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Dr. Hatef Sadeghi

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 several of which are in Nature, Nature Materials, Nature Nanotechnology, Nano Letters, PNAS, JACS, Nature Communications, ACSNano, Advanced Functional Materials, Angewandte. 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.

Prizes and Awards

Academic Employment

  • 09/2019 - Current: Assistant Professor in Multiscale Modelling and UKRI Future Leaders Fellow, School of Engineering, University of Warwick, UK
  • 05/2019 - 08/2019: Lecturer in Physics and UKRI Future Leaders Fellow, Physics Department, Lancaster University, UK
  • 05/2018 - 04/2019: Leverhulme Fellow and Senior Research Associate, Physics Department, Lancaster University, UK
  • 01/2016 - 04/2018: Senior Research Associate, Physics Department, Lancaster University, UK
  • 11/2011 - 12/2015: Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher, Physics Department, Lancaster University, UK

Research Funding

Project Title: Exploiting quantum and phonon interference for molecular thermoelectricity and Seebeck sensing (MoQPI).Value: £932,096.00 | Duration: 01/05/2019 - 30/04/2023

  • The Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship, Principle investigator, No: ECF-2017-186

Project Title: Quantum and Phonon Interference in Molecular-scale Thermoelectric Materials. Value: £90,000.00 | Duration: 01/05/2018 - 30/04/2021

Selected Invited Talks

  • 09/2019: Conference on Molecular-Scale Thermoelectricity: Materials, Measurements and Modelling, Cambridge, UK
  • 06/2019: International conference on thermoelectric materials, San Sebastian, Spain
  • 08/2018: Molecular Electronics Symposium, EMPA, Switzerland
  • 06/2018: Heat Transport in Molecular Junctions, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
  • 04/2017: Workshop on Molecular Electronics, Lancaster, UK
  • 02/2017: Thermoelectric Network Conference, University of Manchester, UK
  • 02/2017: Institute of Physics IOP Talk, IOP Lancashire and Cumbria Branch, UK
  • 01/2017: MOLESCO Network Workshop, Camen de la Victoria, Granada, Spain
  • 10/2016: QuEEN Program Grant mini-conference, University of Oxford, UK
  • 09/2015: International Conference "Single-Molecule Electronics", Regensburg University, Germany
  • 04/2015: Gollum Training School, Oviedo University, Spain
  • 02/2015: SYMONE Network Workshop, Hotel Bellevue-Teminus, Engelberg, Switzerland
  • 10/2014: MOLESCO Network Workshop, University of Konstanz, Konstanz, Germany
  • 04/2013: International Symposium on Molecular Electronics, North Uist, Scotland, UK


Professional Role

Guest Editor of Nanomaterials: Special Issue "Nanoelectronics: Concepts, Theory and Modeling"

Thesis Title

PhD Supervisions Completed

Dr. Mohammed Noori, 2017

PhD thesis title: Quantum Theory of Electron Transport Through Photo-Synthetic Porphyrins

Dr. Qingqing Wu, 2018

PhD thesis title: Theory of Molecular-scale Transport in Graphene Nanojunctions

Dr. Norah Algethami, 2019

PhD thesis title: Quantum transport through conjugated organic molecular junctions

Current PhD Students

Jehan Alqahtani

Abdul Daaoub

Michael Jay

Songjun Hou

Majed Alshammari

PhDs Examined

Dr Eman Almutib, PhD internal examiner, 2016

Hatef Sadeghi

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