Objective(s)

Objective(s) 

The Egypt Nanotechnology Center was funded by the STDF and the Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA). The main objective of the center is to lead the nation in conducting globally recognized scientific research and producing practical innovations that have a significant impact on the national economy. A state of the art facility was planned to be built on the new Cairo University Campus and includes a comprehensive set of advanced tools. The initial research focus is on: Thin film Silicon photovoltics, Graphene transparent conducting electrodes for thin film photovoltics, Energy recovery from solar concentrators' photovoltics for water desalination, computational modeling and simulation and also bionanotechnology and biosensors.

 

History

  • Industry workshop, January 2011
  • Technical seminars conducted at the Bibliotheca Alexandria, American University in Cairo, and Cairo University, and others.  (January 17th, 2010 – January 19th, 2010)
  • ITIDA Celebrate Launch of first Nanotechnology Research Center in Egypt. (June 14,2009)
  • Contract Signed with IBM. (September 20,2008)

project proposals were accepted for funding

  • Solar Energy System Design using Advanced Learning Aids (SOLEDA).
  • Inkjet Printing of Electronic and Optoelectronic Devices.
  • Development of a Postgraduate Program in Integrated Water Technologies (IWaTec) for Egyptian Students.

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