Noushin Nasiri


  • 362 Citations
  • 13 h-Index
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Personal profile


Dr Noushin Nasiri has received her Bachelor and Master of Engineering in Materials Engineering from the University of Tehran in Iran and then pursued her research at the Nanotechnology Research Laboratory of the Australian National University (ANU) where she received her PhD in Nanotechnology, in 2017. In 2017, she took a postdoctoral position at University of Technology Sydney, Faculty of Science where she continued working on nano-structured materials for health and energy application. In September 2018, she joined the School of Engineering at Macquarie University as a Lecturer. She is a passionate science communicator and her research has been recognized with several awards including the First Place in the 2017 AMP Amplify Ignite Competition, the Runner-up Award in the 2016 Famelab Australia Grand Final and the People’s Choice Award for the 2015 ANU 3MT Grand Final.

Honours and Awards

TEDx Sydney Salon April 2017


"First Prize", Amplify Ignite 2017, Sydney, Australia


“Runner-up Award”, Australia Final Famelab Competition, Perth, Australia 


“First Prize Award”, Victorian Semi-Final, Melbourne, Australia


“People’s Choice Award”, ANU 3MT Final, Canberra, Australia


Research interests

  • Photodetectors
  • Solar Cells
  • Gas Sensors
  • Chemical Sensors
  • Nanofabrication
  • Metal Oxide Semiconductors

Research student supervision

I am looking for motivated PhD, Master and undergraduate students to join my group.

Research engagement

Community engagement

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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Nanoparticles Engineering & Materials Science
Self assembly Engineering & Materials Science
Photodetectors Engineering & Materials Science
Aerosols Chemical Compounds
photometers Physics & Astronomy
Tensile properties Engineering & Materials Science
Porosity Engineering & Materials Science
self assembly Physics & Astronomy

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Projects 2019 2019

Research Output 2011 2018

  • 362 Citations
  • 13 h-Index
  • 21 Article
  • 1 Chapter
  • 1 Conference proceeding contribution
  • 1 Conference paper

Advances in wearable sensing technologies and their impact for personalized and preventive medicine

Nasiri, N. & Tricoli, A., 3 Oct 2018, Wearable technologies. Ortiz, J. H. (ed.). London: InTechOpen, p. 3-23 21 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterResearchpeer-review

Open Access
Materials science

Nanoarchitechtonics of visible-blind ultraviolet photodetector materials: critical Features and Nano-Microfabrication

Nasiri, N., Jin, D. & Tricoli, A., 2018, In : Advanced Optical Materials.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Strategic materials

NiO–ZnO nanoheterojunction networks for room-temperature volatile organic compounds sensing

Chen, H., Bo, R., Shrestha, A., Xin, B., Nasiri, N., Zhou, J., Di Bernardo, I., Dodd, A., Saunders, M., Lipton-Duffin, J., White, T., Tsuzuki, T. & Tricoli, A., 19 Nov 2018, In : Advanced Optical Materials. 6, 22, 8 p., 1800677.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Zinc Oxide
Volatile Organic Compounds
Nickel oxide
nickel oxides
volatile organic compounds

Optimally hierarchical nanostructured hydroxyapatite coatings for superior prosthesis biointegration

Nasiri, N., Mukherjee, S., Panneerselvan, A., Nisbet, D. R. & Tricoli, A., 3 Jul 2018, In : ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces. 10, 29, p. 24840-24849 10 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Nanostructured materials
Biocompatible Materials

Low-voltage high-performance UV photodetectors: an interplay between grain boundaries and debye length

Bo, R., Nasiri, N., Chen, H., Caputo, D., Fu, L. & Tricoli, A., 2017, In : ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces. 9, 3, p. 2606-2615 10 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Dark currents
Grain boundaries
Electric potential