Mabrouk Benhamou, Ph.D.
Mabrouk Benhamou is founder and president of the Moroccan Polymer and Soft-Matter Physics Society and professor of physics and head of polymer physics and critical phenomena at the Sciences Faculty of Université Moulay Ismail, Meknés, Morocco. He is an expert and advisor to the National Education Ministry of Morocco and to the National Center for Scientific and Technological Research. He is also a member and founder of the Moroccan Polymer Physics Society, the Moroccan Statistical Physics Society, and the Moroccan Association of Women in Science, and holds memberships in many other international science organizations in the fields of physics, computer science, engineering, and biological and chemical sciences.
Dr. Benhamou holds two doctoral degrees in physics from CEA-Saclay, France. His many awards and distinctions include “Top 100 Scientists 2008” and “IBC Foremost Educators of the World 2008” from the International Biographical Center in the UK. He is a member of the editorial or advisory boards of more than 20 scientific journals, including the International Journal of Academic Research, and of the editorial review board of many more, including Physical Review E and the European Physical Journal B and E.
Dr. Benhamou is the author or editor of 14 books, more than 120 scientific articles, and over 200 presentations at scientific conferences. He has also supervised 40 Ph.D. theses and 36 graduate student projects and has helped organize over 100 national and international scientific conferences. He works in partnership with 30 other research institutes and universities, including the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, the French Institute of Health and Medical Research, and many others.