The Arab Society for Physics a new brick in the edifice of Arab sciences

The Arab Society for Physics a new brick in the edifice of Arab sciences  The Arab Physics Society emerged as the first Arab scientific body in the field, and a new building block to be added to the Arab scientific edifice, which is still in the process of being completed.  The association was established on June 7, 2021, but the celebration of its birth will be on next April 7, in a large virtual scientific ceremony under the slogan “Towards a Real Arab Physical Renaissance” in which 8 international physicists who won Nobel Prizes and other prizes will participate. world-renowned physics.  Riad Baghdadi, the star of Algerian scientific communication: The world of ideas in our Arab homeland impedes our progress end of list Among the most prominent physicists participating in this ceremony are Professor Roger Penrose of Oxford University, winner of the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics, Japanese Professor Takaaki Kajita, winner of the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physics, and Dutch Professor Gerard't Hooft, winner of 1999 Nobel Prize.  The official launch ceremony of the Arab Society for Physics with the participation of Nobel Prize winners (communication sites) Foundation and construction The idea of ​​establishing the Arab Physical Society (APS) was based on emulating the great international physical societies such as the American Physical Society, the British Institute of Physics, the European Physical Society, and other international societies that have provided a lot to humanity in the field of physics.  The idea of ​​founding belongs to the Egyptian Dr. Shaaban Khalil , Head of Theoretical Physics Department at Zewail University, who worked with Arab physicists to embody the idea on the ground.  Dr. Khalil, who is the president of the Arab Society for Physics , said in an e-mail statement to Al-Jazeera Net, "We were thinking about the necessity of gathering Arab physicists with their various specializations in one body to unify their efforts, which, although they were large, were scattered across various Arab institutes and universities. Our supreme goal lies in Strengthening communication in the direction of Arab renaissance and integration in the fields of physics and its applications.  Speaking about the various stages of establishment, he explained, "Many months ago, I contacted and worked with some colleagues from Arab physicists in their various specialties to start working in this direction by holding weekly meetings for months, which culminated in the formation of the first core (the constituent body)."  The constituent body includes many names such as Fairouz Malik from Algeria, Muhammad Sandouq from Iraq, Ammar Al-Sakji from Jordan, Farida Fassi from Morocco, Shawki Al-Dalal from Bahrain, and Sonia Haddad from Tunisia.  Our interlocutor added that the association is currently in the stage of expansion. After completing the establishment process, an administrative board of the association will be elected, including the president, his deputy, secretary-general, treasurer, etc., in addition to forming specialized departments that include most of the physics disciplines and their applications such as theoretical physics and astrophysics.  Future goals and activities After completing the construction of its various structures, the Arab Physics Society will embark on the embodiment of broad activities on the ground with the aim of expanding physical knowledge in the Arab world, through improving scientific education, research and building human capacity, as well as encouraging scientific cooperation between Arab researchers and students.  Dr. Khalil says, "Promoting excellence and creativity in the field of physics while organizing various scientific and educational activities will benefit the Arab region and humanity alike." Among these activities that the association seeks to organize: holding conferences, scientific symposia, workshops, summer and winter schools in physics, in addition to organizing specialized lectures for the public and private audience as well.  The members of the association also plan to establish a scientific journal in physics with all its specializations, as an open space for researchers and scientists to publish their research and scientific studies. To consolidate the partnership and scientific cooperation with the outside world, the association also plans to join physical societies and international scientific institutions in the field.  In a question about the possibility of launching an award for Arab scientists in physics, Dr. Khalil replied, "We hope so, but this depends on the ability of the sponsors and the support directed to the association. It is also our priority to provide support for students to work for fellowships in distinguished Arab scientific centers and to attend scientific conferences."

The Arab Physics Society emerged as the first Arab scientific body in the field, and a new building block to be added to the Arab scientific edifice, which is still in the process of being completed.

The association was established on June 7, 2021, but the celebration of its birth will be on next April 7, in a large virtual scientific ceremony under the slogan “Towards a Real Arab Physical Renaissance” in which 8 international physicists who won Nobel Prizes and other prizes will participate. world-renowned physics.

Riad Baghdadi, the star of Algerian scientific communication: The world of ideas in our Arab homeland impedes our progress
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Among the most prominent physicists participating in this ceremony are Professor Roger Penrose of Oxford University, winner of the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics, Japanese Professor Takaaki Kajita, winner of the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physics, and Dutch Professor Gerard't Hooft, winner of 1999 Nobel Prize.

The official launch ceremony of the Arab Society for Physics with the participation of Nobel Prize winners (communication sites)
Foundation and construction
The idea of ​​establishing the Arab Physical Society (APS) was based on emulating the great international physical societies such as the American Physical Society, the British Institute of Physics, the European Physical Society, and other international societies that have provided a lot to humanity in the field of physics.

The idea of ​​founding belongs to the Egyptian Dr. Shaaban Khalil , Head of Theoretical Physics Department at Zewail University, who worked with Arab physicists to embody the idea on the ground.

Dr. Khalil, who is the president of the Arab Society for Physics , said in an e-mail statement to Al-Jazeera Net, "We were thinking about the necessity of gathering Arab physicists with their various specializations in one body to unify their efforts, which, although they were large, were scattered across various Arab institutes and universities. Our supreme goal lies in Strengthening communication in the direction of Arab renaissance and integration in the fields of physics and its applications.

Speaking about the various stages of establishment, he explained, "Many months ago, I contacted and worked with some colleagues from Arab physicists in their various specialties to start working in this direction by holding weekly meetings for months, which culminated in the formation of the first core (the constituent body)."

The constituent body includes many names such as Fairouz Malik from Algeria, Muhammad Sandouq from Iraq, Ammar Al-Sakji from Jordan, Farida Fassi from Morocco, Shawki Al-Dalal from Bahrain, and Sonia Haddad from Tunisia.

Our interlocutor added that the association is currently in the stage of expansion. After completing the establishment process, an administrative board of the association will be elected, including the president, his deputy, secretary-general, treasurer, etc., in addition to forming specialized departments that include most of the physics disciplines and their applications such as theoretical physics and astrophysics.

Future goals and activities
After completing the construction of its various structures, the Arab Physics Society will embark on the embodiment of broad activities on the ground with the aim of expanding physical knowledge in the Arab world, through improving scientific education, research and building human capacity, as well as encouraging scientific cooperation between Arab researchers and students.

Dr. Khalil says, "Promoting excellence and creativity in the field of physics while organizing various scientific and educational activities will benefit the Arab region and humanity alike." Among these activities that the association seeks to organize: holding conferences, scientific symposia, workshops, summer and winter schools in physics, in addition to organizing specialized lectures for the public and private audience as well.

The members of the association also plan to establish a scientific journal in physics with all its specializations, as an open space for researchers and scientists to publish their research and scientific studies. To consolidate the partnership and scientific cooperation with the outside world, the association also plans to join physical societies and international scientific institutions in the field.

In a question about the possibility of launching an award for Arab scientists in physics, Dr. Khalil replied, "We hope so, but this depends on the ability of the sponsors and the support directed to the association. It is also our priority to provide support for students to work for fellowships in distinguished Arab scientific centers and to attend scientific conferences."
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