Ph.D. Applied Physics September 2017
Department of Applied Science for Electronics and Materials
Research student September 2013 - March 2014
Major: Quantum Material Physics
I joined Kyushu University as a research student for 6 months to study the classes of quantum physics. In parallel, survey the proposed research topics of my Ph.D. thesis.
Funded by the European unions and under the Erasmus Mundus scholarship for exchange programs, I joined the university of Graz for one academic year. I have been enrolled in the "Nanophysics master program" or "NAWI" project for nanophysics master program for one academic year as an exchange master student. NAWI program was a newly established collaboration master program enables master students to study the nanophysics classes and laboratories at Karl-Franzens-University of Graz (KF-Graz) and Graz University of Technology (TU Graz). During that year I learned basics of nanophysics, includes surface chemistry, nanomaterials, and others by joining classes and laboratories. Moreover i gained experience of operating experimental techniques in well equipped /high advanced laboratories, i could investigate various types of nanomaterials with SEM, TEM, XRD and others under the supervision of professors from KU & TU Graz.
M.Sc. Solid State Physics May 2012
Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Aswan University, Aswan, Egypt
Major: Solid State Physics
Title of Thesis: “Studies on the physical properties of As-Se-Cu chalcogenide glasses”
In my master studies at Aswan university, I researched the As-Se-Cu chalcogenide glasses fabricated by quenching technique. As-Se-Cu thin films were deposited by thermal evaporation. The influence of Cu concentrations on the optical, electrical and structural properties of As-Se films were explored.
Bachelor of Science, Physics July 2006
Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, South Valley University, Aswan, Egypt
I studeied my Bachelor of Science for four years, and graduated with very good grade.