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Hatef Sadeghi

Master of Electrical - Electronics and Telecommunication
 Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
81310 UTM Skudai, Johor Darul Takzim, MALAYSIA
Handphone: 0060 17 247 2040
e-mail: hatef.sadeghi [at] gmail.com
Academic e-mail: hatef [at] fkegraduate.utm.my, shatef2 [at] live.utm.my
Webpage: http://hatef.fkegraduate.utm.my

Main research area: Carbon Based Nano-Electronic Devices (CNT, GNR, BGN & TGN FET)


 Summary:

I am Hatef Sadeghi, graduate student in the field of Electronics Engineering (Nanoelectronics Devices) at University of Technology in Malaysia (UTM) and a member of Computational Nanoelectronics (CoNE) Research Group. My main research area is modeling and simulation of Nanoelectronics Devices specifically based on Graphene Nanoribbon and carbon Nanotube. I have done my master project entitled: "Carrier Statistics and Conductance Modeling of Bilayer Graphene Nonoribbon (BGN) in BGN Filed Effect Transistor under Datuk Prof Ishak supervision and Prof. Dr. Razali Co-Suppervison." I have done some researches on this area which the details are reflected in here. I was born in Mianeh, a small city in the state of Azerbaijan-e-Sharqi, IRAN and now I am living in Skudai, Malaysia.

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Research Area
  • Nano Electronic Devices and Applications
  • Mono-layer, Bi-layer and Tri-layer Graphene Nanoribbon Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Properties
  • Carbon Nanotube Electronic Properties
  • Carbon based Field Effect Transistors (C-FET)
  • Carbon based Nano-scale Antennas

Publication

   .: Journal Papers
  1. Hatef Sadeghi, M. T. Ahmadi, B. I. Ishak, S. M. Mousavi and Razali Ismail, “Ballistic Conductance Model of Bilayer Graphene Nanoribbon (BGN),” Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience vol. 8(10), pp. 1993-1998, 2011. DOI:10.1166/jctn.2011.1915 (IF=0.9)
  2. S. Mahdi Mousavi, M. T. Ahmadi, Hatef Sadeghi, Azadeh Nilghaz, Azizah Amin, Zaharah Johari and Razali Ismail, “Bilayer Graphene Nanoribbon Carrier Statistic in the Degenerate and the Non-Degenerate Limits,” Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience vol. 8(10), pp. 2029-2032, 2011. DOI:10.1166/jctn.2011.1921 (IF=0.9)
  3. M. H. Ghadiry, Asrulnizam Abd Manaf, M. T. Ahmadi, Hatef Sadeghi, and M. Nadi Senejani, “Design and Analysis of a New Carbone Nanotube Full Adder Cell,” Journal of Nanomaterials, vol. 2011, Article ID 906237, 6 pages, 2011. DOI:10.1155/2011/906237 (IF= 1.023)
  4. Sara Sangtarash, Hatef Sadeghi, M. T. Ahmadi, M. H. Ghadiry, Sohail Anwar and Razali Ismail, “Schottky Current in Carbon Nanotube - Metal Contact.”
  5. Hatef Sadeghi, M. T. Ahmadi, S. M. Mousavi, M. H. Ghadiry and Razali Ismail, “Channel Conductance of ABA Stacking Trilayer Graphene Nanoribbon Field Effect Transistor.” Modern Physics Letters B, Vol. 26, 8, 1250047, 2012. DOI:10.1142/S0217984912500479 (IF=0.6)
  6. S. M. Mousavi, M. T. Ahmadi, Hatef Sadeghi, and Razali Ismail, “Bilayer GNR Mobility Model in Ballistic Transport Limit.”
    • Under review
  7. Mahdiar H. Ghadiry, Asrulnizam Abd Manaf, Mahdieh Nadi S., Hatef Sadeghi and Sohail Anwar, “Breakdown Voltage Model in Double Gate Graphene Nanoribbon Transistors.”
    • Under review
  8. Fatimah K. A. Hamid, N. Aziziah Amin, Zaharah Johari, Hatef Sadeghi, M.A. Nurudin, M. T. Ahmadi, Razali Ismail, "Effective Channel Length on a Silicon Nanowire FinFET."
    • Under review
   .: Book Chapter
  1. Hatef Sadeghi, S. M. Mousavi, M. Rahmani, Chapter 9: Bilayer Graphene Nanoribbon Physical Concept, in An Introduction to Advanced Nanoelectronics, Razali Ismail, M. T. Ahmadi, Soheil Anwar, Editor. 2011, Taylor and Francis.

  2. S. M. Mousavi, M. Rahmani, Hatef Sadeghi, Chapter 10: BGNR Mobility and Schottky Current, in An Introduction to Advanced Nanoelectronics, Razali Ismail, M. T. Ahmadi, Soheil Anwar, Editor. 2011, Taylor and Francis.

  3. M. Rahmani, Hatef Sadeghi, S. M. Mousavi, Chapter 11: Trilayer Graphene Nanoribbon, in An Introduction to Advanced Nanoelectronics, Razali Ismail, M. T. Ahmadi, Soheil Anwar, Editor. 2011, Taylor and Francis.
   .: Conference Papers
  1. H. Sadeghi, M. T. Ahmadi, Jeff F. Webb, S. M. Mousavi, Razali Ismail and Ishak Ismail, "Carrier Statistic Model for a Bilayer Graphene in the Non-degenerate Regime."
  2. M. T. Ahmadi, J. F. Webb, N. A. Amin, S. M. Mousavi, H. Sadeghi, M. R. Neilchiyan and R. Ismail, "Carbon Nanotube Capacitance Model in the Degenerate and the Nondegenerate Regimes."
  3. S. M. Mousavi, M. T. Ahmadi, H. Sadeghi, Jeff F. Webb and Razali Ismail, "Bilayer Graphene Nanoribbon Carrier Statistics in the Degenerate Regime."
  4. S. M. Mousavi,  M. T. Ahmadi, Hatef Sadeghi, N. Aziziah Amin Zaharah Johari, Razali Ismail and Sohail Anwar, "Bilayer Graphene Nanoribbon Conductance Model in Parabolic Band Structure."
  5. Hatef Sadeghi, Sara Sangtarash and M. T. Ahmadi, "Bilayer Graphene Conductance Model in the Degenerate Limit."
  6. Hatef Sadeghi, M. T. Ahmadi, Sara Sangtarash and Razali Ismail, "Biased Voltage Boundary Condition to Operate Bilayer Graphene in the Insulating Region."
  7. Hatef Sadeghi, "Designing Fast Fourier Transform using Verilog and Simulation by Quartus II"
  8. Hatef Sadeghi, "Design HAPS coverage to provide a footprint for the whole state of Perak"
  9. Meisam Rahmani, M.T. Ahmadi, N. Shayesteh, S. M. Mousavi, H. Sadeghi, Razali Ismail “Trilayer Graphene Nanoribbon Carrier Statistic in Degenerate and Nondegenerate Limits.
  10. Nahid shayeste, M.T.Ahmadi, M.Rahmani, H. Sadeghi, S. M. Mousavi, Razali Ismail “Current – Voltage Modeling of GNR Schttky diods in parabolic band structure limit.”
  11. Hatef Sadeghi, Jean-Michel Redouté, Daniel T. H. Lai, Mohammad Taghi Ahmadi, Razali Ismail, “A Review on: Carbon Based Materials as On-chip Interconnects.”
  12. Asrulnizam Abd Manaf, M. Hosseinghadiry, S. Mehdi Mousavi, H. Sadeghi, "Study the Effect of Applied Voltage on Propagation Delay of Bilayer Graphene Nanoribbon Transistor"
  13. Sara Sangtarash, Hatef  Sadeghi, Walid A. Hassan, Horace L. King, T. A. Rahman, "Using Cognitive Radio Interference Mitigation Technique to Enhance Coexistence and Sharing Between DVB-T and LTE System"
Recent News in Graphene
  • Charged impurities proven to be the source of low electron mobility in graphene Researchers from Vanderbilt say they now understand for certain why graphene is so sensitive to its electrical environment. Solving this issue will allow to have better electron mobility in graphene ...
    Posted Mar 15, 2012, 6:03 AM by Hatef Sadeghi
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    Posted Jan 27, 2012, 5:57 AM by Hatef Sadeghi
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    Posted Jan 8, 2012, 5:10 AM by Hatef Sadeghi
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    Posted Dec 20, 2011, 8:26 AM by Hatef Sadeghi
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    Posted Dec 11, 2011, 6:48 PM by Hatef Sadeghi
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    Posted Dec 11, 2011, 6:46 PM by Hatef Sadeghi
  • Graphene oxide spun into several meters long fibers Researchers from China's Zhejiang University in Hangzhou demonstrated meter long graphene fibers - made from nano-sized flakes of graphene oxide. These fibers are strong and flexible and can be ...
    Posted Dec 11, 2011, 6:44 PM by Hatef Sadeghi
  • Graphene used as a transparent conducting layer for UV LEDs Researchers from Korea and the USA developed a Ultraviolet nitride (UV) LED that uses a few layers of graphene as a transparent conducting layer. They say that Graphene may prove ...
    Posted Nov 10, 2011, 8:57 AM by Hatef Sadeghi
  • Dramatic optical limiting effect in graphene demonstrated Researchers from Singapore and the UK demonstrated a dramatic optical limiting effect in graphene using dispersed sub-oxidized graphene. While transparency in graphene is useful, having non-transparent (or light ...
    Posted Nov 8, 2011, 2:36 AM by Hatef Sadeghi
  • Korean researchers fabricated a stretchable, transparent graphene-based transistor Korean researchers fabricated a stretchable, transparent graphene-based transistor. They say that the new to transistor overcomes some of the problems faced by transistors made of conventional semiconductor materials - which ...
    Posted Oct 28, 2011, 1:55 AM by Hatef Sadeghi
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Future Applications of Graphene

The 2010 Nobel prize for physics was awarded Tuesday to two professors from the University of Manchester in England for "groundbreaking" experiments with the two-dimensional material graphene.
The professors are Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov, both originally from Russia.
Andre Geim's Graphene introduction and research update lecture

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