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Innovative technologies for green valorization of lignocellulosic wastes for minimizing the environmental risks from their products or disposing, Cleaner synthesizing and application of organic and inorganic nanoparticle in production of valuable cellulose-products e.g., bioactive materials (as anti-biological and anti-caner compounds), cellulose nanoparticle-based novel products (remote control and precise stimulation under suitable photoactive factors, and self-cleaning based on ability to conversion light to heat). 

Moreover, enhancing the environmentally friendly of lignocellulosic products via promoting and minimizing the toxicity of emitting gasses from artificial wood, Radiation shielding material, Ion exchanges, hydrogels for water treatment, RO-membrane for desalination of salted water.  The investigated techniques are complying the demands of our industries both economical beside environmentally friendly products, which promotes the market competition.

Azzuliani Supangat earned her PhD from The University of Newcastle, Australia in 2012, where her thesis was focussed on the chemical vapour deposition system. She is an Associate Professor at the Department of Physics, Universiti Malaya and actively involved in research related to organic and inorganic semiconducting materials. She has been awarded with the prestigious SLAI-UM Fellowship, UI-RESOLV Program, Fulbright Scholar Award and AUA Scholar Award in 2007, 2016, 2017 and 2018, respectively. She has published more than 50 peer-reviewed ISI-cited publications, and secured more than 16 research grants as principal investigator. She has enormous experience in supervising postgraduate students (PhD & MSc) with topics of interest spanning across the field of fabrication, characterisation and application of both organic and inorganic semiconducting materials in electronic devices. Moreover, enhancing the environmentally friendly of lignocellulosic products via promoting and minimizing the toxicity of emitting gasses from artificial wood, Radiation shielding material, Ion exchanges, hydrogels for water treatment, RO-membrane for desalination of salted water.  The investigated techniques are complying the demands of our industries both economical beside environmentally friendly products, which promotes the market competition.

I am a material researcher. During my work in DRDO, India as scientist, I was carrying out the development of materials/systems, particularly for naval requirements. Research was also conducted in advance areas also:

Dr. Brahim El ibrahimi is a professor of physical chemistry at Faculty of Applied Sciences, IBN ZOHR University, Morocco. His scientific activity mainly focusses on the metallic protection against corrosion using inhibitor compounds including biopolymers, as well as the application of diver’s computational tools to investigate the inhibiting process at electronic and atomic scales. Furthermore, he has carried out a series of investigations in various areas related to physical chemistry field, namely electro-degradation of organic pollutants, wastewater treatments and anti-scaling. He is author and co-author of over 50 scientific papers including review and full research papers and four book chapters as well. He has participated by more than 50 presentations in international and national conferences. He is acted as a lead Guest Editor of several Special Issues dealing with corrosion protection. He is also an active Reviewer for many international journals and was served as an expert for a research project in corrosion inhibiting topic.

Area of Expertise; Polymer chemistry and polymerization processes, paint and coating systems, Testing of coating materials, Polymer nanocomposites, Microwave/Radar Absororbing Materials, Waterborne&solventborne polyurethane systems and polyurethane foams, Polymer degradation,