Mohamed H. Alkordi

academic title

Associate Professor, Materials Science Program

Position

Director of Research Office, Director of Material Science Program,
Co-founder and Co-director of the Center of Materials Science

Contact Information

Email: malkordi@zewailcity.edu.eg
Office#: NB, F022

 

 

About

Education: Doctor of Philosophy degree in chemistry from the University of South Florida, U.S. in 2010

Research Areas: Chemistry, Materials Science, Chemical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Environmental Science, Pharmaceutics

Research Interests: Functional Materials, Microporous materials, Novel materials, water splitting applications, CO2 capture and conversion

Keywords: catalysis, microporous, materials, energy, storage, water, treatment

 

1) Hassan, M. H., El-Basha, O., Haikal, R. R., Ibrahim, A. H., & Alkordi, M. H. (2018). Metallic nanoparticles assimilation within metal-organic framework monolith. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 10(39), 32942-32945.

2) Suriyakumar, S., Stephan, A. M., Angulakshmi, N., Hassan, M. H., & Alkordi, M. H. (2018). Metal-organic framework@SiO2 as permselective separator for lithium-sulfur batteries. Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 6(30), 14623-14632.

3) Amin, M., Mohamed, Z., El-Sayed, M., Samy, A., Sultan, A., Bassuoni, M., & Alkordi, M. H. (2018). Combined QM/MM and monte carlo study for redox leveling in mn and fe superoxide dismutase. Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry, 23(2), 285-293.

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Grants

 

1) Erasmus + mobility fund, 2017, Ireland-University of Limerick

2) Novel porous materials as solid electrolytes in energy devices, Egypt-India collaborative fund, ASRT,

3) Porous-Organic Polymers for CO2 Capture Applications: Structure-Property Relationships through Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Egypt-USA collaborative fund, STDF

 

 

1) Egyptian State Encouragement Award in Science and Technology

2) Georg-Forster Experienced Researcher Fellowship, 2017, Germany

3) recognized by Publons among the top 1% of reviewers in Materials Science in 2018