Postdoctoral Researcher

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Dr. Hadi Hosseini

2017-2019

Research Field:

Supercapacitor

Chemistry Department

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hadi_hosseini86@yahoo.com

Research Focuses: electrochemical materials processing, electrochemistry of nanomaterials, and design of multifunctional nanomaterials for electrocatalysis, electrochemical sensors, and electrochemical energy storage and conversion technologies including flexible electrochemical capacitors, electrolyzers, and fuel cells.

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Dr. Elham Asadian

2016-2019

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Institute for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (INST)

e.asadian@yahoo.com

Research Focuses: synthesis of graphene-based hybrid nanostructures for sensing applications and working on MOF nanostructures for electrochemical applications such as sensing and energy-related areas.

Ph.D. Students

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Dorsa Sadat Mousavi

2016-2022

Research Field:

Water splitting

Institute for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (INST)

dorsamousavi67@gmail.com

Ph.D Thesis: Synthesis of N-doped graphene-transition metal oxides nanocomposites and their application in electrocatalytic oxygen evolution reactions.

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Mohammad Hafezi-Kahnamoei

2017-2022

Research Field:

Electrocatalyst

Chemistry Department

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mhafezi94@gmail.com

Ph.D Thesis: Design, construction and investigation of the behavior of electrocatalysts based on some transition multi metals nanostructures toward electrochemical water splitting.

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Sharifeh Rezaee

2015-2020

Research Field:

Electrocatalyst

Chemistry Department

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sharifeh.rezaee@yahoo.com

Ph.D Thesis: Modification of electrode substrates using nanocomposites including carbon nanomaterials and multimetallic nanoparticles for electrocatalysis of some fuel cells reactions.

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Leila Naderi

2016-2020

Research Field:

Supercapacitor

Chemistry Department

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Leila_naderi67@yahoo.com

Ph.D Thesis: Design and fabrication of flexible Fiber-Shaped hybrid micro-supercapacitors based on carbon nanostructures and oxides, sulfides and phosphides of some transition metals.

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Saba Ranjbar

2015-2019

Research Field:

Biosensor

Chemistry Department

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saba69.chemtmu@yahoo.com

Ph.D Thesis: Design, Construction and Application of Nanostructured Electrochemical Biosensor Based on Aptamers for Diagnosis Some of the Pathogenic Bacteria .

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Parvin Asen

2015-2019

Research Field:

Supercapacitor

Institute for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (INST)

asenparvin@gmail.com

Ph.D Thesis: Fabrication and Investigation of Supercapacitors Based on Graphene Nanocomposites.

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Bahareh Mehrabi-Matin

2013-2019

Research Field:

Supercapacitor

Institute for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (INST)

Bahar.mehrabi83@yahoo.com

Ph.D Thesis: preparation and investigation of flexible supercapacitors using nanocomposites with graphene-based structures and layered double hydroxide Ni/Co and Manganese Molybdate

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Razieh Salimian

2013-2018

Research Field:

Biosensor

Chemistry Department

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rsalimian.chem@yahoo.com

Ph.D Thesis: Design and development of electrochemical DNA nanobiosensors for identification and determination of important biomarkers

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Rahim Mohammadi

2013-2018

Research Field:

Supercapacitor

Chemistry Department

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rmrmohammadi@gmail.com

Ph.D Thesis: Using of oxides, hydroxides and sulfides of some transition metals and carbon nanostructures in supercapacitor.

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Elham Asadian

2010-2014

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Institute for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (INST)

e.Asadian@yahoo.com

Ph.D Thesis: Synthesis of Hybrid graphene nanostructures and their application in design and fabrication of electrochemical sensors for pharmaceutical and biological applications

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Efat Jokar

2009-2014

Research Field:

Supercapacitor

Institute for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (INST)

efat.jokar@yahoo.com

Ph.D Thesis: Fabrication and Investigation of Supercapacitors Based on Graphene Nanocomposites.

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Niloufar Hosseini-nasab

2009-2014

Research Field:

Biosensor

Chemistry Department

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niloufar.h.n@gmail.com

Ph.D Thesis: Synthesis of Carbon Nanostructures-Metal Nanoparticles Composites and Investigate their Application as a Modifier in Electrochemical Measurements.

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Zahra Kamalzadeh

2008-2013

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department

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zahra.kamalzadeh@gmail.com

Ph.D Thesis: Development and Application of Carbon Nanomaterials Based Polymer Modified Electrodes for Electrochemical Determination of Pharmaceutical Compounds.

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Shokoufeh Rastgar-KafshgarKolaei

2008-2013

Research Field:

Biosensor/Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department

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sh.rastgar@yahoo.com

Ph.D Thesis: Chemically Modified Electrode Based on Carbon Nanostructures and Metal Nanoparticles: Preparation, Characterization and Application in Determination of the Pharmaceutical and Biological Compounds.

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Azam Gholizadeh

2007-2012

Research Field:

Biosensor

Institute for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (INST)

azam.gholizadeh@gmail.com

Ph.D Thesis: Investigating Electrochemical Behavior of Biosensor Based on Vertically Alligned Carbon Nanotubes.

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Reihaneh-Sadat Saberi

2007-2011

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department

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r_saberi916@yahoo.com

Ph.D Thesis: Preparation and Application of Conducting Polymer Composite Modified Electrodes & Application of Pyrolytic Graphite Electrode in Lamotrigine Analysis.

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Masoumeh Ghalkhani

2006-2010

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department

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ghalkhani@gmail.com

Ph.D Thesis: Preparation and Applicationof Chemically Modified Electrodes for Detection of Some Pharmaceutical and Biologically Important Compounds.

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Fatemeh Ghorbani

2006-2010

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Faculty of Pharmacy/Tehran University of Medical Science

fatemehgh_110@yahoo.com

Ph.D Thesis: Design, Construction and Application of Electrochemical Sensors for the Determination of Some Pharmaceutical Drugs in Bulk Form, Finished Products and Biological Fluids.

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Hamid-Reza Zare-Mehrjardi

2004-2008

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department

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zareanalyst@gmail.com

Ph.D Thesis: Improvement of Selectivity and Sensitivity of the Response of Electrochemical Sensors Using Carbon Nanotubes, Electron Mediators and Ion Exchangers.

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Mandana Amiri

2003-2007

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department

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mandanaamiri@yahoo.com

Ph.D Thesis: Fabrication of Chemically Modified Electrodes by Using Carbon Nanostructures: Application to Voltammetric Determination of Some Biological and Pharmaceutical Compounds.

M.SC. Students

Matin Ataei Kachouei

2019-2021

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Fabrication of composite electrode materials based on bimetalic metal organic frameworks for designation of amperometric non-enzymetic glucose sensors.

Mahdieh Shahi

2018-2021

Research Field:

Supercapacitor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Investigating the electrochemical behavior of Co-Zn sulfides and hydroxides on copper oxide nano-structures grown on copper foam for application in electrochemical supercapacitors.

Reza Manafi

2018-2021

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Constructing and investigation of the electrochemical behavior of nanocomposite of conducting polymers on copper hydroxide nanotubes: application to determination of glucose.

Sanaz Taghaddosi

2018-2020

Research Field:

Electrocatalyst

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Facile Synthesis of hollow carbon nanospheres wrapped wit NiO Nanostructures as non-precious catalysts for electrooxidation of hydrazine hydrate.

Smaneh Abbasi

2017-2019

Research Field:

Supercapacitor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Design and fabrication of supercapacitors based on modified carbon nanospheres using transition metal oxide / hydroxide.

Milad Ezzati

2017-2019

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Fabrication of Applied Electrode Materials based on Metal-Organic Frameworks to Design Non-Enzymatic Electrochemical Sensing Platforms for Measuring of Glucose in Physiological Samples.

Elnaz Khaki-Sanati

2016-2018

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Design and Fabrication of Advanced Electrode Materials Based on Metal-Organic Frameworks and Double Layered Hydroxides Using Hollow Copper Hydroxide Nanotubes Scaffold; Application to Nonenzymatic Glucose Sensor.

Saba Panahi

2016-2018

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Chemical modification of glassy carbon electrode by carbon nanostructures/conductive polymers composites and its application in the study of electrochemical behavior and determination of salbutamol and isoprenaline.

Maryam Shamloofard

2015-2017

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Electrochemical Sensor Based on Electrodes Modified with Composites of Carbon Nanostructures and Polypyrrole; Application to Electrochemical Investigations and Determination of Nifedipine and Tizanidine.

Mohammad Hafezi-Kahnamoei

2015-2017

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Chemical modification of the electrode surface by composites of Ag nanoparticle decorated on multi walled carbon nanotube; Application to investigate the electrochemical behavior and determination of Risperidone and Isoxsuprine drugs.

Sajad Rahimi

2015-2017

Research Field:

Supercapacitor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Synthesis and preparation of nanocomposites from carbonnanostructures and transation metal oxides/hydroxides and study their application in hybrid electrochemical capacitors.

Mostafa Navabi

2014-2016

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Preparation and investigation of the electrochemical behavior of sensors modified with graphene oxide nanohybrides for electrochemical determinations of some biologically important compounds.

Leila Naderi

2013-2015

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Preparation and Application of the Glassy Carbon Electrode Modified with Carbon Nanomaterials for Studies of the Electrochemical Behavior and Quantitative Determination of Metoclopramide and Furazolidone.

Saba Ranjbar

2013-2015

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Preparation and Investigation of the Electrochemical Behavior of Sensors Based on Glassy Carbon Electrode Modified with Various Carbon Nanostructures Decorated by Some Metal Nanoparticles for Determination of Ceftizoxime.

Mahnaz Azimzadeh

2012-2014

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Preparation and Investigation of Electrochemical Sensors for Determination of Pharmaceutical and Biological Compunds Based on Glassy Carbon Electrode Modified with Polypyrrole/Carbon Nanotube Composite.

Razieh Kohansal

2012-2014

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Preparation and Study of the electrochemicall Properties of Modified electrode with Nano Metal Particles or Nano Metal Oxide Particles/ Carbon Nanoparticles: Application to Pharmaceutical Determinations.

Zeinab Koolivand

2011-2013

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Preparation and Investigation of the Electrochemical Behavior of the Glassy Carbon Electrode Modified with Nanodiomond/Nanographite and Nano Ni Composites: Application to Pharmaceutical Determination.

Pouya Hosseini Yazdeli

2011-2013

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Preparation and Application of Carbon Nanotube-Polypyrrole Modified Electrode in Electrochemical Determination of Meselazine.

Ameneh Naseri

2010-2012

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Morphology Dependent Electrocatalytic Activity of Silver Nanostructures and Differential Pulse Voltammetry Determination of Atorvastatin at Silver Nanowires Modified Electrode.

Razieh Salimian

2010-2012

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Application of Pd-Au Nanoparticles on Carbon Nanotubes Modified Electrode for Electrochemical Determination of Ceftazidine.

Talin Aghajani

2010-2012

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Probing the Electrochemical Properties of Gold Electrode Modified with Edge-Functionalized Graphene and its Application.

Shiva Ebrahimi

2009-2019

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Electrochemical determination of Tyrosine and Tryptophan at the Surface of Pyrolytic Graphite Electrode Modified with Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes, New Coccine and Nitrazine.

Akbar Mahdavi-Shakib

2008-2010

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Design and Application of the Gold Electrode Modified with Cysteamine Self-Assembled Monolayers Coupled with Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes.

Mona Khafaji

2008-2010

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Simultaneous Voltammetric Determination of Epinephrine and Uric acid in Presence of Ascorbic Acid Using Pyrolytic Graphite Electrode Modified with Nano-Diamond/Graphite Film & Voltammetric Determination of Levothyroxine at the Surface of Edge Plane Pyrolytic Graphite Electrode.

Maryam Bayat

2008-2010

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Voltammetric Determination of Tryptophan and 5-Hydroxytryptophan Using Graphite electrode Modified with a Thin Film of Graphite/Diamond Nano-Mixture & Determination of Omeprazole Using Graphite Electrode.

Elham Asadian

2007-2009

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Chemically Modified Electrodes Based on Conducting Polymers and Carbon Nanotubes: Application to Voltammetric Determination of Some Biological and Pharmaceutical Compounds.

Effat Jokar

2007-2009

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Electrochemical Determination of Piroxicam at Thin Carbon Nanoparticle Composite & Investigation of the Electrochemical Behavior and Synthesis of Catechols in the Presence of Mercapto Methyl Tertrazol as a Nucleophile.

Shahab Yadegari

2006-2008

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Electrochemical Study of 2-Mercaptonicotinic acid on the Surface of the Modified Carbon Paste Electrode & Preparation of Thiocyanate Selective Carbon-Paste Electrode Based on Phthalocyanie Complexes as Ion Carrier.

Roya Bazl

2006-2008

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Investigation of the Electrochemical Behavior of 2-Thiazoline-2-Thiol as an antithyoroid drug at the Surface of Carbon Paste Electrode Modified with Cobalt Salophen.

Shokoufeh Rastgar-KafshgarKolaei

2006-2008

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Investigation of the Electrochemical Behavior of Catechol and 4-MethylCatechol in the presence of Methyl Mercapto Thiadiazol as a Nucleophile: Application to Electrochemical Synthesis.

Atefeh Taherii

2006-2008

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Modification of Glassy Carbon Electrode Using Nafion Doped Carbon Nanoparticles: Application in Voltammetric Determination of Adenine and Guanine.

Zahra Kamalzadeh

2005-2007

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Differential Pulse Voltammetric Determination of N-acetylcysteine on the Surface of Carbon Nanotube-Paste Electrode Modified with Salophen Complexes of Cobalt.

Reihaneh Sadat Saberi

2004-2006

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Electrochemical Study of Catechol in Presence of Thiols as Nucleophile on Glassy Carbon Electrode (Thiouracills and Mercaptopyridine); Application in DPV Determination, Electrochemical Synthesis.

Lida Fotouhi

2004-2006

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Simultaneous Electrochemical Determination of Tryptophan and Cysteine Using Chemically Modified Electrodes.

Somayeh Bozorgzadeh

2003-2005

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Electrochemical Oxidation of Dopamine in the Presence of Biological Thiols: Application to the Square-Wave Voltammetric Detection of total Penicillamine and Cysteine & Effect of the Presence of Different Substituents in the Structure of Cobalt (III) Salophen, as an Ion-Carrier in Salicylate-Selective Membrane Electrodes.

Masoumeh Ghalkhani

2003-2005

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Simultaneous Voltammetric Detection of Ascorbic acid and Uric acid at a Carbon-Paste modified Electrode Incorporating Thionine-Nafion Ion-Pairs as an electron Mediator & Investigation of Applicability of Vanadyl Meso Salophen Complexes as Ion-Carriers in Salicylate-Selective Membrane Electrodes.

Mehdi Asghari

2003-2005

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Electrocatalytic Oxidation of Methanol an a Nickel Electrode Modified by Nickel-dimethylglyoxime in Alkaline Medium & Study of Some Kinetic Parameters of Electrooxidation of Methanol on Glassy Carbon Electrode Modified be Ni-Co Alloy.

Mohammad Jalal Jannat Rezvany

2002-2004

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Design of Thiocyanate Selective Electrode Based on Rhodium Phthalocyanine Complex & Electrochemical Study of Propylthiouracil at Modified Carbon Paste Electrode with Cobalt-methylsalophen.

Mohammad Karimi

2002-2004

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Electrochemical Study of Systeine, Ascorbic acid and Captopril at the Surface of Modified Carbon-Paste Electrode.

Javad Yazdani

2001-2003

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Study of Electrochemical Behavior of Thioglycolic acid (TGA) at the Surface of Modified Carbon-Paste Electrode with Cobalt Phtalocyanine & Substituted Complex of MnTPPCL as Ion Carriers in Thiocyanate Selective Membrane Electrodes.

Ali Souri

2001-2003

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Electrochemical Study on Penicillamine at the surface of modified Carbon Paste Electrode & Preparing of Selective Membrane Electrode of Thiosalicylate and Thiocyanate.

Hassan Seifi Fini

2001-2003

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Effect of various Substituents on Iron Porphyrins as Ion-Carrier in Salysilate Selective Electrodes & Thiouracil Derivatives as Nucleophiles in Addition to Electrochemically Produced Dopaminoquinine: Application to Electrochemical Synthesis.

Ali Hamzehloei

2000-2002

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Chromium (III) Porphyrin as a Selective Ionophore in Salicylate Selective Membrane Electrode & Electrocatalytic Oxidation of 2-Thiouracil at a Carbon Paste Electrode Modified with Cobalt Phthalocyanine & Electrochemical Oxidation of Catechol in the Presence of 2-Thiouracil.

Abdollah Taghani

2000-2002

Research Field:

Electrochemical Sensor

Chemistry Department


M.SC. Thesis: Design of Iodide and Sulfosalicylic acid Selective Electrodes Based on Phthalocyanine Complexes & Electrochemical Study of 2-Thiobarbituric acid at Modified Carbon-Paste Electrode with Cobalt Phthalocyanine.