Iranian physicist wins German Alexander Von Humboldt fellowship

TEHRAN (ISNA)- An Iranian physicist Akbar Jafari at Sharif Poly Technique University won German Alexander Von Humboldt Fellowship for Experienced Researchers.

The fellowship is given by Von Humboldt Foundation to foreign associate professors and assistant professors who have graduated less than ten years ago.

Von Humboldt Foundation is awarding research fellowships at different levels to foreign researchers and professors. Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship for Experienced Researchers is given to young associate professors and assistant professors who graduated less than 10 years ago.”

The individuals receiving the fellowship should present a proposal about a certain topic and carry out it along with a German professor.

He also said that it is possible to visit Germany three times, each for 3-6 months, to facilitate the study.

Dr. Jafari is mainly working on Condensed Matter, and his research is investigating the electronic structures of advanced material and strong and irregular electronic systems.

He received his BS in physics at Sharif Poly Technique University in 1999, and received Condensed Matter Diploma from International Center for Theoretical Physics in Italy.

He received PhD at Sharif Poly Technique University in the same major in 2004. He also completed his post-doctoral in Japan in 2006.



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