Abeer Al Mohtar has a PhD Degree in Nanotechnology and Optics (Physics) from the University of Technology of Troyes, France in 2015. From 2015-2017 she was a postdoctoral researcher at Institut Langevin, ESPCI-Paris and University of Paris, France. In 2018, she joined Centro de Recursos Naturais e Ambiente, Chemical Engineering Department, Instituto Superior Técnico as postdoctoral researcher. Currently, she is a junior researcher at CERENA, Universidade de Lisboa Instituto Superior Técnico. Her research is focused on: Indoor air quality, Carbon capture, Gas separation processes, Quantum Chemical Calculations, Finite Element Method calculations.
Pillared Clays as Cost-Effective Adsorbents for Carbon Capture by Pressure Swing Adsorption Processes in the Cement Industry
Engineering of Metal–Organic Frameworks/Gelatin Hydrogel Composites Mediated by the Coacervation Process for the Capture of Acetic Acid
Water Effect on CO2 Adsorption Kinetics in Amine-Functionalized Silicas Assessed Using the Density Functional Theory
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C | 2022