Islamic World Academy of Sciences (IAS)

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The Islamic Academy of Sciences (IAS) is a non-profit organisation of scientists and technologists that works for the promotion of science and technology in the Muslim world. It was founded in 1986.

Islamic World Academy of Sciences (IAS)
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Type International NGO
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Foundation[edit]

The establishment of the Islamic world Academy of Sciences (IAS) was initially proposed by the Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC, now the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation) Standing Committee on Scientific and Technological Co-operation (COMSTECH), and approved by the Fourth Islamic Summit held in Casablanca in 1984.

Upon the invitation of Jordan, the Founding Conference of the Academy was held in Amman (Jordan) in October 1986, under the patronage of HRH Prince Al-Hassan, who accepted the patronage of the Academy together with HE the President of Pakistan. Operating from its Amman Secretariat, the Academy aims to continue the work it had started in 1986, assisting the decision-makers and scientists and technologists of the OIC-Member Countries and helping them achieve an advanced level of development for their countries.

The IAS General Assembly at its annual meeting, held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in March 2005, decided, following a proposal from the IAS Council and Secretariat, to change the name of the Academy so that it becomes the "Islamic World Academy of Sciences."

IAS Objectives[edit]

The main objectives of the IAS are to:

  • Serve as a consultative organisation of the Muslim Ummah and institutions of member states of the Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC), on matters related to science and technology.
  • Initiate scientific and technological programmes and activities in science and technology, and to encourage co-operation among research groups in the various Islamic countries on projects of common interest.
  • Encourage and promote research on major problems of importance facing Islamic countries and to identify future technologies of relevance for possible adoption and utilisation.
  • Formulate standards of scientific performance and attainment, and to award prizes and honours for outstanding scientific achievements to individuals and to centres of excellence in all science and technology disciplines.

IAS Programme[edit]

General[edit]

The underlying objective of the programme of the Islamic World Academy of Sciences is to establish a framework for the development of science and technology in the Islamic World.

The programme, by facilitating interaction among scientists, and promoting the exchange of views and ideas on science and technology issues in particular, can catalyse the overall process of socio-economic development in Islamic countries.

The programme also aims to highlight the correlation between knowledge, science and technology on the one hand, and Islamic Values on the other. Through research in this field, the programme will help invigorate the establishment of a better environment for scientific research for the benefit of OIC countries in particular, developing nations in general.

Since its inception in 1986, the IAS has been implementing programmes that address serious contemporary issues facing the Islamic World, with the aim of formulating remedial policies that can be adopted by OIC and developing countries in their quest to achieve their development objectives.

Operating on a year to year basis, the IAS has organised several international conferences, published a series of Conference Proceedings, Newsletters and some monographs, and has also established a quality Science Journal which is of an international standard.

Moreover, the IAS has established numerous contacts with national and international non-governmental organisations, as well as governments throughout the World.

IAS Activities[edit]

General[edit]

Since its establishment, the IAS has been implementing regular and ad hoc activities that are in line with its programme. The objective of all such activities has been to advance the science and technology sector in OIC and developing countries. This, the IAS believes, can generate increased interest in this sector, enabling countries to reap the fruits of its outputs in the areas of education, health, industry, and human welfare in general.

What have we accomplished?[edit]

The IAS has built itself into an action-oriented institution of OIC-Member countries utilising most of its limited resources for activities that accelerate the pace of development of OIC-Member countries. Operating on a year to year basis, the Academy has been promoting joint Islamic action through its specialised scientific conferences; publishing a series of Conference Proceedings (Policy Documents), journals, books, newsletters, and establishing a quality medical journal that is of an international standard; as well as organising a number of quality training programmes. Most of all, the Academy has managed to define a very useful dual role for itself namely as a programme implementation and policy-making body dedicated to contributing to the development of the OIC-Member countries and humanity.

Further, the Academy has established numerous contacts with a number of international non-governmental organisations, as well as governments throughout the world.

International Outreach[edit]

General[edit]

A primary function of the Academy is to act as a Pan-Islamic affiliating body to the relevant international organisations. Through this, Muslim scholars can have a channel of communication, through the Academy, with such international agencies as the UNESCO, the World Bank, etc. At the level of the OIC, examples of the co-operation that exists between the Academy and other institutions are outlined

Co-operation with COMSTECH[1][edit]

The Islamic World Academy of Sciences and COMSTECH have had solid relations, since COMSTECH helped to create the Academy in 1986, in compliance with the OIC Summit recommendations.

The IAS and COMSTECH regularly exchange information on programmes and act, each within its catchment area, to promote S&T activities and encourage OIC countries to increase their S&T expenditure.

Co-operation with the IDB[edit]

The IDB has been helping to finance Academy conferences since 1990. It has often delegated its own specialists to present papers describing its activities within the scope of the theme of the annual IAS Conference.

The IAS has furthermore been active in promoting the IDB’s Prize for Science and Technology, which aims to encourage and promote excellence among OIC S&T institutions.

Co-operation with the UNESCO [2][edit]

The IAS, during March 2009, participated in the launch of the UNESCO International Science, Technology and Innovation Centre for South-South Cooperation (ISTIC) in Kuala Lumpur and has implemented a number of programmes with this newly founded centre since.

Furthermore, the IAS - through Prof. Adnan Badran FIAS and Moneef Zou’bi, DG-IAS - was commissioned to author the ‘Arab States Chapter’ of the UNESCO Science Report 2010, a task that has been successfully accomplished.

The IAS also has been invited through Dr Moneef Zou’bi to author the ‘Arab States Chapter’ of the UNESCO Science Report for 2015.

Co-operation with the ISESCO[3][edit]

In its effort to establish scientific and academic relations with similar Islamic organisations, the Academy signed a co-operation agreement with the Islamic Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation (ISESCO), in 1989.

ISESCO has co-sponsored the 2001 Conference of the IAS on Biotechnology, held in Rabat (Morocco), and contributed a paper at that conference on Biotechnology Research in OIC countries. Furthermore, ISESCO participated and sponsored the IAS Conferences of 2006 and 2008.

Co-operation with TWAS[4][edit]

The Academy signed a co-operation agreement with The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) some years ago. That was a first step towards enhancing co-operation between these two international academies, which have been in close liaison recently on their scientific activities. The IAS often joins TWAS at its scientific meetings and both academies exchange information in the context of G77, as well as TWNSO meetings, especially as the IAS has been a member of the Third World Network of Scientific Organisation (TWNSO) for a number of years.

Co-operation with the InterAcademy Partnership (IAP)[5][edit]

In order to interact fully with 100 or so national and international academies of sciences the world over, the IAS joined the Inter-Academy Partnership, which is a global network of science academies. The IAS was elected to join the IAP at latter's General Assembly Meeting which was held in Alexandria, Egypt, during December 2006.

Co-operation with Academies of Sciences[edit]

The IAS has signed Memoranda of Understanding with the Kazakhstan, the Azerbaijan, and the Uzbekistan Academies of Sciences. These agreements lay the foundation for long-term co-operative relationships between OIC institutions and these republics and their scientific infrastructure.

Contacts with the US National Academy of Sciences have been ongoing for over ten years, resulting in the participation of top US NAS representatives in some IAS activities. Moreover, the US NAS has regularly nominated its Foreign Secretary to participate in IAS conferences.

In 2005, the IAS participated in the NAS seminar on Science-Based Decision-Making, held in Tunisia; and has commenced arrangements so that similar joint programmes could be organised in the Middle East. The IAS has subsequently been involved in a number of water-related activities arranged by the NAS including the publishing of the proceedings of the 2005 Tunisia seminar.

The IAS has been actively supporting the Palestine Academy of Science and Technology (PALAST) through facilitating the participation of PALAST officials in the various scientific activities in the Middle East, as well as providing help and advice to this sister academy on a regular bases.

The Bangladesh Academy of Sciences played an important part in organising the 19th IAS conference which was held in Dhaka, Bangladesh, and a number of the BAS Fellows took part in the conference.

Co-operation with the Inter Academy Medical Panel (IAMP)[6][edit]

The Inter Academy Medical Panel on Global Health Issues (IAMP) is an association created by the world’s academies of medicine and academies of sciences or engineering having members from the health sciences for the purpose of working together through bilateral, regional and worldwide. The IAS was elected to join the IAMP at latter's General Assembly Meeting which was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, during March 2010.

Co-operation with the International Union of Academies (IUA)[7][edit]

During September 2011, the IAS hosted a meeting of the executive council of the IUA at IAS Headquarters in Amman, where a number of IUA matters as well as a number of possible joint initiatives between the IAS and IUA were discussed.

During January 2014, the IAS co-organised an international conference in Erlangen (Germany) under the title The Impact of Arabic Sources on Divination and the Practical Sciences in Europe and Asia in association with the International Union of Academies (IUA).

The IAS will co-organise a second IUA International Conference on the “Impact of Arab Sciences in Europe and Asia from the Middle Ages to the Modern Period,” to be held in Amman (Jordan), during April 2017.

Co-operation with the InterAction Council (IAC)[edit]

The InterAction Council was established in 1983 as an independent international organization to mobilize the experience, energy and international contacts of a group of statesmen who have held the highest office in their own countries.

In May 2013, IAS President presented a keynote address at the 31st Annual Plenary Meeting of the Interaction Council, 9–11 May 2013, Manama, Bahrain, under the title Uprisings in the Arab World: The Reality beyond the Failure of Politics and Policies.

During November 2013, the IAS-DG contributed a paper to the InterAction Council publication entitled The Arab Pseudo-Spring? A Snapshot of the Underlying Politics and Economics, and the Challenge of Water Insecurity.

On 20 October 2014, the Council launched its latest publication, “Water, Energy, and the Arab Awakening.” This book is the third in the Council’s “Global Agenda” series and the second book the Council has published in partnership with the United Nations University Institute of Water, Environment and Health (UNU-INWEH).

IAS Publications[edit]

Conference proceedings[8][edit]

  • The Islamic Academy of Sciences - Proceedings of the Founding Conference (1986) - Published by the Islamic Academy of Sciences - Editor: A. Kettani (Morocco).
  • Food Security in the Muslim World - Proceedings of the first international conference, Amman (Jordan) (1987) - Published by the Islamic-World Academy of Sciences - Editor: S. Qasem (Jordan).
  • Science and Technology Policy for Self-Reliance in the Muslim World - Proceedings of the second international conference, Islamabad (Pakistan) (1988) - Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences - Editors: F. Daghestani (Jordan), H. El-Mulki (Jordan), and M. Al-Halaiqa (Jordan).
  • New Technologies and Development of the Muslim World - Proceedings of the third international conference, (Kuwait) (1989) - Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences - Editors: F. Daghestani (Jordan), and S. Qasem (Jordan).
  • Technology Transfer for Development in the Muslim World - Proceedings of the fourth international conference, Antalya (Turkey) (1990) - Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences - Editors: F. Daghestani (Jordan), A. Altamemi (Jordan), and M. Ergin (Turkey).
  • Science and Technology Manpower Development in the Islamic World - Proceedings of the fifth international conference, Amman (Jordan) (1991) - Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences - Editors: F. Daghestani (Jordan), A. Altamemi (Jordan), and H. El-Mulki (Jordan).
  • Environment and Development in the Islamic World - Proceedings of the sixth international conference, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) (1992) - Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences - Editors: S. Al-Athel (Saudi Arabia), and F. Daghestani (Jordan).
  • Health, Nutrition and Development in the Islamic World - Proceedings of the seventh international conference, Dakar (Senegal) (1993) - Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences - Editors: N. Bor (Turkey), A. Kettani (Morocco), and Moneef R. Zou'bi (Jordan).
  • Water in the Islamic World: An Imminent Crisis - Proceedings of the eighth international conference, Khartoum (Sudan) (1994) - Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences - Editors: M. Ergin (Turkey), H. Dogan Altinbilek (Turkey), and Moneef R. Zou'bi (Jordan).
  • Science and Technology Education for Development in the Islamic World- Proceedings of the ninth international conference, Tehran (Iran) (1999) – Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences , Editors: M. Ergin (Turkey), M. Doruk (Turkey), and Moneef R. Zou’bi (Jordan) .
  • Information Technology for Development in the Islamic World- Proceeding of the tenth international conference, Tunis (Tunisia) (2000) – Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences, Editors: M. Ergin (Turkey), M. Doruk (Turkey), and Moneef R. Zou’bi (Jordan) (ISBN 9957-412-03-5).
  • Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering for Development in the Islamic World- Proceedings of the eleventh international conference, Rabat (Morocco) (2001) – Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences, Editors: A. S. Majali (Jordan), M. Ergin (Turkey), and Moneef R. Zou’bi (Jordan) (ISBN 9957-412-07-8).
  • Materials Science and Technology and Culture of Science, Proceedings of the twelfth international conference, Islamabad (Pakistan), (2002) – Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences, Editors: M. Ergin (Turkey), and Moneef R. Zou’bi (Jordan) (ISBN 9957-412-06-X).
  • Energy for Sustainable Development and Science for the Future of the Islamic World and Humanity, Proceedings of the thirteenth international conference, Kuching, Sarawak (Malaysia), (2003) – Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences, Editors: M. Ergin (Turkey), and Moneef R. Zou’bi (Jordan) (ISBN 9957-412-08-6).
  • Science Technology and Innovation for Socioeconomic Development of OIC-Member Countries: Towards Vision 1441, Proceeding of the fourteenth international conference, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), (2005) – Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences, Editors: M. Ergin (Turkey), and Moneef R. Zou’bi (Jordan) (ISBN 9957-412-11-6).
  • Higher Education Excellence for Development in the Islamic World, Proceeding of the fifteenth international conference, Ankara (Turkey), (2006) – Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences, Editors: M. Ergin (Turkey), and Moneef R. Zou’bi (Jordan) (ISBN 978-9957-412-18-0).
  • Science and Technology and Innovation for Sustainable Development in the Islamic World: Policies and Politics Rapprochement, Proceeding of the sixteenth International conference, Kazan (Tatarstan), (2008) – Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences, Editors: M. Ergin (Turkey), and Moneef R. Zou’bi (Jordan) (ISBN 978-9957-412-19-7).
  • Towards the Knowledge Society in the Islamic World: Knowledge Production, Application and Dissemination, Proceeding of the seventeenth international conference, Shah Alam, Selangor (Malaysia); 2009 - Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences, Editors: M. Ergin (Turkey), and Moneef R. Zou’bi (Jordan) (ISBN 978-9957-412-22-7).http://www.iasworld.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Contents.pdf
  • The Islamic World and the West: Rebuilding Bridges through Science and Technology, Doha (Qatar), 2011 - Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences, Editors: Moneef R. Zou’bi (Jordan). In press.
  • Achieving Socioeconomic Development in the Islamic World through Science, Technology and Innovation, Dhaka (Bangladesh), 2013 – Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences, Editors: Moneef R. Zou’bi (Jordan). In press.

Books[edit]

  • Islamic Thought and Modern Science - Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences (1997) - Author: Mumtaz A. Kazi.
  • Qur'anic Concepts and Scientific Theories - Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences (1999) – Author: Mumtaz A. Kazi.
  • Personalities Noble Editor: Hakim Mohammed Said, Second Revised Edition, Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences (2000), Editor: Moneef R. Zou’bi (Arabic-English). .
  • Declarations of the Islamic World Academy of Sciences – Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences (2005), Editor: Moneef. R. Zou'bi (ISBN 9957-412-09-4).
  • Islamic World Academy of Sciences Outreach, – Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences (2005), Editor: Moneef R. Zou'bi (ISBN 9957-412-10-8).
  • Intellectual Property Rights: An Introduction for Scientists and Technologists – Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences (2006), Author: Mohamed B. E. Fayez (ISBN 978-9957-412-18-0).
  • Reverse Engineering: The Permissible but not Well-Recognized -Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences (2010), Author: Mohamed B. E. Fayez (ISBN 978-9957-412-20-3).
  • The Discoveries in the Islamic Countries – Arabic Edition Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences (2012), Author: Ahmed Djebbar (ISBN 978-9957-412-23-4).
  • The Essentials of Science, Technology and Innovation Policy – Published by the Islamic World Academy of Sciences (2013), Author: Tan Sri Dr Omar Abdel Rahman (ISBN 978-983-9445-95-4).

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Periodicals[edit]

IAS Medical Journal[10][edit]

The Medical Journal of the Islamic World Academy of Sciences, which first appeared in August 1988, is a quality publication comparable to international scientific journals. The Journal has established itself as a major scientific publication in the Islamic world and has been granted an ISS number (ISSN 1016-3360). It is a forum for scientists and technologists in developing countries through which they can get their research work published.

The Journal, which is published in Turkey and distributed internationally, was launched with the help of the Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences (KFAS), and has since, received some grants from the Academy Secretariat and COMSTECH.

IAS Newsletter[edit]

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The IAS, through its Secretariat, regularly publishes the Newsletter of the Islamic World Academy of Sciences.[11]

This widely distributed publication aims to publicise the various activities the IAS undertakes, and also to put across the Academy’s programmes. It also often contains news about the Academy, its Fellows and staff.

The Newsletter, as well as regularly profiling some Academy Fellows, frequently contains specialised and guest articles on contemporary scientific and technical topics including such matters as the S&T potential of OIC-member countries and institutions.

Islamic Thought and Scientific Creativity (in Arabic)[edit]

Upon the request of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), Standing Committee on Scientific and Technological Co-operation (COMSTECH), and under its sponsorship, the Academy published for over 6 years (1991 – 1996) the Arabic version of COMSTECH’s Islamic Thought and Scientific Creativity, the high quality quarterly publication.

A total of twenty issues of the Arabic version were published and distributed. This was done, as a joint activity of the Academy and the Amman-based Royal Academy for Islamic Civilisation Research, Al Albait Foundation, Amman, Jordan.

Structure[edit]

The structure of the IAS consists of a General Assembly, Council, Headquarters, Fellows, Deceased Fellows and Ibrahim Award.

IAS General Assembly[edit]

The Academy itself is governed by the General Assembly in which all founding and elected Fellows are member. The number of Academy Fellows was 110 on 1 December 2016. They represent more than 40 countries and many scientific disciplines. The Fellows of the Academy are eminent figures, each in his/her field has achieved a great deal and has contributed significantly both to his/her country’s development and the global arena. Since its establishment in 1986, the General Assembly has convened annually and the major issues discussed at each of these gatherings are the planning and accomplishing of future Academy activities.

IAS Council[12][edit]

The Council is responsible for the management and direction of the Academy and consists of eleven executive members which are elected by the General Assembly for a four-year term of office, and which is subject to its regulation and supervision.

Council of the Islamic World Academy of Sciences (2009–2013)

President: Abdel Salam Majali Jordan
Vice-President: Farouk El Baz Egypt
Vice-President: Mehmet Ergin Turkey
Vice-President: Misbahuddin Shami Pakistan
Treasurer: Adnan Badran Jordan
Secretary General: Mohamed H A Hassan Sudan
Member: Amdulla Mehrabov Azerbaijan
Member: Anwar Nasim Pakistan
Member: Syed Muhammad Qaim Germany
Member: Najih Khalil El-Rawi Iraq
Member: Khatijah Mohd Yusoff Malaysia
Member (Ex-officio): Moneef R. Zou’bi Jordan

IAS Headquarters[edit]

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Based in Amman, the capital of Jordan, the academy secretariat is the executive arm of the IAS and its primary function is to maintain the institutional establishment of the IAS and implement its plan of action within the guidelines set by the Council and General Assembly. The secretariat receives an annual maintenance grant and is provided with the diplomatic immunities by the Jordanian government.

Fellows[edit]

Name Country Academic Discipline
Prof. Mohammad Abdollahi Iran Toxicology/ Pharmacology
Prof. Zakri Abdul Hamid Malaysia Genetics
Prof. Omar Abdul Rahman Malaysia Veterinary Medicine
Prof. Naim Afgan Bosnia-Herzogovina Mechanical Engineering
Prof. Ishfaq Ahmad Pakistan Physics
Prof. Askar Akayev Kyrgyzstan Computer Engineering
Prof. M. Sajjad Alam Bangladesh/ USA Physics
Prof. Liaquat Ali Bangladesh Medicine
Prof. M. Shamsher Ali Bangladesh Physics
Prof. Qurashi Mohammed Ali Sudan Medicine/ Anatomy
Prof. Huda Saleh Mehdi Ammash Iraq Biology
Prof. Shazia Anjum Pakistan Chemistry
Prof. Wiranto Arismunandar Indonesia Mechanical Engineering
Prof. Muhammad Asghar France Physics
Prof. Attia A Ashour Egypt Mathematics
Prof. Allaberen Ashyralyev Turkmenistan Mathematics
Prof. Saleh A Al-Athel Saudi Arabia Mechanical Engineering
Prof. Ahmad Abdullah Azad Bangladesh/ Australia Biochemistry
Prof. Agadjan Babaev Turkmenistan Geography
Prof. Adnan Badran Jordan Biology
Prof. Shah Nor Bin Basri Malaysia Mechanical Engineering
Prof. Farouk El-Baz USA Geology
Prof. Kazem Behbehani Kuwait Immunology
Prof. Azret Yusupovich Bekkiev Balkar/ Russia Physics
Prof. Naci Bor Turkey Medicine
Prof. Rafik Boukhris Tunisia Medicine
Prof. David (Mohamed Daud) A. Bradley UK Physics
Prof. Noor Mohammad Butt Pakistan Physics
Prof. Muhammad Iqbal Choudhary Pakistan Organic Chemistry
Prof. Abdallah Daar Oman/ Canada Medicine
Prof. Ali Al Daffa' Saudi Arabia Mathematics
Prof. Mamadou Daffe Mali/ France Biochemistry
Prof. Ramazan Demir Turkey Biology
Prof. Oussaynou Fall Dia Senegal Geology
Prof. Mustafa Doruk Turkey Mechanical Engineering
Prof. Mehmet Ergin Turkey Chemical Engineering
Prof. Sehamuddin Galadari UAE Biochemistry
Prof. Nesreen Ghaddar Lebanon Mechanical Engineering
Prof. Mehdi Golshani Iran Physics
Prof. Kadyr G Gulamov Uzbekistan Physics
Prof. Ameenah Gurib-Fakim Mauritius Chemistry
Prof. Hashim M El-Hadi Sudan Veterinary Medicine
Prof. Mohammad Hamdan Jordan Mathematics
Prof. Adnan Hamoui Syria Mathematics
Prof. Kemal Hanjalic Bosnia-Herzegovina Mechanical Engineering
Prof. Mohamed H A Hassan Sudan Mathematics
Prof. Tasawar Hayat Pakistan Mathematics
Prof. Ali Ali Hebeish Egypt Chemistry
Prof. Bambang Hidayat Indonesia Astronomy
Prof. Rabia Hussain Pakistan Microbiology
Prof. Abdul Latif Ibrahim Malaysia Microbiology
Prof. Aini Ideris Malaysia Veterinary Medicine
Prof. Asma Ismail Malaysia Biotechnology
Prof. Mohammad Shamim Jairajpuri India Zoology
Prof. Mohammad Qasim Jan Pakistan Geology
Prof. Afaf Kamal-Edin Sudan Chemistry
Prof. Hamza El-Kettani Morocco Physics and Chemistry
Prof. Salambek Khadjiev Chechnya Chemistry
Prof. Idriss Khalil Morocco Physics and Chemistry
Prof. Abdul Qadeer Khan Pakistan Metallurgical Engineering
Prof. Hameed Ahmed Khan Pakistan Physics
Prof. M. Ajmal Khan Pakistan Biology
Prof. Mostefa Khiati Algeria Medicine
Prof. Hala Jarallah El Khozondar Gaza/ Palestine Physics
Prof. Abdelhafid Lahlaidi Morocco Medicine
Prof. Zohra Ben Lakhdar Tunisia Physics
Prof. Malek Maaza Algeria Neutronics
Prof. Abdel Salam Majali Jordan Medicine
Prof. Ahmed Marrakchi Tunisia Mechanical Engineering
Prof. Akhmet Mazgarov Tatarstan/ Russia Petrochemistry
Prof. Amdoulla Mehrabov Azerbaijan Materials Science
Prof. Shaher Al-Momani Jordan Mathematics
Prof. Ali A. Moosavi-Movahedi Iran Chemistry
Prof. Sami Al- Mudhaffar Iraq Biochemistry
Prof. Zaghloul El-Naggar Egypt Geology
Prof. Ibrahim Saleh Al- Naimi Qatar Chemistry
Prof. Anwar Nasim Pakistan Genetics
Prof. Munir Nayfeh Jordan/ United States Physics
Prof. Robert Nigmatulin Tatarstan/ Russia Physics/ Mathematics
Prof. Gulsen Oner Turkey Medicine
Prof. Ramdane Ouahes Algeria Chemistry
Prof. Sinasi Ozsoylu Turkey Medicine/ Pediatrics
Prof. Munir Ozturk Turkey Biology
Prof. Iqbal Parker South Africa Biochemistry
Prof. Syed Muhammad Qaim Germany Nuclear Chemistry
Prof. Subhi Qasem Jordan Agriculture
Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman Pakistan Chemistry
Prof. Najih Khalil El-Rawi Iraq Civil Engineering
Prof. Makhmud Salakhitdinov Uzbekistan Mathematics
Prof. Hussein Samir Salama Egypt Entomology
Prof. Eldar Yunisoglu Salayev Azerbaijan Physics/ Mathematics
Prof. Jawad A. Salehi Iran Electronic Engineering
Prof. Mohammad Salimullah Bangladesh Physics
Prof. Boudjema Samraoui Algeria Biology
Prof. Lorenzo Savioli Italy Medicine
Prof. Mohammed Musa Shabat Gaza/ Palestine Biology
Prof. Misbah-Ud-Din Shami Pakistan Chemistry
Prof. Ali Al-Shamlan Kuwait Geology
Prof. Ahmad Shamsul-Islam Bangladesh Botany
Prof. Muthana Shanshal Iraq Chemistry
Prof. Zabta Khan Shinwari Pakistan Biology
Prof. Ahmedou M Sow Senegal Medicine
Prof. Mahmoud Tebyani Iran Mechanical Engineering
Prof. Chaibi Mohamed Thameur Tunisia Agriculture/ Climate Technologies
Prof. Ahmet Hikmet Ucisik Turkey Materials Science
Prof. Gulnar Vagapova Tatarstan/ Russia Medicine
Prof. Bekhzad Yuldashev Uzbekistan Physics/ Mathematics
Prof. Khalid Yusoff Malaysia Medicine
Prof. Khatijah Mohd Yusoff Malaysia Microbiology
Prof. Mikhael Zalikhanov Balkar/ Russia Glaciology/ Biology

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Ibrahim Award Laureates of IAS[edit]

  • Prof. Ugur Dilmen 1996, Turkey.
  • Prof. Mohammad Abdollahi, 2005, Iran. http://www.researcherid.com/rid/B-9232-2008
  • Prof. Mohammaed Mannan Al-Qattan 2007, Saudi Arabia
  • Dr Faris Gavrankapetanovic 2009, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
  • Dr Saima Riazuddin 2011, Pakistan.
  • Prof. Liaquat Ali 2013, Bangladesh.
  • Prof. Jackie Ying 2015, Singapore.[14]

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Deceased Fellows of IAS[edit]

  • Prof. Mohammad Ibrahim (1911–1988) Bangladesh.
  • Prof. Djibril Fall (1930–1992) Senegal.
  • Prof. Salimuzzaman Siddiqui (1897–1994) Pakistan.
  • Prof. Abdus Salam Mia (1925–1995) Bangladesh/USA.
  • Prof. Suleiman Gabir Hamad (1937–1996) Sudan.
  • Prof. Mohammad R Siddiqui (1908–1998) Pakistan.
  • Prof. Abdullah M Sharafuddin (1930–1998) Bangladesh.
  • Prof. Achmed Baiquni (1923–1998) Indonesia.
  • Prof. Mumtaz Ali Kazi (1928–1999) Pakistan.
  • Prof. Farmaz G Maksudor ( 1930–2000) Azerbaijan.
  • Prof. Ali Kettani (1941–2001) Morocco.
  • Prof. Mohamed Kamel Mahmoud (1926–2003) Egypt
  • Prof. Samaun Samadikun (1931–2006) Indonesia
  • Prof. Iftikhar Ahmad Malik (1936-2006) Pakistan
  • Prof. John (Younis) A. Katili (1929-2008) Indonesia
  • Prof. Ibrahim Mar Diop (1921-2008) Senegal
  • Prof. Syed Zahir Haider (1927-2008) Bangladesh
  • Prof. Mohammad Ilyas Burney (1922-2008) Pakistan
  • Prof. Badri Muhammad (1943-2009) Malaysia
  • Prof. Pulat K Khabibullaev (1936-2010) Uzbekistan
  • Prof. Mohammed Anwar Waqar (1941-2010) Pakistan
  • Prof. Souleymane Niang (1929-2010) Senegal
  • Prof. Ahmad Nawawi Ayoub (1937-2010) Malaysia
  • Prof. Kamal H. Batanouny (1936-2011) Egypt
  • Prof. Mohamed B E Fayez (1927-2011) Egypt
  • Prof. Mazhar M Qurashi (1925-2011) Pakistan
  • Prof. Mahmoud Hafez (1912-2011) Egypt
  • Prof. Jamal Nazrul-Islam (1939-2013) Bangladesh
  • Prof. Riazuddin (1930-2013) Pakistan
  • Prof. Naeem Ahmad Khan (1928-2013) Pakistan
  • Prof. Mehmet Nimet Ozdas (1921-2014) Turkey
  • Prof. Ugur Dilmen (1955-2015) Turkey
  • Prof. Ibrahim Gamil Badran (1924-2015) Egypt
  • Prof. Fakhruddin Daghestani (1936-2016) Jordan
  • Prof. Ibrahim Wone (1926-2016) Senegal
  • Prof. Syed Qasim Mehdi (1941-2016) Pakistan
  • Prof. Korkut Ozal (1929-2016) Turkey

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See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ http://en.unesco.org/
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  5. ^ http://www.interacademies.net/
  6. ^ http://www.iamp-online.org/
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  9. ^ http://www.iasworld.org/books/
  10. ^ http://www.medicaljournal-ias.org/
  11. ^ http://www.iasworld.org/newsletter/
  12. ^ http://www.iasworld.org/council/
  13. ^ http://www.iasworld.org/fellows/
  14. ^ http://www.ibn.a-star.edu.sg/research_areas_7.php?id=1
  15. ^ http://www.iasworld.org/laureats-of-the-ias-comstech-ibrahim-memorial-award/
  16. ^ http://www.iasworld.org/past-deceased-fellows/

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