Moataz Khalifa Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics and Engineering
Ph.D. in Physics from Virginia Tech in nanolithography using atomic force microscopes and self-assembled plyelectrolytes.
Ph.D. in Physics - Virginia Tech
M.S. in Physics - Virginia Tech
M.S. in Physics - American University in Cairo
B.S. in Physics - American University in Cairo
Current research interests include:
- Nanolithography using atomic force microscopes,
- Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy (EELS) quantitative models for transmission electron microscopes, and
- Density functional theory.
Introduction to Contemporary Physics and Nanoscience (PHYS 195)
Ashry, Islam; Zhang, Baigang; Khalifa, Moataz; Calderone, Joseph; Santos, Webster; Heflin, James; Robinson, Hans; Xu, Yong. Fluorescence Lifetime Based Characterization of Active and Tunable Plasmonic Nanostructures. Opt. Exp. 22, 20720-20726 (2014
Jonathan S. Metzman, Jason I. Ridley, Moataz Khalifa, Alfred L. Ritter, James R. Heflin. (in press). Stable Anti-reflection Coatings via the Self-Assembly Encapsulation of Silica Nanoparticles by Diazo- Resins.
Khalifa, Moataz; Heflin, Randy. (2015). Atomic Force Microscope Nanolithography and Polymer Selective Deposition. In preparation.
Khalifa, Moataz: Heflin, Randy. (2015). Swelling and Deswelling of Nanostructured Multilayer Polymer Films Using an Atomic Force Microscope. In preparation.