Ph.D. in Molecular Physics, Texas Christian University, USA
Maitrise in Physics, Lebanese University, Lebanon
Dr. Micheline Bejjani received her Ph.D. in Molecular and Solid-State Physics from Texas Christian University in 2011. Prior to joining AUD, Dr. Bejjani worked as Assistant Professor at the Lebanese American University, as well as an instructor at Texas Christian University. She joined AUD in 2012, where she is currently Assistant Professor of Engineering Sciences.
Her Ph.D. research was focused on characterizing infrared spectra and structures of small metal-carbon molecules using matrix isolation Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy and density functional theory. She is currently working in collaboration with a group at Texas Christian University on the influence of micro- and nanoscale zinc oxide on bacteria. Her work has been published in high impact journals and presented at local and international conferences.
Dr. Bejjani is member of the American Association of Physics Teacher, and IEEE Women in Engineering.