Karim T. Mukaddem

Karim conducted his PhD on the application of radial distribution functions to diffraction and imaging data from interfacial structures, amorphous and disordered materials. He worked mainly on working electrodes of Dye Sensitized Solar Cells, analyzing them through novel synchrotron diffraction techniques. He also developed software to enable advanced analysis of imaging data through image recognition.

Karim joined our group from Columbia University in the City of New York where he obtained a BSc in Materials Science & Engineering, where his research involved Atomic Pair Distribution Function analysis on synchrotron powder diffraction data.