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Institute of Physics

Soran Nabavi

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter
soran.nabavi(at)unileoben.ac.at 
Durchwahl: 4628

Academic Career

since 10/2011 Ph.D. student in Physics: Simulation of the mechanical properties of biological materials using Monte Carlo methods
Supervisors: Dr. Markus A. Hartmann & Prof. Dr. Oskar Paris
09/2004- 01/2007 M.Sc. in Physics, K.N.Toosi University of Technology Tehran-Iran
09/1999 - 07/2004 B.Sc. in Condensed Matter Physics Urmia University-Urmia-Iran


Area of Research:

I am interested in the simulation of the mechanical properties of biological materials. My current research project is the simulation of sacrificial bonds in the Mussel Byssus using Monte Carlo methods. 

Teaching Experience:

  • Electromagnetism (1,2) and Mathematical physics(1) in Pakdasht P.N. University.
  • Electronics (1) and Electrostatic Physics in Garmsar P.N. University.
  • General physics and general physics Lab. in Emam Ali University.
  • Electrostatic Physics and Lab course of Electrostatic Physics in Dade Pardazi science and Technology University.
  • Electrostatic physics, Lab course of Electrostatic Physics and Lab course of Electrical Circuits lab in Culture and Art Science and Technology University units 10, 24, 25.
  • Teaching assistant: Electrostatic physics in K.N.Toosi University of Technology.

Presentations:

1) A.Yazdani, M. Salehkoutahi, S. Nabavi,
Probability of Kondo effect occurrence on systematic studies of Gd-Bi Intermetallic Compounds; 11th Annual Iranian physics conference (Poster)

2) M. Salehkoutahi ,A.Yazdani, S. Nabavi,
Exchange interaction of crystal -magnetic structure in Gd-X Intermetallic Compounds
11th Annual Iranian physics conference (Poster)

3) A.Yazdani, M. Salehkoutahi, S. Nabavi
Instability of Gd5Bi3 and increasing the magnetic ion effect on Gd-Bi IMC
8th Annual Iranian condensed matter physics conference (Poster)