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Dr. Nasim Zarrabi's New Book!

Dr Nasim Zarrabi, Post Doctoral Researcher with the Sêr SAM Group, has recently published a book with Springer Nature Ltd titled “Optoelectronic Properties of Organic Semiconductors – Charge Generation and Recombination in Next-Generation Photovoltaic Devices”. We here at Sêr SAM offer a major congratulations to Nasim on her most recent achievement!

About the Author (from Springerlink) :

Dr. Nasim Zarrabi was born and raised in Qazvin, Iran. She has pursued her passion for science in three countries. After completing her undergraduate studies in physics in Iran, she relocated first to Germany and then to Australia in 2015. She was introduced to organic electronics and began her research carrier in this field when she joined the Centre for Organic Photonics and Electronics (COPE) at the University of Queensland as a research assistant. In 2017, she moved to the UK to become part of the Sêr SAM research team in Swansea as a Ph.D. candidate. In May 2021, she completed her Ph.D. in Physics under the supervision of Dr. Ardalan Armin and Professor Paul Meredith at Swansea University. Her Ph.D. research was focused on the optical and electronic processes in disorder semiconductors, specifically, organic semiconductor devices. Dr. Zarrabi is currently a postdoctoral research associate at Swansea University, analyzing the fundamental limits of organic optoelectronic devices such as photodetectors and solar cells.

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