Cost-effective, sustainable and responsible extraction routes
for recovering distinct critical metals and industrial minerals
as by-products from key European hard-rock lithium projects

Prof. Amany Mohamed Fekry (A.M. Fekry) is a professor of physical chemistry, department of chemistry, Faculty of Science, Cairo University. My H index is 36 with 3301 total citations by scopus. My main subject is to prepare advanced nanoparticles, nano-coatings, inhibitors, and their applications in different areas (Corrosion, Sensors, Fuel cells and catalysis). My research work contributes mainly to solve industrial and Biological problems using different electrochemical techniques (CV, DPV, Potentiodynamic polarization, EIS,…) and different characterization techniques (SEM, XRF, TEM, AFS, EDX, XRD, FT IR, Raman spectroscopy,…). Stanford University identifies me in the top 2 % of Scientists worldwide for different years until 2022. I have been elected as a fellow of the African Academy of Sciences for chemical sciences in 2020. I have been awarded an international award called ObadaPrize for distinguished researchers – 2021 winners. I have been awarded Scientific Excellence Award (Basic Sciences), Cairo University, 2019, University Encouraging Award (Basic Sciences), Cairo University, 2010 and Country Encouraging Award (Basic Sciences), Egypt, 2012. I have been granted STDF-IFE (Egypt – France Cooperation) at LCPME, Lorraine University – France and a postdoctoral fellow in GeoResources Lab, Lorraine University – France. I have published more than 110 articles in high impact international journals including 5 single author publications (details).