Dr. Said Elshahat Abdallah is working as an Associate Professor of Agricultural Process Engineering, Department of Agricultural Engineering, Faculty of Agriculture, Kafrelsheikh University, Egypt. He obtained his Ph.D degree in Technical Sciences in November 2005 from the Faculty of Design, Don State Technical University, Russia. He prepared many scientific literatures such as Engineering of Food Factories and Dairy Plants, Engineering Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer, Introduction to agricultural process engineering, Instrumentation, Properties and Testing of Engineering Materials, Fitting of Curves and Differential Equations and Differentiation & Integration. He published more than twenty research articles in International peer-reviewed journals. He supervised, has done and examined about twenty M. Sc and Ph.D dissertations. He participated in several either Local or International conferences on the topics of Agricultural Process Engineering. He contributed in the attendance of many meetings, workshops and training courses.
He was awarded Food Engineer of the Year Award-2010; Excellence Award in International Scientific Publication-2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015; Arab Papers Published on Agriculture-2012; Egypt 25 Foundation Award-2012; Who's Who in the World – 2013, 2014 and 2015; 2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21 Century-2013; Top 100 Engineers-2013; International Biographical Center Man of The Year-2013; Cambridge Certificate for Outstanding Engineering Achievement-2013 and Cambridge Certificate for Outstanding Educational Achievement-2013. He served as: Editor-in-Chief; Associate Editor; Editorial Board Member; Food Expert; Reviewer in more than one hundred sixty International peer-reviewed journals.
Agricultural Process Engineering; Postharvest Technology; Bioengineering; Food Engineering; Waste Management; Process and Bioprocess Engineering; Thermal Engineering; Agricultural Production Engineering; Postharvest operations Engineering; Composting and Vermicomposting; Non-Conventional Forages Processing; Farm Wastes Bioconversion.