Hassan Karimi-Maleh


Hassan Karimi-Maleh has received his Ph.D. in 2011 in Analytical Chemistry in the Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan (Iran). He is currently working as an assistant professor at the Quchan University of Advanced Technology in the department of chemical engineering. He is active member in various societies such as Iranian Electrochemical Society's board member from 2012-2015, Iranian Electrochemical Society's board member from 2015-2018, I select as an Iranian Electrochemical Society's board member in two consecutive. He received many awards and honors for his contribution in the field of nanotechnology. He attended many conferences and he authored many publications in esteemed journals.

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His research interest mainly focuses on Nanosensor and bioelectrochemistry, Surface chemistry and electrochemical sensors. Conductivepolymers in electrochemistry. Modifiedelectrodes in electrochemistry, Environmental chemistry, Drug and Food Analysis, Synthesis of anomatterials such as nanoparticles and nanocomposite. Analysis of food compounds, DNA interaction with drug and environmental compounds, Nanobiotechnology, Drug delivery.

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