Prof. Mir F. Mousavi

Mir F. Mousavi received a Ph.D. from Shiraz University in 1992. He then joined the Chemistry Department of Tarbiat Modares University (TMU) in 1992 as an Assistant Professor, became an Associate Professor in 1998, and was promoted to Full Professor in 2002. He has been listed as one of the Leading Scientists and Engineers in the OIC Member States in 2006, and an ISI (ESI) scientist (Top 1 Most Cited Scientist) in 2007. Prof. Mousavi has been recognized as the First Laureate in Modern Technology at the 14th Annual Razi International Research Festival in 2008, and has received many awards including the ISESCO Award in 2008, the Iranian Nanotechnology Society (INS) Award in 2009, the Iranian Chemical Society (ICS) Award in 2009, the ICS Award for Distinguished Professor of Analytical Chemistry in 2011, and the National Distinguished Professor Award in 2019. He is a member of many academies, including the American Chemical Society (ACS), the International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE), the Iranian Chemical Society (ICS), the Iranian Nanotechnology Society (INS), the Iran Science Elites Federation (ISEF), and was elected as a Regional Representative for ISE from 2007 to 2012. Prof. Mousavi has been a Visiting Professor in Prof. Richard Kaners laboratory at UCLA from 2013-14. His current research interests involve advanced nanostructured materials and technologies for energy storage and conversion devices, including rechargeable batteries, supercapacitors, as well as hybrid systems, along with the applications of nanomaterials in nanobiotechnology.

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 Prof. Reza Asgari

Head, School of Nano Science

Director, Condensed Matter National Laboratory

Faculty Member, School of Physics, IPM

Research Interests

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.

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 Dr. Mehdi Neek-Amal

Shahid Rajaee University

Research Interests:

Condensed Matter

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 Dr. Zahra Jamshidi

Sharif University of Technology

Research Interests:


  • Spectroscopy of Metal Clusters 
  • Surface-Enhanced Resonance Raman Spectroscopy
  • Plasmonic Properties of Metal Clusters
  • Computational Spectroscopy
  • Analysis of the Nature of Metal Cluster Interactions

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 Dr. Mona Alibolandi

Mashhad University of Medical Sciences

 Assistant Professor of Medical Biotechnology, School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences Research Center

 Research Interests

Targeted drug delivery

Controlled Release

Self-assemble structures

Hybrid Materials

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 Dr. Pezhman Sasanpour

Associate Professor

Medical Physics & Biomedical Engineering Department,

Faculty of Medicine, Shahid Behesti University of Medical Sciences

Resident Researcher

School of Nanoscience, Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences (IPM)

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 Dr. Mandana Amiri

Associate Professor of chemistry, University of Mohaghegh Ardabili

Dr. Mandana Amiri received her PhD degree in 2007 from Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran. She was a visiting scientist at Marken group, University of Bath, UK, from 2006 to 2007 supported by British council. Her main area of research is nano-materials in electroanalysis and electrochemical energy conversion. At present, she is associate professor of chemistry at University of Mohaghegh Ardabili, Ardabil, Iran. She is MRSC member and won Roger Taylor award in 2015 from British Carbon Group. Dr. Amiri got DAAD scholarship for a visit in University of Oldenburg in 2016 and Humboldt fellowship for research in university of Oldenburg In 2020. She is a co-author of 55+ research publications, +75 conference papers, wrote 1 book chapter and 5 reviews in subjects related to nanotechnology and electrochemical sensors.

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