Assistant Professor of Inorganic Chemistry
Faculty member of Inorganic Chemistry Department
Maryam Afsharpour received her MS and PhD degrees in inorganic chemistry from Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran in 2001 and 2008, under supervision of Prof. A.R. Mahjoub. She worked on the synthesis of fluorinated oxo-Rhenium complexes in MS and synthesis of Molybdenum and Tungsten oxide nanohybrids as oxidation catalysts in PhD. She joined to the University of Tehran at 2001 as a director of chemistry lab in conservation center of old manuscripts and documents. Currently she is the faculty member at Chemistry & Chemical Engineering Research Center of Iran (CCERCI). Her main research is synthesis of bio-inspired nanomaterials as catalyst supports, metal-free catalysts, supercapacitor, biosensors, and application of nanomaterials in preservation of cultural heritages.
-Synthesis of Bio-Inspired Porous Materials
-Synthesis of Nanostructured Inorganic Materials
-Heterogeneous Catalysts and Metal-Free Catalysts in Oxidation Reactions specially Oxidative Desulfurization; Biodiesel Production; Catalytic Treatment of Wastewater
-Supercapacitors and Biosensors
-Nanomaterials in Preservation of Cultural Heritages