Dr Mohamed Al-Hada
Mohamed Al-Hada is a researcher on the SMF work group.
Mohamed Al-Hada's main research interest is in Nanotechnology Science (Graphene, Nanoparticles and clusters) using the synchrotron light sources and other techniques like HR-TEM, AFM, and SEM.
Due to the performance and superb electronic, electrical conductivity and mechanical properties of Graphene, Mohamed Al-Hada and his colleagues are working on understanding and improving Graphene’s applications on the near ambient pressure experiments and on Li interaction/diffusion on Graphene surface.
- Diploma in Physics, Leibniz University Hannover.
- Dr rer nat, TU Berlin.
Mohamed Al-Hada got his PhD in Physics at TU Berlin in 2005 using the third generation of synchrotron facility in Berlin. He moved to Amran University Yemen where he worked as Prof. Assistant until 2015. Between 2007 and 2015, he joined the work group of Prof. Wolfgang Eberhardt at the TU Berlin as a researcher in many scientific projects related to the cluster physics.
From 2015 to 2018 he lived in Italy to work at ELETTRA synchrotron facility as a scientist within ESCAmicroscopy beamline headed by Dr Gregoratti. In August 2018 he joined the University of Cambridge's Cavendish Laboratory as a researcher on the SMF work group.
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