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Ali Reza Kamali

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英国 剑桥大学 材料科学与冶金系

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ali@smm.neu.edu.cn, a.r.kamali@cantab.net




· 2003-2007伊朗科学技术大学材料科学与工程,工学博士,“最优秀博士生”。

· 2000-2002伊朗科学技术大学材料科学专业理学硕士排名1/12

· 1996-2000伊朗萨汉德技术大学材料科学与冶金专业理学学士,排名1/20。


· 2016.9-今中国东北大学冶金学院,“双百计划”特聘教授。

· 2015-至今,英国剑桥硅时代有限公司,总经理。

· 2014-至今,剑桥大学,高级副研究员。

· 2009-2014,剑桥大学,助理研究员。

· 2009,印度纳米科技公司,项目负责人。

· 2007-2009伊朗伊斯法罕技术大学副教授、科研主任。

· 2004-2007先进材料研究中心,项目负责人。



· Energy & Environmental Science (Royal Society of Chemistry)

· Carbon (Elsevier),

· Green Chemistry (Royal Society of Chemistry)

· Journal of Alloys and Compounds (Elsevier),

· Journal of Materials Processing Technology (Elsevier)

· Materials Science & Engineering B (Elsevier),

· Journal of membrane science (Elsevier),

· Journal of nanoparticle research (Springer),

· Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy (Maney Publishing),

· Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry(Springer)

· RSC Advances ((Royal Society of Chemistry)


· 英国皇家学会会员

· 英国皇家学会熔盐讨论分会理事

· 伊朗冶金工程学会会员



· 剑桥大学材料化学、电化学、热分析与传热传质、能量采集与碳纳米材料、表征技术、纳米材料与纳米电化学


Supervision of under graduate, master and PhD students and academic visitors at University of Cambridge and other Universities.


· 研究开发了一种通过熔盐电化学法大规模制备高品质石墨烯的新技术,目前,该技术已通过剑桥大学转让给Applied Graphene Materials Plc公司。

· 发明了一种在压下用纳米碳管制备纳米金刚石晶体的新技术该技术已经授权给Element Six

· 发明了一种生产纳米硅粉的绿色冶炼技术并以此组建了一家创业公司,并任公司总经理。

· 与一家英国知名企业合作,开发了一种石墨烯-硅纳米复合材料,可作新型锂离子电池阳极材料。


1. Simultaneous Production of Gamma Titanium Aluminide and Grossite, AU 2005/100278.

2. Powder comprising carbon nanostructures and method, US 2015/0056513.

3. Method for producing synthetic diamonds, US 2016/016805.

4. Method for producing synthetic diamonds, WO 2015/185898.

5. Method of producing Graphene, WO 2015/121613.

6. Method of producing Silicon, UK GB1604975.


1. Method of producing titanium aluminides from TiO2

2. Method of producing carbon nanotubes

3. Method of producing diamonds from carbon nanostructures

4. Method of producing graphene

5. Method of producing Si-graphene nanocomposites for application as anode materials in Li-ion batteries.


· Second March 2015 “Tin and carbon join forces for better batteries” by Cordelia Sealy in Elsevire Materials Today News.

· Preparation of nanodiamonds from carbon nanoparticles at atmospheric pressure, Featured as Cover in Chemical Communications 51(26) January 2015, DOI: 10.1039/C5CC00233H, Impact Factor: 6.83

· Dual coexisting interconnected graphene nanostructures for high performance supercapacitor applications, Featured as Cover in Energy Environ. Sci., 2016, DOI: 10.1039/C6EE00815A, Impact Factor: 29.5



1. Rezaei A, A. R. Kamali*. Green production of carbon nanomaterials in molten salts, mechanisms and applications, Diamond & Related Materials, 83 (2018) 146-161. (IF=2.56, Cited: 0)


2. A. R. Kamali*, H.K. Kim, K.B. Kim, V. R. Kumar, D. J. Fray, Large scale green production of ultra-high capacity anode consisting of graphene encapsulated silicon nanoparticles, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 5(2017) 19126-19135. (IF=8.86, Cited: 1)

3. A. R. Kamali*, Nanocatalytic conversion of CO2 into nanodiamonds, Carbon, 123 (2017) 205-215. (IF=6.34, Cited: 1)

4. A. R. Kamali*, Scalable fabrication of highly conductive 3D graphene by electrochemical exfoliation of graphite in molten NaCl under Ar/H2 atmosphere, Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 52 (2017) 18-27. (IF=4.42, Cited: 4)

5. D. Ege, I. Duru, A. R. Kamali, A. R. Boccaccini, Nitride, Zirconia, Alumina, and Carbide Coatings on Ti6Al4V Femoral Heads: Effect of Deposition Techniques on Mechanical and Tribological Properties, Advanced Engineering Materials, 19 (2017): 49-54. (IF=2.32, Cited: 0)

6. Duygu Ege, Ali Reza Kamali, Aldo R. Boccaccini, Graphene Oxide/Polymer-Based Biomaterials, Advanced Engineering Materials, 19 (2017): 16-34. (IF=2.32, Cited: 0)


7. A. R. Kamali*, Eco-friendly production of high quality low cost graphene and its application in lithium ion batteries, Green Chemistry 18 (2016) 1952-1964. (IF=9.12, Cited: 10)

8. H.K. Kim, A. R. Kamali*, K. C. Roh, K. B. Kim, D. J. Fray, Dual coexisting interconnected graphene nanostructures for high performance supercapacitor applications, Energy & Environmental Science, 9(2016) 2249-2256. (IF=29.5, Cited: 19)

9. A. R. Kamali*, D. J. Fray, Electrochemical interaction between graphite and molten salts to produce nanotubes, nanoparticles, graphene and nanodiamonds, Journal of Materials Science 51 (2016), 569-576. (IF=2.59, Cited: 8)

10. C. Yerlikaya1, N. Ullah, A. R. Kamali*, R. V. Kumar, Size-controllable synthesis of lithium niobate nanocrystals using modified Pechini polymeric precursor method, Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetery, 125 (2016)17-22. (IF=2.04, Cited: 4)

11. A. R. Kamali*, J. Feighan, D. J. Fray, Towards large scale preparation of graphene in molten salts and its use in the fabrication of highly toughened alumina ceramics, Faraday Discussions, 190 (2016) 451-470. (IF=3.58, Cited: 4)

12. İ. Duru, D.u Ege, A.R. Kamali, Graphene Oxides for Removal of Heavy and Precious Metals from the Wastewater, Review Paper, Journal of Materials Science, DOI 10.1007/s10853-016-9913-8. (IF=2.59, Cited: 21)


13. A. R. Kamali*, D. J. Fray, A possible scalable method for the synthesis of Sn-containing carbon nanostructures, Materials Today Communications 2 (2015) 38-48. (Impact Pending, Cited:2)

14. A.R. Kamali*, D.J. Fray, Large-scale preparation of graphene by high temperature diffusion of hydrogen in graphite, Nanoscale 7 (2015), 2015, 11310-11320. (IF= 7.39, Cited=18)

15. A. R. Kamali*, D. J. Fray, Preparation of nanodiamonds from carbon nanoparticles at atmospheric pressure, Chemical Communications 51 (2015), 5594-5597. (IF=6.83, Cited=13)

16. M. Nazarian-Samani, A. R. Kamali, M. Nazarian-Samani, S. F. Kashani-Bozorg, Evolution and Stability of a Nanocrystalline Cu3Ge Intermetallic Compound Fabricated by Means of High Energy Ball Milling and Annealing Processes, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A 46 (2015) 516-524. (IF= 1.73, Cited=2)

17. H.S. Chen, P. Yang, Z.H. Khan, J.M. Wu, G. Li, A.R. Kamali, Quantum Dots and Nanoparticles in Light Emitting Diodes, Displays, and Optoelectronic Devices, Journal of Nanomaterials 2015, ID 371679. (IF=1.60, Cited: 0)


18. A.R.Kamali*, D.J.Fray, Towards large scale preparation of carbon nanostructures in molten LiCl, Carbon 77 (2014), 835-845. (IF=6.19, Cited: 15)

19. A.R.Kamali*, D.J.Fray, Preparation of lithium niobate particles via reactive molten salt synthesis method, Ceramics International 40 (2014), 1835-1841. (IF=2.67, Cited: 25)

20. A.R.Kamali*, G.Divitini, C.Ducati, D.J.Fray, Transformation of molten SnCl2 to SnO2 nano-single crystals, Ceramics International 40 (2014), 8533-8538. (IF=2.67, Cited: 5)

21. M. Eskandari, A. Zarei-Hanzaki, J.A. Szpunar, M.A. Mohtadi-Bonab, A.R.Kamali, M.Nazarian Samani, Microstructure evolution and mechanical behavior of a new microalloyed High Mn austenitic steel during compressive deformation, Materials Science and Engineering: A 615 (2014) 424–435. (IF=2.57, Cited: 9)

22. M. Nazarian-Samani, A.R. Kamali, M. Nazarian-Samani, Study on solid state reactions of nanocrystalline Cu-Ge alloys upon mechanical alloying and annealing, Powder Metallurgy 57 (2014), 119-126. (IF=0.77, Cited: 3)

23. M.Nazarian-Samani, R. Mobarra, A.R. Kamali, M. Nazarian-Samani, Structural Evolution of Nanocrystalline Nickel-Tungsten Alloys Upon Mechanical Alloying with Subsequent Annealing, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A 45 (2014), 510-521. (IF=1.73, Cited: 5)

24. A.R.Kamali*, Thermokinetic characterisation of tin(II) chloride, Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry 118 (2014) 99-104. (IF=2.04, Cited: 4)

25. M.Eskandari, A.Zarei-Hanzaki, A.R. Kamali, M.A. Mohtadi-Bonab, J.A. Szpunar, Strain hardening during hot compression through planar dislocation and twin-like structure in a low-density high-Mn steel, Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance 23 (2014) 3567-3576. (IF=1.0, Cited: 3)


26. A.R.Kamali*, D.J.Fray, Molten salt corrosion of graphite as a possible way to make carbon nanostructures, Carbon 56 (2013) 121-131. (IF=6.19, Cited: 28)

27. M. Nazarian-Samani, H. Abdollah-Pour, O. Mirzaee, A. R. Kamali, M. Nazarian-Samani, Effects of Ni addition on the microstructure and properties of nanostructured copper-germanium alloys, Intermetallics 38 (2013) 80-87. (IF=2.13, Cited: 3)


28. A.R.Kamali*, D.J.Fray, Solid phase growth of tin oxide nanostructures, Materials Science and Engineering B 177 (2012) 819– 825. (IF=2.17, Cited: 11)

29. A.R. Kamali*, G. Divitini, C. Schwandt, D. J. Fray, Correlation between microstructure and thermokinetic characteristics of electrolytic carbon nanomaterials, Corrosion Science 64 (2012) 90–97. (IF=4.42, Cited: 13)

30. A.R. Kamali*, C. Schwandt, D. J. Fray, On the oxidation of electrolytic carbon nanomaterials, Corrosion Science 54 (2012) 307–313. (IF=4.42, Cited: 12)

31. M. Nazarian-Samani, A. R. Kamali, M. Nazarian-Samani, R. Mobarra, S. Naserifar, Thermokinetic study on the phase evolution of mechanically alloyed Ni–B powders, Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetery 107 (2012) 265–269. (IF=2.04, Cited: 2)

32. S. Rehman, N. Ullah, A.R. Kamali*, K. Ali, C. Yerlikaya, H. Rehman, Study on the thallium(III) adsorption onto multiwall carbon nanotubes, New Carbon Materials 27 (2012) 409-415.  Abstracted in Carbon 55 (2013) 375. (IF=0.98, Cited: 12)

2011 (共3篇论文,累计影响因子5.04SCI中被引用145次)

33. A.R. Kamali*, C. Schwandt, D. J. Fray, effect of the graphite electrode material on the characteristics, Materials Characterization 62 (2011) 987-994. (IF=1.84, Cited: 19)

34. A.R. Kamali*, D. J. Fray, C. Schwandt, Thermokinetic characteristics of lithium chloride. Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetery 104 (2011) 619–26. (IF=2.04, Cited: 18)

35. A.R. Kamali*, D.J. Fray, Tin-based materials as anode materials for lithium ion batteries: A review, Reviews on Advanced Materials Science 27(2011) 14-24. (IF=1.16, Cited: 108)


36. A. R. Kamali*, D. J. Fray, Review on carbon and silicon based materials as anode materials for lithium ion batteries, Journal of New Materials for Electrochemical Systems 13(2010) 147–60. (IF=0.51, Cited: 44)

37. A. R. Kamali*, M. Hadi, J. Khalil-Allafi, A.R. Ebrahimi, A Process for Production of a Niobium-containing TiAl Based Alloy. Canadian Metallurgical Quarterly 49 (2010) 171-178. (IF=0.51, Cited:0)

38. M. Nazarian Samani, A. Shokuhfar, A.R. Kamali, M. Hadi, Production of a nanocrystalline Ni3Al-based alloy using mechanical alloying, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, Journal of Alloys and Compounds 500 (2010) 30–33. (IF=2.999 Cited: 11)

39. M. Nazarian Samani, A. R. Kamali, Investigation on hot workability and mechanical properties of modified IC-221M alloy, Journal of Alloys and Compounds 492 (2010) 196–200. (IF=2.999, Cited: 2)

40. M. R. Farhang, A. R. Kamali, M. Nazarian-Samani, Effects of mechanical alloying on the characteristics of a nanocrystalline Ti–50 at. %Al during hot pressing consolidation, Materials Science and Engineering B 168 (2010) 136–141. (IF=2.17, Cited: 23)

41. M. Nazarian-Samani, A. R. Kamali, R. Mobarra, M. Nazarian-Samani, Phase transformations of Ni-15 wt. % B powders during mechanical alloying and annealing, Materials Letters 64 (2010) 309–312. (IF=2.49, Cited: 12)

42. M. Babapour Naseri, A. R. Kamali, S. M. M. Hadavi, Chemical Synthesis of Tungsten–Copper Nanocomposite Powder, Russian Journal of Inorganic Chemistry 55(2010) 167–173. (IF=0.489, Cited: 3)

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