Ibrahim Yahia Zahran
Prof. Dr/Ibrahim Hussein (I.S. Yahia) - NLEBA, Department of Physics, Faculty of Education, Ain Shams University – Egypt, AFMOL - Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, King Khalid University - Saudi Arabia, Professor of Nanoscience for Environmental & Bio-medical. His research is focused on many topics in the field of Nano & Material Science such as semiconductor nanomaterials of metal oxide/chalcogenide, organic/inorganic materials, devices, polymeric nanocomposites, graphene, bio-ceramics, and biomedical materials, sensors, laser filters, photocatalytic….…etc. He is a member of Egyptian Material Science Society; Member of Egyptian Crystal Science Society and its Applications; Member of Saudi Physics Society, (Representative of KKU in Saudi Physics Society); Saudi Society for Nanotechnology and Member of Research chair of Exploitation of Renewable Energy Applications in Saudi Arabia, Physics & Astronomy Dept., College of Science, King Saud University. He participated as PIs and Co-PIs in many project groups in King Khalid University, King Saud, University and King Abdel Aziz University, Saudi Arabia 2012-2020. Recently, he is Consultant in Research Center for Advanced Materials Science (RCAMS), King Khalid University, Saudi Arabia. I.S. Yahia won four prizes: The first prize one was the State Incentive Award in Physics from the Academy of Science and Technology, Egypt, 2012. The second prize was the Award of Abdul Hamid Shoman for Young Arab Researchers in physics in 2013 from Jordan. The third prize, he won the King Khalid University distinguished professor prize for teaching in March 2017 and the fourth prize was the KKU Distinguished Professor in Research April 2019. I.S. Yahia published more than 320 papers with an h-index of 34 and total citations of 4055. I.S. Yahia is ranked No. 10 in KSA in 2018 with 57 published papers. I.S. Yahia is ranked No. 2 in ASU for the last four years publications 2016-2019 with 144 published papers. In 19-December 2019, I.S. Yahia ranked No. 1 in NANO+EGYPT from Scopus analysis with 159 published papers in ISI journals.