Emadelden Fouad

Instructor of Physics

Office Location

Innovation, Science, and Technology Building, Room 2021, 4700 Research Way, Lakeland, FL 33805-8531


Ph.D. in Theoretical Nanodevices, Cairo University, Egypt, 2005

M.S. in Theoretical Physics, Cairo University, Egypt, 2001

B.S. in Theoretical Physics, Cairo University, Egypt, 1996


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Google Scholar Profile



Emadelden Fouad joined the Florida Poly faculty after serving as a teaching assistant and instructor within the physics department at Cairo University as well as the mathematics and physics departments at American University in Cairo (AUC). His research interests include, but are not limited to, quantum transport characteristics of energy efficient devices, electromagnetic properties of type II superconductors and emerging nanomaterials like graphene.



  • Quantum transport in nanodevices
  • High temperature superconductivity
  • Dielectric materials, high-k materials, hafnium oxide


Professional Activities

  • Member, Natural Science Committee
  • Member, Enrollment Management
  • Member, Safety Committee
  • Member, Chemistry Hiring Committee


Selected Publications

  • Responsivity of quantum dot photodetector at Terahertz detection frequencies, AH Phillips, AN Mina, MS Sobhy, EA Fouad, Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience 4 (1), 174-178
  • A Semi‐Infinite Superconductor with Monotonous TcVariation, AG Saif, AN Mina, MA El‐Sabagh, FM Shahin, EA Fouad.physica status solidi (b) 231 (2), 519-528
  • Electron Dynamics properties of a quantum dot turnstile coupled to superconducting reservoirs, AH Phillips, AN Mina, MS Sobhy, EA Fouad, Egypt. J. Physics 37
  • Scrutiny of Leakage Currents with Insulating Materials for Transistor Applications, Muhammad Sana Ullah*, Emadelden Fouad (Accepted for publication in International Journal of Materials Science and Applications)



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