Dr. Hany Elazab is a senior Assistant Professor and Program Director of the chemical engineering department at British University in Egypt (BUE) validated from London South Bank University (LSBU). He was awarded his Ph.D from (VCU) in USA. He participated in several research projects in Nanotechnology, Catalysis, and Micro Reactor Technology funded from (NSF) in USA. He also awarded Young Investigator Research Grant (YIRG) and High Impact Research Award from the British University in Egypt (BUE). He is teaching courses of engineering thermodynamics, catalysis, mass and energy balance, chemical engineering thermodynamics, and petrochemical production processes. He has published several research contributions to international journals, proceedings, book chapters, books, textbooks, and international conferences. He is also participating as a reviewer and editorial board member in several international journals in catalysis, nanotechnology, chemical and environmental engineering.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Hany A Elazab research interests are in the general areas of nanostructured materials, Nanoalloys, Graphene, nucleation on nanoparticles and heterogeneous catalysis, synthesis and characterization of nanoparticles, cross-coupling reactions for batch and continuous operations, Synthesis of Graphene based Palladium - magnetite catalyst under batch and flow reaction conditions (flow reactor technology) for Suzuki cross – coupling reaction used in pharmaceutical industry as an easy separable magnetic catalyst by applying an external magnetic field.