Ph.D. researcher at Tampere University
Hamed is a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions PhD candidate in the program of Computing and Electrical Engineering in Tampere University. In his research, he focuses on Printed energy harvesting and storage/system integration. The overall goal of his doctoral dissertation is to develop an integrated, flexible energy harvesting and storage module incorporating printed photovoltaic cell modules for harvesting, a battery for long term storage, and the printed supercapacitor modules, as well as to integrate this energy module with a complete smart label. He received his M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering, Micro and Nano- Electronic Devices in 2019 from Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran polytechnic), Tehran, Iran. He wrote his M.Sc. thesis in the Micro Bio-Technology Lab (MBTechLab) on “Design and fabrication flexible polymeric dry electrodes by MEMS fabrication process for the long-term monitoring of ECG”. He published several papers in related journals, conferences and patents in Iranian Institute of Invention on his work during his master’s degree. His extracurricular activities include Chess, Swim, Jump rope and Badminton.
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