|Prof. Reza Asgari Has Accepted to Attend ICNS8 as Invited Speaker|
Head, School of Nano Science
Director, Condensed Matter National Laboratory
Faculty Member, School of Physics, IPM
He has been working on a number of problems in the challenging arena of quantum many-body physics, especially on two-dimensional materials namely graphene, transition metal dichalcogenide and phosphorose systems. He is interested in many-body physics by carrying out the physical quantities of many body problems and specially the transport properties of hybrid two-dimensional crystalline materials. Furthermore, cold dipolar atom gases have attracted a lot of his attention due to the novel anisotropic and long-range character of dipole-dipole interactions. He is also working on one- and two-dimensional dipolar Fermi gas systems and is interested in the phase diagrams in such systems.