Publications

1.1      Books (Editor /Co-Author/ Author)

1.    Sewilam, H. et al. Teaching and Learning Kits for Sustainable Development, Level 1.  Adam Publishing House, 2014. Registration number: 22587/2013, ISBN: 978-977-8505-82-5 (Available in English and Arabic).

2.    Sewilam, H. et al. Teaching and Learning Kits for Sustainable Development, Level 2.  Adam Publishing House, 2014. Registration number: 22588/2013 ISBN: 9789778505832 (Available in English and Arabic).

3.    Sewilam, H. et al. Teaching and Learning Kits for Sustainable Development, Level 3. Adam Publishing House, 2014.  Registration number: 22589/2013, ISBN: 978-977-8505-84-9 (Available in English and Arabic).

4.    Sewilam, H. et al. Teachers Guide – Education for Sustainable Development.  Adam Publishing House, 2014. Registration number: 22611/2013, ISBN: 9789778505894 (Available in English and Arabic).

5.    Sewilam, H. and Rudolpf, K. Editors. Capacity Development for Drinking Water Loss Reduction: Challenges and Experiences.  August Dreesbach Verlag, 2011. ISBN 978-3-940061-51-5

6.    Nacken, H., Bartusseck, S., Sewilam, H. Editors. Entscheidungsunterstützung  in der Wasserwirtschaft – von der Theorie zum Anwendungsfall. Aachen: GFZ, 2005.

7.    Sewilam, H. Neuro-Fuzzy Modelling for Conflict Resolution in Irrigation Management. Aachen/Germany: Shaker Publisher GmbH, 2004. ISBN 3-8322-3369-5 (PhD Dissertation was published as a book)

1.2      Book Chapters

1.    Nasr, P. and Sewilam, H. “Fertilizer drawn forward osmosis for irrigation”, In   Emerging Technologies for Sustainable Desalination Handbook, 2018, Elsevier,   DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-12-815818-0.00006-0

2.    Sewilam and Nasr. “Desalinated Water for Food Production in the Arab Region”, In Water-Energy-Food Nexus. United Nations University, 2016, Springer International Publishing, ISBN 978-3-319-48408-2.

3.    Marlene, M. Sewilam, H. Mader, C. “ EduCamp - Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung in Ägypten”, In Bildung für Nachhaltige Entwicklung, Umweltdachverband GmbH, eds. Edition: forum edition JAHRBUCH, FORUM Umweltbildung im Umweltdachverband, 2015, pp.139-145.

4.    Nacken, H., Breuer, R. and Sewilam, H. (2014). “SeCom2.0 : Serious Games in der Hochwasserrisikomanagementschulung”. In book: Wasser-Landschaft-Mensch in Vergangenheit, Gegenwart und Zukunft : Beiträge zum Tag der Hydrologie am 20./21. März 2014 an der Katholischen Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt Edition: 34/14 Publisher: Fachgemeinschaft Hydrologische Wissenschaften / Forum für Hydrologie und Waserbewirtschaftung Editors: Bernd Cyffka

5.    Sewilam, H. RCE Cairo: The EduCamp Project –A Multi-Level Cooperation of RCEs”, In Towards More Sustainable Consumption and Production Systems and Sustainable Livelihoods. United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies (UNU-IAS), 2012.

6.    Sewilam, H. and Liebe, J. “Capacity Development for Safe Use of Wastewater in Agriculture”, In Water and the Green Economy. Bonn, Germany: UNW-DPC, May 2012.

7.    Sewilam, H and Alearts, G. “Knowledge and Capacity Development”, In The United Nations World Water Development Report 4: Managing Water under Uncertainty and Risk (Vol. 1). United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, 7, place de Fontenoy, 75352 Paris 07 SP, France,  2012, ISBN 978-92-3-104235-5, e-book ISBN 978-92-3-001045-4: http://publishing.unesco.org/

8.    Sewilam, H. and Liebe, J. (2012). Capacity Development for Safe Use of Wastewater in Agriculture. In Book: In book: Water and the Green Economy Publisher: United Nations Water.

9.    Sewilam, H. “Capacity Development for Water Loss Reduction”, In Capacity Development for Drinking Water Loss Reduction: Challenges and Experiences. August Dreesbach Verlag, 2011, ISBN 978-3-940061-51-5.

10. Sewilam, H. "Rule-Based Systems for Ecohydrological and Morphological Decision Making", In Decision Support Systems, Vienna, Austria: In-TECH Publisher, 2009, ISBN 978-953-7619-X-X

1.3      Peer Reviewed Journal Papers

1.     Amin, G., Nasr, P., & Sewilam, H. (2021). An experimental study on draw solution performance in fertilizer drawn forward osmosis under Water Energy Food Nexus framework in Egypt. Desalination and Water Treatment210, 70–80. https://doi.org/10.5004/dwt.2021.26555 

2.     El Khorazaty, N., Sewilam, H., Kaldas, R. (2020)  Farmers Perceptions of Sustainable Agriculture and Drivers for Migration: A Qualitative Study in Egypt (Submitted).

3.     El Khorazaty, N., Sewilam, H., Kaldas, R. (2020)  Competency-Based Education for Sustainable Agriculture: Findings from a Needs Assessment on Farmers, Students, and Faculty (Submitted).

4.     El Zayat, H., Nasr, P. & Sewilam, H. Investigating sustainable management of desalination brine through concentration using forward osmosis. Environ Sci Pollut Res (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-021-13311-z

5.     Bassiouny, M., Nasr, P., & Sewilam, H., (2020)  Investigating the performance of hydroponic nutrient solutions as potential draw solutions for fertilizer drawn forward osmosis (Submitted).

6.     Salem, L., Fouad, W., Sewilam, H., (2020) Comparing Deep Water Culture and Sand-Bed Aquaponics for Lettuce Yields and Water consumption (Submitted)

7.     ElBarmelgy, A., Ismail, M., and Sewilam, H. "Biomass Productivity of Nannochloropsis sp. Grown in Desalination Brine Culture Medium". Desalination and Water Treatment

8.     Kimera, F., Sewilam, H., Fouad, W., Suloma, A. (2020). Sustainable Production of Origanum syriacum L. using Fish Effluents improved Plant Growth, Yield, and Essential Oil Composition (Submitted).

9.     Kimera, F., Sewilam, H., Fouad, W., Suloma, (2020). An Efficient utilization of aquaculture effluents to maximize plant growth, yield, and essential oils composition of Origanum majorana cultivation (Submitted).

10. Mohammed F. El Basuini, Shimaa A. Shahin, Islam I. Teiba, Mohamed A.A. Zaki, Abdelaziz M. El-Hais, Hani Sewilam, Rafa Almeer, Nevien Abdelkhalek, Mahmoud A.O. Dawood (2020). The influence of dietary coenzyme Q10 and vitamin C on the growth rate, immunity, oxidative-related genes, and the resistance against Streptococcus agalactiae of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus), Aquaculture, Volume 531, 2021, 735862, ISSN 0044-8486, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aquaculture.2020.735862

11. Youssef, A., and Sewilam, H. (2020). Impact of Urban Sprawl on Agriculture Lands in Greater Cairo, Journal of Urban Planning and Development, American Society of Civil Engineers, Volume 146, Issue 4, December 2020, https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)UP.1943-5444.0000623

12. Le, J.A., El-Askary, H.M., Allali, M., Sayed, I, Sweliem, H. and Piechota, T. (2020). Daniele C. Struppa1. Characterizing El Niño-Southern Oscillation Effects on the Blue Nile Yield and the Nile River Basin Precipitation using Empirical Mode Decomposition. Earth Syst Environ (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s41748-020-00192-4

13. Hany M.R. Abdel-Latif, Ali A. Soliman, Hani Sewilam, Rafa Almeer, Hien Van Doan, Mahmoud Alagawany, Mahmoud A.O. Dawood (2020). The influence of raffinose on the growth performance, oxidative status, and immunity in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus), Aquaculture Reports, Volume 18, 2020, 100457, ISSN 2352-5134, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aqrep.2020.100457 .

14. Mahmoud A.O. Dawood, Nagwa I. Abdel-Razik, Mahmoud S. Gewaily, Hani Sewilam, Bilal Ahamad Paray, Ali A. Soliman, Ehab Y. Abdelhiee, Mohamed Aboubakr, Hien Van Doan, Mabrouk El-Sabagh, Mohammed F. El Basuini (2020). β-Glucan improved the immunity, hepato-renal, and histopathology disorders induced by chlorpyrifos in Nile tilapia, Aquaculture Reports, Volume 18, 2020, 100549, ISSN 2352-5134, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aqrep.2020.100549 .

15. Tayel, A., Nasr, P., & Sewilam, H. (2020). Enhanced water flux using uncoated magnetic nanoparticles as a draw solution in forward osmosis desalination. Desalination and Water Treatment. https://doi.org/10.5004/dwt.2020.25827

16. Tayel, A., Nasr, P., & Sewilam, H. (2019). Forward osmosis desalination using pectin-coated magnetic nanoparticles as a draw solution. Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10098-019-01738-5 .

17. El-Essawy, H., Nasr, P., & Sewilam, H. (2019). Aquaponics: a sustainable alternative to conventional agriculture in Egypt – a pilot scale investigation. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-019-04970-0

18. S  Harb, S M  ElHaggar, H  Sewilam (2019). Developing sustainable school guidelines: the case of Egypt. E3S Web Conf. 96 03004 (2019), https://doi.org/10.1051/e3sconf/20199603004  

19. Kimera, F., Sewilam, H. and Imam, E. (2018) Economic Benefits of Supplemental Irrigation in Uganda. Agricultural Sciences, 9, 1401-1418. doi: 10.4236/as.2018.911097.

20. Breuer, R., Sewilam, Nacken, H. and H. Pyke, C. “Exploring the application of a flood risk management Serious Game platform”, Journal of Environmental Earth Sciences76(93) · March 2017, https://doi.org/10.1007/s12665-017-6387-1 .

21. Nasr, P. and Sewilam, H. “Selection of Potential Fertilizer Draw Solution for Fertilizer Drawn Forward Osmosis Application in Egypt”, Journal of Desalination and Water Treatment. 65 (2017) 22–30. March 2017, ·  DOI: 10.5004/dwt.2017.20274 .

22. Sewilam, H., Breuer, H. Nacken, H., Pyke, C. “Competence-Based and Game-Based Capacity Development for Sustainable Water Management in Germany”, Journal of Environmental Earth Sciences, 76(131) · February 2017, https://doi.org/10.1007/s12665-017-6416-0 .

23. Albadry, S., Tarabiah, K., and Sewilam, H. “Achieving Net Zero-Energy Buildings through Retrofitting Existing Residential Buildings Using PV Panels”, Energy Procedia 115 (2017) 195–204, Science Direct, February 2017, DOI: 10.1016/j.egypro.2017.05.018 .

24. Pyka, C. et al. “Effects of water diversion and climate change on the Rur and Meuse in low-flow situations”, Journal of Environ Earth Sciences, Vol. 75, (2016), p. 1206. doi:10.1007/s12665-016-5989-3.

25. Nasr, P., & Sewilam, H. “Investigating Fertilizer Drawn Forward Osmosis Process for Groundwater Desalination for Irrigation in Egypt”,   Journal of Desalination and Water Treatment, Vol. 57, Issue 56 (2016), pp. 26932-26942. DOI:10.1080/19443994.2016.1170639

26. Nasr, P. and Sewilam, H. “Investigating the performance of ammonium sulphate draw solution in fertilizer drawn forward osmosis process”,  Journal of Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy, Vol. 18 (2016), pp. 717- 727, DOI: 10.1007/s10098-015-1042-6.

27. Nasr, P. and Sewilam, H. ”Forward osmosis: an alternative sustainable technology and potential applications in water industry”,  Journal of Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy, Vol. 17, Issue 7 (2015),  pp. 2079-2090. DOI: 10.1007/s10098-015-0927-8 .

28. Nasr, P.  and Sewilam, H. “The potential of groundwater desalination using forward osmosis for irrigation in Egypt”,  Journal Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy, Vol. 17, Issue 7 (2015), pp. 1883-1895, DOI: 10.1007/s10098-015-0902-4 .

29. Sewilam, H., McCormack, O., Mader, M. et al. (2015): “Introducing education for sustainable development into Egyptian schools”,  Journal of Environment Development and Sustainability , Volume 17, Issue 2  (2015), pp. 221–238, doi:10.1007/s10668-014-9597-7

30. Breuer, R. Sewilam, H. Nacken, H. “SeCom2.0-Teaching and Learning in Flood Risk Management by means of Serious Games”, Journal/ Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung Vol. 59, Issue 1 (2015), pp. 37-38 · 

31. Sewilam, H. et.al. Rule-Based Decision Support System for the Morphological Rehabilitation of Watercourses, International Journal of Water Resources Management, Vol. 21 (2007), p. 2037, DOI 10.1007/s11269-007-9157-0.

1.4      Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings

1.    Breuer, R. H. Nacken and Sewilam, H. “Lessons Learned: Serious Games im Hochwasserrisiko-management”, Proceedings of the 4th e-Learning Conference of the German Computer Society (DeLFI 2016) The University of Potsdam, 2016, Volume: P-262.

2.    Breuer, R. Sewilam, and H. Nacken, H. SeCom2.0 Using Serious Gaming to teach Flood Risk Management Playing and Game Based Learning. Proceedings of International Valorisation Conference " Key Methodology to Successful Competence Based Learning Istanbul: 16 till 18 October, 2014.

3.    Nacken, H. Breuer, R. Sewilam, H. “ SeCom2.0 : Serious Games in der Hochwasserrisikomanagementschulung”, In Wasser-Landschaft-Mensch in Vergangenheit, Gegenwart und Zukunft : Beiträge zum Tag der Hydrologie, Bernd Cyffka, ed. 20./21. März 2014 an der Katholischen Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Edition: 34/14, Fachgemeinschaft Hydrologische Wissenschaften / Forum für Hydrologie und Waserbewirtschaftung, 2014, pp.27-34.

4.    Breuer, R. Sewilam, H. SeCom2.0: A Collaborative Serious Games Environment for Undergraduate Students and Flood Risk Experts. Proceedings of Online Educa Conference Berlin, Germany, 2013, Volume 19.

5.    Sewilam, O McCormack, S Osório-Peters, M Mader “Education for Sustainable Development”, Proceedings of the BioVision New Life Sciences: Linking Science to Societyof the Bibliotheke Alexandrina 2012, Published in 2013.

6.    Schnitzer, H. M Haindl, E Colombo, M Crul, H Sewilam, UNCHAIN Strategy for Boosting the cooerpation of business with MENA Universities. INTED2012 Proceedings, 2012, pp 6127-6137.

7.    Colombo, E. et.al, (2009): "University Chair On Innovation To Promote A Closer Cooperation Between Academia And Industry And Support Local Development In The Meda Region”,  INTED2009 Proceedings CD Valencia, March 9-11, 2009 ISBN: 978-84-612-7578-6.

8.    Sewilam, H. and Nacken, H. TOTWAT: An Interdisciplinary Water Management Training Program in the MENA Region, Proceedings of the First International Conference On Water Resources And Climate Change In The MENA Region, Muscat, The Sultanate of Oman, 02-04 November, 2008.

9.    Nacken, H. and Sewilam, H. Capacity Building for Hydrological Change Using a Blended Learning Technique, Proceedings of the First International Conference On Water Resources And Climate Change In The MENA Region Muscat, The Sultanate of Oman: 02-04 November, 2008.

10. Feindt, H. et.al. eLearning Techniques for Egyptian Circumstances, Paper Proceedings of the International Conference for eLearning,  Dresden, Germany, April 2007.

11. Sewilam, H. et.al. (2006), eLearning System for Water and Environmental Studies, Paper in Proceedings of the International Conference for eLearning Vienne, Austria, September 2006. 

12. Sewilam, H. (2005): DSS: eine attraktive Bezeichnung oder ein nutzbares Werkzeug?, in Entscheidungsunterstützung in der Wasserwirtschaft – von der Theorie zum Anwendungsfall, Conference Proceedings of Tag Der Hydrologie Aachen, Germany, 22-23 March, 2005.

13. Sewilam, H. Fuzzy Indicators for Interdisciplinary Performance Assessment of Water Resources Management. In: Workshop on Integrated Water Research and Water Management Altmorschen, Germany, 2004.

14. Sewilam, H. and Nacken, A Participatory DSS Concept for Water Resources Management. H. Liong, Phoon & Babovic (eds). Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Hydroinformatics Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Company, 21-24 June, 2004, ISBN 981-238-787-0.

15. Nacken, H. and Sewilam H. Liong, Phoon & Babovic (eds). Fuzzy-Based Ecohydrological Modeling for Implementing the EU WFD. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Hydroinformatics, Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Company, 21-24 June, 2004,  ISBN 981-238-787-0.. 

16. Sewilam, H. and Nacken, H. Entwicklung eines regelbasierten Entscheidungs¬unterstützungssystems (DSS) zur ökologischen und wasserwirtschaftlichen Bewertung von Maßnahmenplänen gemäß EG-WRRL. Workshop „ Interdisziplinäre Methoden des Flussgebietsmanagements“ Münster, Germany: 15.-16. March 2004.

17. Sewilam, H. and Nacken, H. Neuro-Fuzzy Decision System for Irrigation Management. Proceedings of the International Fuzzy Systems Association World Congress, 10th IFSA Istanbul, Turkey, 29 June- 2 July, 2003. ISBN: 975-518-208-X.

18. Sewilam, H. NeuroFuzzy – Ein Werkzeug zur Unterstützung von wasserwirtschaftlichen Entscheidungs¬findungen und ökologischer Modellierung. In: 33. Internationales Wasserbau-Symposium Aachen „Trends der Wasserwirtschaft - reagieren oder agieren“, Tagungsband, Aachen, Germany, 2003.

1.5      Non-Peer Reviewed Conference Proceedings

8.    Sewilam, H. Education for Sustainable Development: What about the Poor?  Proceedings of the conference "Green Economy: A Road Map for Sustainable Development and Poverty Reduction in the Arab Region", Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Egypt, 16-17 December 2015.

9.    Sewilam, H. et al.  “Education for Sustainable Development through University-School Cooperation”, April 22-25, 2012 New Life Sciences: Linking Science to Society: BioVision Alexandria 2012 / Bibliotheca Alexandrina; editors, Ismail Serageldin, Mohamed Yahia, with Mohamed El-Faham and Marwa El-Wakil. – Alexandria, Egypt: Bibliotheca Alexandrina, 2013. ISBN 978-977-452-226-8

10. Sewilam, H. Lippe Rainfall-Runoff Model: a Linguistic Solution for a Numerical Problem, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference of Environmental Research Division, Cairo, Egypt, 1-3 April 2008.

11. Sewilam, H. and Nacken, H. (2005): DSS For Interdisciplinary Water Management, First Ain Shams University, Proceedings of the International Conference on Environmental Engineering Cairo, Egypt,9 – 11 April 2005.

12. Nacken, H. and Sewilam, H. (2005): Fuzzy Fish Habitat Modeling, First Ain Shams University, Proceedings of the International Conference on Environmental Engineering Cairo, Egypt, 9 - 11 April 2005.

13. Sewilam, H. Fuzzy-Based Modelling for Environmental Aspects. Proceedings of the Second Water Conference on Arab Water Cairo, Egypt, 2004

14. Sewilam, H. Intelligent Techniques in Ecohydrological Modelling. A review. Proceedings of the III International Symposium on Environmental Hydrology, ASCE, Cairo, Egypt, 2002.