Tamer Farouk Khalifa Professor of Textile Quality control & testing - Textile Spinning, Weaving & Knitting Dept., Vice Dean - Faculty of Applied Arts – BADR University in Cairo – Egypt. Tamer was the Former Vice-Dean for Postgraduate studies & Research Faculty of Applied Arts – Helwan University. Tamer has an academic and research experience for almost 25 years in the field of textile engineering (textile materials, textile machinery, nonwovens, textile lab and testing, textile preparation and environmental impact and a number of publications in the field of technical and industrial textiles, nonwovens, textile quality control, education quality, and textile physics. Tamer is also working as reviewer for several journals in the field of textiles, and an editorial board in others . Tamer has been the Textile Program Academic Coordinator (Undergraduate program) at Faculty of Applied Arts - Helwan university for more than 3 years (The Program was accredited by Naqaa). Supervising several Master, and PhD thesis related to textiles, in addition to participating in several research projects. Furthermore, Tamer has a wide knowledge and experience in the managerial and organizational level in universities as he has been working as acting vice dean for postgraduate and research for almost 3 years at faculty of Applied Arts- Helwan University, and now he is the vice dean for student affairs for almost 2 years at Faculty of applied Arts – BADR University in Cairo. In addition to his experience as an ISO 17025 (For laboratory accreditation) and ISO 17020 (For Inspection bodies)– Lead assessor and Technical assessor and Expert – EGAC (Egyptian accreditation council). (Assessing and accrediting many Textile labs locally and internationally according to ISO 17025). Tamer is a member of both the Egyptian Engineering syndicate and Applied Arts Designers Syndicate. And an ex- board member of Applied Arts Syndicate.
Textile quality control production systems. Textile production management. Technical textiles and composites. Nonwovens. Textile testing and accreditation. Textile education (Programs & accreditation). Textile environmental issues.
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