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Nanotechnology Graduate Program Director & Steering Committee
Director: 1.Hanadi Salem (MENG) Steering Committee: 2.Adham Ramadan (CHEM Chair) 3.Amr Shaarawi (PHYS and Dean of Graduate Studies) 4.Edward Smith (ENVE program director) 5.Hassan Azzazy (CHEM) 6.Magdi Nasrallah (PENG Chair), 7.Mohab Anis (EENG) 8.Mohamed N. Abou-Zeid (CENG Chair) 9.Nageh Allam (PHYS) 10.Rania Siam (BIOT program director), 11.Sherif Sedky (PYSC and YJSTRC director and Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Research) 12.Wael Mamdouh (CHEM)
Consolidation Behavior of Micro and Nanostructure Metallic Powders - Metal matrix nanocomposites fabrication and characterization. Bulk nanostructure material fabrication via: Spark Plasma Sintering (SPS); Intense plastic straining; Micron and Nanostructural evolution and mechanical properties characterization. Ceramic coatings characterization Friction Stir Welding/Processing; parametric effect on the ambient, cryogenic and elevated temperature properties, aging response, and structural evolution of metals and alloys. Superplastic forming. Hanadi Salem (MENG, Director of Nanotechnology program) Location: SSE building, Room
Catalysis. Nanocomposites. Layered double hydroxides. Solid-liquid interface at the nanoscale. Hazardous substances and waste Management. Adham Ramadan (CHEM, Chair) Location: SSE Building, Room 1180
Amr Shaarawi (PHYS, Dean of Graduate Studies) Location: SSE building, Room 214 Theoretical studies of ultra-wideband localized pulses and ultra-fast transmission of tunneling pulses. Modeling of ultra-short slowly decaying pulses, their generation, propagation and scattering.
Edward Smith (Construction and Architectural Engineering, Director of the Graduate Program in Environmental Engineering (ENVE)) Location: SSE building, Department of Construction, Room 1144 Experimental evaluation and modeling of physical-chemical processes for fate, transport, and treatment of pollutants in water and wastewater; emphasis on adsorption processes Water quality analysis and modeling Industrial wastewater characterization, treatment and waste minimization Advanced treatment and reuse of treated wastewater in agriculture
Hassan Azzazy (CHEM, Novel Diagnostics and Therapeutics Group Leader) Location: SSE building, Room Clinical chemistry Molecular Diagnosis Developing bionanotech-based diagnostic tests as well as smart drug nanocarriers HCV, Tuberculosis, Cancer, etc.
Magdi M. Nasrallah (PENG, Department of Petroleum and Energy Engineering, Founding Chair) Alternative and Renewable Energy; Fuel Cell Technology; Applied and Industrial Chemistry; Materials Engineering; Glass and Metallurgical Industries; Oxidation and Corrosion; Building Materials; Recycling of Solid Waste; Natural gas applications in fuel cell technology; Membranes for liquefaction of natural gas; Gas-Solid reactions; Chemical Pollution; Failure in pipelines.
Mohab Anis Electronics Engineering Location: SSE building, Room Integrated circuit design and design automation for VLSI systems in the deep submicrometer regime Management of Technological Innovation
Mohamed N. Abou-Zeid (CENG Chair) Location: SSE building, Room *Mechanical properties and durability of construction materials *Use of industrial by-products such as silica fume, fly ash, and slag in construction *Microanalysis of materials, using scanning electron microscopy, x-ray and image analysis *Corrosion of structural metals and deterioration of materials *Repair and retrofitting of components and structures *Linear and nonlinear finite element analysis *Fracture mechanics of concrete and structural steels *Nondestructive testing and evaluation of structures *Urban development and enhancement of construction aspects *Technical education, vocational training and human resources development aspects
Design and Assembly of 1D Nanostructured Materials for Solar Energy Conversion Solar-Fuel Generation as an Example. The assembly and development of new semiconductor nanoarchitectures Interface control for the purpose of solar energy conversion Direct solar-to-chemical energy conversion Nageh Allam (PHYS) Location: SSE building,
Rania Siam (BIOT, Director of the Biotechnology program) Location: SSE building, Biology Department, Room 2107 Cell cycle regulation, Response regulators, Replication origins and Environmental genomics Metagenomics
Sherif Sedky (PHYS, Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Research, YJ-STRC Director and Micro and Nanosystems Group Leader Location: SSE building, Room Design, modeling and fabrication of a broad range of Micro/Nano- Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS/NEMS) devices such as energy harvesters, accelerometers, gyroscopes, MEMS antennas, photonics The introduction of new techniques for controlling the physical properties of thin films by either alloying different materials together or by localized thermal treatments using short-laser pulses. New miniaturized devices that can convert physical phenomena such as infrared radiation, linear acceleration, angular velocity and temperature into electrical signals.
Wael Mamdouh (CHEM, Nanotechnology Graduate Program) Location: SSE building, Room 1188 Designing novel nanomaterials, Investigating the chemical and physical properties of nanomaterials, Biomolecular systems, Molecular self-assembly Building supramolecular networks, Drug delivery Solid-liquid interface at the nanoscale Polymers nanocomposites and their (biomedical) and (industrial) applications Tissue Engineering Water treatment