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  • S. Ismat Shah

    Curriculum Vitae

    Address: 208 DuPont Hall, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716

    ismat@udel.edu

    302-831-1618

    Positions Held:

    July 2017 – Present Director, Energy and Environmental Policy Program

    Sept. 2004 – Present Professor of Materials Science and Engineering

    Professor of Physics and Astronomy

    (Joint Appointment)

    University of Delaware

    Aug. 2009 – Present Senior Policy Fellow, Center for Energy and Environment Policy,

    University of Delaware

    May 2012 – Present Founding Fellow, Center for Science, Ethics and Public Policy,

    University of Delaware

    Jan. 1999 – 2004 Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering

    Associate Professor of Physics and Astronomy

    (Joint Appointment)

    University of Delaware

    March, 2001 – Sept. 2003 Manager, Nanostructured Materials Program

    Fraunhofer Center for Manufacturing and Advanced Materials,

    Newark, Delaware

    1987 –1999 Senior Research Scientist,

    Central Research and Development

    DuPont Company

    Wilmington, Delaware

    Recent University Committees:

    Sept. 2012 – 2015 Co-Chair, Diversity and Equity Commission.

    Sept. 2009 – 2011 Chair, Faculty and Students Honors and Awards Committee

    Sept. 2009 – Present First Year Experience Book Selection Committee

    Nov. 2014 – Sep. 2015 Co-Chair, UD Admissions Policy Review Committee

    Nov. 2014 – Dec. 2016 Title IX Policy Committee

    Nov. 2014 – Dec. 2016 Title IX Education Committee

    Sept. 2015 – Present University Senate

    Sept 2015 – June 2016 Executive Committee, Delaware Will Shine, Strategic Planning

    Committee.

    Education and Training:

    1986 – 1987 DuPont Postdoctoral Fellow

    Coordinated Sciences Laboratory

    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    1980 – 1986 Ph.D. Materials Science

    Department of Materials Science and Engineering

    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    Advisor: Dr. Joe E. Greene

    mailto:ismat@udel.edu

  • 1974 – 1978 B.E. Metallurgical Engineering

    NED Engineering College (NCET)

    Karachi, Pakistan

    Fellowship, Awards, Recognitions:

     Excellence in Outreach and Global Community Services Award, College of Engineering, University of Delaware, May 2016.

     Madhuri and Jagdish N. Sheth International Alumni Award for Exceptional Achievement, University of Illinois, 2013.

     Society of Vacuum Coaters, Mentor Award, 2012

     Excellence in Teaching Award, University of Delaware, 2011.

     Fulbright Fellow: Baku State University, Azerbaijan, 2011.

     HEC, Pakistan, Visiting Faculty, COMSAT, Islamabad, Spring 2012.

     TUBITAK Visiting Scholar (Hacettepe University, Turkey), Summer 2012.

     Co-Organizer: NSF workshop on Ethics in Nanoscience, May 2011.

     Co-Chair and Co-Organizer Materials in Arts Symposium, University of Delaware, November 2010.

     Co-Chair and Co-Organizer, Conference on “Nanomaterials in the Environment” University of Delaware, October 2009.

     Excellence in Teaching Award, College of Engineering, University of Delaware, 2007.

     Member, National Committee for Education, Society of Vacuum Coaters, 1999 – 2002

     Chair, National Committee for Education, Society of Vacuum Coaters, 2002 – Present.

     Member, Mentornet, an organization that works to further women's progress in scientific and technical fields through the use of a dynamic, technology-supported mentoring

    program.

     Member, Board of Directors, Society of Vacuum Coaters, 2007– 2010

     DuPont Postdoctoral Fellowship (1986-1987)

     DuPont Achievement Award: Pioneering Work on Ion Beam Sputtering of Superconductor Thin Films. June 7, 1988

     Chair, Topical Conference on Materials for Magnetoptical Recording, American Vacuum Society. Toronto, Canada, 1990

     Secretary, Delaware Valley Chapter of MRS (1991-1993)

     DuPont Accomplishment Award: Sustained Contribution to the Field of Chemical Vapor Deposition. May 11, 1993

     Member, Thin Film National Executive Committee, American Vacuum Society, 1992 - 1994

     Co-Chair, Topical Conference on Display Materials, American Vacuum Society, San Jose, California, 1996

     Member, National Program Committee, American Vacuum Society, 1992 & 1997

     DuPont Accomplishment Award: Sustained Contribution to the field of Nanostructured Materials. June 10, 1998.

    Research Interests:

  • 1. Nanomaterials for Energy, Environment and Water, including inorganic materials (CuInGSe2) and organic materials (P3HT/PCBM) based solar cells, device modeling,

    materials for photocatalysis, etc.

    2. Large band gap oxides (TiO2) nanoparticles: Band structure modification. 3. Photocatlysis and Photoelectrocatalysis. 4. Nanomagnetics: Ferrites, Haussler alloys, core shell geometries. 5. Surface and interface analyses: XPS and UPS characterizations for studying interface

    interactions in electronic devices.

    6. Science, Ethics, Diversity and Policy.

    Publications:

    I have more than 230 peer reviewed publications. There are 4 additional papers that are currently

    under review. My h-index is 44.

    1. Fabrication and characterization of c-Si/porous-Si/CdS/ZnxCd1-xO heterojunctions for applications in nanostructured solar cells, sent revised, 9_2017. Hussein Mumadev. Journal

    of Photonics for Energy.

    2. Anomalous temperature dependence of magnetic coercivity and structure property correlations in Bi0.75A0.25FeO3 (A=Sr, Pb, and Ba) system, Accepted in Journal of

    Material chemistry C (IF=5.3).

    3. Controllable growth and characterization of highly aligned ZnO nanocolumnar thin films, Zuhal Onuk, Nopporn Rujisamphan, Roy Murray, Mohamed Bah, Murat Tomakin, S.Ismat

    Shah Applied Surface Science, Volume 396, 28 February 2017, Pages 1458-1465

    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apsusc.2016.11.190

    4. Effects of rf power on chemical and physical structure of polytetrafluoroethylene thin films. Rujisamphan, R.E. Murray, S. Ismat Shah, T. Supalai Chiang Mai Journal of Science

    04/2017; 44(2):640-648.

    5. Identification and quantification of oxygen vacancies in CeO2 nanocrystals and their role in formation of F-centers, G. Hassnain Jaffari, Ali Imran, M. Bah, Awais Ali, Arshad S. Bhatti,

    Umar Saeed Quraishi, S. Ismat Shah Applied Surface Science 396 (2017) 547-553.

    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apsusc.2016.10.193

    6. Surface effects on the exchange bias and magnetic irreversibility in hollow polycrystalline NiFe2O4 nanoparticles, Mohamad A. Bah, G. Hassnain Jaffari, S. Ismat Shah Surface &

    Coatings Technology 314 (2017) 35–4

    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.surfcoat.2017.01.018

    7. Growth of ErAs Nanoparticles by Pulsed Laser Ablation in an Inert Environmen, M Lewis, K Bichouoan, S. Ismat Shah, and J.M.O. Zide, Journal of Electronic Materials, 45, 6247

    (2016)

    DOI: 10.1007/s11664-016-4775-z

    8. Study of Surface-Active Modes and Defects in Single-Phase Li- Incorporated MgO Nanoparticles, G. Hassnain Jaffary, Adnan Tahir, M Bah, Awais Ali, Arshad S. Bhatti and S.

    Ismat Shah, J of Physical Chemistry Z015, 119, .21112- 281119 (2016)

    DOI: 10.1021/acs.IPJb0131

  • 9. Biofunctionalization of PEDOT films with laminin-derived peptides, Nandita Bhagwat, Roy E. Murray, S. Ismat Shah, Kristi L Kiick and David C. Martin Biofunctionalization of

    PEDOT films with laminin-derived peptides, Nandita Bhagwat, Roy E. Murray,

    S. Ismat Shah, Kristi L Kiick and David C. Martin

    DOI: doi.orx/10.1016/j.aablo.2016.05.016

    10. Regulation of Epithelial-to-Mesenchymal Transition Using Biomimetic Fibrous Scaffolds,

    Anitha Ravikrishnan, Tugba Ozdemir, Mohamed Bah, Karen A. Baskerville, S. Ismat Shah,

    Ayyappan K. Rajasekaran, and Xinqiao Jia, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2016, 8 (28), pp

    17915–17926 DOI: 10.1021/acsami.6b05646

    11. Reaction Time and Film Thickness Effects on Phase Formation and Optical Properties of Solution Processed Cu2ZnSnS4 Thin Films, Amna Safdar, Mohammad Islam, Muhammad

    Aftab Akram, Mohammad Mujahid, Yasir Khalid & S. Ismat Shah, J. of Materi Eng and

    Perform DOI 10.1007/s11665-015-1874-6

    12. Enhanced performance of P3HT/(PCBM:ZnO:TiO2) blend based hybrid organic solar

    cells, M. Ikram, R. Murray, M. Imran, S. Ali and S. lsmat Shah , Materials Research

    Bulletin 75 (2016) 35-40

    13. Phase transformation reaction path during sonication assisted solid state synthesis of Cu2ZnSnSe4, Zhiqiang Wang, Emre Yassitepe, Mohamed Islam, S. Ismat Shah,

    PowderTechnology 295 (2016) 202-208, http://dXdDUJrg/l 0.10161.pawtec2016.03D47

    14. Surfaces and their effect on the magnetic properties of polycrystalline hollow y-Mn203 and MnO nanoparticles, Mohamed A. Bah G. Hassnain Jaffari F.A. Khan S. Ismat Shah

    Applied Surface Science 375, 136 (2016).

    http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.1016/j.apsusc.2016.02.145

    15. Experimentally tailoring s-d and p-d interactions in spin polarization via post deposition annealing conditions, Musa Mutlu Can, Shalima Shawuti, Tezer