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Dr. Sharifeh Rezaee

Research Field: Electrocatalyst

Sharifeh received her Ph.D. degree in Electrochemistry from the Sharif University of Technology in 2020 (Tehran, Iran). She has been working as a postdoctoral researcher in Shahrokhian's research group from 2021 to now. Sharifeh's research activities focused on synthesizing, evaluating, and characterization of novel electrocatalyst nanomaterials. Besides, she has experience in designing and engineering the nanomaterial morphology for electrocatalytic processes. Specifically, her research is revolving around how to incorporate different carbon nanomaterials with noble or non-noble metals in different forms (metals/metals oxides/alloys) with unique nanostructures for exploring novel multi-component catalysts. Also, she focuses on designing and synthesizing 2D/3D bimetallic metal-organic frameworks (MOFs). These MOFs are used as a template for the preparation of highly porous carbon materials and hybrid metal,metal oxides, phosphides, sulfides, nitrides. In particular, she is working on the relationships between material composition/morphology and the resulting electrocatalytic performances.

Email adress: Sharifeh.rezaee@yahoo.com

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Dr. Farzaneh Hekmat

Research Field: Supercapacitor

Farzaneh Hekmat received her BS degree in applied chemistry in 2006 and an MS degree in physical chemistry in 2009 from Kharazmi University. She holds her master on quantum spectroscopy (The Analytical Solution of the Diatomic Nuclear Schrodinger Equation with Rosen-Morse Potential and Calculation of Franck-Condon Factors) under the supervision of Dr. Reza Eslampour. She received her Ph.D. degree in physical chemistry (electrochemistry) in 2015 from the Science of Technology University of Iran. After conducting her Ph.D., focusing on the development of Energy Storage Systems (Investigating the Effect of Ionic Liquids on Carbon Nanotube based Supercapacitors) she joined Prof. Dr. Shahrokhian research group. She is engaged in the development of high-performance energy storage systems for portable electronics. Her research interests include flexible-stretchable electronic devices and their application in wearable human activity monitoring and personal healthcare, energy storage systems including supercapacitors and batteries.

Email adress: farzanehhekmat7@gmail.com

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Dr. Leila Naderi

Research Field: Energy conversion and storage

Leila Naderi was born in Tehran, Iran, in 1989. She received her BSc. degree in applied chemistry from the Kharazmi University of Tehran in 2012 and MSc. (2015) and Ph.D. (2020) degrees from Sharif University of Technology in analytical chemistry under the supervision of Prof. Shahrokhian. During her PhD, she spent a period at the University of Bologna, Italy as visiting researcher. She is currently a postdoctoral researcher in Prof. Shahrokhian's research group. Her research activities are focused on applied study of nanostructured electrode materials and electrolytes for electrochemical sensors and flexible fiber- shaped energy conversion and storage micro-devices including microsupercapacitor and water splitting. In particular, she is attentived in various design and synthesis strategies as well as new material properties for use in electronic devices with portable, flexible and wearable characteristics.

Email adress: Leila_naderi67@yahoo.com

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Ph.D. Students

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Maryam Shamloofard

Research Field: Electrocatalyst

Maryam Shamloofard was born in Tehran, Iran, (1993). She received her BSc. in apllied chemistry from the Shahid Beheshti University of Tehran in 2015. Then, she accepted for M.Sc. at the Sharif University of Technology in 2015 and joined the Chemistry Department and Dr. shahrokhian Research group. As a Master’s student, she started working on the modification of the electrode surface by nanomaterials toward investigation and determination of drugs. She received her MSc. degree in Analytical Chemistry (2017). Thereafter, she started Ph.D. here in 2018 and now her research concerns about Electrocatalytic Behavior of Some Transition Metals Nanostructures toward Electrochemical Oxygen Evolution and Oxygen Reduction.

Email adress: mshamloo2011@yahoo.com

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Samaneh Abbasi

Research Field: Supercapacitor

Samaneh Abasi was born in Tehran, Iran, (1993). She received her BSc. Degree in pure chemistry from the University of Tehran in 2016. Then, she accepted for M.Sc. at the Sharif University of Technology in 2017 and joined the Chemistry Department and Dr. shahrokhian Research group. Her MSs Thesis focused on the fabrication of supercapacitors based on the modified carbon spheres using transition metal oxides / hydroxides. She received her MSc. degree in Analytical Chemistry in 2020. She started Ph.D. here in 2020 and now her research concerns about design and fabricating supercapacitors based on carbon materials and redox electrolytes.

Email adress: abasisamane337@yahoo.com

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Hanie Sharifpour

Research Field: Supercapacitor

Hanie sharifpour received her BSc. degree in applied chemistry from kharazmi university, Tehran, Iran, in 2014. Then She completed her M.Sc. grade in analytical chemistry, electrochemistry, in chemistry and physics department at alzahra university Tehran, Iran in 2019. Her M.Sc. thesis was focused on the energy storage system in particular supercapacitor. She started working on electrochemically synthesized electrode materials based on transition metal oxides and sulfides. She has joined Prof. Shahrokhian research group as Ph.D. student since 2020. Currently her research interests about using supercapacitor electrodes for captive deionization (CDI) and their application in water desalination technologies. .

Email adress: Hanie.sharifpoor@gmail.com

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Bahar Mostafiz

Research Field: Electrochemical sensor

Bahar Mostafiz was born in Tehran, Iran (1994). She received her BSc. degree in Pure Chemistry and her M.Sc. degree in Analytical Chemistry from the Alzahra University in 2017 and 2020 respectively. Her Master’s thesis was focused on development of electrochemical sensors by incorporating CPE, MIPs and deep eutectic solvents. Then in 2021 she joined the Chemistry Department here at Sharif University of Technology. Currently she is conducting research under the supervision of Dr. Shahrokhian in electrochemical research laboratory, focusing on development of wearable analytical devices.

Email adress: bahar.mostafiz@ch.sharif.edu

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M. Sc. Students

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Zahra darvishmehr

zahra.dvm96@gmail.com

Research Field: Electrochemical sensor

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Zeynab kazemi

shkazemi7677@gmail.com

Research Field: Electrochemical sensor