Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
50 Vassar St.
Suite 36-213, Room 36-215
Cambridge, MA 02139
|Amir graduated with his doctorate from National University of Singapore (NUS) at the Data Storage Institute (DSI).
He is a post doctoral associate of Karl Berggren's research group. His research is on using block copolymers for fabrication of 3-D nanostructures, hybrid morphology on a substrate, and high-resolution patterns.
“Rectangular Symmetry Morphologies in a Topographically Templated Block Copolymer” , Amir Tavakkoli K. G., Adam F. Hannon, Kevin W. Gotrik, Alfredo Alexander-Katz, Caroline A. Ross, Karl K. Berggren Advanced Materials 12 JUNE ASAP (2012) [internal link]
Templating Three-Dimensional Self-Assembled Structures in Bilayer Block Copolymer Films” A. Tavakkoli K. G., K. W. Gotrik, A. F. Hannon, A. Alexander-Katz, C. A. Ross, K. K. Berggren, Science 8 ASAP (2012)
A. Tavakkoli K. G., Kevin Gotrik, Adam Floyd Hannon, Caroline Ross and Karl K. Berggren, Fabricating complicated three-dimensional structures by templated self-assembly, 2011 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit November 28 - December 2, 2011, Boston, USA
A. Tavakkoli K. G., Adam Floyd Hannon, Kevin Gotrik, Caroline Ross and Karl K. Berggren, Locally controlling the morphology of Self-Assembled Block Copolymer Patterns by Templating, The 37th International Conference on Micro and Nano Engineering, MNE, 19 – 23 September 2011, Berlin, Germany
A. Tavakkoli K. G., Kevin Gotrik, Adam Floyd Hannon, Jae-Byum Chang, Sam Nicaise, Caroline Ross and Karl K. Berggren, Spatial-frequency doubling below the block copolymer period by templated self-assembly, The 55th International Conference on Electron, Ion, and Photon Beam Technology and Nanofabrication, EIPBN, 31 May-3 June 2011, Las Vegas, USA