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Moussab

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30

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📍Sa localisation : 
Rhône

Mobilité en présentiel :

Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

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Pédagogie | Education | Formation,Recherche,Energies

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Domaines d'expertise

Années d'expérience

années

d'expérience

Pédagogie | Education | Formation

12

Recherche

12

Energies

12

Mots clés concernants ses domaines d'expertise

Computational Modeling
Atomic-scale Quantum Simulation
Solid-State Physical Chemistry
Materials Science
Photocatalysis
Water splitting
Energy Harvesting
Hydrogen Production
Solar Cells
Photoelectrochemistry
Heterogeneous Catalysis
Thermodynamics
Spectroscopy
Optoelectronics
Redox
Advanced Materials
Nanomaterials
Semiconductors
Mono- and Bimetallic Nanoparticles
Heterojunctions
Anionic and Cationic Doping
Exposed Facets Material Engineering
Surface Organometallic Complexes Grafting
Hierarchical Mesoporous Zeolite H-ZSM-5

Parcours professionnel

Expert in Computational Quantum Physical Chemistry of Materials for
photoelectrocatalytic hydrogen production and heterogeneous catalysis.

I will capitalize on my solid research background and various skills in Computational Physical Chemistry of materials (bulk and surfaces) for predicting, designing and discovering novel materials. Moreover, my deep experience in Solid-State DFT-based Quantum Simulations of different surfaces including metal oxides/non-oxides, ternary compounds and porous materials will allow me to understand the materials and improve their performance. This position will furthermore drive me to utilize my broad knowledge in the rational design of novel and active materials for solar-to-hydrogen energy conversion devices, including 3D and 2D compounds with possible intrinsic or extrinsic defects and heterojunctions, as well as in the spectroscopy of mono/bimetallic nanoclusters.
From 2014 until June 2021, I have been working at KAUST University (KSA) as a research scientist in Computational Physical Chemistry for photocatalytic hydrogen production and heterogeneous catalysis. In line with my current research projects aiming at developing new potential and efficient semiconductor-based electronic devices for harvesting solar energy into hydrogen chemical fuel using highly accurate first-principles quantum computations, I was involved in several scientific projects working alongside scientists, postdocs and Ph.D. students related to heterogeneous catalysis in collaboration with different experimental teams.
Up to now, my research has produced more than 75 papers published in peer-reviewed journals. Among them, I am the corresponding author of 34 papers, which represents 45% of the total number of my papers. Since 2011, I have participated in over 16 international conferences, most of them as an invited speaker and a few as a member of the international scientific committee or a session co-chair. In addition to being a member of the ACS and MRS societies, I am regularly asked to serve as a reviewer for relevant scientific journals.
I believe that I am an outstanding and innovative researcher, as well as an expert in my field. Throughout my career, I have proved to be an independent researcher with a clear mind and vision, a passion for science and innovation, who is striving for nothing less than excellence. At the international level, I am already a well-recognized researcher in my field with a robust expertise for which I am regularly called upon (for reviewing activities, conferences and future collaborations). In addition to my breadth of knowledge, I am a good team player who is always enthusiast and ready to help students, postdocs and scientists succeed in their respective research projects.
With all my experience and contributions in photo-electro-catalytic hydrogen production, heterogeneous catalysis, nanoscience & nanotechnology, my excellent writing skills, my willingness to mentor students and make them succeed, as well as to collaborate with other professors, my strong experience using the latest state-of-the-art computational physical chemistry techniques, methods and softwares, I am fully convinced that I have all the qualities required to be a leading researcher.
Besides this, I will capitalize on my commitment to high-quality teaching at the pre-graduate and graduate level and the active service to KAUST on all aspects of academic life. My lectures will be designed not only to explain and summarize concepts, but also to provide context and links to topics beyond what we learn in the class. My assignments will include exercises at many levels, from opportunities for students to master basic skills and ideas to applications of these ideas to new situations. It would hence stimulate all students, regardless of their skills. I believe that providing students constructive feedback on their assigned work would lead them to assess their progress and improve their learning. I will always make myself available as a resource for questions about course content or concerns on any other issues affecting the learning of students.
My role will be in helping students develop broader skills that are important in all fields and future careers. These skills include oral and written communication, critical thinking and consideration of issues from multiple viewpoints. I will use discussion sections for student presentations of homework problems in order to build student confidence, improve oral communication skills, and instill a “class spirit” toward learning the course material. As a research scientist in Computational Materials Physical Chemistry, I also feel that computer technology should be used as it can enhance student understanding beyond traditional teaching methods, for example in numerical and symbolic evaluation, visualization, interactive exploration and quantum physical chemistry computation.
With all my teaching experience in Physical Chemistry at the Bachelor’s level during my Ph.D. (from 2005 to 2008) at the University Claude Bernard (UCBL) in France as well as my large experience in supervising M.Sc.students, Ph.D. students and postdoctoral research fellows in Physical Chemistry at KAUST (from 2013 until present) and make them succeed, I am fully convinced that I have all the qualities required to be a senior lecture as well.
Sincerely,
Moussab Harb

Logiciels et langages informatiques

Programming languages
Fortran, C++, Python, Matlab
Operating systems
Linux, Mac, MS Windows

Sa valeur ajoutée

I will capitalize on my commitment to high-quality teaching at the pre-graduate and graduate level and the active service to KAUST on all aspects of academic life. My lectures will be designed not only to explain and summarize concepts, but also to provide context and links to topics beyond what we learn in the class. My assignments will include exercises at many levels, from opportunities for students to master basic skills and ideas to applications of these ideas to new situations. It would hence stimulate all students, regardless of their skills. I believe that providing students constructive feedback on their assigned work would lead them to assess their progress and improve their learning. I will always make myself available as a resource for questions about course content or concerns on any other issues affecting the learning of students.
My role will be in helping students develop broader skills that are important in all fields and future careers. These skills include oral and written communication, critical thinking and consideration of issues from multiple viewpoints. I will use discussion sections for student presentations of homework problems in order to build student confidence, improve oral communication skills, and instill a “class spirit” toward learning the course material. As a research scientist in Computational Materials Physical Chemistry, I also feel that computer technology should be used as it can enhance student understanding beyond traditional teaching methods, for example in numerical and symbolic evaluation, visualization, interactive exploration and quantum physical chemistry computation.
With all my teaching experience in Physical Chemistry at the Bachelor’s level during my Ph.D. (from 2005 to 2008) at the University Claude Bernard (UCBL) in France as well as my large experience in supervising M.Sc.students, Ph.D. students and postdoctoral research fellows in Physical Chemistry at KAUST (from 2013 until present) and make them succeed, I am fully convinced that I have all the qualities required to be a senior lecturer.

Sincerely,
Moussab Harb

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