PhD Student

Microstructural Analysis Unit

University of Technology Sydney



Mehran has finished his bachelor and master degrees in Material Science Engineering in 2011. His research focused on multiferroic thin film materials. After 3 years doing research and teaching in the field of nanotechnology, he joined UTS-MAU group in 2014.

Mehran’s research involves tuning the composition and structure of deposition during Electron Beam Induced Deposition (EBID) technique.  By tuning the composition and structure of transition metals, he will try to develop high efficiency catalysts.

Project: Development of high efficiency catalysts prepared by Electron Beam Induced Deposition

Research Interest: Nanotechnology, Thin film deposition, Nanofabrication.

Supervisors:  Dr. Charlene Lobo and Prof. Milos Toth


  • ‘Investigation of dark and light conductivities in calcium doped bismuth ferrite thin films’, M Kianinia, K. Ahadi, A. Nemati, Materials Letters, 65, 3086 (2011).
  • ‘Photoconductivity and diode effect in Bi rich multiferroic BiFeO3 thin films grown by pulsed-laser deposition’, K. Ahadi, S. M. Mahdavi, A. Nemati, M. Kianinia, Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, 7, 815-820 (2010).




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