Yaser Abdi received his Ph.D. in Solid State Physics from the University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran in 2009. He is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Physics, University of Tehran. He is now interested in Nanophysics and Nanotechnology including field emission based devices, light-emitting from nanostructures and the application and the physical properties of nanostructures.
Teaching, is one of my favorite scientific activities, in fact the most important one. Since 2009, I have been teaching various courses in the Department of Physics in Tehran University.
Quantum Mechanics I,II
Solid States Physic
Basics of Nanosystems Engineer
Solid State Physics Laboratory
Advanced Quantum Mechanics I,II
Advanced Solid State I,II
Physics of Nano-Electronic Devices
Nanoparticles and Their Applications
Advanced Solid State Physics Laboratory
I am interested in various aspects in Nanophysics and its relation with other fields of physics. Notably I am interested in : Fabrication of dye sensitized solar cells, Modeling the electron transport In nano structured solar cells, Fabrication of gas sensors, Fabrication of field emission based nano-electronic devices, Fabrication of graphene based devices, Simulation of electrical properties of graphene and graphene nano-ribbons, Fabrication of optoelectronic devices.