Moataz M. Attallah

2010- Metallurgy and Materials University of Birmingham, Birmingham, England, United Kingdom 
Materials Science, Physical Metallurgy, Materials Processing
"Moataz Attallah"

Professor Moataz Attallah holds a chair in advanced materials processing. He received his PhD in metallurgy and materials science from the University of Birmingham (2007), BSc (highest honours) and MSc degrees from the American University in Cairo (AUC) Egypt, in mechanical engineering, and materials/manufacturing engineering respectively. Following his PhD, Moataz worked as a research fellow at the University of Manchester Materials Science Centre from January 2007, prior to his appointment as a lecturer at the School of Metallurgy and Materials at the University of Birmingham in June 2010.

His research over the past 20 years focuses on developing a metallurgical understanding of the material-process interaction in advanced manufacturing processes (additive manufacturing, powder processing, friction joining, and superplastic forming) of metallic materials, focusing on the process impact on the microstructure and structural integrity development. His research is conducted through research partnerships with the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA), GKN Aerospace, Rolls-Royce plc, MBDA, European Space Agency (ESA), ITP, Aero Engine Controls, Johnson-Matthey, BAE Systems, TWI, Safran group companies (Safran Power Units and Safran Landing Systems), Meggitt, Honda R&D, IHI Corporation, Prima Power (Italy), M&I Materials, Magnetic Shields Limited, and the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC).

His current grant portfolio as a PI includes projects funded by Innovate-UK, EPSRC, DSTL, the UKAEA, as well as several industrial projects, with a career total grant income of £ 15M as a PI. He has published over 200 journal and conference papers and 3 book chapters (h-index: 47), in addition to being a co-inventor for 5 patents. He has given keynote and invited talks in conferences, universities, and research centres in the USA, Canada, Japan, Germany, China, Italy, Finland, Australia, Singapore, Brazil, Mexico, UAE, and Egypt. His awards include the UK Ministry of Defence and the French Delegation Generale pour l’Armement Award in 2013, and the Safran Group Innovation Prize in 2014.
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Villapun Puzas VM, Carter LN, Schröder C, et al. (2022) Surface Free Energy Dominates the Biological Interactions of Postprocessed Additively Manufactured Ti-6Al-4V. Acs Biomaterials Science & Engineering. 8: 4311-4326
McGee OM, Geraghty S, Hughes C, et al. (2022) An investigation into patient-specific 3D printed titanium stents and the use of etching to overcome Selective Laser Melting design constraints. Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials. 134: 105388
Kong W, Cox SC, Lu Y, et al. (2022) Microstructural Evolution, Mechanical Properties, and Preosteoblast Cell Response of a Post-Processing-Treated TNT5Zr β Ti Alloy Manufactured via Selective Laser Melting. Acs Biomaterials Science & Engineering
Kong W, Cox SC, Lu Y, et al. (2021) The influence of zirconium content on the microstructure, mechanical properties, and biocompatibility of in-situ alloying Ti-Nb-Ta based β alloys processed by selective laser melting. Materials Science & Engineering. C, Materials For Biological Applications. 131: 112486
Hassanin H, Zweiri Y, Finet L, et al. (2021) Laser Powder Bed Fusion of Ti-6Al-2Sn-4Zr-6Mo Alloy and Properties Prediction Using Deep Learning Approaches. Materials (Basel, Switzerland). 14
Jamshidi P, Aristizabal M, Kong W, et al. (2020) Selective Laser Melting of Ti-6Al-4V: The Impact of Post-processing on the Tensile, Fatigue and Biological Properties for Medical Implant Applications. Materials (Basel, Switzerland). 13
Wang X, Carter LN, Adkins NJE, et al. (2020) Novel Hybrid Manufacturing Process of CM247LC and Multi-Material Blisks. Micromachines. 11
Burton HE, Eisenstein NM, Lawless BM, et al. (2019) The design of additively manufactured lattices to increase the functionality of medical implants. Materials Science & Engineering. C, Materials For Biological Applications. 94: 901-908
Vovrosh J, Voulazeris G, Petrov PG, et al. (2018) Additive manufacturing of magnetic shielding and ultra-high vacuum flange for cold atom sensors. Scientific Reports. 8: 2023
Cox SC, Jamshidi P, Eisenstein NM, et al. (2017) Surface Finish has a Critical Influence on Biofilm Formation and Mammalian Cell Attachment to Additively Manufactured Prosthetics. Acs Biomaterials Science & Engineering. 3: 1616-1626
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