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Mohamed is currently an Associate Professor at Benha University, Physics department, Faculty of Science (Egypt). He has obtained his B.Sc. in Physics, Benha university (Egypt), master's degree in theoretical condensed matter physics (superconductivity) from Benha University (Egypt) and Ph.D. degree in theoretical condensed matter physics (transport properties of some heterostructures) from Augsburg University (Germany). Mohamed was a visiting researcher at Augsburg University (Germany) for several years (2010-2016), many months/year, and a postdoc researcher in Zewail City of Science and Technology (Egypt) (2013-2017) and a postdoc researcher in Qatar university (Qatar) (2014-2015). His research is related to Density functional theory to study the electronic, magnetic, transport, optical, and photocatalytic properties of a quantum dot, one-dimensional, two-dimensional and three-dimensional structures. Now he works on the improving of photocatalytic properties for some perovskite structures.

Selected Publications

  1. Theoretical study on cation codoped SrTiO3 photocatalysts for water splitting, M. M. Fadlallah, M. F. Shibl, T. J. H. Vlugt, and U. Schwingenschlögl. Journal of Materials Chemistry A 6, 24342 (2018)
  2. Experimental and theoretical demonstrations of ultraviolet absorption enhancement in porous nano-membrane graphene, Amal Kasry, Mohamed M. Fadlallah, Nicolas H. Voelcker, Ahmed A. Maarouf. Carbon 155, 65 (2019)
  3. Graphene and graphene nanomesh supported nickel clusters: Electronic, magnetic, and hydrogen storage properties, Mohamed M Fadlallah, Ali Abdelrahman, Udo Schwingenschlögl, Ahmed A Maarouf. Nanotechnology 30, 085709 (2019)
  4. Magnetic, electronic, optical, and photocatalytic properties of nonmetal-and halogen-doped anatase TiO2 nanotubes, M M Fadlallah. Physica E 89, 50 (2017)
  5. Magnetic, electronic and vibrational properties of metal phthalocyanines and fluorinated metal phthalocyanines, O. I. Arillo-Flores, M. M. Fadlallah, C. Schuster, U. Eckern, and A. H. Romero. Physical Review B 87, 165115 (2013)

About CCER

The Center for Computational Energy Research  aims to explore pathways to future energy systems. This is done via computational simulations that complement experimental energy research. The center was founded in 2017 as the result of a joint initiative between the Department of Applied Physics of the Eindhoven University of Technology and NWO Institute DIFFER.

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