National Research Centre, Cairo, Egypt
Prof. Mahmoud Hozayn, born on 9 September of 1969, is an Egyptian by birth and the current professor in Department of Field Crops Research, Division of Agricultural and Biological Research, National Research Centre, Cairo, Egypt. He obtained Bachelor of agriculture science (BSc; Agronomy) with very good honor degree in 1991 from Assuit University and awarded Master and Doctoral thesis's (Agronomy) from Cairo University in 1998 and 2003, respectively. He was awarded the best scientific publishing prize in 2012, 2013 and 2014 from National Research Centre. Headed the Statistical Consulting Unit for five years (2005-2010), organized and teach more than 40 training courses, workshop and seminars in field of applied statistic for MSc and PhD students at Training and Capacity Development Center, NRC. Attendance and participation of many national/international conferences and training courses in (Egypt - China - London - Cambridge - Austria - Germany - Hungary - Turkey - Kuwait - Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Oman. Supervisor for three MSc and PhD students and guided many students to conduct statistical analysis of their data. Prof Hozayn, current PI for two national projects (related to improving water and crop productivity under salinity stress) and as PI, Co-PI and team research work has successfully implemented and completed 37 inside research project funded by NRC. More than 57 published research papers in journals/conferences of National/International and one book chapter (sprinkler).
related to improving water and crop productivity under salinity stress