Ph.D. Degree: June, 2008 (Gunma University, Japan)
Ph.D. Degree in Fuel cells under the title "Novel Electrode Structure for the Reduction of Methanol Crossover in a Passive DMFC
"M.Sc. Degree: May, 2002 (El-Minia University, Egypt)
M.Sc. Degree in Chemical Engineering, under the thesis title “Evaluation of Pack Aluminizing of Steel in Various Corrosive Media”.
B.Sc. Degree: May, 1998 (El-Minia University, Egypt) B.Sc., Chemical Engineering Final year grade (Distinction, 90.5%), The average grade (Very good with honors degree, 78%)
June, 1999- Jan., 2000
Chemical Engineer, Egyptian Fertilizer Company
Feb., 2000-March, 2002
Demonstrator, El-Minia University, Faculty of Engineering, Chemical Engineering Department, Egypt
April, 2002- Dec., 2004
Teaching Assistant, El-Minia University, Faculty of Engineering, Chemical Engineering Department, Egypt
July, 2008- Jan., 2009
Lecturer, El-Minia University, Faculty of Engineering, Chemical Engineering Department, Egypt
Feb., 2008- March, 2011
Post doctor fellowship in Advanced Technology Center (ATEC), Gunma University, Gunma, Japan
June, 2011- March, 2012
Researcher in Graduate school of Eng., Gunma University, Gunma, Japan
April, 2012 – March 2013
JSPS fellowship in Gunma University, Gunma, Japan
Oct., 2013 - Aug. 2015
Assocaite Professor, , El-Minia University, Faculty of Engineering, Chemical Engineering Department, Egypt
Dr Mohammad is involved in different national and international projects for the developments of fuel cells:
1) Consultant in KSA in the project entitled “Development and commercialization of fuel cells based on industrial and sewage waters using nanotechnological approach", funded by The National Plan for Sciences & Technology (NPST), King Saud University, Saudi Arabia (February 1, 2014 – January 31, 2016) (Project # 11ENE1917-02).
2) Consultant in KSA in the project entitled “Non-Precious Metallic Nanofibers As Novel, Cheap and Effective Electrodes For Scaling Up Fuel Cells Manufacturing Technology", funded by The National Plan for Sciences & Technology (NPST), King Saud University, Saudi Arabia (February 1, 2012 – January 31, 2014) (Project # 11ENE1721-02).
3) Principal invistigator (PI) in national project for electricity production from wastes using an integrated system from Biogas and Solid Oxide Fuel Cells funded by the Academy of Scientific Research and Technology (ASRT).
4) The contacting person and member of an international project funded from the European Union for the development of the microbial fuel cell for the simultaneous electricity generation and wastewater treatment.
1.N.AM Barakat, E.Ahmed, M. A. Abdelkareem, AA Farghali, MM Nassar, M. H El-Newehy, S. S Al-Deyab, Ag, Zn and Cd-doped titanium oxide nanofibers as effective photocatalysts for hydrogen extraction from ammonium phosphates, Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical 409 (2015) 117-126.
2. B. M Thamer, M. H El-Newehy, N. AM Barakat, M. A. Abdelkareem, S. S Al-Deyab, H. Y. Kim, In-situ synthesis of Ni/N-doped CNFs-supported graphite disk as effective immobilized catalyst for methanol electrooxidation, J. Hydrogen Energy 40 (2015) 14845-14856.
3. N. AM Barakat, H. M Moustafa, MM Nassar, M. A. Abdelkareem, MS Mahmoud, A. A Almajid, K. A. k Khalil, Distinct influence for carbon nano-morphology on the activity and optimum metal loading of Ni/C composite used for ethanol oxidation, Electrochimica acta 182 (2015), Pages 143–155.
4. A. Allagui, M. A. Abdelkareem, A. Alwakil, H. Alawadi, Reduced Graphene Oxide Thin Film on Conductive Substrates by Bipolar Electrochemistry, Scientific Reports, 6 (2016) 21282.
38. A. Allagui, A. E. Rojas, T. Bonny, A. S. Elwakil, and M. A. Abdelkareem, Nonlinear time-series analysis of current signal in cathodic contact glow discharge electrolysis, J. of applied physics 119(2016) 203303.
39. M. A. Abdelkareem, A. Allagui, T. Tsujiguchi, N. Nakagawa, Effect of the Ratio Carbon Nanofiber/Carbon Black in the Anodic Microporous Layer on the Performance of Passive Direct Methanol Fuel Cell, J. Electrochem. Soc. 163 (2016) F1011-F1016.
1. National scholarship for PhD study in Japan, Dec. 2004 to June 2008.
2. Postdoctoral fellowship for the development of DMFC based on novel elecrod structure. From the advanced technology Center, Gunma university Japan. Feb., 2009 to March 2011.
3. Postdoctoral fellowship for the development of cathode alternatives to the Pt catalyst. April 2001 to March, 2012.
4. Postdoctoral fellowship from April 2012 to Dec. 2012, Japan for the development of metal carbides and Nitrides for fuel cell applications.
Best presented Paper
Second International Conference for Energy, ICEE2010, Aswan, Egypt 27-29 Dec., 2010.
Title of the paper
Role of Air Cathode Filter on the Intermediate Products in a Vapor Feed Passive DMFC Operated with High Methanol Concentration.
Minia University scientific reward for publishing, 2014 and 2015.
State price in advanced Engineering Applications 2015.