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مقالات چاپ شده در مجلات علمي و پژوهشي

 


1. Composition of porous silicon, R. Sabet-Dariani, D. Haneman, A. Hoffman and D. D. Cohen, J. Appl. Phys. 73, 2321 (1993).
2. Electroluminescence properties of porous silicon, R. Sabet-Dariani, N. S. McAlpine and D. Haneman, J. Appl. Phys. 75, 8008 (1994).
3. Heat treatment effects on porous silicon, R. Sabet-Dariani and D. Haneman, J. Appl. Phys. 76, 1346 (1994).
4. Porous silicon studied by SiL23 soft X-ray spectroscopy, R. S. Crisp, D. Haneman and R. Sabet-Dariani, Applied Surface Science 92, 198 (1996).
5. The determination of pores sizes in porous silicon by adsorption isotherms method, R. Sabet-Dariani, Alzahra University Journal of Science 3-4, 51 (1996).
6. Design and manufacture of glass diffusion pumps, A. MortezaAli and R. Sabet-Dariani, Alzahra University Journal of Science 11(2), 1 (1998).
7. Scattering characteristics from porous silicon, R. Sabet-Dariani, A. MortezaAli and H. Nurani, Iranian Journal of Physics Research 2(4), 201 (2001).
8. Reflectivity of porous silicon, R. Sabet-Dariani and D. Haneman, Pakistan Journal of Applied Science 2(1),62 (2002).
9. Explanation of integer quantum Hall effect in impurity systems by gauge invariance, R. Sabet-Dariani, M. R. Sarkardei and A. Phirouznia, Pakistan Journal of Applied Science 2(4), 526 (2002).
10. Fabrication of CdS thin films photoconductor, R. Sabet-Dariani and E. Namvar, Mazandaran University Journal of Science 1(1), 25 (2002).                                               
11. The effects of impurities on the band gap energy of CdS photoconductors, R. Sabet-Dariani and A. Nemati, Iranian Journal of Physics Research 3(3), 247 (2003).           
12. Evaluation of resonant tunnelling transmision coefficient from multylayer structures GaAlAs/GaAs, L. Moghaddasi, A. Morteza Ali and R. Sabet-Dariani, Iranian Journal of Physics Research 4(1), 91 (2004).
13. Two-scale Kirchhoff theory : comparison of experimental observations with theoretical prediction, G. R. Jafari, P. Kaghazchi, R. S. Dariani, A. Irajizad, S. M. Mahdavi, M. Reza Rahimi Tabar and N. Taghavinia, Journal of Statistical Mechanics P04013 (2005).
14. The correlation of morphology and surface resistance in porous silicon, Sh. D. Milani, R. S. Dariani, A. MortezaAli, V. Daadmehr, and K. Robbie, Journal of Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials, 8(3), 1216 (2006).
15. Observation of oxygen gas effect on porous silicon based sensors, S. Khoshnevis, R. S. Dariani, M. E. Azim-Araghi, Z. Bayindir, and K. Robbie, Thin Solid Films, 515, 2650 (2006).
16. Study of anodization parameters effects on photoconductivity of porous silicon, H. Khalili, R. S. Dariani, A. MortezaAli, V. Daadmehr, and K. Robbie, Journal of Materials Science, 42(3), 908 (2007).
17. Optical characterization of porous silicon and Si by Kramers-Kronig method, A. MortezaAli, R. S. Dariani, S. Asghari, and Z. Bayindir, Applied Optics, 46(4), 495 (2007).
18. Photoresponse of metal/PS/Si structure, M. Zare, R. S. Dariani, Z. Bayindir, and K. Robbie, Journal of Porous Media, 10(7), 677 (2007).
19. Measurement of optical loss in oxidized multilayer planar porous silicon waveguides, I. Hoseinzadeh and R. S. Dariani, Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials - Rapid Communications, 1(9), 471 (2007).
20. Study and investigation of gain in semiconductor Al0.2Ga0.8As/GaAs quantum well laser, M. H. Dabbaghian, R. S. Dariani, and M. R. Sarkardei, Alzahra University Journal of Science, 20(1), 29 (2007).
21. Calculation of effective mass for Be crystal by Green function method, F. Dehghani, R. S. Dariani, and M. R. RahimiTabar, Alzahra University Journal of Science, 21(1), 55 (2008).
22. Nanostructure effect on optical properties of porous silicon, S. Ramezani Sani, A. MortezaAli, R. S. Dariani, and M. R. Sarkardei, Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials - Rapid Communications, 2(7), 424 (2008).
23. Current improvement of porous silicon photovoltaic devices by using double layer porous silicon structure, M. Rajabi and R. S. Dariani, Journal of Porous Materials, 16(5), 513 (2009).
24. Simulation of doping type and current density effects on porous silicon growth by modified diffusion limited aggregation, S. Minaeifard and R. S. Dariani, Iranian Journal of Physics Research, 8(4), 241 (2009).
25. Electrical behavior of free-standing porous silicon layers, I. Bazrafkan and R. S. Dariani, Physica B, 404, 1638 (2009).
26. Desgin and construction of an optical fiber sensor for liquid level measurement, M. Razani, H. Golnabi, M. H. Dabbaghian, R. S. Dariani, N. Vaziri, and A. Hojabri, Alzahra University Journal of Science, 23, 16 (2010).
27. DC conduction in free-standing porous silicon, R. S. Dariani and Z. S. Hosseini, Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials - Rapid Communications, 4(10), 1526 (2010). 
28. Growth, structural characterization and electrical behavior of silicon nano particles prepared by evaporation method with electron beam, R. S. Dariani and N. Sadeghbeigi, Iranian Journal of Surface Science and Engineering, 11, 57 (2011).
29. Comparative study of ZnO nanostructures grown on silicon (100) and oxidized porous silicon substrates with and without Au catalyst by chemical vapor transport and condensation, M. Rajabi, R. S. Dariani, and A. Iraji zad, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 509(11), 4295 (2011).
30. Intraband light absorption in free-standing porous silicon, R. S. Dariani and N. Rahmani, European Physical Journal Applied Physics, 54(2), 21301 (2011).
31. Growth of ZnO nanostructures on porous silicon and oxidized porous silicon substrates, M. Rajabi, R. S. Dariani, and A. Iraji zad, Brazilian Journal of Physics, 41(2-3), 113 (2011). 
32. Photoconductivity time response of Ti nanocolumns fabricated by the GLAD method, R. S. Dariani and S. Farokhipoor, Journal of Porous Media, 15(7), 683 (2012).
33. Effect of precursor concentration on structural and optical properties of ZnO microrods by spray pyrolysis, F. Zahedi and R. S. Dariani, Thin Solid Films, 520, 2132 (2012).
34. UV photodetection of laterally connected ZnO rods grown on porous silicon substrate, M. Rajabi, R. S. Dariani, and A. Iraji zad, Sensors and Actuators A: Physical, 180, 11 (2012).
35. p-type nitrogen-doped ZnO microrods preparation by spray pyrolysis, F. Zahedi, R. S. Dariani, and S. M. Rozati, Surface Review and Letters, 19(5), 1250051 (2012).
36. Effects of self-affine roughness characteristics on electron transmission through tunneling structures, Zh. Ebrahiminejad, S. F. Masoudi, G. R. Jafari, and R. S. Dariani, Thin Solid Films, 522, 233 (2012).
37. Thin film growth by deposition of randomly shaped clusters, Zh. Ebrahiminejad, S. F. Masoudi, R. S. Dariani, and S. S. Jahromi, Journal of Chemical Physics, 137, 154703 (2012).
38. Simulating and modeling of three dimensional columnar growth nanosacle structure, R. S. Dariani, S. Minaeifard, and M. Rajabi, Journal of Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials, 14(11-12), 890 (2012).
39. Effect of Substrate Temperature on Nanoparticles Growth Simulation by Metropolis Algorithm, M. Abdollahi and R. S. Dariani, Alzahra University Journal of Applied Physics, 2(1), 53 (2012).
40. Effect of growth conditions on Zinc Oxide nanowire array synthesized on Si (100) without catalyst, M. Rajabi, R. S. Dariani, and A. Iraji zad, Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing, 16(1), 171 (2013).
41. The study of transport properties in rough ferromagnetic semiconductor rough junctions, Zh. Ebrahiminejad, R. S. Dariani, and S. F. Masoudi, Physica E, 48, 70 (2013).
42. Effect of substrate temperature on the properties of ZnO thin films prepared by spray pyrolysis, F. Zahedi, R. S. Dariani, and S. M. Rozati, Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing, 16(2), 245 (2013).
43. Optoelectronic properties of cauliflower like ZnO-ZnO nanorod/p-Si heterostructure, M. Rajabi, R. S. Dariani, A. Iraji zad, and F. Zahedi, Solid State Electronics, 80, 33 (2013).
44. Calculation of transmission coefficient and current density for symmetric triangular double quantum wells, R. S. Dariani and Z. Khodam Darbar Mohammady, Kharazmi University Journal of Science, 12(4), 657 (2013).
45. Study of porous silicon structure by Raman scattering, R. S. Dariani and Z. Ahmadi, Optik, 124(22), 5353 (2013).
46. Effect of substrate temperature and deposition rate on the morphology and optical properties of Ti films, M. Einollahzadeh-Samadi and R. S. Dariani, Applied Surface Science, 280, 263 (2013).
47. L10 FePt Nanoparticles Processing with Applied Magnetic Field, S. A. Sebt, A. Khajehnezhad, R. S. Dariani, and M. Akhavan, Journal of Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers and Materials, 23(4), 881 (2013). 
48. Orientated FePt Nanocrystals Deposited on Porous Silicon, A. Khajehnezhad, S. A. Sebt, R. S. Dariani, M. Farle, and M. Akhavan, European Scientific Journal, 9(18), 333 (2013). 
49. Ultraviolet photoresponse properties of ZnO:N/p-Si and ZnO/p-Si heterojunctions, F. Zahedi, R. S. Dariani, and S. M. Rozati, Sensors & Actuators: A. Physical, 199, 123 (2013).
50. Microstructure Characterization of TiO2 Nanowires Fabricated by Thermal Evaporation Process, R. S. Dariani and Z. Nafari Qaleh, Thin Solid Films, 542, 192 (2013).
51. Growth simulation of Cu columnar structures under oblique angle deposition and Monte Carlo random walks, R. S. Dariani and S. Kadivian Azar, Iranian Journal of Physics Research, 13(3),  227 (2013).
52. Effect of gold electrode annealing on gas sensing properties of nano-and microstructures of macroporous silicon, S. Sadr, M. E. Azim-Araghi, M. Rahimi, and R. S. Dariani, Indian Journal of Pure and Applied Physics, 51(12), 860 (2013).
53. Fabrication and study of structural and morphology of TiO2 hollow nanofibers, R. S. Dariani and Z. Karami, Alzahra University Journal of Applied Physics, 2(2), 5 (2013).
54. Structural, optical, and electrical properties of ZnO thin films prepared by spray pyrolysis: effect of precursor concentration, F. Zahedi, R. S. Dariani, and S. M. Rozati, Bulletin of Materials Science, 37(3), 433 (2014).
55. Effect of different types of interface roughness on electron conductance, Zh. Ebrahiminejad, R. S. Dariani, and S. F. Masoudi, Electronic Materials Letters, 10(3), 573 (2014). 
56. Simulation of substrate temperature effect by structure zone model for Ni nanostructures growth by kinetic Monte-Carlo method, R. S. Dariani and M. Abdollahi, Iranian Journal of Surface Science and Engineering, 21, 77 (2014).
57. Root mean square of nano porous silicon by scattering spectra, R. S. Dariani and S. Ebrahimnasab, The European Physical Journal - Plus, 129, 209 (2014).
58. Determination of free standing porous silicon energy gap by absorption coefficient, R. S. Dariani and R. Zafari, Journal of Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials, 16(11-12), 1351 (2014).
59. Fabrication of SiO2 hollow fibers, R. S. Dariani and F. Najafi, Alzahra University Journal of Applied Physics, 4(2), 5 (2014).
60. Conductivity and relaxation time of porous silicon by Kramers-Kronig relation, R. S. Dariani and F. Tavakoli, Physica B, 456, 312 (2015).
61. Spray pyrolysis deposition of ZnO thin films from zinc chloride precursor solution at different substrate temperatures, F. Zahedi, R. S. Dariani, and S. M. Rozati, Acta Metallurgica Sinica (English Letters), 28(1), 110 (2015).
62. Study of roughness on morphology of porous silicon nano Surfaces, S. Ebrahimnasab and R. S. Dariani, Iranian Journal of Physics Research, 14(4), 241 (2015).
63. Dielectric constant of nano porous silicon at low frequencies under reverse bias by a simple experimental model, R. S. Dariani, M. Einollahzadeh Samadi, and Z. Bayindir, Journal of Optoelectonics and Advanced Materials, 17(1-2), 110 (2015).
64. Comparison of carrier transport mechanism under UV/Vis illumination in an AZO photodetector and an AZO/p-Si heterojunction photodiode produced by spray pyrolysis, A. Mortezaali, M. Shasti, and R. S. Dariani, Journal of Applied Physics, 117(2), 023101 (2015).
65. Simple fabrication of highly ordered Anodic Aluminum Oxide (AAO) films, S. Dadras, E. Aawani, and R. S. Dariani, International Journal of Materials Research, 106(8), 902 (2015).
66. Structural and optical studies of CdS and CdS:Ag nano needles prepared by SILAR method, R. S. Dariani and Z. Emami, Ceramics International, 41, 8820 (2015).
67. Strain-related phenomena in TiO2 nanostructures spin-coatedon porous silicon substrate, N. Rahmani and R. S. Dariani, Superlattices and Microstructures, 85, 504 (2015).
68. Growth mechanism and optical properties of Ti thin films deposited onto FTO substrate, M. Einollahzadeh-Samadi and R. S. Dariani, Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology A, 33, 021403 (2015).
69. Porosity-dependent fractal nature of the porous silicon surface, N. Rahmani and R. S. Dariani, AIP Advances, 5, 077112 (2015).
70. Anodic formation of highly ordered TiO2 nanotube arrays on conducting glass substrate: effect of titanium film thickness, M. Einollahzadeh-Samadi and R. S. Dariani, Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology A, 33, 061402 (2015). 
71. Experimental analysis of Optical Constants of Silicon wafer by Reflection Spectrum in the Energy range of 2-5 eV, T. S. Seyedi Arani, F. Shahshahani, R. S. Dariani, B. Sajad, and S. Z. Shoorshini, Materials and Energy (Journal of Science Kharazmi University), 1(1), 41 (2015).
72. Characterization of nanocrystalline titanium films deposited by DC magnetron sputtering onto FTO substrate, M. Einollahzadeh-Samadi, R. S. Dariani, and M. Abdi, Journal of Materials Research, 30(20), 3093 (2015).
73. Fabrication of TiO2 nanostructures on TiO2/Au/quartz device for solar cell applications, R. S. Dariani and E. Easy, Optik, 126, 3407 (2015).
74. Study of effective parameters on nanostructures growth by three dimensional simulation, M. Abdollahi, S. Khadivian Azar, and R. S. Dariani, The European Physical Journal - Plus, 130, 186 (2015). 
75. Study of electrical properties of graphene nanoparticles, R. S. Dariani and M. Haditale, Alzahra University Journal of Applied Physics, 5(2), 51 (2015).
76. Fabrication of CdS nanowires on TiO2 nanorods for solar cell application, S. Piri Pishekloo, R. S. Dariani, and F. Salehi, Material Science and Semiconductor Processing, 43, 182 (2016).
77. Electrical properties comparison of TiO2/PS/Si devices fabricated by spin coating and electron beam gun, R. S. Dariani and F. Faraji, Applied Physics A, accepted (2016).
78. Computing the band structure and energy gap of penta-graphene by using DFT and G0W0 approximations, H. Einollahzadeh, R. S. Dariani, and S. M. Fazeli, Solid State Communications, 229, 1 (2016). 
79. A proposed mechanism for investigating the effect of porous silicon buffer layer on TiO2 nanorods growth, N. Rahmani, R. S. Dariani, and M. Rajabi, Applied Surface Science, 366, 359 (2016).
80. Study of roughness parameters effect on I-V characteristic of resonant tunneling diodes, Zh. Ebrahiminejad, R. S. Dariani, and S. F. Masoudi, Iranian Journal of Physics Research, submitted (2014).
81. Simulation of diamond nanostructures growth under oblique angle at square and triangular nucleation with Tressof potential and study of their surface roughness, R. S. Dariani and M. Khorani, Iranian Journal of Physics Research, submitted (2014).
82. Effect of Ti substrate on growing TiO2 nanowires with SLS mechanism, S. Piri Pishekloo and R. S. Dariani, Applied Surface Science, submitted (2014).
83. The effect of porosity on electrical conduction of simulated nanostructures by Monte-Carlo method, R. S. Dariani and N. Abbas Hadi, Journal of Electronic Materials, submitted (2015).
84. Comparison of stress, strain, and elastic properties for porous silicon layers supported by substrate and corresponding membranes, R. S. Dariani and M. Nazari, Thin Solid Films, submitted (2015).
85. Photocatalytic reaction and degradation of methylene blue on TiO2 nano-sized particles, R. S. Dariani, A. Esmaeili, A. Mortezaali, and S. Dehghanpour, Journal of Nanophotonics, submitted (2015).
86. Rutile TiO2 nanowire on commercial Ti foil for dye sensitized solar cell, S. Piri Pishekloo and R. S. Dariani, Applied Physics A, submitted (2015).
87. Correlation of morphology and structure with photoluminescence in TiO2 nanotube\mesoporous structures, M. Einollahzadeh-Samadi, R. S. Dariani, and A. Paul, Applied Surface Science, submitted (2015).
88. Study of Al Content at Al Doped ZnO Nanostructures on FTO Substrate for Dye Solar Cell Applications, M. Shirazi, M. R. Toroghinejad, and R. S. Dariani, Journal Alloys and Compounds, submitted (2015).
89. Effect of porous silicon buffer under different porosities on lateral overgrowth of TiO2 nanorods on Si substrate, N. Rahmani and R. S. Dariani, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, submitted (2015).
90. Effect of electrical behavior of ZnO microparticles grown on porous silicon substrate, R. S. Dariani and M. Zabihipour, Sensors and Actuators A - Physical, submitted (2015). 
91. Studying the electronic and phononic structure of new graphene allotrope: Penta-graphane, H. Einollahzadeh, R. S. Dariani, and S. M. Fazeli, Applied Physics Letters, submitted (2015). 
92. Effect of temperature on graphene and a sharp jump in I-T curve, R. S. Dariani and M. Haditale, Scientific Reports, submitted (2015). 
93. Preparation of nano α-Al2O3 particles with optimum conditions by the sol-gel method, R. S. Dariani and S. Emami, Molecular Physics, submitted (2015).
94. Fabrication of CdS nanowires with increasing anionic precurse by SILAR method, R. S. Dariani and F. Salehi, Journal of Chemical Physics, submitted (2016). 
95. Infrared irradiation effect on dye sensitized solar cells’ performance, S. Piri Pishekloo, R. S. Dariani, and Sh. Norouzi, Nano Energy, submitted (2016).


مقالات ارائه شده در کنفرانسهای علمی

1. Light emission from porous silicon, B. Rasuoli and R. Sabet-Dariani, 198, International Conference on Porous Semiconductors Science and Technology, Spain (1998).
2. Theoretical explanation and different stage of production Neon discharge tube, A. H. Rouhani, S. K. Kiafar and R. Sabet-Dariani, Iranian Physics Conference, Kerman University 127 (1998).
3. Light emitting mechanism of porous silicon, R. Sabet-Dariani and B. Rasuoli, 439, The 8th International Symposium on Passivity of Metals and Semiconductors, Canada (1999).
4. Survey of optical properties from porous silicon, R. Sabet-Dariani, A. MortezaAli and H. Nurani, Proceeding of the 7th Optics and Laser Seminar of Iran, Shahid Beheshti University, 57 (2000).
5. Survey of integer Hall effect, A. Phiroznia, M. R. Sarkardei and R. Sabet-Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Condensed Matter Conference of Iran, Razi University of Kermanshah, 23 (2001).
6. Scattering properties of porous silicon, R. Sabet-Dariani and A. MortezaAli, Proc. 7th International Symposium on Advanced Materials, Pakistan, 225 (2001).
7. Reflection effect from porous silicon, A. MortezaAli and R. Sabet-Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Zanjan University, 102 (2002).
8. Surface roughness of alumina by wave scattering and height measurments, P. Kaghazchi, A. Irajizad, S. M. Mahdavi, M. R. Rahimitabar, R. Sabet-Dariani, G. Kavehei and G. Jafari, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Azarbaijan University, 65 (2003).                                      
9. Photovoltaic effect from porous silicon, M. Zare and R. Sabet-Dariani, Proceeding of the 10th Annual Conference on Photonics, Kerman, 132 (2004).
10. Study of porous model of n-type silicon, Z. Nasrollahy, N. Taghavinia, A. Irajizad, R. Sabet-Dariani, S. M. Mahdavi and M. R. Rahimitabar, 10th Annual IASBS Meeting on Condensed Matter Physics, Zanjan, (2004).
11. Optoelectronic characteristics of porous silicon, Sh. D. Milani, R. Sabet-Dariani and A. MortezaAli, 10th Annual IASBS Meeting on Condensed Matter Physics, Zanjan, (2004).
12. Approximation measurment of gap energy of porous silicon, M. E. Yazdi and R. Sabet-Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Shahid Abbaspour University, Tehran, 209 (2004).
13. Optical response investigation of porous silicon, M. Rajabi, I. Hoseinzadeh, R. Sabet-Dariani, and G. Kavei, 7th Conference on Condensed Matter Physics, Iran University of Science and Technology, Tehran, 271 (2005).
14. Photovoltaic effects of porous silicon in nanostructures, M. Zare, R. S. Dariani, and V. Daadmehr, Iran - Russia Joint Seminar and Workshop on Nanotechnology, Tehran, 21 (2005).
15. Calculation of optical constants of Si and porous silicon by Kramers-Kronig method, S. Asghari, A. MortezaAli, and R. Sabet-Dariani, 11th Annual IASBS Meeting on Condensed Matter Physics, Zanjan, 17 (2005).
16. Fabrication of nanoparticles with glancing angle deposition, J. Yang, K. Robbio, C. Elliott, R. S. Dariani, 60th Congress of the Canadian Association of Physicists, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 123 (2005).
17. Survey of fabrication and properties of porous silicon solar cells, M. Rajabi and R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of The First Joint Conference on Condensed Matter Physics, Semnan, 87 (2005).
18. The investigation of oxidation effect on porous silicon refractive index, I. Hoseinzadeh and R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of The First Joint Conference on Condensed Matter Physics, Semnan, 152 (2005).
19. Nanoparticles fabricated with glancing angle deposition, J. Yang, R. S. Dariani, C. Elliott, C. Buzea, and K. Robbie, 49th Annual Technical Conference Proceedings, Society of Vacuum Coaters, Washington D. C., 17 (2006).
20. Porous silicon as a novel material in silicon solar cells structure, M. Rajabi and R. S. Dariani, 8th Conference on Condensed Matter Physics, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Mashhad, 141 (2007).
21. Simulation of porous silicon by DLA method, S. Minaeifard and R. S. Dariani, 13th   Annual IASBS Meeting on Condensed Matter Physics, Zanjan, 327 (2007).
22. DMF effect on pore structure of porous silicon, I. Bazrafkan and R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Yasouj University, Yasouj, 214 (2007).
23. Studying silicon nanoclusters by diffusion quantum Monte Carlo, L. Esmaeili Sereshki, R. S. Dariani, and A. Namiranian, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Yasouj University, Yasouj, 853 (2007).
24. Fabrication of Ti nanoparticle by GLAD physics method, S. Farokhipoor, R. S. Dariani, and A. MortezaAli, 3rd National Vacuum Conference of Iran, Sharif University, Tehran, 1 (2008).
25. Simulation of nucleation and nanostructures grwoth by oblique angle deposition, M. Rajabi, S. Minaeifard, and R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Kashan University, Kashan, 21 (2008).
26. Electrical transport in porous silicon, Z. S. Hosseini and R. S. Dariani, 9th Conference on Condensed Matter Physics, Ahvaz University of Shahid Chamran, 269 (2009).
27. Influence of anodization parameters on photoluminescence spectrum of porous silicon, N. Rahmani and R. S. Dariani, 15th Annual Iranian Conference on Optics and Photonics, University of Isfahan, 901 (2009).
28. Surface resistivity of silicon thin film, N. Sadeghbeigi, R. S. Dariani, 10th Iranian Seminar on Surface Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology, 154 (2009).
29. Gap energy calculation of Si nanowire by effective mass approximation, F. Zahedi and R. S. Dariani, 10th Iranian Seminar on Surface Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology, 174 (2009).
30. Anodization parameters effect on pore formation in porous silicon, Z. S. Hosseini, N. Rahmani, and R. S. Dariani, 15th   Annual IASBS Meeting on Condensed Matter Physics, Zanjan, 88 (2009).
31. Dielectrically characterization of nanostructures porous silicon, M. Einollahzadeh Samadi and R. S. Dariani, 5th Nanotechnology Students Conference, Medical Tehran University (2009).
32. Dielectrically characterization of porous silicon, M. Einollahzadeh Samadi and R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Isfahan University of Technology, 1503 (2009).
33. Density of states of silicon and porous silicon by KPM method, M. Kaviani, S. A. Jafari, and R. S. Dariani, 16th   Annual IASBS Meeting on Condensed Matter Physics, Zanjan, (2010).
34. The effect of gold electrode annealing on the sensing properties of porous silicon gas sensor, S. Sadr, M. E. Azim-Araghi, and R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Bu-Ali Sina University, 2503 (2010).
35. Study of electrochemical anodization parameters effect porous silicon conductivity in ambient air and room temperature and comparison of their conductivity to silicon, S. Sadr, M. E. Azim-Araghi, and R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Bu-Ali Sina University, 2499 (2010).
36. Study of Raman spectra variations versus etching time in porous silicon, Z. Ahmadi and R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Bu-Ali Sina University, 1913 (2010).
37. Explanation of Raman in Si cryatal and porous silicon, Z. Ahmadi and R. S. Dariani, The Symposium of Society of Crystallography and Mineralogy of Iran, Tabriz University, 1610 (2010).
38. Preparation of ZnO-Fe2O3 nanocomposite with Pd doping, A. Kazemzadeh, F. Khosravi, and R. S. Dariani, 10th Conference on Condensed Matter Physics, Shiraz University, 138 (2011).
39. Structural properties of ZnO-Fe2O3-ZnFe2O3 nanocomposite, A. Kazemzadeh, F. Khosravi, and R. S. Dariani, 10th Conference on Condensed Matter Physics, Shiraz University, 139 (2011). 
40. Investigation of structure and photoconductivity of ZnO nanocrystaline thin films formed by spray pyrolysis method, M. Rajabi, F. Zahedi, and R. S. Dariani,10th Conference on Condensed Matter Physics, Shiraz University, 151 (2011).
41. Study of surface roughness by scattering spectrum, S. Ebrahimnasab, R. S. Dariani, and G. R. Jafari, 10th Conference on Condensed Matter Physics, Shiraz University, 102 (2011). 
42. Morphology of porous silicon nanostructures by reflection spectrum, S. Ebrahimnasab and R. S. Dariani, 17th Conference on Optics and Photonics of Iran, Mahan, 337 (2011).
43. The effect of substrate temperature on structure and optical transmission of ZnO films, F. Zahedi and R. S. Dariani, 3rd Iranian Conference on Photonics Engineering, Mahan, 117 (2011).
44. Spray pyrolysis deposition of nanostructures zinc oxide films, F. Zahedi and R. S. Dariani, Second International Conference on Multifunctional, Hybrid and Nanomaterials, Strasbourg, C.1.4.3 (2011).
45. Simulation of nanostructures growth with oblique angle deposition by Monte Carlo method, S. Khadivian Azar, M. Abdollahi, and R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Urmia University, 2415 (2011).  
46. Capacitance frequency dependence of porous silicon, F. Tavakoli and R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Urmia University,  2275 (2011).
47. Growth simulation of nanostructures with fcc lattice by oblique angle deposition method, S. Khadivian Azar and R. S. Dariani, The 5th National Physics Conference, Payame Noor University, Tabriz, 407 (2011).
48. Frequency dependency of dielectric characteristic of porous silicon micropores, F. Tavakoli and R. S. Dariani, The 5th National Physics Conference, Payame Noor University, Tabriz, 513 (2011).
49. A theoretical study of transmission and reflection coefficients in symmetric triangular double-quantum barrier, Z. Khodam Darbar Mohammady and R. S. Dariani, The 5th National Physics Conference, Payame Noor University, Tabriz, 425 (2011).
50. Morphology study of ZnO nanowires at low temperature without carrier gas and catalyst, Sh. Ebrahim, M. R. Khanlari, and R. S. Dariani, The 5th National Physics Conference, Payame Noor University, Tabriz, 657 (2011).
51. Study of absorption properties in titanium structures produced by electron beam in high vacuum, Z. Nafari Qaleh and R. S. Dariani, 5th National Conference of Iranian Vacuum Society, Mashhad, (2012).
52. Absorbance measurement of free standing porous silicon, R. Zafari and R. S. Dariani, 5th National Conference of Iranian Vacuum Society, Mashhad, (2012).
53. Effect of temperature variation on thin layer growth by Monte Carlo simulation method, M. Abdollahi and R. S. Dariani, 4th International Conference on nanostructures, Kish Island, 1624 (2012).
54. Effect of roughness exponent of barrier interfacial on the electron transmission through quantum well, Zh. Ebrahiminejad, R. S. Dariani, and S. F. Masoudi, 4th International Conference on Nanostructures, Kish Island, 1582 (2012). 
55. Electrical and gas sensing characteristics of nanostructured porous silicon coated with thin films of Bromoaluminum Phthalocyanine exposed to CO2, M. E. Azim-Araghi, Z. Bisadi, and R. S. Dariani, 4th International Conference on Nanostructures, Kish Island, 882 (2012).
56. Study of ZnO nanopencil and nanoneedle morphology synthesized on quartz substrate in ambient air and without catalyst, Sh. Ebrahim, M. R. Khanlari, and R. S. Dariani, 4th International Conference on Nanostructures, Kish Island, 679 (2012).
57. Synthesize and study of structural and optical properties of ZnO nanotetrapods at low temperature and without catalyst, Sh. Ebrahim, M. R. Khanlari, and R. S. Dariani, 18th Conference on Optics and Photonics of Iran, Tabriz University, (2012).
58. Morphology study of nanostructured ZnO hollow fibers, R. Ahmadi and R. S. Dariani, 2nd Conference on Crystal Growth, Semnan, 202 (2012). 
59. Parameters calculation of AlxGa1-xAs/GaAs rectangular double barriers, R. Boodaghi and R. S. Dariani, 2nd Conference on Crystal Growth, Semnan, 199
(2012).
60. Maximum gain and injection carrier density for single quantum well semiconductor laser, Z. Amani and R. S. Dariani, 19th Spring Physics Conference, IPM, Tehran, 124 (2012).
61. Optical characterizations of spray pyrolysis zinc oxide nanostructures, F. Zahedi and R. S. Dariani, International Congress on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology,  University of Kashan, (2012).
62. Growth simulation of Cu nanostructures whit Monte Carlo method under oblique angle deposition, S. Kadivian Azar and R. S. Dariani, International Congress on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology,  University of Kashan, (2012).
63. SiO2 Deposition as an Optical Waveguide Buffer by Electron Beam on Si Wafer, T. Seyedi, R. S. Dariani, F. Shahshani, and B. Sajad, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Yazd University, 1052 (2012).
64. Effect of Argon Carrier Gas Flux on TiO2 Nanostructures, Z. Nafari Qaleh and R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Yazd University, 125 (2012).
65. Variation effect of drying temperature on ZnO hollow fibers structure, R. Ahmadi and R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Yazd University, 858 (2012).
66. Transmission coefficient calculation of rectangular double barriers with variation of Al concenteration, R. Boodaghi and R. S. Dariani, 11th Conference on Condensed Matter Physics, Shahrood University of Technology, 306 (2013).
67. Study of wavelength and correlation length effects on scattering spectrum from surface of porous silicon nanostructures by Kirchhoff theory, S. Ebrahimnasab and R. S. Dariani, 19th Annual IASBS Meeting on Condensed Matter Physics, Zanjan, 199 (2013).
68. Fabrication of TiO2 Thin Film by using Ethanol Solution with Thermal Evaporation Method, E. Easy and R. S. Dariani, 19th Annual IASBS Meeting on Condensed Matter Physics, Zanjan, 42 (2013).
69. Characterization of SiO2 Thin Layer Deposited on Si Wafer by CVTC Method, T. S. Seyedi Arani, F. Shahshahani, R. S. Dariani, B. Sajad, and S. Z.  Shoorshini, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Birjand University, 724 (2013).
70. Determination of perpendicular strain in porous silicon on p-type silicon (100) substrate by X-ray diffraction, Z. Laktarashi and R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Birjand University, 811 (2013).
71. Nucleation effect on bulk growth of nanostructures at three lattices sc, fcc, and diamond under oblique angle, M. Khorani, R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Birjand University, 2370 (2013).
72. Thickness Determination of SiO2 Thin Film by Reflection Spectrum in the Energy Range of 1.5-5 eV, T. S. Seyedi Arani, F. Shahshahani, R. S. Dariani, B. Sajad , and S. Z. Shoorshinie, The 3rd Iranian Conference on Optics & Laser Engineering, Malek ashtar University of Technology, 510 (2013).
73. Syntesis of TiO2 hollow nanostructure fibres by using cotton template and study of their morphologies with variation of calcination temperature, Z. Karami and R. S. Dariani, Conference on Nanostrutured Solar Cells (NSSC92), Sharif University of Technology, 31 (2013).
74. Simulation of nanostructures with diamond lattice by Monte-Carlo method, M. Khorani and R. S. Dariani, Conference on Computational Physics, Shahid Rajaei University,  169 (2014). 
75. Simulation of nanostructures bulk growth with oblique angle deposition, N. Abbas Hadi,  S. Z. Najafi Mousavi, S. Minaeifard, R. S. Dariani, Conference on Computational Physics, Shahid Rajaei University,  34 (2014).
76. Study of effective factors on packing density in Ni nanostructures growth by Monte-Carlo simulation, M. Abdollahi and R. S. Dariani, 5th International Conference on nanostructures, Kish Island, (2014).
77. Fabrication of highly ordered array of nanoscale holes alumina with anodization, E. Aawani, S. Dadras, and R. S. Dariani, 3rd Conference on Crystal Growth, Semnan University, 147 (2014).
78. Energy Gap Measurement of CdS Nanoparticles Fabricated by SILAR Technique, Z. Emami and R. S. Dariani, Nanotechnology National Meeting on Science and Engineering, Malayer University, 19 (2014). 
79. Time Decay and relationship of voltage with carrier life time of Si wafer, A. Miri and R. S. Dariani, Nanotechnology National Meeting on Science and Engineering, Malayer University, 20 (2014). 
80. Study of aging effect on I-V characteristic and ideality factor of PS/Si nanostructure junction, F. Faraji and R. S. Dariani, Nanotechnology National Meeting on Science and Engineering, Malayer University, 41 (2014).
81. Study of porous silicon nanostructures XRD spectrum by omega scan, M. Nazari and R. S. Dariani, Nanotechnology National Meeting on Science and Engineering, Malayer University, 45 (2014).
82. Fabrication and calcination temperature effect study of SiO2 nanostructured hollow fibers, F. Najafi R. S. Dariani, Nanotechnology National Meeting on Science and Engineering, Malayer University, 55 (2014).  
83. Study of relationship incident flux angle enhancement at oblique angle deposition with formation of columnar nanostructure, A. Miri and R. S. Dariani, Nanotechnology National Meeting on Science and Engineering, Malayer University, 59 (2014).
84. Study of electron quantum transport at one dimension for a mesoscopic media with moderate porosity, N. Abbas Hadi and R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, University of Sistan and Baluchestan, 1523 (2014).
85. Energy Gap Variations of CdS Nanoparticles Fabricated by SILAR Technique with different number of immersion cycles, Z. Emami and R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, University of Sistan and Baluchestan, 1603 (2014).
86. Effect of concentration on color degradation of methylene blue using photocatalytic process TiO2/UV-C, A. Esmaeili, R. S. Dariani, A. Mortezaali, and S. Dehghanpour, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, University of Sistan and Baluchestan, 1996 (2014).
87. Calculation of lattice parameter and mechanical properties of porous silicon nanostructures by omega scan, M. Nazari and R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, University of Sistan and Baluchestan, 1036 (2014).
88. Preparation and characterization of TiO2 nanotubes via anodization of Ti thin film for optoelectronics application, M. Einollahzadeh-Samad and R. S. Dariani, 10th International Conference on Electroluminescence and Optoelectronic Devices, University of Cologne, Germany, 103 (2014).
89. Effect of mass of TiO2 on color degradation of methylene blue using photocatalytic process TiO2/UV-C,  A. Esmaeili, R. S. Dariani, A. Mortezaali, and S. Dehghanpour, The Conference of Nanosciences and Nanotechnologh, University of Payam Noor, (2014). 
90. Drying temperature effect study of SiO2 nanostructured hollow fibers, F. Najafi R. S. Dariani, The Conference of Nanosciences and Nanotechnologh, University of Payam Noor, (2014).
91. Study of electrical properties of TiO2 nanostucture on nanoporous silicon, F. Faraji and R. S. Dariani, 3rd Engineering Electromagnetic Conference of Iran, 67 (2014). 
92. The effect of potential, temperature and duration of the anodizing on Anodic Aluminum Oxide (AAO) films, E. Aawani, S. Dadras, and R. S. Dariani, 5th International Conference on Advanced Nanomaterials, Aveiro, Portugal (2014).
93. Fabrication of YBCO Superconducting Nanowire by using AAO template, E. Aawani, S. Dadras, and R. S. Dariani, 12th Conference on Condensed Matter Physics, Isfahan University of Technology, 221 (2015).
94. Energy Gap Variations of CdS Nanoparticles Fabricated by SILAR Technique with different time and number of immersion cycles, F. Salehi and R. S. Dariani, 12th Conference on Condensed Matter Physics, Isfahan University of Technology, 568 (2015).
95. The Crystal Structure of Nanoparticles of Aluminum Oxide by Sol-Gel Method, S. Emami Kolli, R. S. Dariani, and S. Dehghanpoor, National Conference on Nanostructure and Graphene, Islamic Azad University, 104 (2015).
96. Study of Etching Time Variations on Electrical Characteristics of Porous Silicon, M. Zabihipour and R. S. Dariani, National Conference on Nanostructure and Graphene, Islamic Azad University, 145 (2015).
97. Determination of lattice parameter and elastic properties of two different layers of porous silicon nanostructures by high resolution X-ray diffraction, M. Nazari and R. S. Dariani, National Conference on Nanostructure and Graphene, Islamic Azad University, 209 (2015).
98. Study and comparison of I-V characteristic of two Al/Si/PS/Au and Al/Si/PS/TiO2/Au devices, F. Farji and R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, 1802 (2015). 
99. Structural Study of Aluminum Oxide Nanocrystallites by XRD Pattern, S. Emami Kolli, R. S. Dariani, and S. Dehghanpoor, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, 1652 (2015).
100. Effect of concentration on color degradation of methylene blue using photocatalytic process TiO2/UV-A, A. Esmaeili and R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, 1644 (2015).
101. Determination of stress, perpendicular, and planer strains and elastic properties of supported layers of porous silicon nanostructures with substrate by high resolution X-ray diffraction, M. Nazari and R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, 1843 (2015).
102. Fabrication of graphene nanoflakes by electrochemical exfoliation method and measurement of its characteristics, M. Haditale and R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, 1859 (2015).
103. Study of Porosity Effect on Electrical Characteristics of ZnO/PS/Si Device, M. Zabihipour and R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, 1705 (2015).
104. Study of electron quantum transport for a mesoscopic media with moderate porosity, N. Abbas Hadi and R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, 2050 (2015).
105. Effect of temperature on growth of Nickel nanostructures, a simulation study using structure zone model, S. Z. Najafi Mousavi and R. S. Dariani, Proceeding of the Annual Physics Conference of Iran, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, 2123 (2015).
106. Analytic calculation of graphene nanostructure formation on copper substrate by CVD Method, M. Saadat Tagharoodi and  R. S. Dariani, 7th National Vacuum Conference of Iran, Mazandaran University, Babolsar, 104 (2015).
107. Study of gap energy of cadmium sulfide nanoparticles fabricated by SILAR method with photoluminescence spectrum, F. Salehi and R. S. Dariani, 7th National Vacuum Conference of Iran, Mazandaran University, Babolsar, 25 (2015). 


 

مهارتهای پژوهشی

Porous Silicon

Although Silicon (Si) is the key material in the electronics industry, but it does not fulfill of optical communications because of its small and indirect energy gap. Recently Porous Silicon (PS) showed promising future for optoelectronics. PS is one of my main research since 1990. I prepared PS from p-type and n-type Si with different resistivities and performed the following measurements on them:    

            Composition

The composition of PS is not straightforward, since the nature of the material is affected by the doping of the Si, its orientation, strength of HF during the anodizing, current density, and time. Our measurements showed the relative concentrations of Si, O, C, and H found 2.3, 1.2, 1.4, and 1.2 respectively in PS layer. The theoretical curve showed a close fit. By slightly incresing the Si to 2.5, and using 1.3 for C. The composition data were taken by Elastic Recoil Detection and Nuclear Reaction Analysis methods and confirmed by Rutherford Back Scattering measurement.

            Photoluminescence

PL is a contactless nondestructive method of probing the electronic structure of materials. The PL of the PS films, were taken with an Ar laser operating at 488 nm, showed peak emission at about 740-780 nm and full width half maximum (FWHM) of about 90 nm. The PL spectra and FWHM remained essentially the same up to 300º C. After higher temperature annealing, the intensity dropped considerably and there was a pronounced red shift in the wavelength of peak emission, from 740 to 910 nm.

The PL data also showed that the peak shift is not large from 10 to 150 K and there is no significant change in FWHM. This is probably due to the fact that PL is composed of a range of differing individual sources.

            Electroluminescence

EL  is the conversion of electrical energy into light. A typical EL spectrum shows the wavelength peak occurs at about 540 nm with a FWHM of 86 nm. We have shown that EL in PS is a phenonemnon whose origins are distinctly different from that of PL. A possible origin is recombination radiation in current-carrying Si monohydrides which is likely to be present in the material.

            Photocurrent

            Chemiluminescence

CL is a process that a chemical reaction releases its energy in the form of light. CL occurs when a PS film is anodically oxidized in an aqueous solution of 1M HCl (or other chemicals) at a constant current density. A clear red light was observed even in daylight. This emission, which ceases within seconds due to formation of a continuous oxide layer, was much more intense than the EL, but much poorer durability.

            Current-Voltage

The current-voltage characteristics of PS show Schottky junction like behaviour. After annealing up to 500 ºC, the I-V curves show relatively small changes involving an increase in current at a given voltage of about a factor of 2. From this we conclude that the annealing does not cause large changes in the specimen conductance.

            Soft X-ray Emission

From Si L23 soft X-ray emission we find that oxide grows with time on the surface of PS samples. Most of the oxygen is not present as oxide. However, after about 30 days exposure, the valance band shows clear oxide peaks. After several months, it closely resembles that of furnace-oxidised Si. Since the amount of oxide present on fresh samples shows varation, despite similar preparation conditions, it indicates the sensitivity to slight details in the preparation process. This variability may account for some of the difficulty in obtaining consensus on some PS properties.

            Photoconductivity (PC)

PC is an optical and electrical phenomenon in which a material becomes more conductive due to the absroption of light. We found that inceasing etching time, current density, or electrolyte concentration, created smaller Si pore size and layer porosity, shifting the PC peak from 600 to 520 nm. This shift in the spectral distribution of the PC of the device is indirect evidence of the change in PS microstructure, as opposed to direct observations from others with, for example, scanning electron microscopy. In general, we can say that for PS, the study of PC and transport is still in its infancy.

            Scattering

            Optoelectronics

We have found that although the total porosity of PS can be determined relatively simply by a gravimetric method and electron microscopy, this parameter can only partially explain electrical current transport. A apparently cyclic variation in porosity with anodization time reveals oscillatory creating and etching of pores in silicon, with potential applications in finely controlling the atomic-scale structure in this promising optoelectronics material.

            Gas Sensor

Besides its exciting electro-optical properties, PS shows some interesting features for sensor devices. Our PS samples under different anodization parameters appear that they have best response to oxygen gas. The sensing mechanism is based on a gas-induced modulation effect of the conductivity due to the adsorbed molecules in the porous film. The observed behaviour suggests that the application of PS in future chemical gas and biological sensors is feasible.

            Photovoltaic

PV is the basic physical process that converts light to electricity. It can be suggested that the PV properties are mainly dominated by the absorption of light in PS layer and PS/Si heterojunction. Our devices have shown a maximum external quantum efficiency of 0.14%. All the PS samples found to be very sensitive to optical power with various efficiencies. The main task to be achieved in such devices is the enhancement of the external quantum efficiency. 

            DLA Simulation

            Refractive Index

            Solar Cells

            Waveguide

CdS

            Preparation of Wurtzite CdS

            Photoconductivity

            Impurities Doping

Calculation of Band Strutures

            Lithium Atom by Hartree method  

            Beryllium Atom by K K R method

            Boron Atom by Hartree Fock method

Rough Surfaces

            Two-scale Kirchhoff Theory

Glancing Angle Deposition

            Preparation of Pillar sample

            Preparation of Zig Zag sample

            Preparation of Helix sample

            Photoluminescence

            Photoconductivity 

            Birefringences

            Chirallity

            Scattering

 

افتخارات/جوایز

Scholarship of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Iran for PhD studies, 1990.

Third World Academy of Science (TWAS) grants for Spare Parts for Scientific equipment, Trieste, Italy, 2002.

Winner of the SVC best poster, The Society of Vacuum Coaters, Washington D. C., 2006.

● Selected as a first Scientist at Department of Physics by Alzahra University Council of Research, 2007.

● Selected as a first Scientist at Department of Physics by Alzahra University Council of Research, 2012.

● Selected as a first Scientist at Department of Physics by Alzahra University Council of Research, 2014.

● Selected as a first Scientist at Department of Physics by Alzahra University Council of Research, 2015.


کتب تألیف/ترجمه شده

writting book:

An Overview of Quantum Wells, Wires and Dots, R. S. Dariani  and S. Farokhipoor, (2007).

● A topic namely New porous silicon finding from M. Rajabi and Co-researches published, in a ebook entitled Metals-advances in research and application, Q. Ahston Acton, General Editor, Scholarly Editions, pp 900-901 (2012).

A topic namely Heteroepitaxy on porous silicon, R. S. Dariani in a book entitled Porous silicon handbook, edited by Leigh Canham, Springer International Publishing Switzerland (2014).

A topic namely Effect of Argon Carrier Gas Flux on TiO2 Nanostructures, R. S. Dariani and and Z. Nafari Qaleh in a book entitled Nanoparticles Technology, edited by Mahmood Aliofkhazraei, InTech Europe, Croatia, pp 49-71 (2015).

Translation of Book :

Introduction to Crystallography, C. Hammond, Oxford University Press, 1992; published by Alzahra University Press (2002).

Modern Vacuum Practice, N. Harris, McGraw Hill, 1990; published by Alzahra University Press (2011).


 

سایر مهارتها

Microscopy

            Atomic Force Microscope              (Digital Instruments Multimode SPM, NS4)

            Scanning Electron Microscope        (LEO 1530 Field Emission)

Spectroscopy

            Spectroscopic Ellipsometry           (WVASE32 M-2000VI, J. A. Woollam Co.)

Experimental Techniques

            Four point probe resistivity measurements

            Van der Pauw method for resistivity measurements

            Familiarity with Ar laser system used for Photoluminescence

Computers

            Use of Macintosh and IBM compatible computers

            Software: Excel, Origin, Fortran, Maple, HTML familiarity with MATLAB

            Interfacing computer, data acquisition, control and equipment

Electronics

            Experience with both analog and digital circuits used in experiments

            High voltage power supply (7000 V)

            Use of spectrum analyzer, digital oscilloscope, lock-in amplifier, digital    multimeter, etc.

Vacuum Systems

            Built a glass diffusion  pump with three jet chamber

            Use and maintenance of mechanical and turbo pump stations, leak detector         systems

            Vacuum Evaporator

            Electron Gun Beam

Machine Shop

            Experience with lathe, vertical mill, drill press, soft soldering, and other   machine shop equipment

            Understanding and designing technical drawings