Professor Kourosh Kalantar-zadeh
Kalantar-zadeh, Ph.D. is Professor of
Micro/Nanoelectronics and Sensors at RMIT University, Australia and
Kourosh’s research areas include biosensors, nano-structured thin films and nano-crystal growth, micro-fluidics, MEMS/NEMS, conductive polymers with embedded nano-particles and nanofibers, polymeric optical waveguides, ferroelectric materials, structural characterization of thin films, acoustic waves, and thermoelectric materials.
His papers include A Layered SAW Gas Sensor Based on a Polyaniline/In2O3 Nanofiber Composite, Hydrogen sensing characteristics of WO3 thin film conductometric sensors activated by Pt and Au catalysts, Characterization of ZnO Nanobelt-Based Gas Sensor for H2, NO2, and Hydrocarbon Sensing, Investigation of the oxygen gas sensing performance of Ga2O3 thin films with different dopants, The Fascinating but Deceptive Ferritin: To Measure It or Not to Measure It in Chronic Kidney Disease?, and A novel Love-mode device based on a ZnO/ST-cut quartz crystal structure for sensing applications.
Kourosh earned his Bachelor of Science in Telecommunications at Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran in 1993. He earned his Master of Science in Telecommunications) at Tehran University, Tehran, Iran in 1997. He earned his Ph.D. in Micro/Nano-electronics and Bioelectronics) at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia in 2002.
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