Dr. Mohamed Khayet
Chair of the Department Applied Physics I, University Complutense of Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Biography: Prof. Dr. Mohamed Khayet is director of the University Complutense of Madrid (UCM) Research Group: ?Membranes and Renewable Energy? affiliated to Campus Moncloa of International Excellence (Madrid, Spain), Director of the Department Applied Physics I (UCM) and Associated Researcher in IMDEA Water (Madrid Institute of Advanced Studies on Water, Spain). He got his Ph.D. in Physics 1997 from the UCM and realized various research stays in different international institutions (Industrial Membrane Research Institute in Ottawa Canada; Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology in Warsaw Poland; Centre for Clean Water Technologies at the University of Nottingham in UK, etc.). He is an expert on membrane science and nanotechnology. He has coordinated various national and international projects. He published around 120 papers in international journals with 3783 total citations and an H-index of 36. He filed 6 International Patents and published 3 books. He received the Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water (PSIPW) in 2012.
Nanostructured membranes for different separation processes, Nanocomposites, Nanofibers, Hollow fibers, Polymeric materials, Emerging water separation technologies, Thermal conductivity and diffusivity of nanofluids, Renewable energy applications (solar thermal and photovoltaic energy), Water treatment