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Mohammad Ali Vesaghi

Professor of Physics

Sharif University of Technology

Tehran 1458889694, Iran

Physics Department, Room 523
Tel: +98 21 6616 4520
Fax: +98 21 6602 2711

PhD Physics

University of Chicago 1981

Personal Page: http://sina.sharif.edu/~vesaghi



Recent Publication:

- Effect of Geometry, Joule Heating, and Critical Current on the Responsivity of MOD Superconducting Transition Edge Sensors,

  Mehdi Hosseini, Ali Moftakharzadeh, Alireza Kokabi, Mohammad Ali Vesaghi, Mehdi Fardmanesh,  Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism 26 (2013) 831-834

- Design of a PCM storage system for a solar absorption chiller based on exergoeconomic analysis and genetic algorithm,

  Ali Abbasi Godarzi, Masoud Jalilian, Jalal Samimi, Ali Jokar, Mohammad Ali Vesaghi, International Journal of Refrigeration 36 (2013) 88-101

- Ni nanoparticle catalyzed growth of MWCNTs on Cu NPs @ a-C:H substrate,

  T. Ghodselahi, S. Solaymani, M. Akbarzadeh Pasha, M.A. Vesaghi, Eur. Phys. J. D 66 (2012) 30074-8

- A Finite Element Model of Coupled Multi-physics Fields for Opto-electromechanical Actuators,

  Masih O. Mahmoudpour, Abolghasem Zabihollah, Mohammad A. Vesaghi, IJMSE 2 (2012) 15-21

- Many-electron states of nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond and spin density calculations,

  Ahmad Ranjbar, Mohsen Babamoradi, Mehdi Heidari Saani, Mohammad Ali Vesaghi, Keivan Esfarjani, Yoshiyuki Kawazoe, PRB 84(2011) 165212

- Compound Hertzian chain model for copper–carbon nanocomposites’absorption spectrum,

   A. Kokabi, M. Hosseini, S. Saeedi, A. Moftakharzadeh, M.A. Vesaghi, M. Fardmanesh, Micro&Nano Letter, V6 (2011) 277-279

- Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance o fCu@Cu2O core–shell nanoparticles: Absorption, Scattering and Luminescence,

  T. Ghodselahi , M.A.Vesaghi, Physica B 406 (2011) 2678–2683

- Maximally Entangled States in the Hydrogen Molecule: The Role of Spin and Correlation,

   Mohammad Ali Vesaghi, Mohsen Babamoradi, Mehdi Heidari Saani, Journal of Modern Physics, 2011, 2, 664-668

- Direct production of carbon nanotubes decorated with Cu2O by thermal chemical vapor deposition on Ni catalyst electroplated on a copper       substrate,

  S. Nayeb Sadeghi,  A. Shafiekhani,  M. A. Vesaghi, J Nanopart Res (2011) 13:4681–4689

- Metal–nonmetal transition in the copper–carbon nanocomposite films,

   T. Ghodselahi , M.A.Vesaghi , A.Shafiekhani , M.Ahmadi , M.Panahandeh , M.HeidariSaani,  Physica B 405 (2010) 3949–3951

- The evolution of catalyst layer morphology and sub-surface growth of CNTs over the hot filament grown Fe–Cr thin films,

   M. Akbarzadeh Pasha, M. Ranjbar, M.A. Vesaghi, A. Shafiekhani, Applied Surface Science 257 (2010) 1511–1515

- The effect of temperature on the TCVD growth of CNTs from LPG over Pd nanoparticles prepared by laser ablation,

   M. AkbarzadehPasha , R.Poursalehi , M.A.Vesaghi , A.Shafiekhani, Physica B 405 (2010) 3468–3474

- Study of surface plasmon resonance of Cu@Cu2O core–shell nanoparticles by Mie theory,

  T Ghodselahi1, M A Vesaghi1, A Shafiekhani, J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 42 (2009) 015308-015314

- Hot filament CVD of Fe–Cr catalyst for thermal CVD carbon nanotube growth from liquid petroleum gas,

  M. Akbarzadeh Pasha, A. Shafiekhani, M.A. Vesaghi, Applied Surface Science 256 (2009) 1365–1371

- Investigation of Bias Current and Modulation Frequency Dependences of Detectivity of YBCO TES

   and the Effects of Coating of Cu–C Composite Absorber Layer,

   Ali Moftakharzadeh, Alireza Kokabi, Ali Bozbey, Tayebeh Ghodselahi, Mohammad Ali Vesaghi, Sina Khorasani, Senior Member, IEEE,

   Marko Banzet, Juergen Schubert, and Mehdi Fardmanesh, Senior Member, IEEE, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON APPLIED SUPERCONDUCTIVITY,  19 (2009) 3688

- Spin dependent recombination in magnetic semiconductor,

  Hojjat Tashpour, M. A. Vesaghi, APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 94, (2009) 242103


- Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles Array and Application of Their Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance in Biosensor Design

  T Ghodselahi, T Neishaboory nejad, M A Vesaghi, K Zand Salimi, H Mobasheri, 2010 International Conference on Nanotechnology and Biosensors

  IPCBEE vol.2 (2011) © (2011) IACSIT Press, Singapore



Research Interests

Nano structures: Metallic nanoparticles; nanotube and nanosensors, Diamond like carbon, Semiconductor devices; Renewable energy.


Research Plan

A new technique of non wet and room temperature for making nanoparticles is established and utilized to produce metallic nanoparticles embedded in or over carbon films. Various properties such as optical absorption, Surface Plasmon Resonance, electrical conductivity and biosensing of these materials are studied. This technique is also used to produce homemade nanotube with metallic nanoparticles over. Various diamond vacancies which are potentials for quantum information applications were studied in my group too. We also do some work for renewable energy such as high altitude wind turbine and new solar cells.