Mohammad Saeed Bahramy


  • 7.08 Schuster Building, Department of Physics and Astronomy, The University of Manchester, Oxford Road

    M13 9PL Manchester

    United Kingdom

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Dr Mohammad Saeed Bahramy is a Lecturer in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics at the Department of Physics and Astronomy in the University of Manchester. His research is focused on the study of exotic states of quantum matter using advanced computational techniques. He is particularly interested in studying topological phases of matter, quantum confinement phenomena at the interface of heterogeneous materials, thermopower generation and manipulation in low-dimensional systems, strongly correlated electron systems, and superconductivity. The primary goal of his research is to theoretically predict new physical phenomena in these systems and design materials with advanced electronic functionalities. He is also interested in the development of new theoretical approaches and computational techniques to extend the reach and power of the available first-principles methods.

Areas of expertise

  • QC Physics
  • Applied Physics
  • material science
  • Computational Physics

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