Mohammad Mahdavi


Mohammad was born in Behshahr, IRAN. He received his BSc in Electrical Engineering from University of Tehran in 2007. He obtained his MSc in Electronics Engineering-Electronic Devices from University of Tehran in 2010. He also worked as a research assistant at Thin Film and Nanoelectronic Laboratory, University of Tehran, focusing on micro-fabrication and SEM/TEM analysis. He is currently a graduate research assistant under supervision of Dr. Siavash Pourkamali at μnX lab in University of Texas at Dallas. His research interest is micro/nano-fabrication of solid-state devices and sensors. He also has a background in design of analog and digital integrated circuits and systems.




Journal Papers

  1. M. Mahdavi, A. Samaeian, M. Hajmirzaheydarali, M. Shahmohammadi, S. Mohajerzadeh and M. A. Malboobi, “Label-free detection of DNA hybridization using a porous poly-Si ion-sensitive field effect transistor”, Royal Society of Chemistry, pp 36854-36863, July 2014

Refereed Conference Papers

  1. A. Ramezany, M.Mahdavi, A. Moses, S. Pourkamali, “Sail-Shaped Piezoelectric Micro-resonators for high resolution gas flowmetry”, IEEE Transducers 2015.
  2. M. Mahdavi, A. Ramezany, V. Kumar and S. Pourkamali, “SNR Improvement In Amplitude Modulated Resonant MEMS Sensors Via Thermal-Piezoresistive Internal Amplification”, IEEE MEMS 2015.
  3. V. Kumar, M. Mahdavi, X. Guo, E. Mehdizadeh and S. Pourkamali, “Ultra Sensitive Lorentz Force MEMS Magnetometer with Pico-Tesla Limit of Detection”, Award Winner, IEEE MEMS 2015.
  4. M. Mahdavi, Reza Abolvand, and S. Pourkamali, “Piezoelectric Resonant MEMS Balances with High Liquid Phase Q”, IEEE Sensors 2014.
  5. A. Ramezany, M. Mahdavi, X. Guo, and S. Pourkamlai, “Resonant MEMS Piezoresistors for narrow band electronic amplification,” Hilton Head 2014.
  6. M. Mahdavi, M. Shahmohammadi, N. Sadeghi, F. Karbassian, S. Mohajerzadeh, N. Zehfroosh, “ High pH-Sensitive Ion Selective Field Effect Transistor using Porous Poly Si Gate,” International Meeting on Chemical Sensors (IMCS), 2012.