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Department of  Nanotechnology

The advancement of human knowledge in recent years has caused the emergence and expansion of new sciences and technologies. New technologies as a key technology and pivot of sustainable development are among the most important human achievements of the current age that pave the way to solve many of the human problems of the third millennium. Today, the position of countries towards each other is subject to their potential and capabilities in the new sciences and technologies.

Taking into consideration the need for the presence of various industries in the country, the region, and especially the Kerman province, the Faculty of New Sciences and Technologies at the Graduate University of Advanced Technology has started its activities to produce and disseminate knowledge in this sector since 2007. The Faculty of New Sciences and Technologies rely on its capable, committed, and hard-working faculty members, students, and staff to achieve its goals.

Currently, this faculty with six departments including applied mathematics, earth sciences, medical engineering, nanotechnology, nuclear engineering, and photonics is conducting educational and research activities in 14 master and 3 PhD programs.

Among the main objectives of this faculty is to develop basic and applied research and to perform research in new technologies at the national and regional level with the aim of creating change and promoting the countrys position in new technologies worldwide. This faculty aims to create an adequate competitive atmosphere to meet the needs of society and industry and in particular of the region.

MSc. Programs:

1) Nanophysics

2) Nanochemistry

Fields of study:

  • Renewable Energy
  • Nanochemistry
  • Nanocatalysts
  • Nanosensors
  • Fuel cell
  • Nanophotoics
  • Nanostructures
  • Quantum nanoscience

Faculties (Academic Members or Academic Staffs):

1- Dr. Fariba Fathirad

Field of study: Nanochemistry, Nano-catalysts, Nanosensors, Hydrogen evolution, Fuel cell

Academic rank: Assistant professor

Department: Nanotechnology


2- Dr. Hamid Reza Bakhtiarizadeh

Field of study: Nanophysics, Theoretical Physics

Academic rank: Assistant professor

Department: Nanotechnology


3- Dr. Abolfazl Safaei Bezgabadi

Field of study: Atomic and Molecular Physics, Quantum Nonlinear Optics, Nanophotonics

Academic rank: Assistant professor

Department: Nanotechnology



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