Amira received her Ph.D. degree from King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in December 2018, where she worked with Prof. Pedro Da Costa on understanding the fundamental aspects of synthesis and characterization of graphite oxide (GO) and reduced graphene oxide (rGO) materials. More specifically, she studied the applications that could benefit from rGO/metal/metal oxide materials, including supercapacitors, carbon dioxide capture, and electrocatalytic applications. She is also currently working as an Assistant Professor and Vice Dean for academic affairs at University Colleges at Nairiyah at the University of Hafr Albatin. Her current research at MIT focuses on electrochemical cell design and development of electrode materials for flow batteries. She is funded with an Ibn Khaldun Fellowship.
Yasser Ashraf Gandomi