Cinque Terre


Mohammed A. Ibrahem

Applied sciences Department

Assistant Professor

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  • B.Sc. in Applied Physics from University of Technology, Baghdad – IRAQ. Ranked the 2nd out of 51 graduates in the Department at the graduation year 2001-2005.
  • M.Sc. in Applied Physics from The University of Technology, Baghdad – IRAQ. Dissertation: ‘Study the Optical and Electrical Properties of Silicon Nanostructure’ (Prof. Bassam G. Rasheed, advisor). 2005-2008
  • Ph.D. in Physics from The University of Hull, Kingston Upon Hull – United Kingdom. Dissertation: ‘Multiwavelength Photoconductivity of ZnO Nanoparticles Based on Surface Defects and Plasmonics’ (Prof. Mary O’Neill, advisor). 2013-2017
  • Solution-processed nanomaterials and photonic devices, Photodetection, Low-cost Photolithography, Plasmonic nanostructures for optoelectronic applications, Solar cells, Organic semiconductors.
  • K. S. Khashan, G. M. Sulaiman, F. A. Abdulameer, S. Albukhaty, M. A. Ibrahem, T. Al-Muhimeed and A. A. AlObaid, Antibacterial Activity of TiO2 Nanoparticles Prepared by One-Step Laser Ablation in Liquid. Appl. Sci. 2021, 11 (10), 4623.
  • B. G. Rasheed,; M. A. Ibrahem,; M. H. Ibrahim, Surface Modification of Nobel Metals and Stainless Steel by Pulsed Nd: YAG Laser. Lasers Manuf. Mater. Process. 2021.
  • B. G Rasheed; M. A. Ibrahem, Laser Micro/Nano Machining of Silicon. Micron 2021, 140.
  • M. A. Ibrahem; B. G. Rasheed; R. I. Mahdi; T. M. Khazal; M. M. Omar; M. O’Neill. Plasmonic-Enhanced Photocatalysis Reactions Using Gold Nanostructured Films. RSC Adv. 2020, 10 (38), 22324-22330.
  • M. A. Ibrahem; E. Verrelli; K.T. Lai; G. Kyriakou; A. F. Lee; M. A. Isaacs; F. Cheng; M. O’Neill, “Dual Wavelength (Ultraviolet and Green) Photodetectors Using Solution Processed Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles”. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2017, 9 (42), 36971–36979.
  • B.G. Rasheed; M.A. Ibrahem, “Surface Reconstruction of Electrochemically Etched Nano-Structured Solar Cell”. Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 2013, 2 (6), 178–183.
  • K. K. Al-Khazraji; B.G. Rasheeda; M.A. Ibrahem; A.F. Mohammed, “Effect of Laser-Induced Etching Process on Porous Structures”. Procedia Eng., 2012, 38, 1381–1390.
  • Mohammed A. Ibrahem, “Etching rate enhancement of porous silicon produced by lasers”. Engineering & Technology Journal 2012, Vol. 30, N0.4.
  • B. G. Rasheed; M.A. Ibrahem; M.A. Shanon; M.Z. MatJafri, “Surface Reconstruction of Nano-Structured Solar Cell”. In TENCON 2011 - 2011 IEEE Region 10 Conference; IEEE, 2011; pp 802–805.
  • Mohammed A. Ibrahem, Bassam G. Rasheed and Douu S. Jaber, “Conversion efficiency enhancement of nanostructured solar cell”, The second Scientific Conference on Nanotechnology, Advanced Materials and Their Applications (SCNAMA 2010), University of Technology, Baghdad-IRAQ.
  • B. G. Rasheed and M. A. Ibrahem, “Optical properties of silicon nanoparticles produced by Nd:YAG laser ablation”, Iraqi Journal of Applied Physics Lett. 2008, Vol. 4, No.4. pp 19–23.
  • Undergraduate :-

  • Fundamentals of Light, 2nd year students.
  • Fundamentals of Laser light, 3rd year students.
  • Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program for Middle East and North Africa 2019, Cohort of Science and Technology hosted by The College of Mathematics and Science, University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, Oklahoma, USA. (Ten weeks funded by the United States Department of State).