Saeed Mohammadi got his B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Microelectronics from Sharif University of Technology with focus on wireless devices. He then started his PhD studies at Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia which resulted in a new, high performance, and low loss platform of micro/nano-electromechanical devices called phononic crystals-the acoustic counterpart of photonic crystals- with applications in wireless communications and sensing. He is currently a posdoctoral scholar at Stanford University working on a multimodality sensing platform combining electronics, MEMS, and photonics for early cancer detection. Saeed is a member of the National Organization for the Development of Exceptional Talents and a recipient of the bronze medal in the National Physics Olympiad in Iran. He is also a member of IEEE and OSA, and the winner of the best student paper award from the IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium. He is the author and co-author of more than 40 peer reviewed publications with more than 600 referrals.
Master of Engineering, Sharif Institute Of Technology (2003)
Doctor of Philosophy, Georgia Institute of Technology (2010)
Master of Science, Georgia Institute of Technology (2006)
Bachelor of Elec Engineering, Sharif Institute Of Technology (2001)
Sanjiv Gambhir, Postdoctoral Faculty Sponsor