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I am Mostafa Moonir Shawrav, originally from Bangladesh, currently working as a Post-doctoral Researcher in an European Research Council (ERC) funded project at Institute of Sensor and Actuator System (ISAS), Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien), Austria. During my first post-doc, I worked at the Institute of Solid State Electronics (FKE), TU Wien. During my PhD, I worked in a Marie Curie Initial Training Network Project (ENHANCE) and Austrian Science Funded Project (CRYSPEC2) at the same university. Earlier, I worked as the Research Assistant at ICTEAM,Université catholique de Louvain (UCL), Belgium. Prior to that, I completed M.Sc. in Nanotechnology from university of Twente, The Netherlands. I finished my master thesis at NanoElectronics group of MESA+ - Institute for Nanotechnology. I completed my B.Sc. in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from American International University-Bangladesh (AIUB).


Summary

  •  6+ years research experience in 7+ scientific research projects in nanoelectronics and nanofabrication
  • 10 peer-reviewed journals and 30+ conference talks/posters
  • 3 individual international  awards and 2 group awards
  • 6+ training courses from 4 different academic & industrial institutes
  • 3000+ hours cleanroom work experience
  • Co-writer of 3+ European research proposals 

Research Interests

  • Nanoelectronics  
  • Nanofabrication
  • Nanoplasmonics
  • Nanomechanics
  • Molecular Electronics
  • Semiconductor nanowires
  • Gold nanostructures


Recent activities

  • Started working as Post-doc at Micro and Nanosensors (MNS) group at TU Wien from December 2016
  • Speaker of the Beam induced deposition and 3D microprintig session of MNE, Vienna September 2016
  • Presented highly conductive FEBID gold nanostructures in FEBIP workshop Vienna, July 2016. The work was praised by the leading scientists from the field mentioning as "giant leap and a great boost for the whole topic" and regarded as the top 3 remarkable progress of the topic in this biannual workshop.
  • Presented etching work at CELINA meeting Krakow in May 2016
  • Elected as the Fellow of Royal Microscopical Society (RMS) from January, 2016
  • Started working as Post-doctoral researcher at TU Vienna from September, 2015
  • Completed PhD with distinction in August, 2015
  • Co-author of the Best Poster Award at EIPBN, San Diego US in 2015
  • Received the "Best Graduate Student" award at E-MRS Spring Meeting (Symposium Z) 2015 Lille, France for outstanding contribution
  • My research work has been featured as the cover image of the Chemical Vapor Deposition Link

  • I have taken a Scanning Electron Microscope image of various types of diatoms, which is placed in the header of the International Microscopy Congress website

  • I wrote a review on the book "nanodesign" which has been published in the Royal Microscopical Society Proceedings: "infocus" magazine, Issue 34 June 2014, Page 84 - 85

  • IFSM Young Scientists: Awarded the 2014 IFSM  Young Scientistis Scholarship to join special IFSM Microscopy School at the IFSM School at International Microscopy Congress. 50 Young Scientistis have been selected from all over the world. List of IFSM Young Scientists
  • Gave an oral presentation at 4th ASEM Workshop on "Advanced Electron Microscopy" at University of Vienna, May 2014
  • Presented two posters at Micro and Nano Engineering (MNE) conference in London, UK, September 2013
  • Received European Microscopy Scholarship 2013 to attend Microscopy Conference, Regensburg, Germany, August 2013