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Research Fellow, Faculty of Engineering
Ehab has worked on direct write technologies for the past 8 years focussing on jetting and sintering of metal nanoparticles using various techniques. Ehab has broad research interest including organic and inorganic materials such as metal nanoparticle-doped polymers as well as a recent breakthrough that enabled 3D printing of conductive and non-conductive materials in a single structure. Ehab has chaired several conference sessions and is a regular invited speaker to many international events, and he is a regular reviewer for various journals including Nature Scientific Reports and Advanced Materials Technologies.
Having completed an honoured BEng first class degree in Digital Electronics and Communications from Brighton University, Ehab was successful in gaining a PhD studentship from the Optoelectronics Research Centre ORC at Southampton University. Being in the ORC, an internationally pronounced institute in the area of optics and electronics, Ehab had worked in developing new methods to print glass and metal nanoparticles and gained a PhD for his work in the field. After completing his PhD, Ehab joined Nottingham University investigating new aspects of 3D printing as part of the Jetting of Electronics Tracks JET project, focussing on incorporating conductive tracks and electronics components within 3D printed structures.
Ehab has also worked in the electronics industry for few years within and after completing his undergraduate study, covering technical and R&D electronic design/manufacturing aspects for end-user products which are currently used in the retail market.
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