Mr. Mohammed Khenfouch
PhD student
Synthesis and properties of Graphene, CNT, ZnO nanostructures, Silicon nanowires, Porphyrin nanorods...
Polymers and nanomaterials group, FSDM-USMBA Fez Morocco
Nanolaboratories, Materials research Dp, iThemba Labs (south africa)

Scientific background

- polymer semiconductors and organic nanomaterials properties
- Physics of semi-conductors and Nanomaterials
- Nano-optic and photonics
- Plasma physics and tokamak application
- Physics of polymers, surfaces and interfaces
- Nano-films elaboration technics
- Carbon nanotubes synthesis, properties, simulation, and applications
- Graphene synthesis and properties
- Nanomagnetism and Spintronic
- Nanosensors
- Statistical physics and phases transitions
- Quantum mechanics and groups theory
- Programming using Matlab software …

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Comment by khenfouch on March 4, 2010 at 10:56am
hi dear Mr.Carlos Espinoza-González

thanks for your proposition.

this is my email :

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Comment by Carlos Espinoza-González on March 4, 2010 at 1:24am
Dear Mr. Mohammed Khenfouch

I am PhD. Student in Polymer Technology at Reserch Center for Applied Chemistry in Mexico. My research area is focused in the study of dispersions of carbon nanotubes in polymer matrices using extrusion assisted by ultrasound. Inside of my experimental route, I am carrying on in line acoustic measurements of the nanocomposites. According with your profile, you have some experience in vibrational studies in carbon nanotubes. Firstly, I would like to make a contact with you and share experience in this area for future collaborations.

Additionally, you can visit my web page:


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Comment by nano kiran on November 15, 2009 at 8:03am
nice to see in here... n lookin fr colloborators...
myself Kiran Dasari recently completed M.Tech. in nanotech from VIT University, India. i hv good knowledge of Femtosecond laser material processing, AFM, SEM and electro chemical work station.
am currently looking for a research position in nanotech.. is my mail id....
thanks & regards,

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Comment by khenfouch on November 6, 2009 at 10:11pm
nice to meet you, i mean coolaboration for my phd thesis. of course we can coolaborate to gether its great. my email adress is :
good luck

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Comment by Jitender kumar on November 6, 2009 at 12:12pm
i am intersted to do the coolaborations with you , i am belong from india if you are intersted with me than you can contact with me my G-Mail iD is or

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