Ahmad Aqel Abdelfattah Ifseisi

Ahmad Aqel received his B.Sc. degree at the top third and his M.Sc. degree at the top of his classes in 2005 and 2008, respectively, from Hashemite University, (Jordan), and received his Ph.D. degree at the top of his class in 2012 from King Saud University (Saudi Arabia). Currently, he is an assistant professor of analytical chemistry at King Saud University. He has worked as a researcher at King Abdullah Institute for Nanotechnology (Oct. 2008 – Jan. 2013), researcher assistance at Hashemite University (Mar. 2008 – Aug. 2008), and teaching assistant at Hashemite University (Oct. 2005 – Oct. 2007). He is working on a variety of separation and chromatographic topics ranging from preparation and development of packing materials for chromatographic columns to extraction and preconcentration of various organic and inorganic samples. Ahmad Aqel has published more than 70 scientific contributions (29 original papers, 2 reviews, 2 patents, 3 book chapters, and 38 presentations in local and international conference proceedings). He received the King Saud University Award for scientific excellence, 2014, Almarai company prize for the Best Research Unit, Advanced Materials Research Chair (Team Award), 2014, fellowship for POC2012 IUPAC conference, Qatar Petroleum Company QAPCO, 2012, the vice-rectorate for graduate studies and research prize for the excellence scientific research in the King Saud University, 2011, the distinct and creator students, Hashemite University, 2008, a fully-funded Ph.D. scholarship, King Abdullah Institute for Nanotechnology, King Saud University, and a fully-funded M.Sc. scholarship, Hashemite University.
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