||In September 2009 I enrolled at Northeastern University as a Chemical Engineering PhD student. I am working on magnetic properties of Fe-doped Titania nanotubes, under supervision of Dr. Laura H. Lewis and Dr. Latika Menon. The advantages out of this unique material may be enhanced by incorporation of transition metals such as Ni, Fe, and Co. By incorporating the transition metals in titania nanotubes, it is possible that a dilute magnetic semiconductors (DMS) may be achieved, with applications in spintronic devices. I hope to find a method of preparing this tailored material and study its magnetic, optical, and morphological properties.
Pegah M. Hosseinpour, Jalil Morshedian, Mehdi Barikani, Hamed Azizi, Ali S. Pakdaman, "Morphological, Mechanical and Rheological Studies of PVC/ABS Blends in Presence of Maleic Anhydride", J. Vinyl & Additive Technology. Vol. 16, No.2 (2010) 127-134
Jalil Morshedian, Pegah M. Hoseinpour, Hamed Azizi, Rasoul Parvizzad, "Effect of polymer structural properties and additives on silane grafting of polyethylene", eXPRESS Polymer Letters. Vol.3, No.2 (2009) 105-115
Jalil Morshedian, Pegah M. Hoseinpour, "Polyethylene Crosslinking: Silane Method, a Review", Iranian Polymer Journal. Vol.18, No.2 (2009) 103-128
Jalil Morshedian, Pegah M. Hoseinpour, "Silane Grafting of Polyethylene: Effect of Molecular Structure, Physical Form, Blending, and Antioxidants", e-polymers (www.e-polymers.org). No. 024 (2009)