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At 8:29pm on August 30, 2013,
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Wesam Ahmed Tawfik
At 4:57pm on October 27, 2011,
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Paolo Di Sia

Hi Nasar, my friend !!!

Yes, I have finished my PhD with the thesis defense on May of this year.

I have found job now at Bozen-Bruneck university, about 250 Km from Verona. Here I stay good, I have a lot of didactic work.....mathematics, geometry, physics :-)

Also for this reason I was not able to come in Poland. I missed you all very much too :-(

Salut for me all the team and Imram, dear Imran :-))

See you soon, stay in contact ;-)

Bye for now, greetins to your family, God bless you, ciao.


At 2:24pm on September 9, 2009,
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Dr Nasar , Thanks for ur help
I mean how to get the visa ?
i am still student
how could i attend ?
to get the visa to travel to Rome , i shall get a letter from there
to give to my college or to the consul here
i opened the travel\visa icon in the website
but i didnt find any information
can i talk to u ? if you please :)
At 2:10pm on September 9, 2009,
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Please Dr Nasar
I want to attend this conference
but iam still medical student
at the last year
how could i register to attend the conference
the conf will be from 19-22
what's ur advice to me to get a visa to attend this conf
please help me i dont want to miss this chance
At 2:02pm on September 9, 2009,
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yes i want to attend Dr nasar
but how to register ?
can i chat with u for 5 minutes please ?
this is my yahoo
At 1:34pm on September 9, 2009,
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Dr. Nasar Ali
are you
NanoSMat Chairman
the conference which will be in Italy ?
At 8:30am on August 1, 2009,
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At 3:34pm on June 30, 2009,
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Thank u very much sir

Try my level
At 3:24pm on June 30, 2009,
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Dear sir,

Iam student, doing Ph.D. in nnaomaterials. Basically i have completed M.Sc. Materials Science.

Now iam working with nano metal oxide coating on textile applications(fabrics). If u have any idea with this work can u guide me

And also can u give some suggestions regrading scope for the materials science people in companys

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