By now, I know that I am not looking for a typical job. Being a researcher, I will enjoy learning, discovering and utilizing new materials, which will shape the bright future of our societies. In addition, I will have the opportunity to interact with other colleagues and researchers from different universities and industries. Therefore, it is more than a job for me; it is a lifestyle and a hobby.
I truly believe being part of the prestigious TIAS fellowship will help me to get engaged in cutting-edge multidisciplinary research and train me for my future career. This fellowship program provides a great networking with world-class talents who are working in the science frontiers.
I am highly excited to work with a poineer of bioelectronics, Dr. John A. Rogers. His research aims to control or induce new electronic and photonic responses in these systems, with an emphasis on bioinspired designs and biointegrated devices. Dr. Rogers connected, with innovative technqiues, the world of flexible and rigid materials, and life and electronics. I am working in building all-solid thin film battaries with Dr. John A. Rogers that have flexible and strecheble capabilities. Dr. Andreas Polycarpou has two equipped labs, which include many facilities for syenthsis and characterization of these thin films batteries.
Nominated as a full member to the Texas A&M Chapter of Sigma Xi
"I hereby pledge myself, in accordance with the purposes and objectives of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Honor Society, to encourage original investigations in science, to foster companionship and cooperation among scientists, to maintain honor, integrity and honesty in all scientific activities, and to assume the other continuing responsibilities of membership"
Passed my PhD Preliminary Exam
Title: Nanomechanics, Nanotribology and Fabrication of Flexible Multilayer Nanocomposites
I am happy to be considered a PhD candidate. I passed my PhD prelim exam in 29th of June, 2017.
I would like to thank my advisor, Prof. Polycarpou and my PhD committee: Profs. Jaime C. Grunlan, M. Cynthia Hipwell, Mohammad Naraghi and Matt Pharr for their comments and support.