JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow, Kyushu University
Physicist with a research journey of about 10 years in the material science field. Started in 2006 by BSc degree in physics, followed by M.Sc. in solid-state physics (Aswan Uni. Egypt) including two semesters as an exchange student in nanophysics (Graz Uni. Austria). Then a PhD of Applied physics in the topic of nanocrystalline diamond at Kyushu University, Japan. Alongside, I got the experience of teaching physics for 4 years during my journey. Currently, as a postdoc fellow, my research interests focus on the growth of ultrananocrystalline diamond (UNCD) films by CAPD and PLD methods. In addition I am doing research on the "Application of laser-induce doping to singlecrystalline diamond".