Amgad Rezk


Senior Lecturer


amgad​.rezk​@rmit​.edu​.au




Amgad Rezk


Senior Lecturer


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Amgad Rezk


Senior Lecturer


amgad​.rezk​@rmit​.edu​.au




Amgad Rezk


 (Senior Lecturer, Chemical Engineering, School of Engineering, RMIT University)

Publications


Subwavelength confinement of propagating surface acoustic waves


BJ Ash, AR Rezk, LY Yeo, GR Nash


Applied Physics Letters, AIP Publishing LLC, 2021, p. 013502


Ultrafast, One-Step, Salt-Solution-Based Acoustic Synthesis of Ti3C2 MXene


Ahmed El Ghazaly, Heba Ahmed, Amgad R Rezk, Joseph Halim, Per O{\AA} Persson, Leslie Y Yeo, Johanna Rosen


ACS nano, American Chemical Society, 2021, pp. 4287--4293


Programmable Phototaxis of Metal--Phenolic Particle Microswimmers


Gan Lin, Joseph J Richardson, Heba Ahmed, Quinn A Besford, Andrew J Christofferson, Sebastian Beyer, Zhixing Lin, Amgad R Rezk, Marco Savioli, Jiajing Zhou, others


Advanced Materials, 2021, p. 2006177


Acoustic cavitation at low gas pressures in PZT-based ultrasonic systems


Joydip Mondal, Wu Li, Amgad R Rezk, Leslie Y Yeo, Rajaram Lakkaraju, Parthasarathi Ghosh, Muthupandian Ashokkumar


Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, Elsevier, 2021, p. 105493


Acoustofection: High-Frequency Vibrational Membrane Permeabilization for Intracellular siRNA Delivery into Nonadherent Cells


Shwathy Ramesan, Amgad R Rezk, Paula M Cevaal, Christina Cortez-Jugo, Jori Symons, Leslie Y Yeo


ACS Applied Bio Materials, American Chemical Society, 2021, pp. 2781--2789


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Projects




Nanomaterials synthesis using High frequency acoustics


The use of MHz acoustics to synthesise new nanomaterials and nanocomposites




2D Nanomaterials modulation using High frequency Acoustic Excitation


The use of surface acoustic waves to modulate the electronic, physical and chemical properties of 2D nanomaterials, MXenes and Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs)




Acoustofluidic Nebulisation


Through high surface accelerations and nano earthquake-like vibrations, we exploit the use of these vibrations to break droplets into fine mist for drug delivery




Microdroplet Jetting


With short pulsating sound waves, we show the precise breakup of drops and liquids into small (<100 micrometer diameter) droplets, for applications such as bio printing, serial dilution, and single cell dispensing