Noushin Nasiri


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Dr Noushin Nasiri is the Head of the NanoTech Laboratory at the School of Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering (FSE). She is one of Australia’s 2021-2022 Superstars of STEM, 2021 40 under 40: Most Influential Asian-Australians, and the recipient of NSW 2019 Young Tall Poppy Science Award. Her research is focused on design and fabrication of nanostructured materials, miniaturized sensor technologies and wearable electronics for personalised and preventive medicine. She serves on the editorial board of Nanotechnology and Nanomanufacturing journals. She is a passionate science communicator who has received considerable outside recognition for her research including TEDx Sydney Salon 2017, TEDx Macquarie University 2019 and TEDx Bligh Street 2020 and ABC Ockham’s Razor 2018. For more information, please visit


TEDx Talks

  1. TEDx Bligh Street, 2020, (Link)
  2. TEDx Macquarie University, 2019, (Link)
  3. TEDx Sydney Salon, 2017, (Link


  • 2021, Leadership in Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Award, FSE, Macquarie University, Link.
  • 2021, Highly Commended finalist, Early Career Researcher of the Year, Research Excellence Award, Macquarie University, Link.
  • 2021, 40 under 40: Most Influential Asian-Australian Award, Link.
  • 2021-2022, Superstars of STEM, Science and Technology Australia, Link.
  • 2020, Early Career Researcher of the Year, FSE, Macquarie University, Link.
  • 2020, First Prize, Macquarie University Early Career Researcher Showcase, Link.
  • 2019, Young Tall Poppy Science Award, Link 1Link 2.
  • 2018, Finalist at “Falling Wall Lab Australia”, Australian Academy of Science, Canberra, Link.
  • 2017, "First Prize", Amplify Ignite, Sydney, Australia, Link.
  • 2016, “Runner-up”, Famelab Grand Final, Perth, Australia, Link 1Link 2.
  • 2016, “First Prize”, Famelab Semi-Final, Melbourne, Australia, Link.
  • 2015, “People’s Choice”, ANU 3MT Final, Canberra, Australia, Link 1Link 2.

Research interests

  • Photodetectors
  • Solar Cells
  • Gas Sensors
  • Chemical Sensors
  • Nanofabrication
  • Metal Oxide Semiconductors
  • Miniaturized and Wearable Devices

Education/Academic qualification

Materials Engineering, PhD, Australian National University

Materials Engineering, Master of Engineering, University of Tehran

Materials Engineering, Bachelor of Engineering (Honours), University of Tehran


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