M. Mohammad received his BSc in 1995 from the Faculty of Science at Cairo University (Chemistry major). At that time, he was appointed as a TA in the Chemistry Department at Cairo University. He was awarded his MSc (Surface Chemistry) and PhD (Nanotechnology) from Cairo University, respectively in 1999 and 2004. In 2001, he joined the Pennsylvania State University as a research assistant for two years. In 2005, he received a research fellowship for two years from Tokyo Institute of Technology in collaboration with Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd. He worked (in a sabbatical leave) for Qassim University (KSA/Assistant Professor/from 2007-2009) andBritish University in Egypt (Egypt/ Associate Professor/ 2011-2015). Currently, he is a Professor of physical chemistry at Cairo University. His main research deals with fabrication of hybrid nanomatreials for water treatments and energy conversions.
Nano-fabrication, Characterization &Applications of Nanomaterials,Water Electrolysis, Electrocatalysis, Quantum Calculations,Development of Nano-Sized Modified Catalysts for PEM Fuel Cells, Development of Nano-composites for wastewater treatment, Self- Assembling of Nanoparticles.