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پروفسور سیاوش پورکمالی انارکی

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Siavash Pourkamali is an Associate Professor in the Electrical Engineering Department at University of Texas at Dallas. Prior to joining UT Dallas he was an Assistant Professor at the University of Denver. He received the BS degree in electrical engineering from Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, in 2001, and the MS and the PhD degrees in electrical engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, in 2004 and 2006, respectively.

Prof. Pourkamali’s current research interests are in the areas of Integrated silicon-based MEMS/NEMS, self-aligned and tip-based batch nanofabrication technologies, and micro/nanomechanical resonant sensors. He is a recipient of a 2011 National Science Foundation CAREER Award, the 2008 University of Denver Best Junior Scholar Award, and the 2006 Georgia Tech Electrical and Computer Engineering Research Excellence Award. He was also a silver medalist in the 29th International Chemistry Olympiad (ICHO) in 1997.

Professional Preparation
 Degree Major Institution Year
 PhD Electrical Engineering Georgie Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 2006
 MS Electrical Engineering Georgie Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 2004
 BS Electrical Engineering Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran 2001

 Research and Expertise: MEMS, NEMS, Microsystems

Publications
  Year Publication   Type
forthcoming
X. Guo, E. Mehdizadeh, Y. Yi, and S. Pourkamali, “Thermal-Piezoresistive Resonators and SelfSustained Oscillators for Gas Recognition and Pressure Sensing,” To appear in IEEE Sensors Journal.
Other
forthcoming
H. Hall, A. Rahafrooz, J. Brown, V. Bright, and S. Pourkamali, “I-shaped thermally actuated VHF resonators with submicron components,” to appear in Elsevier Journal of Sensors and Actuators A: Physical.
Other
2013
E. Mehdizadeh, A. Hajjam, A. Rahafrooz and S. Pourkamali, “Nano-precision force and displacement measurement using MEMS resonant structures,” Submitted to IEEE Sensors Conference, 2013.
Conference paper
2013
E. Mehdizadeh and S. Pourkamali, “Two Degrees-Of-Freedom Thermally Actuated Nano-Positioner with Integrated Nano-Tips For Scanning Probe Nanolithography,” Proceedings of Nanomechanical Sensing Workshop, 2013.
Conference paper
2013
A. Iqbal, J. Chapin, E. Mehdizadeh, B. Purse, and S. Pourkamali, “Resonant response validation of micro-channel encapsulated disk resonators via fluorescent imaging,” International Conference on Microtechnologies in Medicine and Biology, 2013.
Conference paper
 
 Additional Information
 
Teaching  
 
  • Fall 2007, 2008, 2009, 
  • Spring 2011, 2012 ENEE 3011- Physical Electronics
  • Winter 2012 ENEE 2222- Advanced Electronics
  • Spring 2007, Fall 2007, Summer 2011 ENGR 4810- Introduction to MEMS and Microsystems
  • Fall 2010 ENEE 4800 - Introduction to Nanotechnology
  • Spring 2009, 2010, Fall 2010 ENGR 4210 - Introduction to Nano-Electro-Mechanical Systems
  • Winter 2007-2011 ENGR 1621- Engineering Concepts and Practice
  • Fall 2006 ENGR 3610- Engineering Analysis

 
Professional Contributions
 
  • June 2012 NSF ECCS Panel, Electronics, Photonics, and Magnetic Devices (EPMD)
  • June 2011 NSF ECCS Panel, Electronics, Photonics, and Magnetic Devices (EPMD)
  • April 2011 University of Denver Professional Research Opportunities for Faculty (PROF)
  • review committee member
  • Dec. 2009 NSF CMMI Panel, Sensors and Sensing Systems (SSS)
  • July 2008 NSF EEC Panel, Nanotechnology Undergraduate Education
  • May 2008 NSF ECCS Panel, Integrative, Hybrid and Complex Systems (IHCS)

 
Journal Reviewer  
 
  • 2005-present IEEE/ASME Journal of Micro Electro Mechanical Systems
  • 2006-present IEEE Sensors Journal
  • 2006-present Elsevier Journal of Sensor and Actuators A: Physical
  • 2006-present Journal of Micromechanics and Micro-Engineering
  • 2008-present IEEE Transactions on Advanced Packaging
  • 2009-present IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control
  • 2009-present IOP Journal of Nanotechnology
  • 2009-present Reviewer, Journal of Intelligent Robotic Systems
  • 2010-present Reviewer, IOP Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics
  • 2011-present Reviewer, IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices
  • 2011-present Reviewer, Journal of Micromachines
  • 2011-present Elsevier Journal of Sensor and Actuators B: Chemical

 
Conference Peer Review/Organization  
 
  • Spring 2012 Technical Program Committee Member, 2012 IEEE Sensors Conference
  • Spring 2011 Technical Program Committee Member, 2011 IEEE Sensors Conference
  • Winter 2010 Technical Program Committee Member, 23rd Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Summer 2009 Member of organization committee, 2009 IEEE Transducers Conference

 
 

Department Directory: Mechanical and Materials Engineering

Directory

 Dr. Siavash Pourkamali 

Assistant Professor

Academic Title: PhD, Georgia Institute of Technology

Description
Dr. Siavash Pourkamali is an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Denver. He received the B.S. degree in electrical engineering from Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, in 2001, and the M.S. and the Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, in 2004 and 2006, respectively. He joined the engineering faculty of the University of Denver in September 2006.
Prof. Pourkamali's current research interests are in the areas of Integrated Silicon NEMS and Nanosystems, Nanofabrication Technologies, Nanomechanical Resonant Sensors, and Nano-Robotics for Cellular and Molecular Biology.
Prof. Pourkamali is a 2006 recipient of Georgia Tech Electrical and Computer Engineering research excellence award, and 2005 Sigma-Xi best M.S. thesis award. He is also a silver medal winner in the 29th International Chemistry Olympiad (ICHO). He holds over five patents in the areas of silicon micro/nanomechanical resonators and filters and nanofabrication technologies.

Areas of Research
Integrated Silicon NEMS and Nanosystems, Nanofabrication Technologies, Nanomechanical Resonant Sensors, and Nano-Robotics for Cellular and Molecular Biology

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