Dr. Maryam Bayati joined Northumbria University as a senior lecturer in May 2020. She possessed several year work experience in Materials Engineering, nanotechnology and energy and environment sectors both in academia and industry. She was awarded a PhD from the University of Liverpool, under the supervision of Professor David Schiffrin. Her thesis was entitled Electrocatalysis by Nanomaterial in Low-temperature Fuel Cell. She received her MSc (Distinction) and BSc (Distinction) from Sharif University of Technology and University of Tehran respectively as the best student of the year in her disciplines.
She was recipient of some awards including CKIP grant from Sheffield Hallam University in 2019 and a full scholarship toward PhD. She has published in several high-impact factor international journals as a first and corresponding author. She filed a patent application in collaboration with AFC Energy Company. Her research results were delivered at 27 national and international conferences including invited and keynote talks in France, Germany, Spain, China and Japan.
Over more than 15 years of experience working on different fields of Materials Science and Engineering, she has successfully participated into completion of two EPSRC, two FP7 (the seventh framework programme for research and technological development) and two Innovate UK projects.
Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology
Electrocatalysts, Photocatalysts, Graphene-based Nanostructured Materials
Energy Storage and Conversion Systems by Employing Electrochemical Technologies (Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, Metal-Air and Redox Batteries)
Waste water Treatment (Electro-dialysis and Reverse Electro-dialysis)
Hyrdrogen evolution catalysts using non-precious metals
• Member of Membership Affair Committee of Society of Chemical Industry (SCI),
• Member of Energy Landmark Scheme of SCI,
• Member of Distinguished Service Award (DSA) and Lampitt Medals Committee of the SCI
• Member of CO2Chem Network,
• Ex-member of Pedagogical Research Group of the School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials, and also Quality and Diversity Committee member of the School, Newcastle University.
• Member of Royal Society Chemistry (RSC)
• Member of International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE)
• Member of Society of Chemical Industry (SCI)
• Member of American Chemical Society (ACS)
Fuel Cells (Impact factor: 3.149), RSC Advances (Impact factor: 2.936, ACS Nano (Impact factor: 13.709), Chemistry of Materials (Impact factor: 9.890), Langmuir (Impact factor: 3.789) and Catalysis Today (Impact Factor: 4.667) journals.
Orcid ID No: 0000-0002-0673-8087
PhD, Materials Science, University of Liverpool
Electrocatalysis by Nanomaterials31 Mar 2003 - 31 Jul 2007