Dr. Rimeh Ismail

I completed my master (2014) and Ph.D. degree (2020) at the University of Tunis El-Manar in the laboratory of Materials Chemistry and catalysis. My PhD work was in cooperation with the research group of Dr. Gerard Delahay (Montpellier – France). I performed a high level of technical expertise in chemical engineering, working on novel catalysts for removal of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) by catalytic process. In 2021-2022, I participated on UNESCO /IUPAC course in polymer science at the institute of macromolecular chemistry, Czech Republic, under the supervision of Dr. Elena Tomšík, where I had the opportunity to get in-depth training on electrochemistry, studying the potential of sensing layer vs concentration of ions. In 2022, I joined the dynamic system chemistry-Petr Kovaříček group as a post-doctoral fellow, my research interests are in the development of devices for optoelectronic applications (light-emitting diodes (LEDs), capacitors, solar cells…)