I am a PhD student since October 2014, and my research title is " Fabrication and characterization of conductive MOD inks ". Before transferring to the direct doctoral program I began my M.Sc. with the group in 2012. I received a B.Sc. in Chemistry from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
More details are in my Linkedin profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yousef-farraj
2018: "Binuclear Copper Complex Ink as a Seed for Electroless Copper Plating Yielding >70% Bulk Conductivity on 3D Printed Polymers". Advanced Materials Interfaces.
2017: "Plasma-Induced Decomposition of Copper Complex Ink for the Formation of Highly Conductive Copper Tracks on Heat-Sensitive Substrates". ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces.
2017: "Inkjet printing and rapid ebeam sintering enable formation of highly conductive patterns in roll to roll process", RSC Advances.
2017: "Effect of carboxylic acids on conductivity of metallic films formed by inks based on copper@silver core-shell particles", Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects (second author).
2016: "Air stable copper-silver core-shell submicron particles: Synthesis andconductive ink formulation", Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects (second author).
2015: "Self-reduction of a copper complex MOD ink for inkjet printing conductive patterns on plastics", Chemical Communications.
2014: "Ink-Jet Printed Copper Complex MOD Ink for Plastic Electronics" In NIP & Digital Fabrication Conference.