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13th International Conference on Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology

Osaka, Japan

My Ali El Khakani


My Ali El Khakani

Université du Québec, Canada

Biography

Professor My Ali El Khakani is the leader of the “NanoMat” Group, he founded in 1998 at the Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (Centre-Energie, Materiaux et Telecommunications, Canada; www.wmt.inrs.ca). His R&D activities cover the inter-related fields of laser/plasma based synthesis, modification, nanoassembly and characterizations of nanostructured materials (including nanotubes, nanoparticles and ultrathin films) and their applications for advanced photo/electronic devices, functional coatings, and electro-photo-catalysis. He has published more than 190 refereed publications in prestigious journals (his current google scholar H index is 36), and co-holds 5 patents. The results of his R&D work have been disseminated in more than 250 international conferences and in numerous invited keynote talks/seminars. He has served on many international R&D steering committees and scientific advisory boards for various public and private R&D funding agencies (from Canada, USA, South America, and Europe). He has been a member of several international scientific advisory boards and/or session chair at international conferences. He has served on the editorial board of sensors letters, and he is currently member of the editorial board of the ISRN-Nanotechnology and Scientific Reports-NPG journals. He is also a regular reviewer for more than 25 refereed scientific journals

Abstract

Abstract : Pbs Nanoparticles/Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes Nano Hybrid Materials Synthesis By Means Of the Pulsed Laser Deposition Approach and Their Integration into Photoactive Devices