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Dr. Alaa Adam | Thermolectric materials Award | Best Researcher Award

Associate professor, Sohag University, Egypt

Dr. Alaa Adam, an Associate Professor at Sohag University in Egypt, has been honored with the Thermolectric Materials Award, recognizing his groundbreaking research in the field. 🏆 His dedication and expertise have positioned him as a leading figure in advancing the understanding and application of thermolectric materials. 🌟 Dr. Adam’s contributions not only enrich the scientific community but also hold immense potential for practical applications in energy harvesting and conservation. 🌱 His work exemplifies the spirit of innovation and excellence, inspiring fellow researchers and students alike. Congratulations to Dr. Alaa Adam on this well-deserved recognition! 🎉


👨‍🎓 Profile


📚 Education

Dr. Alaa Adam’s academic journey reflects his relentless pursuit of excellence in physics. 🎓 He obtained his Ph.D. from the Department of Physics at the University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy in Sofia, Bulgaria, supported by a grant from the European Commission. His doctoral thesis, “Thermoelectrical Bi2Se3-Bi2Te3 Thin Films,” showcased his expertise in thermoelectric materials. Graduating in 2016, he then pursued his master’s degree in Natural Science (Physics) at Sohag University in Egypt. His thesis, “Studies on Some Physical Properties of Bismuth Selenide Compound Doped with Antimony Element,” underscored his commitment to advancing knowledge in his field. 🌟

💼 Experience

Dr. Alaa Adam’s academic career has been marked by a diverse range of teaching experiences across different continents. 🌍 From 2016 to 2018, he served as an Assistant Professor and Senior Lecturer at the National University of Science and Technology in Moscow, Russia, enriching the academic landscape with his expertise. Transitioning back to his homeland, Egypt, he assumed the role of Lecturer of Physics at Sohag University’s Physics Department from 2018 to 2020, contributing significantly to the education of future scientists. Currently, Dr. Adam holds the prestigious position of Associate Professor at the Faculty of Engineering, King Salman International University, South Sinai, Egypt, since 2020. 🏫

🏆 Awards

Dr. Alaa Adam’s academic journey is adorned with prestigious scholarships and accolades, showcasing his commitment to excellence in scientific endeavors. 🎓 He was awarded the Erasmus Mundus international scholarship Grant, supported by the European Commission under the MEDASTAR project. Additionally, he secured the Open International Grant Competition of the National University of Science and Technology “MISiS” and fully funded scholarships for intensive schools on conservation science in Seville, Spain, and Izmit, Turkey. Dr. Adam’s achievements also include certificates of appreciation from the Egyptian Syndicate of Scientific Professions and Sohag University, along with participation in the Egypt-India Scientific cooperation program from 2019 to 2021. 🌟

📝 Publications Top Notes 

Transport and thermoelectric properties of melt spinning synthesized M2FeNiSb2 (M = Ti, Hf) double half Heusler alloys
Materials Research Bulletin, 164 (2023), 112246
Authors: M.A. Hassan, A. ElKhouly, E.M. Elsehly, V. Khovaylo, A.M. Adam
DOI: 10.1016/j.materresbull.2023.112246

Structural and magnetic properties of Dy doped SrFe12O19 ferrites
Materials Today Communications, 35 (2023), 105884
Authors: A.M. Adam, A. Elshafaie, E.M.M. Ibrahim
DOI: 10.1016/j.mtcomm.2023.105884

Annealing effect on the thermoelectric properties of multiwall carbon nanotubes
Physica E: Low-dimensional Systems and Nanostructures, 146 (2023), 115566
Authors: A.M. Adam et al.
DOI: 10.1016/j.physe.2022.115566

Structure, Thermal, and Physic-Chemical Properties of some Chalcogenide Alloys
Thermal Science, 27(1) (2023), pp. 397–404
Authors: A.M. Adam, W.M.F. Abdel-Rehim, P. Petkov, M. Ataalla
DOI: 10.2298/TSCI221001195A

Electrical and thermoelectrical properties of Bi2−xNaxTe3 alloys
Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 920 (2022), 165952
Authors: A.M. Adam, A.K. Diab, Medhat A. El-Hadek, Ahmed O. Sayed, E.M.M. Ibrahim
DOI: 10.1016/j.jallcom.2022.165952

Heat treatment effects on the structural and optical properties of thin Bi2(Se1-xTex)3 films
Ceramics International, 48(21) (2022), pp. 31148–31156
Authors: Z.M.H. El-Qahtani, M.A. El-Hadek, M.F. Alotaibi, P. Petkov, A.M. Adam
DOI: 10.1016/j.ceramint.2022.06.189

Outstanding optical properties of thermally grown (Bi2Se3)1-x (Bi2Te3)x thin films
Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing, 143 (2022), 106557
Authors: A.M. Adam et al.
DOI: 10.1016/j.mssp.2022.106557

Optimized thermoelectric performance in thin (Bi2Se3)1−x(Bi2Te3)x alloyed films
Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 898 (2022), 162888
Authors: A.M. Adam, A.K. Diab, M. Ataalla, M.F. Alotaibi, A.N. Alharbi, E.M. Elsehly
DOI: 10.1016/j.jallcom.2021.162888


Alaa Adam | Thermolectric materials Award | Best Researcher Award

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