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Faten Bashar Kamal EddinCountry of origin: Syria Currently in: Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur General field of specialization: Physics
Degrees2016 Master Physics2023 Doctorate Physics
Current Research Activities
Publications resulting from Research:
1. Recent Advances in Electrochemical and Optical Sensing of Dopamine.
2. The Principle of Nanomaterials Based Surface Plasmon Resonance Biosensors and Its Potential for Dopamine Detection.
3. Femtomolar detection of dopamine using surface plasmon resonance sensor based on chitosan/graphene quantum dots thin film.
4.Direct and Sensitive Detection of Dopamine Using Carbon Quantum Dots Based Refractive Index Surface Plasmon Resonance Sensor
5.Optical Property Analysis of Chitosan-Graphene Quantum Dots Thin Film and Dopamine Using Surface Plasmon Resonance Spectroscopy
6. Plasmonic Refractive Index Sensor Enhanced with Chitosan/Au Bilayer Thin Film for Dopamine Detection
7. Development of plasmonic-based sensor for highly sensitive and selective detection of dopamine
8. Simultaneous measurement of the refractive index and thickness of graphene oxide/gold multilayered structure for potential in dopamine sensing using surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy
9. Structural, optical and plasmonic sensing characteristics of graphene quantum dots/gold nanolayered film in contact with dopamine solution
Current professionCurrent professional activities type:Higher Education Study
Workshop and Conference Attended17/7/2018 Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, UPM Author workshop by Elsevier; How to successfully publish in a scientific journal1-7/10/2018 Sudan Scientific Writing and Publishing Workshop with OWSD organization3/3/2019 Faculty of Computer Science, UPM Successful writing for a potential opportunity of a publication workshop10-11/3/2019 Faculty of Engineering, UPM Workshop on SPSS and AMOS20-24/8/2019 Kuala Lumpur OWSD- Asia Pacific Regional Workshop for OWSD-PhD Fellows9/2020 Online Virtual Materials Technology Challenges 4.0 (v-MTC 2020) Received Bronze Award for “The Potential of Graphene Oxide Based Surface Plasmon Resonance Biosensor for Dopamine Detection”28/7/2021 Online Workshop “X-Ray Diffraction Analysis on Advanced Materials”14/5/2020 online FDL seminar7/12/021 online via zoom Workshop on Nanomechanical Properties Characterization Using Atomic Force Microscope11/8/2022 Computer Laboratory, A2, Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, UPM WORKSHOP ON “LASER INDUCED BREAKDOWN SPECTROSCOPY"
Presentation given24th -26th August 2021Highly Sensitive Optical Sensor for Dopamine Using Nanomaterials Based Surface Plasmon Resonance SpectroscopyZoom PlatformEvent: The 12th International Fundamental Science Congress (iFSC) 202116th June 2021Design and Development of Surface Plasmon Resonance Sensor for Dopamine DetectionZOOM PlatformEvent: 2021 Physics Postgraduates Online Seminar Series Organized by Department of Physics UPM and Supported by The MASS Chapter UPM
Other AwardsSep 2020Bronze Award for “The Potential of Graphene Oxide Based Surface Plasmon Resonance Biosensor for Dopamine Detection”Received it in Virtual Materials Technology Challenges 4.0 (v-MTC 2020) at UPMDec 2021Graduate Journal Papers Publishing AwardReceived it in Physics Excellence Appreciation Ceremony (MAKeF 2021), Department of Physics, UPMDec 2022GRADUATE JOURNAL PUBLICATION AWARDReceived it in Physics Excellence Appreciation Ceremony (MAKeF 2022), Department of Physics, UPMDec 2022MALAYSIAN SOLID STATE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (MASS) AWARDReceived it in Physics Excellence Appreciation Ceremony (MAKeF 2022), Department of Physics, UPMJun 2023GOLD AWARD for the invention/innovation titled "Unleashing the Potential: Elevating Plasmonic Sensors' Sensitivity to Dopamine Using Carbon-Based Nanomaterials and Chitosan"I had the honor of winning the GOLD AWARD at The International Materials Technology Challenge (iMTC) 8.0 & Innocreative Technology Challenge (ICTC) 1.0 ⚛, organized by the Malaysian Solid State Science & Technology Society (MASS) and Department of Physics (UPM).Aug 2023Best International Student AwardReceived at Applied Optics Lab, Department of Physics, UPM
Fellowship with OWSD
Fellowship with OWSD
Fellowship awarded 2017