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Alireza Salehi


Phone No: +98 21 84062425

Email: salehi@kntu.ac.ir

Personal website: http://wp.kntu.ac.ir/asalehi


      Ph.D.: Microelectronics, University of Wales, College of Cardiff, UK, 1995.

      M.Sc.: Electronics Engineering, University of Bremen, Germany, 1992.

      B.Sc.: Electrical Engineering, FH Kiel, Germany, 1986.

Research Interest:

  • Design and Fabrication of Semiconductor Devices
  • Porous Si- and III-V Semiconductor Devices
  • Transparent Conductors as Optoelectronic Devices
  • Organic Materials for Solar Cell and Gas Sensor Applications


Alireza Salehi received his MSc degree from Kiel University of Applied Sciences, Germany, the MSc degree from the University of Bremen, Germany, and the Ph.D. degree from Cardiff University, UK electronics. He joined the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, K. N. Toosi University of Technology as an Assistant Professor in 1996, where he has been elevated as Professor in Nanoelectronics since 2006. His research and teaching interests are the fabrication and analysis of optoelectronic devices using semiconductor and organic materials. His research presently focuses on gas sensors and solar cells based on several semiconductors and organic materials.

Selected journal papers:

  1. Hasani, J. N. Gavgani, R. Mohammadi Pashaki, S. Baseghi, A. Salehi, D. Heo, S. Young Kim, M. Mahyari, “Poly (3,4 ethylene dioxythiophene): Poly (styrene sulfonate)/Iron(III) Porphyrin Supported on S and N Co-Doped Graphene Quantum Dots as a Hole Transport Layer in Polymer Solar Cells,” Science of Advanced Materials.
  2. A. Eslamian, A. Salehi, Z. Miripour, “Comparing different ITO-metal thin film structures for ethanol and carbon dioxide sensing application,” sensor review, 2017.
  3. J. Kiani, A. Salehi, “Deposition of thin film gas sensors based on ZnO layer,” Journal of Iranian Association of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2016.
  4. Hakimi, A. Salehi, F.A. boroumand, “Fabrication and characterization of an ammonia gas sensor based on PEDOT-PSS with N-doped graphene quantum dots dopant,” IEEE sensors journal, 2016.
  5. M. Hakimi, A. Salehi, F.A. Boroumand, “Experimental study on PEDOT: PSS conductive polymer and N-doped graphene quantum dots for H2O2 sensing,” Bulletin de la Societe royale des sciences de liege, 2016.

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Postal Code: 16317-14191

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Tel: +98-21-8846-9084

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