Sodky Hamed Mohamed Abo Laila

Professor - Professor

Faculty of science

Address: Physics Department, Faculty of Science, Sohag University, 82524 Sohag, Egypt



Prof. Dr. Sodky H. Mohamed has got his  Bachelor in May, 1995, his M. Sc. in January, 2000 and his Ph. D. in December, 2003 from Physics Department, Faculty of Science, South Valley University, Sohag, Egypt. His main research interests are fabrication and development of new metal oxide nanowires and Fabrication and development of new optical functional coatings of oxides and oxynitrides. Prof. Dr. Sodky H. Mohamed has extensive experience in the design and characterization of coatings, excellent knowledge about vacuum deposition systems and about thin film compositional, structural, optical, electrical and thermal characterization techniques. He has large experience in studying materials, from bulk to nanoscale level. He has been working for several projects on thin films and nanostructured materials for the past twenty years. He has contributed significantly to the understanding and application of thin film technology and characterization. During his stay at RWTH-Aachen, Germany, he had the opportunity to work with the product research and development department of Interpane GMBH, Germany, a market leader in architectural glass, for the development of optical window coating materials by magnetron sputtering technique.  Prof. Dr. Sodky H. Mohamed has worked at nine international laboratories for the past years and has been the recipient of various prestigious awards such as DAAD (Germany), Fulbright (USA) and TEMPUS (Spain). His research deliverables include 76 refereed journal papers and 10 papers presented in refereed conferences.

2018-10-05 18:55:05
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تم تصويب ميعاد محاضرة الديناميكا الحرارية ليصبح يوم الأربعاء من الساعة الثامنة إلى العاشرة و ذلك بمدرج 5 بكلية العلوم Read more

2018-10-05 17:29:28 | Keywords SnO2 nanostructures,
Effect of the carrier gas on morphological, optical and electrical properties of SnO2 nanostructures prepared by vapor transport
The aim of the study was to explore the effects of carrier gas on the properties of SnO2 nanostructures grown by vapor transport method for possible optoelectronic applications. Nanostructures of SnO2 were synthesized via vapor transport method using Ar plus O2 and N2 plus O2 gas mixtures. It was found that the carrier gas (Ar or N2) has great influences ... Read more

2018-10-05 17:25:49 | Keywords Cu2O/CuO,
Characterization of Cu2O/CuO nanowire arrays synthesized by thermal method at various temperatures
Cu2O/CuO nanowires (NWs) were grown by thermal oxidation of copper sheet at various temperatures. The thickness and surface roughness of the oxide layers were measured using profilometer, and it was found that they increase with increasing growth temperature. X-ray diffraction patterns revealed the formation of mixed cubic Cu2O and monoclinic CuO phases, and the portion of the monoclinic CuO increased ... Read more

Effect of oxidation time on structural, optical and electrical properties of mixed copper oxides nanocrystallites
Mixed nanocrystalline copper oxides were prepared from pre-sputtered copper films at 500 °C for various oxidation times. Mixed orthorhombic Cu64O and monoclinic CuO phases with CuO phase ration varied from 57.8 to 90.8% were obtained upon varying the oxidation time from 1 to 3 h. SEM observations revealed the nanocrystallites morphologies for the oxidized films. The film oxidized for 1 ... Read more

2018-10-05 15:27:18 | Keywords copper-doped zinc oxysulfide,
Controlled synthesis, morphological, optical and electrical properties of copper-doped zinc oxysulfide nanostructures
Zinc oxysulfide nanostructures may have physical and chemical properties that are different from ZnS or ZnO. Therefore, Cu-doped oxysulfide nanostructures were prepared by vapor transport and their properties were characterized by various techniques. EDAX analysis confirmed the presence of Zn, S, O and Cu in the samples. XRD revealed the formation of mixed phases of hexagonal ZnS, orthorhombic ZnSO4, and ... Read more

Photonic crystal defective superconductor and black body radiations,
In the present work, we have obtained a new design for sensing the black body radiation. In this work we designed one-dimensional photonic crystals incorporates that a high-temperature superconducting material as a defect layer. The numerical results are essentially obtained based on the fundamental characteristic matrix method. Also, the results show that the appearance of defect mode inside the photonic ... Read more

2018-11-12 13:41:27 | Thermodynamics
Define: -	 the internal energy. -	The extrinsic property
Define: * the internal energy. * The extrinsic property Read more