Dr Nima Gorji
||Dr Nima Gorji
- Dr. Gorji has been involved with research and development of thin film solar cells and the application of nanostructures in photovoltaic devices. Graduated with a BSc and MSc in Physics in 2010.
- He hold a PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Bologna, Italy (March 2014) still focusing on solar cells and thin film materials.
- In 2013 he was a research scholar in the University of Toledo, Ohio, USA.
- He was awarded Doctoral Student Honor award from Intel Company in October 2013 (about $35K).
- He was a research assistant in the University of Bologna, Italy moved to Brown University as a Postdoctoral researcher in 2015.
- Between October 2015-2018, here in DCU, he was involved with high-resolution X-ray diffraction imaging techniques (including Synchrotron beamlines) to non-destructively detect the strain, displacement and warpage induced into packaged chips and Si dies inside under the thermo-mechanical stress during the fabrication process.
- He was awarded Teaching Mobility by HEI-EU to teach in Ilia State University, Tbilisi - Georgia for 2 months (Oct0ber & November 2017). He was then assigned the postgrad tutor position in DCU and DIT.
- In May and June 2018 he joined the NEWTON project in School of Electronics in DCU as a data analyst and model development for e-learning development in Irish schools.
- From July 2018 he joined the I-form Research center as a Physicist to develop the 3D printing of various materials including powders and polymers for bio and medical applications.