4th Egyptian Japanese Joint Symposium on Remote Sensing and Its App In Arch


The 4th Egyptian Japanese Joint Symposiums on “Remote Sensing and Its Application; From Archaeology to Social  Sciences"

11 – 12 September 2012, Cairo, Egypt

NOVOTEL El-Borg – Hotel



Dear Dr.

National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences (NARSS) has the honor of inviting you to participate in the activities of :


The 4th Egyptian Japanese Joint Symposiums on

Remote Sensing and Its Application; From Archaeology to Social Sciences


Organized by NARSS in Collaboration with the Supreme Council of Antiquities, Egypt and Tokai, Waseda and Hitotsobashi Universities and the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) in Japan.

If you have a chance to attend the Symposium and / or the meeting, please send your abstract and/or registration form as soon as possible.

We are looking forward to see you among us in the event.


Symposium Co-Coordinator

Prof. El-Sayed Abbas Zaghloul

Mobil: 01223523671



The Symposium Objectives 
Prof.  El-Sayed Abbas Zaghloul 
Rethinking the Origins of the Modern Nile Floodplain, Alluvial stratigraphy, chronology, and history of the Nile Valley  
In Middle Egypt 
Keynote Lecture: Prof. Fekri Hassan
Session I : Archaeology and Site Management 
  • Waseda Univ.’s 40 years Research in Egyptology and Application of High Technology 
    Yoshimura Sakuji and Kawai Nozomu 
  • Inquiring the Egyptian Middle Kingdom Capital “Itj-towy” at El- Lisht; A Geoarchaeological Approach
     Hamdan, M.A.1, E. A. Zaghloul ², S. Parcak ɜ and M.Sanusi 
  • Archaeological Research at West Delta; Remote Sensing Application in Hellenistic Roman Archaeology
    Hasegawa So 1 and Masahiro Etaya 2 
  • Groundwater Condition in Giza Plateau (Sphinx Area) 
    El-Araby, N.¹, A. Fekri ¹, E.A.Zaghloul ²and A. Laake
  • Protecting Archaeological Sites in the Modern Society 
    Fushiya Tomomi  
  • The Archaeological Map of Egypt, a project by CULTNAT 
    Mahmud Ibrahim
Session II : Applications of Remote Sensing and GIS  
  • Detection of Tsunami Movements Using Satellite Images 
    Masahiro Etaya
  • Monitor the Geo-Environmental Hazardous at Abydous Archaeological Area, Using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques 
    Sohag, Egypt 
    El-Sayed Abbas Zaghloul 
  • Flooding Feature Impacted Human Influence and Geomorphology 
    Haruyama  Shigeko  
  • 3D Laser Scanning for Cultural Heritage Conservation in Egypt 
    Walaa Sheta 
  • Paddy Field Mapping for a Rotationally Irrigated Agricultural Area 
    Fujihira Kei Taniguchi Tomoyuki , Nasahara Kenio  and Satoh Masayoshi
  • Geo-information Technologies in Service of Agricultural Management  
    Abu-Elghar Mohamed and Sayed Arafat 
Session III : Remote Sensing and Social Sciences   
  • Concept of the “Rashda” Project  Interdisciplinary Study on Rashda Village, Dakhla Oasis in Egypt 
    Hiroshi Kato, Hitotsubashi University, Japan, Nobuhiro Matsuoka, Chiba
  • Rashda Village: Its History and Social Life 
    Hiroshi Katoand Erina Iwasaki  
  • Social Environment, Irrigation and Cultivation in Rashda Village 
    Iwasaki Erina and Kato Hiroshi
  • Irrigation and Land Use in Rashda Village – Case Study of Well No.3 District, Based on Satellite Data 
     Elbeih S. Iwasaki E. and H. Kato
  • Climatic features in Rashda Village and detection of Cultivation Pattern and water use using Satellite Data
    Kimura Reiji and Matsuoka Nobuhiro 


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