About Me

I am an Iranian physicist in high energy. The main focus of my research is the theoretical black hole physics. My mother language is Persian. I was born on October 30 1980 in Tehran, and grew up in one of the suburbs of Tehran, a small city called Boomehen, until I got 19 years old. After taking an Associate Degree in maintenance of airplanes in 2 years, I continued working in the aviation industry until I was 24. I changed my field of study to physics in Sharif University of Technology in Tehran. In 10 years I took the bachelor, master, and Ph.D all in the same university. Meanwhile, in 2008 I won the gold medal in 13th national Olympiad of physics in Iran. As my first postdoctoral position, I was a researcher in the Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences (IPM) from 2015 until 2018. Then, I followed my research career as a Riemann fellow in Leibniz University Hanover in 2019, and continued with a new position as a postdoc in Middle East Technical University (ODTÜ) in Ankara, Turkey from December 2019 until November 2020. From December 2020 until April 2022 I was a researcher in HWK institute of advanced study, and Oldenburg University in Germany. Since then, I am again a researcher in ODTÜ. I lost my mother and father when I was 28 and 38 years old.