Nema is a Deputy Programmer Leader for MSc Electronic Engineering and MSc Micro and Nanotechnology.
ELEC3207/6256: Nanoelectronic Devices
ELEC3202: Green Electronics
ELEC2229: Power Circuits and Transmission
ELEC1205: Semiconductors Devices
Dr. Nema is an Assistant Professor (Lecturer ) in Sustainable Electronic Technologies group, School of Electronics and Computer Science. Nema obtained her Ph.D. degree in Physics and Materials Science from the City University of Hong Kong, Oct 2017, under the supervision of Prof. Andrey Rogach. Her Ph.D. research was focused on infrared colloidal quantum dots for optoelectronic applications. She then joined the quantum Young group at the department of physics, Lancaster University in Jan 2018 as a postdoctoral researcher, working on quantum security devices. In addition, Nema works as R&D with the company (Quantum Base Ltd) to create security tags using low-dimensional materials for marketing (quantum security tags). In 2020, Dr Nema moved to the University of Southampton working at the School of Electronics and Computer Science. Her project is in 2D Layered Transition Metal Dichalcogenide (TMDC) Semiconductors by Non-Aqueous Electrodeposition.
Nema Authored & co-authored over 25 publications (all in very high-impact journals with a typical impact factor of between 10 and 15, such as ACS Nano, ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, Wiley Advanced Electronics Materials, Nature Scientific Reports, and ACS Chemistry of Materials .), and 2 patents.
Our research group is focused on experimental quantum nanotechnology. We are particularly interested in quantum dots and 2D materials applications. We are developing a variety of photonic and electronic devices, including: field effect transistors, solar cells, plasmonic devices and quantum optical security IDs.
- Nanomaterials (synthesis & characterisation)
- Narrow gap semiconductors and nanostructures
- Optoelectronic devices (fabrication & characterisation)
- 2D- transistors
** Accepting applications from PhD students.
We welcome applicants from a broad range of degree backgrounds, including physics, engineering and computer science.