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Prof. Ali A. Ensafi

Department of Analytical Chemistry
Isfahan University of Technology


  Prof. Ali A. Ensafi was graduated in Chemistry (Ph.D.) in 1991 in Analytical Chemistry in Shiraz University (Iran). Then, he joined the Department of Chemistry at Isfahan University of Technology (Iran). He became full professor in 2001 at Isfahan University of Technology. He is head of Center of Excellence in Sensors & Green Chemistry of Ministry of Sciences, Research & Technology of Iran. He has H-index of 50 (Google scholar). He has published more than 400 ISI papers, and he has more than 150 international and/or national oral presentation. He has awarded three international awards. He is co-authors of three books (Academic Press & Springer publishers), and he is associate editor of Journal of the Iranian Chemical Society (Springer publisher), and Editorial Board of 13 International Scientific Journal as can be seen on his site as Prof. Ensafi is top 1% Scientists in Chemistry in Thomson Routers, Essential Science Indicators and Top 1% Scientists in Sciences (Organization of the Islamic Countries). His research program is the development of sensors and biosensors (based electrochemical and spectroscopic methods), important biological and pharmaceutical compounds, and new energy source materials for fuel cell, supercapacitors, and storage energy, using new nanocompounds. Top 1% Scientists in Chemistry in ISI Essential Science Indicators Top 1% Scientist in Sciences, Organization of the Islamic Countries

Research Interest

  Chemical (Optodes) and Electrochemical Sensors, Microsensors & Nanosensors, Especially Based on DNA and Antigen Interaction. Development of New Energy Source Materials Based on Nanomaterials for Fuel Cell and Storage of Energy. Introduction of New Modified Voltammetric & Amperometric Sensors Based on Nanoparticles Using DNA and Antibody/Antigen to Construction of Biosensors and Pharmaceutical Sensors. Environmental Chemistry, Trace Analysis.


  • Beneficial effects of amino acid-functionalized graphene nanosheets incorporated in the photoanode material of dye-sensitized solar cells: A practical and theoretical study

  • Pt-Pd nanoparticles decorated sulfonated graphene-poly(3,4-ethylene dioxythiophene) nanocomposite, An ef´Čücient HER electrocatalyst

  • Nickel nanoparticles supported on porous silicon flour, Application as a non-enzymatic electrochemical glucose sensor

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