Publications
An uptodate list of all my publications can be found on Inspire and arXiv.
Research articles
In reverse chronological order:

E. Malek and H. Samtleben,
KaluzaKlein Spectrometry for Supergravity,
Phys. Rev. Lett. 124 (2020) no. 10, 101601, arXiv:1911.12640. 
E. Malek and D. C. Thompson,
PoissonLie Uduality in Exceptional Field Theory,
JHEP 0420 (2020) 058, arXiv:1911.07833. 
D. Lüst, E. Malek, E. Plauschinn and M. Syväri,
OpenString NonAssociativity in an Rflux Background,
arXiv:1903.05581. 
E. Malek, H. Samtleben and V. Vall Camell,
Supersymmetric AdS_{7} and AdS_{6} vacua and their consistent truncations with vector multiplets,
JHEP 1904 (2019) 088, arXiv:1901.11039. 
E. Malek, H. Samtleben and V. Vall Camell,
Supersymmetric AdS_{7} and AdS_{6} vacua and their minimal consistent truncations from exceptional field theory,
Phys. Lett. B 786 (2018) 171179, arXiv:1806.05597. 
R. Klein, E. Malek, D. Roest and D. Stefanyszyn,
Nogo theorem for a gauge vector as a spacetime Goldstone mode,
Phys. Rev. D 98 (2018) no.6, 065001, arXiv:1806.06862. 
C. D. A. Blair, E. Malek and D. C. Thompson,
Ofolds: Orientifolds and Orbifolds in Exceptional Field Theory,
JHEP 1809 (2018) 157, arXiv:1805.04524. 
D. Lüst, E. Malek and M. Syväri,
Locally nongeometric fluxes and missing momenta in Mtheory,
JHEP 1801 (2018) 50, arXiv:1710.05919. 
E. Malek and H. Samtleben,
Tendimensional origin of Minkowski vacua in N=8 supergravity,
Phys. Lett. B 776 (2018) 65  71, arXiv:1710.02163. 
E. Malek,
Halfmaximal supersymmetry from exceptional field theory,
Fortsch. Phys. 65 (2017) 1700061, arXiv:1707.00714. 
D. Lüst, E. Malek and R. Szabo,
Nongeometric KaluzaKlein monopoles and magnetic duals of Mtheory Rflux backgrounds,
JHEP 1710 (2017) 144, arXiv:1705.09639. 
E. Malek,
From Exceptional Field Theory to Heterotic Double Field Theory via K3,
JHEP 1703 (2017) 057, arXiv:1612.01990.

E. Malek,
7dimensional N=2 Consistent Truncations using SL(5) Exceptional Field Theory,
JHEP 1706 (2017) 026, arXiv:1612.01692.

M. Günaydin, D. Lüst and E. Malek,
Nonassociativity in nongeometric string and Mtheory backgrounds, the algebra of octonions and missing momentum modes,
JHEP 1611 (2016) 027, arXiv:1607.06474.

P. Bosque, F. Hassler, D. Lüst and E. Malek,
A geometric formulation of exceptional field theory,
JHEP 1703 (2017) 004, arXiv:1605.00385.

D. S. Berman, C. D. A. Blair, E. Malek and F. J. Rudolph,
An action for Ftheory: SL(2) × ℝ^{+} exceptional field theory,
Class. Quant. Grav. 33 (2016) 195009, arXiv:1512.06115.

E. Malek and H. Samtleben,
Dualising consistent IIA/IIB truncations,
JHEP 1512 (2015) 029, arXiv:1510.03433.

E. Malek, J. Murugan and J. P. Shock,
The Information Metric on the moduli space of instantons with global symmetries,
Phys. Lett. B753 (2016) 660663, arXiv:1507.08894.

C. D. A. Blair and E. Malek,
Geometry and fluxes of SL(5) exceptional field theory,
JHEP 1503 (2015) 144, arXiv:1412.0635.

C. D. A. Blair, E. Malek and J.H. Park,
Mtheory and Type IIB from a Duality Manifest Action,
JHEP 1401 (2014) 172, arXiv:1311.5109.

C. D. A. Blair, E. Malek and A. J. Routh,
An O(D,D) Invariant Hamiltonian Formulation for the Superstring,
Class. Quantum Grav. 31 (2014) 205011, arXiv:1308.4829.

D. S. Berman, C. D. A. Blair, E. Malek and M. J. Perry,
The O_{D,D} Geometry of String Theory,
Int. J. Mod. Phys. A 29, No. 15, 1450080 (2014), arXiv:1303.6727.

E. Malek,
Timelike Dualities in Generalised Geometry,
JHEP 1311 (2013) 185, arXiv:1301.0543.

E. Malek,
Udualities in three and four dimensions,
Int. J. Mod. Phys. A 32, No. 27, 1750169 (2017), arXiv:1205.6403.
Conference proceedings
In reverse chronological order:

E. Malek, Topology and Geometry for Physicists,
PoS Modave2017 (2018) 002.
Lectures given at the "13th Modave Summer School in Mathematical Physics", September 2017, Modave, Belgium. 
E. Malek, Halfmaximal consistent truncations using exceptional field theory,
PoS CORFU2016 (2017) 125, arXiv:1710.00297.
Conference proceedings of my talk at the "Workshop on Geometry and Physics", November 2016, Ringberg Castle, Germany, based on this paper. 
E. Malek, Dualising consistent truncations,
Fortsch. Phys. 64 (2016) 385388, arXiv:1512.09061.
Conference proceedings of my talk at the COST workshop "The String Theory Universe", September 2015, KU Leuven, Belgium, based on this paper.