School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Tehran
Curriculum Vitae

Research interests

Sept. 2012-present, University of Tehran, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Thin Film Lab.
Supervisor: Prof. Ebrahim Asl Soleimani, Dr. Mostafa Zahedifar
Thesis title: "Utilization of plasmonic nanostructures in silicon based solar cells"

Sept. 2008-July 2011, University of Kashan, Kashan, Isfahan, Iran
Supervisor: Dr. Mostafa Zahedifar
Thesis title: "Fabrication of solar cell based on Silicon and Germanium nanowires by Electroless and CVD methods and consideration of its photovoltaic properties"
Master seminar: "Fabrication silicon nanowires and their application in solar cells"

Sept. 2004-June. 2008 University of Kurdistan, Sanandaj, Kurdistan, Iran 
Thesis title: "Introduction to knowledge of Lightning"

Sept. 2000-June. 2004 Sheikh Mofid boarding school, Ardabil, Iran  

Specific Qualifications

PVsyst is designed to be used by architects, engineer, and researchers. It is also a very useful educative tool. It includes a detailed contextual Help menu that explains the procedures and models that are used, and offers a user-freindly approach with guide to develop a project. PVsyst is able to import meteo data from many different sources, as well as personal data.

RETScreen is a Clean Energy Management Software system for energy efficiency, renewable energy and cogeneration project feasibility analysis as well as ongoing energy performance analysis.

Lumerical helps designers tackle challenging design goals and meet deadlines. It has pioneered breakthrough simulation technologies that help bring new photonic product concepts to life. Lumerical envisions a future where nanoscale photonic devices are pervasive.

SCAPS (Solar Cell Capacitance Simulator) is a one dimensional solar cell simulation program. It was originally developed for cell structures of the CuInSe2 and the CdTe family. Recent developments make the programme now also applicable to crystalline solar cells (Si and GaAs family) and amorphous cells (a-Si and micromorphous Si).

AFORS-HET is a numerical computer simulation program for modeling heterojunction solar cells and measurements, developed at Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin.

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Voluntary Work