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Awarding of the winners of the fifth Mustafa (PBUH) award in the presence of the Vice President of Science

The ceremony of awarding the winners of the 5th Mustafa Award (PBUH) will be held in Isfahan on the evening of Monday, October 2, with the presence of Ruhollah Dehghani, Vice President of Science.

According to the Communication and Information Center in the Vice Presidency of Science, Technology and Knowledge-Based Economy, the fifth Mostafa (PBUH) awarding ceremony will be held tomorrow evening at the same time as the birthday of the Prophet (PBUH). The opening ceremony of the fifth Mustafa Award in 2023 was held on the evening of the September 29 in the presence of Seyed Ebrahim Raisi, President and Dehghani, Vice President of Science, hosted by the City of Turquoise Domes at the International Convention Center in Isfahan.

The winners of the fifth Mustafa Award in 2023 are scientists from Iran, Turkey, Egypt, Lebanon and Cambodia, who excelled in the fields of science and biological and medical technology, science and information and communication technology, basic sciences and engineering. Omid Farrokhzad and Ahmad Hassan as non-resident winners and Murat Avisal, Samieh Khoury and Ahmad Fauzi Ismail as winners living in Islamic countries have been awarded this award.

Development of nanoparticles to treat diseases; The achievement of Omid Farrokhzad, the winner of the 5th Mustafa Award

  Omid Farrokhzad has been a pioneer in the development and testing of a combination of multipurpose nanoparticles for therapeutic and medical applications to deliver chemotherapy drugs with the help of nanoparticles to cancer cells in cancer patients.

  He has also researched about the diseases related to arteriosclerosis and designed nano medicine delivery devices known as biodegradable drones (a drug delivery device made of biological materials that are destroyed after use in the body) that deliver a certain type of medicine to It brings the body and causes the patient to recover.

Nano-sized drug delivery devices that can carry a certain type of molecule with them to fatty deposits in arteries is a new method to prevent heart attack that was achieved by Farrokhzad about 8 years ago in 2015.

Another achievement of Farrokhzad is the design and development of a type of collagen label with nanoparticles, which is actually a small biodegradable robot and is used for patients with severe accidents. Injuries caused by severe accidents can cause severe bone fractures, and there is a high possibility of infection after orthopedic operations.

These tags can deliver antibiotics and other drugs to accelerate broken bone and wound healing in a better and more controlled way than the current approach, preventing infection and subsequent surgeries.

exploring software repositories; Achievements of Ahmed Hassan, the winner of the 5th Mustafa Award

  Ahmed Hassan (born 1976, Egypt), a professor at Queen's University in Canada, is known worldwide in the field of software. His most important research areas include software, software engineering, data mining, software quality, and the Internet. His research in the field of software combines topics such as code and source code. His research in the field of data mining includes components such as predictive modeling, random decision forests, troubleshooting and debugging of software programs, and machine learning and artificial intelligence.

Software repositories is a multidisciplinary field that combines software engineering, data mining, artificial intelligence and information retrieval methods. By applying these methods to software repository data, researchers can obtain good information about software development processes, quality, and evolution.

The development of wireless optical communication technology under the sea, the achievement of Murat Avisal, the winner of the 5th Mustafa Award

Professor Murat Avisal, a professor at New York University in Abu Dhabi and one of the winners of the Mustafa 2023 Award in the Department of Communication and Information Technology, has contributed greatly to the development of wireless optical communication technology under the sea with his countless researches and articles.

Wireless optical telecommunication, another name of which is free space optical telecommunication or wireless optical network, is a method of data transmission using light as a message transmitter and requires the use of LED light transmission to send and receive information through air or space without the need for It is a physical cable or wire, and a wide variety of technologies are used for its application, which use different types of light, including visible light, for wireless communications.

Research in the field of MS and finding a cure for this disease, the achievement of Samia Joseph Khoury, the winner of the 5th Mustafa Award

Samia Joseph Khoury (born 1958, Lebanon), a professor at the American University of Beirut, has been selected as a resident of Islamic countries for the Mustafa Award 2023 for his detailed research on MS and the use of experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis as an animal model of this disease for the treatment of MS.

This neuroscientist is focused on devising new approaches for the care of MS patients, researching the pathogenesis and mechanism of regulation and tolerance in experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (EAE) and the mechanism of regulation and resilience of the immune system in this disease.

Professor Khoury has ongoing laboratory research funded by the National Institutes of Health (NHI) in Maryland, USA and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, focusing on the investigation of immune mechanisms in animal models of MS and the interaction of the immune system and neural stem cells.

The effect of developing the applications of membrane technology in the field of basic sciences and engineering, the achievement of Ahmed Fauzi Ismail, the winner of the 5th Mustafa Award

  Ahmad Fauzi Ismail (born in 1966, Malaysia) studied petroleum engineering and chemical engineering, vice president of the University of Technology Malaysia, and is one of the winners of the Mustafa Award 2023 in Islamic countries, a scientist in the field of chemical engineering and an expert in the field of membrane technology.

He has received more than 130 scientific awards at the national and international level, the most important of which are the World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) Award (2019), the Engineering Sciences Award (2014), Merdeka Award for Outstanding Scientific Research Achievements, Scientist Award Youth of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations referred to ASEAN (2014), National Academy Award and Science and Technology of the Year Award of Tory Foundation of Malaysia in 2013.

Fauzi Ismail was also named as the most cited scientist by the Shanghai World Academic Ranking Organization in 2016.

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