IASBS Departments
Department of Chemistry
Chemistry Department

The Department of Chemistry at the IASBS started its formal activities in fall 1999 with five Master’s students and five faculty members. This was just seven years after the opening of the Institute. The courses initially focused in two areas, analytical chemistry, and organic chemistry. In the winter of 2005, our first group of Ph.D. students started their studies. Currently, the Department is working in six different disciplines: Organic Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Nano Chemistry, and Polymer Chemistry.

Dr. Habib Kazemi

(Head of the Chemistry Department)

The Chemistry Department has broad collaborations and international relations with other Universities in various parts of the world and has signed academic agreements with some of them to facilitate visits and collaborations for students and faculty members. Our activities have relevance to a wide-range of challenges such as those in porous catalyst synthesis, energy storage and conversion research, fuel cells and solar cells, synthetic compounds, sensors and environmental issues.

M.Sc. Defense

Porous Polymeric Materials Prepared via Pickering Emulsion Polymerization targeted Applied for Acid-catalysis

Saeed Ghanouni - Department of Chemistry
2019-10-14 11:00:00
Place: University Amphitheater

Ph.D. Defense

Investigation of true catalyst in water oxidation reactions: from nano-metal oxides to modified complexes

Yoones Mousazadeh - Department of Chemistry
2019-10-07 10:30:00
Place: University Amphitheater

M.Sc. Defense

Electrochemical Investigations of Nanosized Cobalt, Iron, and Manganese Compounds as Water-Oxidizing Catalysts

Zahra Abdi - Department of Chemistry
2019-10-06 14:00:00
Place: Torkaman Lecture Hall

M.Sc. Defense

Application of Nano Titania in Seed Coating

Atefeh Naghipour - Chemistry, Department of
2019-10-01 16:00:00
Place: Torkaman Lecture Hall

M.Sc. Defense

1) Reinvestigation of water oxidation catalyzed by some copper complexes 2) A new method to synthesize Fe-Ni oxide-based catalyst for water oxidation

Mohammad Saleh Aliakbari - Department of Chemistry
2019-10-01 11:00:00
Place: Science House Amphitheater

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