Dr. Emad Ali Soliman Ali

Dr. Emad Ali Soliman Ali

Associate Professor
Advanced Technology and New Materials Research Institute, Egypt


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Food Science and Technology from Alexandria University, Egypt

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Biography

Dr. Emad Ali Soliman Ali is currently working as Associate Professor at Polymeric Materials Research Department, Institute of New Materials and Advanced Technologies, MUCSAT, Alexandria, Egypt. He obtained his Ph.D. in Food Science and Technology from same University in 2003. He also worked as Teaching Assistant NRC, Cairo, Egypt, Assistant Teacher, and Assistant Professor at MUCSAT, Alexandria, Egypt, and Visiting Scientist at Osaka Prefecture University, Osaka, Japan. His field of interest related to Food Science and Engineering, Food Packaging, Food-packaging Interactions, Biodegradable Packaging Materials, Antimicrobial Polymers, Environmental Chemistry and Science, Biomaterials for Biotechnological Applications, and Water Treatments. He also attended number of conferences and workshops. He is member of different scientific societies such as Agriculture Engineers Syndicate, Scientific Society of Food Industries, Arab Society of Materials Science, American Society for Testing and Materials, and International Society of Food, Agriculture and Environment. He is also serving as reviewer of International Journal of Biotechnology and Biochemistry – Inderscience, and Journal of Applied Polymer Science - John & Wiley Sons, Inc. He is also member of editorial board of International Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment - Inderscience. He also completed number of local and international research projects as Principal Investigator, Co-principal Investigator and Member in Investigation Teamwork. He has 22 publications in journals as well as 3 papers in conferences and 3 posters as author/co-author. He is also supervising number of MSc student in his active supervision.

Area of Interest:

Food Science Technology
100%
Food Science
62%
Food Chemistry
90%
Food Packaging
75%
Food Microbiology
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Eldin, M.S.M., E.A. Soliman, A.A.F. Elzatahry, M.R. Elaassar and M.F. Elkady et al., 2012. Preparation and characterization of imino diacetic acid functionalized alginate beads for removal of contaminants from waste water: I. methylene blue cationic dye model. Desalination Water Treat., 40: 15-23.
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  2. Eldin, M.S.M., H.M. El-Sherif, E.A. Soliman, A.A. Elzatahry and A.M. Omer, 2011. Polyacrylamide-grafted carboxymethyl cellulose: Smart pH-sensitive hydrogel for protein concentration. J. Applied Polym. Sci., 122: 469-479.
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  3. Youssef, M.E., E.A. Soliman, M.A. Abu-Saied, M.S.M. Eldin, S.S. Al-Deyab, E.R. Kenawy and A.A. Elzatahry, 2010. Laboratory studies and numerical modeling of using natural micro beads for environmental applications. Int. J. Electrochem. Sci., 5: 1887-1897.
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  4. Mohy-Eldin, M.S., M.F. Elkady, M.A. Abu-Saied, A.M.A. Rahman, E.A. Soliman, A.A. Elzatahry and M.E. Youssef, 2010. Removal of cadmium ions from synthetic aqueous solutions with a novel nanosulfonated poly(glycidyl methacrylate) cation exchanger: Kinetic and equilibrium studies. J. Applied Polym. Sci., 118: 3111-3122.
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  5. Elzatahry, A.A., E.A. Soliman, M.S. Mohy-Eldin and M.E. Youssef, 2010. Experimental and simulation study on removal of methylene blue dye by alginate micro-beads. J. Am. Sci., 6: 846-851.
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  6. Eldin, M.S.M., E.A. Soliman, A.A. El-Zatahry and D.G. Mita, 2010. Modification of Poly-tetrafluoroethylene surface properties for biocatalytic membrane applications. Trends Biomater. Artif. Organs, 23: 150-158.
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  7. Soliman, E.A., M.S. Mohy Eldin and M. Furuta, 2009. Biodegradable zein-based films: Influence of γ-irradiation on structural and functional properties. J. Agric. Food Chem., 57: 2529-2535.
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  8. Soliman, E.A. and M. Furuta, 2009. Influence of γ-irradiation on mechanical and water barrier properties of corn protein-based films. Radiat. Phys. Chem., 78: 651-654.
  9. Elzatahry, A.A., M.S.M. Eldin, E.A. Soliman and E.A. Hassan, 2009. Evaluation of alginate-chitosan bioadhesive beads as a drug delivery system for the controlled release of theophylline. J. Applied Polym. Sci., 111: 2452-2459.
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  10. Eldin, M.S.M., E.A. Soliman, E.A. Hassan and M.A. Abu-Saied, 2009. Immobilized metal ions cellophane-PGMA-grafted membranes for affinity separation of β-galactosidase enzyme. I. Preparation and characterization. J. Applied Polym. Sci., 111: 2647-2656.
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  11. Soliman, E.A. and M. Furuta, 2008. Wet drawing of gelatin films: Structural and functional properties. Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Material Cycling Engineering, March 13-14, 2008, Osaka, Japan, pp: 36-38.
  12. Soliman, E.A. and M. Furuta, 2008. Starch biodegradable blend films: Preparation and characterization. Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Material Cycling Engineering, March 13-14, 2008, Osaka, Japan, pp: 38-39.
  13. Soliman, E.A. and M. Furuta, 2008. Biodegradable zein-based films: Influence of γ-irradiation on mechanical and barrier properties. Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Material Cycling Engineering, March 13-14, 2008, Osaka, Japan, pp: 33-35.
  14. Eldin, M.S.M., E.A. Soliman, A.I. Hashem and T.M. Tamer, 2008. Chitosan modified membranes for wound dressing applications: Preparations, characterization and bio-evaluation. Trends Biomater. Artif. Organs, 22: 158-168.
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  15. Eldin, M.M., E.A. Soliman, A.I. Hashem and T.M. Tamer, 2008. Antibacterial activity of chitosan chemically modified with new technique. Trends Biomater. Artif. Organs, 22: 125-137.
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  16. Soliman, E.A., M.S. Tawfik, H. El-Sayed and Y.G. Moharram, 2007. Preparation and characterization of starch based edible/biodegradable films. J. Agric. Sci. Mansoura Univ., 32: 2641-2659.
  17. Soliman, E.A., M.S. Tawfik, H. El-Sayed and Y.G. Moharram, 2007. Preparation and characterization of soy protein based edible/biodegradable films. Am. J. Food Technol., 2: 462-476.
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  18. Soliman, E.A., M. Sallam, E.M. El-Sayed and R.S. Samaa, 2007. Starch-gelatin biodegradable polymeric blend films: Preparation and characterization. Proceeding of the 1st International Conference on Materials Science and Nanotechnology-Future Challenges, December 2-4, 2007, NRC, Cairo, Egypt, pp: 317-326.
  19. El-Zatahry, A.A., E.A. Soliman, E.A. Hassan and M.S. Mohy Eldin, 2006. Preparation and in vitro release of theophylline loaded sodium alginate microspheres. Proceedings of the 4th Scientific Research Outlook Conference, December 14-15, 2006, Syria, pp: 1-20.
  20. Soliman, E.A., Y.G. Moharram and H.A. El-Sayed, 2004. Preparation, characterization and utilization of biodegradable films and edible coatings from renewable natural resource. Alexandria J. Agric. Sci., 51: 169-169.
  21. Soliman, E.A., M.M. Youssef and A.R. Abo-Serieh, 1998. Effect of debittering techniques and packaging materials on quality of lime juice. Proceeding of 2nd Arab International Conference on Food Industries, March 25-28, 1998, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, pp: 454-462.
  22. Soliman, E.A., M.M. Youssef and A.R. Abo-Serieh, 1996. Chemical and technological studies on packaging materials as factors affecting quality of some vegetables and fruits. Alexandria J. Agric. Sci., 43: 278-278.