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The Faculty of Physics provides research opportunities to the students in a wide variety of topics and specializations in fundamental and applied physics. Educational programs in this faculty provide the means to the students to immerse themselves into fundamentals of the nature, and cutting-edge technological innovations.

Our History

Physics, as a subject concerned with the observation and understanding of all basic phenomena in the categories of mater and energy, forms the basis of all the other natural sciences right up to life sciences and medicine as well as the bases for engineering and technology. The Faculty of Physics interests mainly revolve around fundamental and applied physics (with more emphasis given to the latter) in a wide variety of topics and specializations. The Faculty members and students work on problems where extreme conditions may reveal new behavior; from cosmology (the cluster of galaxies or the entire universe) to elementary particle physics; from collisions of nuclei at low energy to the effects of interaction of  radiation with matter which are important to industrial and medical applications; from individual atoms to unusual materials, such as high temperature super conductors and those that are important to micro-electronics to nanotechnology and biology.

Research

The Faculty of Physics focus of research is on the following areas:

Core research areas:

  • Bioelectric Artificial Organs Laboratory
  • Solar Cells
  • Quantum Dots
  • Nano-Electronics
  • Room Temperature Superconductors
  • Super fluidity
  • Low-Dimensional Semiconductors
  • Magnetic Materials
  • Topological Color-Codes
  • Thin-Films
  • Micro-Fluidity
  • Structural Analysis of Materials
  • Transport Phenomena

Core Research Areas:

  • Radiation therapy (BNCT, Proton Therapy, Brachytherapy)
  • Nano Radiosensitizers
  • Neutron Reflectometry
  • Few-Body Systems
  • Nuclear Structure Theory
  • Computational/Numerical/Monte-Carlo Studies
  • Well-logging
  • Nuclear Gauge design
  • Radiation Application in industrial

Core Research Aeras:

  • 3D Printing
  • Laser and Optical Therapy
  • Plasma Physics
  • Plasma Modeling & Simulation
  • Plasma Instabilities
  • Plasma -Surface Interaction
  • Biophotonics

Core Research Areas:

  • High-Energy Astrophysics
  • Cosmic Rays
  • Extensive air showers
  • Cosmology
  • Black hole physics
  • Quantum physics in Cosmos
  • Modified Gravity Theories
  • Loop Quantum Gravity
Condensed Matter Physics

Core research areas:

  • Bioelectric Artificial Organs Laboratory
  • Solar Cells
  • Quantum Dots
  • Nano-Electronics
  • Room Temperature Superconductors
  • Super fluidity
  • Low-Dimensional Semiconductors
  • Magnetic Materials
  • Topological Color-Codes
  • Thin-Films
  • Micro-Fluidity
  • Structural Analysis of Materials
  • Transport Phenomena
Nuclear Physics

Core Research Areas:

  • Radiation therapy (BNCT, Proton Therapy, Brachytherapy)
  • Nano Radiosensitizers
  • Neutron Reflectometry
  • Few-Body Systems
  • Nuclear Structure Theory
  • Computational/Numerical/Monte-Carlo Studies
  • Well-logging
  • Nuclear Gauge design
  • Radiation Application in industrial
AMO/Plasma Physics

Core Research Aeras:

  • 3D Printing
  • Laser and Optical Therapy
  • Plasma Physics
  • Plasma Modeling & Simulation
  • Plasma Instabilities
  • Plasma -Surface Interaction
  • Biophotonics
Astrophysics, Cosmology and Gravitation

Core Research Areas:

  • High-Energy Astrophysics
  • Cosmic Rays
  • Extensive air showers
  • Cosmology
  • Black hole physics
  • Quantum physics in Cosmos
  • Modified Gravity Theories
  • Loop Quantum Gravity

Prominent Research Labs:

Academics

The Faculty of Physics offers B.Sc, M.Sc and PhD  programs in a diverse fields of study. This faculty comprises of three academic departments and offers the following programs:

Programs and Degrees:

BSc MSc PhD
General Physics Condensed Matter Physics

Nuclear Physics

AMO/Plasma Physics

Gravitation and Astro-Physics

Condensed Matter Physics

Nuclear Physics

Scientific Journal

Department of Nuclear Physics publishes a biannual international scientific-research journal jointly with Nuclear Society of Iran (http://rpe.kntu.ac.ir). The journal provides a high quality medium for publication of substantial, original and scientific papers on the development and the enhancement of radiation physics and radiation engineering, and facilitates communication among physicists, to publish the results of research, develop collaboration between researchers from different research centers and universities in all over the world.

 

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Faculty Members

Faculty MemberFacultyDepartment

Afzali, Reza


Reza Afzali

Reza Afzali
Associate Professor
afzali@kntu.ac.ir

PhysicsSolid State Physics

Afzalzadeh, Reza


Reza Afzalzadeh

Reza Afzalzadeh
Associate Professor
afzalzadeh@kntu.ac.ir

PhysicsSolid State Physics

Hamzehpour, Hossein


Hossein Hamzehpour

Hossein Hamzehpour
Associate Professor
hamzehpour@kntu.ac.ir

PhysicsSolid State Physics

Hatami, Mohammad Mohsen


Mohammad Mohsen Hatami

Mohammad Mohsen Hatami
Associate Professor
m_hatami@kntu.ac.ir

PhysicsCondensed Matter physics

Hedayati Khalilabad, Hadi


Hadi Hedayati Khalilabad

Hadi Hedayati Khalilabad
Assistant Professor
hedayati@kntu.ac.ir

PhysicsCondensed Matter physics

Izadi, Azam


Azam Izadi

Azam Izadi
Assistant Professor
aizadi@kntu.ac.ir

PhysicsCondensed Matter physics

Jafari, Mahmoud


Mahmoud Jafari

Mahmoud Jafari
Associate Professor
jafari@kntu.ac.ir

PhysicsSolid State Physics

Masoudi, Seyed Farhad


Seyed Farhad Masoudi

Seyed Farhad Masoudi
Professor
masoudi@kntu.ac.ir

PhysicsNuclear Physics

Radin, Mehdi


Mehdi Radin

Mehdi Radin
Associate Professor
radin@kntu.ac.ir

PhysicsNuclear Physics

Rahmani, Faezeh


Faezeh Rahmani

Faezeh Rahmani
Associate Professor
frahmani@kntu.ac.ir

PhysicsNuclear Physics

Rezaei, Fatemeh


Fatemeh Rezaei

Fatemeh Rezaei
Assistant Professor
fatemehrezaei@kntu.ac.ir

PhysicsCondensed Matter physics

Riahi Dehkordi, Mohammadreza


Mohammadreza Riahi Dehkordi

Mohammadreza Riahi Dehkordi
Assistant Professor
mr_riahidehkordi@kntu.ac.ir

PhysicsCondensed Matter physics

Salehkoutahi, Seyed Mohsen


Seyed Mohsen Salehkoutahi

Seyed Mohsen Salehkoutahi
Assistant Professor
saleh@kntu.ac.ir

PhysicsNuclear Physics

Samadpour, Mahmoud


Mahmoud Samadpour

Mahmoud Samadpour
Associate Professor
samadpour@kntu.ac.ir

PhysicsCondensed Matter physics

Sedaghatizadeh, Mahmood


Mahmood Sedaghatizadeh

Mahmood Sedaghatizadeh
Associate Professor
sedaghatizadeh@kntu.ac.ir

PhysicsNuclear Physics

Taghizadeh, Javad


Javad Taghizadeh

Javad Taghizadeh
Assistant Professor
taghizadeh@kntu.ac.ir

PhysicsCondensed Matter physics

Vaezzadeh, Majid


Majid Vaezzadeh

Majid Vaezzadeh
Professor
majid@kntu.ac.ir

PhysicsSolid State Physics

Vaezzadeh, Mehdi


Mehdi Vaezzadeh

Mehdi Vaezzadeh
Associate Professor
mehdi@kntu.ac.ir

PhysicsSolid State Physics

Contact Us

Address:Faculty of Physics, K.N. Toosi University of Technology

No. 41, Kavian St., Mojtabaee St., Shariati Ave, Tehran, Iran

Tel: +98-21-2285-7080

Fax: +98-21-2306-4218

Postal Code: 15418-49611

P.O. Box: 15875-4416