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Faculty: ScienceDepartment: Mathematics & Computer SciencePosition: Associate Professor of Applied MathematicsOffice Number: B214 (A3 building)Phone: +961 7 985 858Ext: 3341E-mail: Emad.ashmawy@bau.edu.lb

Dr. Emad Ashmawy is currently working as Associate Professor of Mathematics in the Faculty of Science at Beirut Arab University. He has received his PhD in Mathematics from Alexandria University in 2007 where he worked as assistant lecturer at the department of Mathematics and Computer Science in the Faculty of Science at Alexandria University. His research interests are in the fields of Applied Mathematics and Fluid Dynamics, which are devoted to the study of the mass, momentum and energy conservation laws describing the motion of different types of fluids (e.g. viscous, microstretch, micropolar, viscoelastic and couple stress fluids) subject to prescribed boundary conditions. He has more than 20 publications in this field.

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**Undergraduate Courses:
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Applied mathematics - Calculus and Analytical Geometry - Vector calculus - Differential equations - Special functions - Boundary value problems - Functions of complex variables - Business mathematics - Business statistics - Dynamics of particles - Dynamics of rigid bodies - Analytical dynamics - Space dynamics - Fluid dynamics - Classical mechanics - Electrodynamics - Special theory of relativity - Theory of elasticity - Quantum mechanics - Fortran programming language.

Advanced boundary value problems - Methods of applied mathematics – Research Seminar – Advanced topics in mathematics.

1. Applied Mathematics

2. Fluid Dynamics ( viscous fluids, microstretch and micropolar fluids, viscoelastic and couple stress fluids, transport in porous media)

3. Numerical collocation technique.

2. Fluid Dynamics ( viscous fluids, microstretch and micropolar fluids, viscoelastic and couple stress fluids, transport in porous media)

3. Numerical collocation technique.

[1] H. H. Sherief, M. S. Faltas and E. A. Ashmawy, Galerkin representations and fundamental solutions for an axisymmetric microstretch fluid flow, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 619, 277-293, 2009.

[2] H. H. Sherief, M. S. Faltas and E. A. Ashmawy, Axi-symmetric translational motion of an arbitrary solid prolate body in a micropolar fluid, Fluid Dynamics Research, 42, 065504, 1-18, 2010.

[3] Hany H. Sherief, M.S. Faltas, E.A. Ashmawy, Slow motion of a sphere moving normal to two infinite parallel plane walls in a micropolar fluid, Mathematical and Computer Modelling, 53, 376–386, 2011.

[4] H. H. Sherief, M. S. Faltas and E. A. Ashmawy, Exact solution for the unsteady flow of a semi-infinite micropolar fluid, Acta Mechanica Sinica, 27(3), 354–359, 2011.

[5] E. A. Ashmawy, Slip at the surface of a general axi-symmetric body rotating in a viscous fluid, Archives of Mechanics, 63(4), 341-361, 2011.

[6] M. S. Faltas, H. H. Sherief, E. A. Ashmawy and M. G. Nashwan, Unsteady unidirectional micropolar fluid flow, Theoretical & Applied Mechanics Letters, 1, 062005-1-5, 2011.

[7] E. A. Ashmawy, Unsteady Couette flow of a micropolar fluid with slip, Meccanica, 47, 85–94, 2012.

[8] M. S. Faltas, H. H. Sherief and E. A. Ashmawy, Interaction of two spherical particles rotating in a micropolar fluid, Mathematical and Computer Modelling, 56, 229-239, 2012.

[9] H. H. Sherief, M. S. Faltas and E. A. Ashmawy, Stokes flow between two confocal rotating spheroids with slip, Archive of Applied Mechanics, 82, 937–948, 2012.

[10] E. A. Ashmawy, Unsteady rotational motion of a slip spherical particle in a viscous fluid, ISRN Mathematical Physics, 2012, 1-8, 2012.

[11] H. H. Sherief, M. S. Faltas and E. A. Ashmawy, Fundamental solutions for axi-symmetric translational motion of a microstretch fluid, Acta Mechanica Sinica, 28, 605-611, 2012.

[12] E. A. Ashmawy, A general formula for the drag on a sphere placed in a creeping unsteady micropolar fluid flow, Meccanica, 47, 1903–1912, 2012.

[13] H. H. Sherief, M. S. Faltas, E. A. Ashmawy and A.M. Abdel-Hameid, Parallel and perpendicular flows of a micropolar fluid between slip cylinder and coaxial fictitious cylindrical shell in cell models, The European Physical Journal Plus, 129, 217: 1-16 2014.

[14] H. H. Sherief, M. S. Faltas, E. A. Ashmawy and M. G. Nashwan, Slow motion of a slip spherical particle along the axis of a circular cylindrical pore in a micropolar fluid, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 200 (273-282), 2014.

[15] S. A. Slayi and E. A. Ashmawy, State space solution to the unsteady slip flow of a micropolar fluid between parallel plate, International Journal of Scientific and Innovative Mathematical Research (IJSIMR), 2(10), 827-836, 2014.

[16] E. A. Ashmawy, Fully developed natural convective micropolar fluid flow in a vertical channel with slip, Journal of the Egyptian Mathematical Society, 23, 563–567, 2015.

[17] E. A. Ashmawy, Steady rotation of an axially symmetric porous particle about its axis of revolution in a viscous fluid using Brinkman model, European Journal of Mechanics - B/Fluids, 50, 147–155, 2015.

[18] H. H. Sherief, M. S. Faltas, E. A. Ashmawy and M. G. Nashwan, Stokes flow of a micropolar fluid past an assemblage of spheroidal particle-in-cell models with slip, Physica Scripta, 90 (5), 055203, 2015.

[19] E. A. Ashmawy, Rotary oscillation of a composite sphere in a concentric spherical cavity using slip and stress jump conditions, The European Physical Journal Plus, 130 (8), 1-11, 2015.

[20] Hikmat S. Saad and E. A. Ashmawy, Unsteady Plane Couette Flow of an Incompressible Couple Stress Fluid with Slip Boundary Conditions, International Journal of Medical and Health Sciences Research, 3(7), 85-92, 2016

[21] S. A. Slayi, H. A. Idriss and E. A. Ashmawy, Time dependent slip flow of a micropolar fluid between two parallel plates through state space approach, Global Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, 12 (2), 1709–1722, 2016.

[22] E. A. Ashmawy, Drag on a slip spherical particle moving in a couple stress fluid, Alexandria Engineering Journal, 55, 1159–1164, 2016.

[23] E. A. Ashmawy, Unsteady Stokes Flow of a Couple Stress Fluid around a Rotating Sphere with Slip, The European Physical Journal Plus, 131: 175, 2016.

[24] H. H. Sherief, M. S. Faltas, E. A. Ashmawy and A.M. Abdel-Hameid, Creeping Motion of a Micropolar Fluid between Two Sinusoidal Corrugated Plates, European Journal of Mechanics - B/Fluids, 59,186–196, 2016.

[25] Hikmat S. Saad and E. A. Ashmawy, Unsteady Slip Flow of a Couple Stress Fluid through an Infinite Circular Cylinder, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research. 11 (21), 10563-10573, 2016.

[26] O. I. Shaar and E. A. Ashmawy, A half-space problem for a viscous fluid flow using fractional time derivative, Advanced Studies in Theoretical Physics, 11 (4), 163 - 178, 2017.

[27] E. A. Ashmawy, Unsteady translational motion of a slip sphere in a viscous fluid using the fractional Navier-Stokes equation, The European Physical Journal Plus, 132: 142 (1-9), 2017.

- Member of the Egyptian Mathematical Society.

- Member of the faculty council, Faculty of Science, BAU during the academic years 2011-2012, 2013-2014, and 2015-2016.

- Head of the Quality Assurance Committee of the Faculty of Science, BAU during the academic year 2015-2016

- Reviewed many journal papers in the following international journals:

o Transport in Porous Media

o International Journal of Applied and Computational Mathematics

o Advances in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (AAMM)

o Journal of the Egyptian Mathematical Society (JOEMS)

o International Journal of Nonlinear Science (IJNS)

o International Journal of Physical Sciences (IJPS)

o Ain Shams Engineering Journal (ISEJ)

o Walailak Journal of Science and Technology (WJST)

- External reviewer of the PhD thesis: Punnamchandar Bitla, Some unsteady micropolar and couple stress fluid flows between permeable beds, National Institute of Technology, India, 2012.