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Dr Hatef Sadeghi

Senior Research Associate - Leverhulme Fellow

Hatef Sadeghi

Physics Building



Tel: +44 1524 594750

Research overview

Hatef is a Leverhulme Fellow at Lancaster University and a member of the Materials Science Institute MSI and the theory of molecular-scale transport research group since Oct. 2011. His main research area is theoretical nano and molecular electronics. He is co-licence holder, co-author and manager of a next generation quantum transport simulation tool, Gollum. He was awarded the Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship in June 2017.

He was within the EU Innovative Training Network ITN: NanoCTM "Nanoelectronics: Concepts, Theory and Modeling" as Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher. He won Physics Department Best International PhD Student Award in July 2015 and finished his PhD in July 2016. He was with Quantum Effects in Electronic Nanodevices EPSRC platform grant between Jan 2016 and May 2018.

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Research overview

Research Interests

- Nano-electronics and Single-Molecule Electronics

- Quantum Transport

- Electrical and Thermal Propeties of the Molecules and Semiconductors

- 2D materials; Graphene, Silicene, MoS2

- Transistors and Sensors

- Electron and Phonon Transport

- Solid State Physics

- Computational Quantum Chemistry

- DNA Sequensing, Electro-burnt Graphene Nanojunctions

- Self-assembled Monolayers

- Non-equilibrium Greens Function (NEGF)

- Density Functional Theory (DFT)

- Molecular Dynamics (MD)

- Code development

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PhD Supervisions Completed

PhDs Examined

Dr Eman Almutib, PhD internal examiner, 2016

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