Abdel-Hamid Ismail Mourad
I received my B.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering (1981) and M.Sc. degree (1989) in Mechanical Engineering (stress analysis area) from Helwan University, Cairo, Egypt. In 1991, I got a scholarship from the INDO/ARE Cultural Exchange Program under which I earned my Ph.D. degree in the Mechanical Engineering (Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics area) from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (IITB), Mumbai, India, in 1995. After awarding the PhD degree, I have started working as a full-time lecturer (1995) at the Mechanical Design Department, Helwan University. In September 2000, I joined the UAEU as assistant professor in 2005, I was promoted to the rank of associate professor and in Spring 2014 I have promoted to full Professor at UAEU.
Throughout my career, I have taught a wide spectrum of courses at undergraduate (department, college, ERU and university) and graduate (in 3 graduate programs) levels. Varieties of teaching aids/methods are used in delivering the material of each course. I have supervised/co-supervised 20 PhD and more than 40 Master students from different departments/colleges. I am active researcher in several attractive topics of engineering applications. My research has resulted in more than 200 referred and peer reviewed international journals and conferences. I have recognized as World’s Top 2% scientist by Stanford University. Received UAE University Award for Excellence in Scholarship, college excellence award in scholarship in academic year 2020-2021. I have also awarded excellence allowance for last 4 years. I am Editor of many international journals and Editor in chief of Emirates Journal for Engineering Research (EJER). With my students, I have won many best paper awards and other competitions.
Most research interests for a scientist
Biomaterials and Tissue engineering.
Renewable energy, Solar cells.
Nanotechnology and Characterization of materials.
Durability and degradation of polymeric and composite materials.
3D printing of polymers
Friction stir welding of metals and polymers
Fatigue and Fracture mechanics of materials
Stress analysis, stress Corrosion Cracking.