Abdalla Abdelwahab is a lecturer of materials science and nanotechnology in the Faculty of postgraduate studies for advanced sciences, Beni-Sueif University, Egypt. During his Ph.D. research in the inorganic chemistry department, Granada University, Spain, Dr. Abdalla participated with the research group of carbon materials in registering a patent using carbon gels as electro-catalysts for carbon dioxide conversion into hydrocarbons. Dr. Abdalla's research focuses on using carbon materials in energy applications according to the Egyptian vision 2030. Currently, Dr. Abdalla is a co-supervisor for the master and PhD degrees of more than fourteen students.
- Ph.D., Faculty of science, Granada University, Spain. (2013-2017)
- M.Sc., Faculty of Science, Lund University, Sweden. (2010-2012)
- B.Sc., Faculty of science, Helwan University, Egypt (2002-2006)
Area of Research
Nanocomposites for electrochemical Application
- Methanol Electro-oxidation.
- Oxygen reduction reaction.
- Quantum dots solar cells.
- Water Splitting’.
- Carbon based nanomaterials for energy Applications.
- Carbon quantum dots for supercapacitors.
- Carbon Xerogels for methanol and ethanol electro-oxidation.