Nanotechnology Graduate Program

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Nov 27, 2013 (3 years and 6 months ago)

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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)

Email:
hgsalem@aucegypt.edu

Location: SSE building, Room 2019



Catalysis
.


Nanocomposites.


Layered

double
hydroxides
.


Solid
-
liquid

interface at the
nanoscale
.


Hazardous

substances

and
waste

Management.

Adham

Ramadan

(CHEM,
Chair
)

E
-
mail:
aramadan@aucegypt.edu

Location: SSE Building,
Room

1180

Amr
Shaarawi

(PHYS, Dean of Graduate Studies)

E
-
mail:
shaarawi@aucegypt.edu

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))

Email:
edsmith@aucegypt.edu

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)

E
-
mail:
hazzazy@aucegypt.edu

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
)

E
-
mail:
magdinas@aucegypt.edu


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

Email:
manis@aucegypt.edu

Location: SSE building, Room 2079


Integrated circuit design and design automation for VLSI systems in
the deep
submicrometer

regime Management of Technological
Innovation

Mohamed N.
Abou
-
Zeid


(CENG
Chair
)

Email:
mnagiba@aucegypt.edu

Location: SSE building, Room 1145

*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)

Email:
nageh.allam@aucegypt.edu


Location: SSE building, Room

Rania

Siam

(BIOT, Director of the Biotechnology program)

Email:
rsiam@aucegypt.edu

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

E
-
mail:
sedky@aucegypt.edu

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)

Email: wael_mamdouh@aucegypt.edu

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