Yasser Pordeli is a PhD candidate at the Mesoscale Chemical Systems (MCS) at University of Twente, The Netherlands. He obtained his master’s degree in Nanotechnology. During his master thesis he worked on the development of a fabrication platform for tunnel junctions diodes which are considered as main candidates for THz rectifying elements in future IR and visible optical rectenna systems. His master thesis was entitled: "Fabrication and Characterization of Curved MIS Tunneling Junctions for Energy Harvesting Applications". This work was accepted in the proceeding of Transducers 2019 – EUROSENSORS XXXIII, entitled: “Wafer-Scale Self-Aligned Fabrication of Nanometric Curved Tunneling Junctions”. As a PhD candidate, he works on nanomachining technologies for 3D racetrack memory applications under supervision of Prof. Han Gardeniers, Dr. Niels Tas, Eng. Erwin Berenschot and in collaboration with Prof. Stuart Parkin (MPI). His research field of interest are 3D nano- and micro-machining, microfluidics, solid-state chemistry and solid-state physics.
BSc Advanced Technology