006.
  2. Terrestrial gamma radioactivity levels and their corresponding external exposure of some soil samples from Elba protective area, South Eastern of Egypt. N.K. Ahmed, A.M. El Arabi, R. Tykva and K. Salahel Din. The 8th Radiation Physics and Protection Conference, Beni-Sueif University, Egypt, 12-15, Nov.2006.
  3. Natural radionuclides and dose estimation of natural water resources from Elba protective area, Egypt. A.M.El Arabi. N.K.Ahmed and K.Salahel Din. Radiation Protection Dosimerty, 121, 284-292, 2006.
  4. Measurement of natural radioactivity and its significant hazards of some Hematite samples in Eastern Desert, Egypt. N.K.Ahmed, A.M. El Arabi, H.M.Mahmoud and K.Salahel Din. Buliding and environment, 42, 2263-2267, 2007.
  5. Assessment of terrestrial gamma radiation doses for some Egyptian granite samples. A.M. El Arabi, N.K. Ahmed and K. Salahel Din. Radiation Protection Dosimerty, 128,382-385, 2008.
  6. Efficiency Calibrations of HPGe Detectors for Gamma spectrometry levels of Environmental Samples. S.Harb, K.Salahel Din and A. Abbady. 3rd Environmental Physics Conference, Aswan, Egypt 19-23 Feb. 2008.
  7. Pb-210 Measurements in Environmental samples. Abbady, K. Salahel Din, and R. Michel S. Harb, A. First International Conference on Radioecology and Environmental Radioactivity, Bergen, Norway, 15 – 19 June 2008.
  8. Measurements of natural radionuclides in soil samples from Upper Egypt. Abbady, A. Ali, and R. Michel S. Harb, K. Salahel Din, A. Nuclear science and Techniques, 19,302-307, 2008.
  9. Collective effective dose from building materials received by the population of Egypt. T. Turtiainen, K.Salahel Din, S.Klemola, A-P Sihvonen. Journal of Radiological Protection, 28, 223-232, 2008.
  10. Contribution of the external surface of a titanium-rich sand (Abou-Khashaba, Egypt) in the uranium uptake processes. T. Turtiainen, K.Salahel Din, S.Klemola, A-P Sihvonen. Journal of Radiological Protection, 28, 223-232, 2008.
  11. Estimation of heat generation by radioactive decay of some Phosphate rocks in Egypt. K. Salahel Din. Applied radiation and Isotopes, 67, 2033-2036, 2009.
  12. Radioactivity levels in some sediment samples from Red Sea and Baltic Sea. K.Salahel Din and P.Vesterbacka. Radiation Protection Dosimerty, 2012, doi:10.1093/rpd/ncq591.
  13. Assessment of natural and artificial radioactivity in powdered milk consumed by Egyptian infants and their associated radiological health risks. K.Salahel Din. Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear chemistry, 2020, 324:977–98.