Marlog 12 Presentations
Supply Chain Resilience Strategies and its Role in Enhancing Competitiveness in the Maritime Transport and Logistics
Prof. Maja Fošner
Dean, Faculty of Logistics, University of Maribor, Slovenia
Challenges and Changing Dynamics - Energy & Maritime Industry.
H.E. Mr. Khamis Juma Buamim
Chairman, The Dubai Council for Marine & Maritime Industries (DCMMI Emirates), UAE.
Supply Chain Trends
Mr. Kristof Waterschoot
Managing Director Antwerp Port Training Center (APEC), Port of Antwerp-Bruges International, Belgium.
Resilience of Maritime Transport Chains – A Macro Perspective
Prof. Burkhard Lemper
President of Global Shipping Think Tank Alliance (GSTTA), Shanghai, China.
Managing Director, Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics (ISL)
Professor at the Bremen City University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Requalification of Human Resources Capabilities of Port and Logistics Community
Capt. Anwar Buftain
Team Leader, Marine Affairs & Risk Assessment,
Fleet Operations Group
Kuwait Oil Tanker Company, Kuwait
Capacity Building for Maritime Industry Towards Zero Emissions - AASTMT Vision Post COP27
Dr. Gamal Ghalwash
AASTMT President’s Consultant for International Maritime Relations, Alexandria, Egypt.
An Overview of the Existing Gap Between the University Educational Offers Focused on Entrepreneurship and the Maritime Cruise Industry: Evidence from Romania
Prof. Gheorghe Militaru, Dr. Andreea Barbu, Prof. Dana Deselnicu and Dr. Sandra Haddad
Professor, University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest, Romania.
Power skills: The Key to our Professional Future
Mrs. Ana Rumbeu
Training Director, ValenciaPort Foundation, Spain.
Strengthening University Third Mission Through Education – Enterprise Cooperation: The Value of Innovation Ecosystems
Prof. Augustin Semenescu, Dr. Loredana Manasia and Dr. Elena Cristina Udrea
Professor, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania.
Vice-Director of the Industrial Engineering and Robotics Doctoral School.
Chevron Egypt Lubricants Present and Future
Eng. Sherine Soliman and Eng.Beshoy Shenod
Inland Marine Channel Manager, International Fuels and Lubricants (IF&L)
Chevron Egypt S. A. E.
Optimization of Port Infrastructure and Operation
Prof. Waël Ali Kamel
Professor of Environmental Engineering, Construction and Building Department, College of Engineering and Technology, AASTMT
Container Moves per Lift: The Impact of Spreader Technology on Bay Time
Prof. Shmuel Yahalom, Prof. Changqian Guan, and Prof. Elizabeth Langmaid
Distinguished Service Professor, Department of International Trade and Transport and Graduate Department of Business and Transportation, State University of New York Maritime College, United States of America.
Hydrodynamic Analysis of Ship Maneuverability at Ports Using CFD.
Dr. Tahsin Tezdogan, Dr. Daejeong Kim and Prof. Atilla Incecik
Associate Professor in Maritime Engineering, Maritime Engineering Research Group Department of Civil, Maritime, and Environmental Engineering, University of Southampton, United Kingdom.
Siflow21. Predictive Simulation of Navigation Channels and Port Infrastructure Capacity with AIS Data Assessment
Mr. Raul Redondo, Mrs. Carmen Ayuso and Mr. José Ramón Iribarren Alonso.
Director of the Manoeuvring and Nautical Studies Area, Siport21, Spain.
An Analytic Hierarchy Process-Based Survey to Investigate the Impact of Terminals’ Service Attributes on Attracting Shipping Line
Eng. Aly Elrefaei, Dr. Ahmed Idris and Dr. Ahmed Kamel
Civil Engineer, Researcher at Maritime Research and Consultation Center (MRCC), Arab Academy for Science, Technology, and Maritime Transport, Alexandria, Egypt
The Outcome of Implementing Structured SOFTES Model as a Post-Simulation Debriefing Strategy Among Marine Trainees
Dr. Capt. Ashraf Elsayed
Marine Simulator Instructor, Integrated Simulator Complex, Arab Academy for Science, Technology, and Maritime Transport, Alexandria, Egypt.
Review on Ship Recycling Industry
Dr. Walid Bahgat and Dr. Ahmad Moussa
Second Lecturer, Institute of Maritime Upgrading Studies, AASTMT, Egypt.
Future-Proof Infrastructure for improving Port-City Integration
Prof. Roberto Revetria
Full Professor, Department of Mechanical, Energy, Management and Transport Engineering, University of Genoa, Italy
Dealing with Uncertainty for a Resilient Navigation Infrastructure
Eng. Francisco Esteban Lefler
President, The World Association for Waterborne Transport Infrastructure (PIANC), Brussels, Belgium
An Empirical Research on Connecting Port and City Infrastructure and its Implications for the Economy – Case Study: Black Sea Ports
Dr. Stefan-Alexandru Catana and Dr. Andreea Barbu
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Business and Administration, University of Bucharest, Romania.
PIANC Working Group 219 – Joint Research by PIANC and IWI to Determine Guidelines for Inland Waterways Infrastructures to Facilitate Tourism – Activities, and Proceedings.
Mr. Rudy Van der Ween
President of Inland Waterways International, Belgium.
Implementing Sustainability in the International Airport of Sharm El-Shaikh
Mr. Mohamed Genina, Dr. Khaled El-Sakty, and Dr. Ahmed Hussein Ali
Operation Specialist at the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Egypt
Resilience of Supply Chains.
Dr. Philippe Guillaumet
European Projects Manager, Port of Marseille, France.
Smart Technologies and Innovation
Mr. Jordi Torrent
MEDPorts Association Secretary General, Barcelona, Spain
Innovation, Digitalization, and Port Competitiveness
Eng. Miguel Garin Alemany
Director of International Development, ValenciaPort Foundation, Spain.
Port Authority Digitalization: what and why
Mr. Carles Rua
Head of Innovation, Port of Barcelona, Spain.
A Study of the Usage of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in Salvage Operations
Capt. Abdelrahman Abdelhadi, Dr. Hassan Elghazouly, Dr. Ahmed Ismail and Eng. Eman Elkashat
Marine Chief officer, Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC).
Promoting Agile Supply Chain Management in The Egyptian Agricultural Food Sector: Issues and Guidelines
Ms. Engy Bayoumi, Dr. Sara Elgazzar, and D.r Osman Bayoumi
Teaching Assistant, College of International Transport and Logistics, AASTMT.
Modeling and Simulation Comparison of Conventional and Innovative Transport for Natural Gas
Eng. Emanuele Adorni, Eng. Anastasiia Rozhok, PhD Eng. Lorenzo Damiani and Prof. Roberto Revetria
Aerospace and Industrial Safety Engineer, University of Genoa, Italy.
Obtaining Green Warehouses from Converting the Kinetic Energy of Trucks into Piezoelectricity: A Suggested Model
Ms. Bassma Sameer, Dr. Islam Hanafi, and Dr. Sahar Elbarky
College of International Transport and Logistics, Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport (AASTMT), Egypt.
Green Transition and Renewable Energy
Prof. Bojan Rosi
Former Dean, Faculty of Logistics, University of Maribor, Slovenia
Decarbonization of Maritime Transport in the Mediterranean. A Vision from the Ports
Mr. Jordi Torrent
MEDPorts Association Secretary General, Barcelona, Spain.
Environmental Impact of Maritime Logistics Using Satellite Data
Prof. Nikitas Nikitakos, Dr Dimitra Kitsiou, Dr. Marina Banela, Dr. Anastasia Patera and Dr. Afrokomi-Afroula Stefanakou
Professor, Department of Shipping Trade and Transport, University of the Aegean, Greece.
Alternatives Fuels for the Maritime Sector. Green Hydrogen.
Eng. Luis Núñez Vera
Head of European Affairs, Algeciras Bay Port Authority, Spain.
A Cost-Benefit Analysis of the Use of Ammonia and Hydrogen as Marine Fuels
Dr. Anastasia Christodolou, Dr. Tuan Dong, Dr. Alessandro Schönborn, Dr. Aykut I. Ölçer and Dr. Dimitrios Dalaklis
Research Associate, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark.
Ecologistics - Good Practices on the Example of Poland
Dr. Karolina Lis and Dr. M. Pawęska
Vice-Dean at The International University of Logistics and Transport in Wroclaw, Poland.
Foundations for the Sustainability of the LNG Supply Chain in Egypt and the Logistics Services Supporting it.
Dr. Heba Ahmed Elbaghdady and Mr. Omar Mostafa Mohamed
Lecturer, Department of Transport Logistics Management, College of International Transport and Logistics, AASTMT, Egypt.
Innovative Strategies for Enhancing Port Competitiveness
Dr. Babak Banijamali
Vice-Chairman of Maritime Navigation Commission (MarCom) World Association for Waterborne Transport Infrastructure, PIANC
Prof. Nikitas Nikitakos
Professor, Department of Shipping Trade and Transport, University of the Aegean, Greece.
An Overview of Applying Lean Principles to Shipbuilding
Rear Admiral Mahmoud Hosny, Dr. Ibrahim Seediek and Dr. Mohamed Elgohary
Director of Maritime Technology Studies Institute, Alexandria, Egypt.
Mapping Forging Industry Manufacturing Optimization Approaches to Port Operations
Prof. Nik Knez, Prof. Tomaž Kramberger and Prof. Bojan Rupnik
Vice Dean, Faculty of Logistics, University of Maribor, Slovenia.
Resilience Strategies in Ports and Maritime Transport in the Mediterranean Sea – Priority Areas for Policy Action
Eng. Francesc Carbonell
Head, Transport and Development Sector, Union for the Mediterranean, Spain.
Resilience Strategies as a Parameter of Competitiveness in Maritime Transport
Dr. George Vaggelas
Partner at “Ports and Shipping Advisory”
Associate Professor, Department of Shipping, Trade & Transport, University of the Aegean, Greece.
Use of the Geospatial Technologies and its Implications in the Maritime Transport and Logistics
Dr. Cezar Scarlat, Dr. Alexandra Ioanid, and Dr. Nistor Andrei
Lecturer, PhD, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania.
Modern Risk Management Strategies
Dr. Mohi El Din Mohamed El Sayeh
Dean, College of Maritime Transport and Technology
Key Challenges for the Sustainable Development of Ports and ongoing work by IAPH
Dr. Antonis Michail
Technical Coordinator IAPH and WPSP, International Association of Ports and Harbors, Belgium.
Risk Management in a Logistics Company
Prof. Dana Corina Deselnicu, Dr. Andreea Barbu and Dr. Sandra Hamy Haddad
Director of the Doctoral School of Entrepreneurship, Business Engineering and Management, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania.
Digital Twin-Based Unmanned Air Traffic Management for Emergency Response
Prof. Bojan Rupnik, Prof. Tomaž Kramberger and Prof. Mateja Čuček
University of Maribor, Slovenia.
Securing the Maritime Industry
Dr. Mohamed Abdel Fattah
Senior Security Architect, Cybersecurity Expert, Fortinet.
NUTRITIONAL AND TOXICOLOGICAL IMPORTANCE OF NICKEL, COPPER AND ZINC ELEMENTS IN SPIRULINA PLATENSIS
Nagwa El‑Agawany, Mona Kaamoush, Hamida El Salhin
Environmental Protection and Crises Management, Department, Simulator Complex, Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport (AAST), Alexandria, Egypt.
The Era of Clusters for Economic Growth and Industrial Change, Egypt Case.
Mohamed A. Abdelwahed
SCZONE, Egypt, email@example.com
EXPLORING THE POTENTIALITY OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION WITHIN CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN THE POSTGRADUATE EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
Dr. Nevine M. Deif
Engineering Postgraduate Coordinator, College of Engineering and Technology, Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport, Alexandria, Egypt, firstname.lastname@example.org
FUTURE PROOF INFRASTRUCTURE FOR PORT-CITY: CASE STUDY FOR THE SUSTAINABILITY OF SUEZ CANAL ENTRANCE GROINS AGAINST FUTURE EXTREME WAVE CONDITIONS
Mohamed M. Abouelnasr
Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport, Alexandria, Egypt, M.Abouelnasr5432@student.aast.edu