Dr. A. Abdelghani

Dr. A. Abdelghani |Clyto Access

National Institute of Applied Science and Technology

Organizing Committee Member

Expertise: Microsensors and Microsystems, Gas sensors based on functionalized carbon nanotubes

Biography: Prof. Dr. A. Abdelghani is a Full Professor at the National Institute of Applied Science and Technology (INSAT, Tunisia) working mainly in the field of Microsensors and Microsystems. He obtained the master degrees in "Microelectronic Devices" at the INSA of Lyon (France) in 1994, then a Ph.D thesis from Ecole Centrale of Lyon (France) in 1997. He obtained a post-doc position in Germany between 1997-2000.  He obtained the Habilitation in Physics in Tunisia (faculty of Science of Tunis)  in 2004 and a Habilitation (worldwide recognition for conducting and leading research) in "Sciences pour l’Ingénieur" in 2009 at the Ecole Normale Supérieur de Cachan (France). He organized three International Conferences in Tunisia in the Field of Nanotechnology (2009, 2012 and 2014) with the Alexander Von Humboldt Foundation (Germany). He is now the leader and principal investigator of a research group working mainly on gas sensors based on functionalized carbon nanotubes (metallic oxides, nanowires, nanoneedles, polymers) and on the development of interdigitated gold microelectrodes integrated in microfluidic cell for bacteria analysis in biological medium. He published more than 85 papers in International Journals and supervised more than 10 Ph.D thesis and 30 master's student. Prof. Abdelghani is part of worldwide renowned scientists as editorial member of several peer-reviewed scientific journals. He was a coordinator of Science For Peace NATO Project (2009-2011), National science Foundation Project (2009-2013), of Tempus-Project (2013-2016) and coordinator of a recent NATO-SFP project (2013-2016). He is deeply involved in industrial applications in his field of research with implications for the design and the development of affordable and cost-effective sensing devices for diagnostics and theranostics which will have an effective impact in the developing countries. ,

Related Conferences :

World Summit on Nanotechnology and Nanomedicine Research