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Faculty, by Name

Morteza Eslamian

Morteza Eslamian

Platform:
Research Base of Introduce Talents
Title:
Associate Professor
Office:
Room 413, UM-SJTU JI Building
Tel:
86-2134207249
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Email:
Morteza.Eslamian@sjtu.edu.cn
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Biographical Information

Dr. Eslamian received his PhD from the University of Toronto in 2006. He is a thermal-fluid science specialist, who has been working on the applications of spray technology in the synthesis of functional materials, nanoparticles and thin films. His research interests include but are not limited to thin film solar cells and thin film devices, nanoparticle research, nanofluids, thermodiffusion and thermophoresis, sprays and atomization, and other areas related to thermal fluid sciences and materials synthesis. He is currently an associate professor in the University of Michigan-Shanghai Jiao Tong University Joint Institute, and cross-appointed in the State Key Lab for Composite Materials, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University.

 

Research Interests

·         Thin films and thin film devices

·         Emerging Photovoltaics

·         Micro and Nano Energy Conversion and Transport

·         Micro and nano-particle fabrication and modeling

 

Selected Publications

[1]  M. Eslamian, Inorganic and Organic Solution-Processed Thin Film Devices, Nano-Micro Letters. 2016, DOI: 10.1007/s40820- 016-0106-4.

[2]  M. Ahmadian-Yazdi, F. Zabihi, M. Habibi, M. Eslamian, Effects of Process Parameters on Characteristics of Mixed-Halide Perovskite Solar Cells Fabricated by Single-Step and Two-step Sequential Coating, Nanoscale Research Letters, 11 (2016) 408.

[3]  M. Habibi, F. Zabihi, M.R. Ahmadian-Yazdi, M. Eslamian, Progress in Emerging Solution-Processed Thin Film Solar Cells– Part II: Perovskite Solar Cells, Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, 62 (2016) 1012-1031.

[4]  F. Zabihi, M. Ahmadian-Yazdi, M. Eslamian, Fundamental Study on the Fabrication of Planar Perovskite Solar Cells using Two-Step Sequential Substrate Vibration-Assisted Spray Coating (2S-SVASC), Nanoscale Research Letters, 11 (2016) 71.

[5]  M. Habibi, A. Rahimzadeh, M. Eslamian, On Dewetting of Thin Films due to Crystallization (Crystallization Dewetting), European Physical Journal E, 39 (2016) 30.

[6]  Q. Wang, M. Eslamian, Improving Uniformity and Nanostructure of Solution-Processed Thin Films using Ultrasonic Substrate Vibration Post Treatment (SVPT), Ultrasonics, 67 (2016) 55-64.

[7]  Q. Wang, Y. Xie, F. Soltani-Kordshuli, M. Eslamian, Progress in Emerging Solution-Processed Thin Film Solar Cells– Part I: Polymer Solar Cells, Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, 56 (2016) 347–361.

[8]  M. Habibi, M. Eslamian, F. Soltani-Kordshuli, F. Zabihi, Controlled Wetting/Dewetting Through Substrate Vibration-Assisted Spray Coating (SVASC), Journal of Coatings Technology and Research, 13 (2016) 211-225.

[9]  M. Eslamian, F. Zabihi, Ultrasonic Substrate Vibration-Assisted Drop Casting (SVADC) for the Fabrication of Photovoltaic Solar Cell Arrays and Thin-Film Devices, Nanoscale Research Letters 10 (2015) 462.

[10] Q. Wang, M-R. Ahmadian-Yazdi, M. Eslamian, Investigation of Morphology and Physical Properties of Modified PEDOT: PSS Films via In-Situ Grafting Method, Synthetic Metals, 209 (2015) 521-527.

 

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