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Karen Martirosyan
Associate Professor

Ph.D. Chemical Engineering, ISMAN-Russian Academy of Sciences and State Engineering University of Armenia, (SEUA)

MS. Electrical Engineering and Medical Cybernetics SEUA, Yerevan, Armenia
Office: SETB 2.258
Phone: (956) 882-6736
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Teaching   General Physics

Research  

Dr. Martirosyanís research is focused on experimental condensed matter physics with a wide range of solid state phenomena at the nanostructured systems. His research focuses on two main areas: first, exploiting high energetic systems to produce novel nano-tailored materials for transport studies, energy, environmental and biomedical applications; second, elucidating the nano related physical phenomena. Active research is presently being carried out to explore high density nanoenergetic systems, magnetic, ferroelectric, multiferroic, superconductor devices and a variety of contrast agents for biomedical imaging and drug delivery systems. The research involves materials design, fabrication and characterization of physical properties. He serves on the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Self-propagating High-temperature Synthesis and Journal of Nanomedicine and Nanotechnology and participated in several NSF panels at the CBET division.

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Research Projects for future Graduate Students

 

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