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Maziar S. Yaghmaee

 

RESUME

 

 

 

check my complete scientific resume

      till April 2012 in this PDF formt

      since 2012-3 till 2017 in this PDF formt (short version)

if you need anything else, let me know by e-mail (included in CV)

 


 

postal address:

                    to: Dr. M.S.Yaghmaee

                    Materials and Energy Research Center,

                    Emam Khomeini Blvd,

                    Meshkin Dasht,

                    Karaj,

                    IRAN

          or P.O. Box: 31787-316

 


 

e-mail:                       fkmsahba@uni-miskolc.hu      &      maziaryaghmaee@gmail.com         

fax from/out Iran:      (+98) 026-36201888            (mention on each page "to: Dr. M.S.Yaghmaee")

fax out of Iran:           0098-21-88773352              (mention on each page "to: Dr. M.S.Yaghmaee")

tel. from/out Iran:      (+98) 026-36280040-(7)      (inner line "463" or mentioned my name)

tel. out of Iran:           0098-26-88771578              (inner line "463" or mentioned my name)

 

SMS or Voice-Message:     (+98) 0912-1221175

 

 

 

 

PROJECTS

 

* My actual Official Projects in MERC
 

- Inner Cohesion of Nano-Structured Materials (inner MERC project)

- General Equation of Surface Cohesion and Surface Energy of Solids (inner MERC project)

- Gibbs free energy of nano-materials at solid state (M.Sc. student project)

- wetting, electrowetting and surface tension (Ph.D. student)

- surface energy (Ph.D. student)

- electrochemical sensor (M.Sc. and Ph.D. students)

- electrophoresis and effect of electric field on suspensions (M.Sc. and Ph.D. students)

- Li Battery

- Ni-Cd Battery

- and other

 

* My near future Projects (for M.Sc./Ph.D. thesis or inner-MERC projects)

modeling, programing (Ph.D. students may collaborate)

- bulk cohesion of compounds (ceramics, metallic and …)
- surface cohesion of of compounds (ceramics, metallic and …)
- surface/nano binary phase diagrams
- size/shape dependency (nano-scale) of surface energy
- size/shape dependency (nano-scale) of activity/bio-activity of material
s
- and other topics related to Thermodynamics of Materials at Surface and Nano-scale- wetting and electro-wetting phenomenon

experimental

- topics related to Thermodynamics of Materials at Surface and Nano-scale

- Wetting (dynamics or static)

- Electrowetting

- Surface Tension of Nano-Fluids

- Li Battery

- Electrochemical Sensors (O2, CO, CH4, H2S, ...)

 

* My actual extra activity in MERC

- Book (in persian) about Education, Phylosophy and ...

- Book (in English) about unknown rules phase diagram (Ph.D. students may collaborate as Thesis)

- Book (in persian) about Surface and Nano-Thermodynamics

 

* My far future (long-term) Projects of Scientific Mysteries can be check at Questions Window

 

 

 

 

LECTURES or COURSES

 

Lectures

(list only since 2011 in MERC, for others check the CV)

 

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for M.Sc. level

   * 2017-8 I semester: Lectures, 2 units (for pre-Nano/Bio/Selection-materials engineering)

   News (for Bio/Selection-materials): 1-News

   News (for Bio/Selection-materials): 2-News

   News (for Bio/Selection-materials): 3-News

 

   News (for Nano-materials): 1-News

   News (for Nano-materials): 2-News

   News (for Nano-materials): 3-News

 

   Actual/Final Syllabus: syllabus   (updated each week after lecture)

   temp. supplementary Mat.s for next lecture: PDF

   ...

 

for M.Sc. level

   * 2017-8 I semester: Thermodynamics of Materials, 3 units (for pre-nano-materials engineering)

   Actual/Final Syllabus: syllabus   (updated each week after lecture)

   temp. supplementary Mat.s for next lecture: PDF

   written exam time-table: time

   ...

 


for M.Sc. level

   * 2016-7 I semester: Thermodynamics of Materials, 3 units (for pre-nano-materials engineering)

 

for Ph.D. level

   * 2015-6 II semester: Topics on Electrokinetics Phenomena, 2 units (for materials engineering)

 

for Ph.D. level

   * 2015-6 II semester: Topics on Modeling and Simulation, 2 units (for materials engineering)

 

for Ph.D. level

   * 2015-6 I semester: Topics on advanced Thermodynamics of Materials, 2 units (for materials engineering)

 

for Ph.D. level

   * 2013-4 I semester: Topics on advanced Thermodynamics of Materials, 2 units (for materials engineering)

 

for M.Sc. level

   * 2012-3 II semester: Advanced Thermodynamics, 3 units (for nano-materials engineering)

 

for Ph.D. level

   * 2012-3 I semester: Topics on advanced Thermodynamics of Materials, 2 units (for materials engineering)

  

for M.Sc. level

   * 2011-2 II semester: Advanced Thermodynamics, 3 units (for nano-materials engineering)

 

 

 

QUESTIONS

 

List of my main Actual Questions:

- effect of size and shape on surface properties of materials

- effect of Electrical Field on Thermodynamical Properties of Materials (Fluid as well as Solid)

- effect of Gravity Field on on Thermodynamical Properties of Materials

- Universal Equation of Thermodynamics

- effect of my Questions on You !!!

 

Exact Scientific Problems (topics for Philosophy of Science Courses)

Contact me for starting
 

1. is there a new science or un-founded behavior of nature at nano-scale OR everything new we observe at nano-scale is 100% due to only surface effect?
Those who believe that 100% is due to surface effect should prove that there is nothing (totally nothing new at nano-scale and everything 100% is due to surface-effect only)!

 

2. How gravity effect our knowledge about the materials from the materials science view point?
Could we sense anything new as the effect of gravity inside our Potential Energy Scale (Gibbs or anyone you like) as if there is anything new then we have to be able to show it on our scientific scale of energy!

 

3. Why the array of entropy in II-law shows increasing trend but in nature (earth kind of life) we see ordering and organization and by time the nature makes organic evolution more complicated which seems to be opposite to the direction of II-law in time!
General Views

 

this is for my friends who try to solve the mystery of Universe:
- List of unsolved problems in physics: physics phenomena
- List of unsolved problems in chemistry: chemistry phenomena
I also to suggest to read the nobel ideas of these Nobel Prize Winers (they are simple but difficult to make them)

      Nobels in Physics, Nobels in Chemistry and Nobels in Physiology or Medicine
 

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

 

please check the list of my Publications (divided in years) in PDF file of my CV in Resume section (above)

if you need anything else, elt me know by e-mail (included in CV)

 

Most important papers in Jounrals: link

 

Published Books or Text-books: link

 

Developed Softwares and Setups: link

 

 

 

 

INTERESTS

 

* Scientific Interests

 

for the time being you can check a general INTERESTS fields inside of my CV in Resume section (above), but you can see my actual projects or future projects in Projects section too (above)

 

 


 

other Interests to share

 

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--- --- --- Temporally text section for students and young researchers

1. understand the question you deal with? (needed to be explained by your Supervisor or Professor)
2. dividing the subject or question in to small parts. (needed to be learned from your own Professor)
3. but first you need to be able to read a paper in a correct way.
So, check this web-side and read it: click here 
How to Read a Scientific Paper by John W. Little and Roy Parker, University of Arizona

 

 


 

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