Dr. Meysam Heydari Gharahcheshmeh
San Diego State University
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Office: Eng. Bldg. A, Room 103
Phone: (619) 594-3847
Fax: (619) 594-3599
Advanced Manufacturing, Chemical Vapor Deposition, Thin Film Deposition, Texture and Nanostructural Engineering, Energy Harvesting and Storage Devices, Optoelectronic Devices, Flexible Electronics, Advanced Functional Materials, Electrochemical Reactions, Conducting Polymers, Semiconducting Polymers, Superconductors.
Postdoctoral Associate, Chemical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), 2018-2021
Ph.D. Materials Engineering, University of Houston, 2017
M.S. Physics, University of Texas at Brownsville, 2013
M.S. Materials Engineering, University of Tehran, 2009
B.S. Materials Engineering, University of Tabriz, 2006
Assistant Professor, San Diego State University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, 2022-Up to now
Assistant Professor, University of Mississippi, Department of Mechanical Engineering, 2021-2022
Postdoctoral Associate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Department of Chemical Engineering, 2018-2021
Honors & Awards:
Best Ph.D. dissertation award of the engineering college at the University of Houston (2018).
Winner of the world-award on applied superconductivity for the second year in a row “2017 IEEE Council on Superconductivity Fellowship” (2017).
Winner of the world-award on applied superconductivity “2016 IEEE Council on Superconductivity Fellowship” (2016).
Alexander Shikov award for the best student paper in materials on design and manufacturing of LTS and HTS (2016).
Houston Electrical League (HEL) scholarship award from the Texas Center for Superconductivity at the University of Houston (TcSUH) (2016).
ABS scholarship award from the University of Houston (2016).
Winner of the 51st Student Symposium presentation contest of the TcSUH (2016) .
Padula scholarship award from the University of Houston (2015).
Presidential Scholarship Award from the University of Houston (2015).
Advanced Manufacturing for Energy Devices (AMED) Laboratory
Meysam Heydari Research Group