Dr. Mohamed Boraey

Associate Professor


M. Boraey obtained his PhD from the University of Alberta in 2014 in the Particle Engineering Group, then continued as a postdoctoral research fellow at the same group until July 2014. M. Boraey has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical Power Engineering from Zagazig University, Egypt (2001) and a master’s degree from the University of Calgary, Canada (2008). Currently, Dr. Boraey is an associate professor in the mechanical engineering program at faculty of engineering and applied sciences, Nile university and the thermo-fluids track leader in the smart engineering systems research center (SESC).


Research interests:

  • Computational Fluid Dynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer
  • Biofilm Engineering
  • Cellular Automaton and Discrete Modeling Techniques
  • Lattice Boltzmann Method
  • Particle Engineering
  • Code Optimization, Parallel Processing, and High-Performance Computing
  • Accelerated Convergence Solvers for Fluid Flow
  • Hybrid and Analytical Models