Mohamed Mohamedi works as a Professor/Researcher at INRS-Energy, Materials and Telecommunications, Université D’avant-Garde. He received his Ph.D. degree in electrochemistry from the Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble (INPG), France, in 1995. Dr. Mohamedi (INRS-EMT) has in-depth knowledge of electrochemistry and a strong expertise in the science and engineering of energy conversion and storage devices (fuel cells, rechargeable batteries, and supercapacitors), microelectrodes, single particle micromanipulation techniques as well as miniature fuel cells design and fabrication using microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) technology. Dr. Mohamedi has authored and/or coauthored over 100 refereed research articles. He is the recipient of the prestigious Tajima Prize from the International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE) for outstanding work in the field of basic and applied research of energy conversion on molten carbonate fuel cell, advanced batteries, and PEMFCs and the Electrochemistry Communications Award 2007 for the best cited paper related to microfuel cells. He has hold several academic and important positions such as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Trondheim Norway, a Postdoctoral Fellow at Tohoku University (Japan), a Research Fellow of the 21st Century of the Center of Excellence at the Center for Practical Nano-Chemistry of Waseda University (Japan), a Research Fellow of the New Industry Creation Hatchery Center of Tohoku University (Japan), and a Research Fellow of the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) Japan. In Canada, Mohamedi is a member of the Quebec’s Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Network (FCH2) and a member of the Centre Québécois on Functional Materials (CQMF). Mohamedi actually heads the Electrochemistry & Micro Energy Sources Laboratory and continues to develop nanomaterials and concepts for electrochemical micro-/nanoenergetic systems.
Biography Updated on 8 February 2011