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College of engineering
Mail stop 303
2801 W.bancroft St.
Toledo, OH 43606
Researcher ID: D-6491-2014
obtained a PhD in Materials Science from the University of Science and
Tehran-IRAN in 2012 ( at the age of 30). During his stay at University of
Toledo, he is working as a postdoctoral research fellow in the department of
chemical and environmental engineering; where he is involved in the synthesis,
processing, development and characterization of glass formulations as seal
materials for fuel cells. His research is focused on Stable Glass-Ceramic
Nano-composites a Compliant Seals for SOFCs.
Dr. Imanieh has
several years of experience in the glass and glass ceramic area. Much of his
work has been devoted toward bringing innovative glass ceramics materials such
as X-ray sensitive glasses and up-conversion oxyfluoride glasses. He has
authored 11 journal papers, 10 conference proceeding papers and holds and 1
Iranian patents. According to his PhD
thesis, the efficiency of up convertor glass ceramics improved and by finding
the effect of the base glass composition in the up-conversion properties of the
oxyfluoride glass ceramics new doors have opened for further investigations.
His thesis also presents a new novel crystal for the up-conversion process.
According to his PhD thesis 5 ISI article were published, where 2 of them was
in the high prestige journal of American ceramic society.