Dr. Sadeghi is an Assistant Professor and UKRI Future Leaders Fellow in the School of Engineering at the University of Warwick. He was a Lecturer in Physics in the Department of Physics at Lancaster University before joining Warwick on September 2019. His main research area is theoretical nanoscale electronics. He is a recipient of two prestigious fellowships, the Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship in June 2017 and the UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship in Feb 2019. He has published more than 100 peer-reviewed papers in high ranked journals. He collaborates at the interface between Physics, Chemistry and Electronic Engineering. He co-created the quantum transport code "Gollum" and is its manager, a co-licence holder and co-author.
- Nanoscale materials modelling i.e. Quantum, phonon and spin transport; Environmental effects
- Molecular electronics i.e. Quantum and phonon interference; Energy harvesting e.g. Thermoelectricity and Piezoelectricity; Biological sensing; Spintronic; Optoelectronics; Molecular electronic building blocks
- One and two dimensional materials i.e. Van-der Waals heterostructures; Graphene electrodes; Molecular graphene nanoribbons
- Multiscale modelling i.e. Density functional theory; Tight-binding modelling; Molecular dynamics; Quantum transport
- GOLLUM: We co-develop the next generation quantum transport simulation tool: GOLLUM