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Dr Yasir Noori 

Research Fellow - Nanotechnology Expert

I received a first-class honours degree from the University of Dundee in Electronic Engineering and Physics in 2013, during which I was awarded top class medals in my second, third and fourth years and a summer vacation scholarship. I was then awarded a prestigious Faculty of Science and Technology scholarship to study my PhD in the Department of Physics at Lancaster University in Quantum Communications, which I completed in 2017. During my PhD, I co-authored 11 paper publications, 2 book chapters and 1 patent. I was also invited for three talks and was awarded two best talk awards at conference events.

After my PhD, I worked at Lancaster University for one year in developing GaAs high-energy particle detectors as a potential technology for upgrading the ATLAS detector in CERN. I then moved to the University of Southampton as a Research Fellow to work in the School of Electronics and Computer Science as a key member of a £6.3m EPSRC programme grant (ADEPT) for developing phase-change memory using the electroplating method. In this programme, I am responsible for fabricating and characterising phase-change memory and infrared detector devices made of Ge2Sb2Te5 and InSb, respectively.

I am a member of the Institute of Physics (IOP), Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IEEE) and an associate fellow of the higher education academy (AFHEA). In addition to being a Research Fellow, I am also working as a part-time ECS ambassador in Future Worlds, the business accelerator at the University of Southampton. I have also successfully completed over 20 Science and Engineering modules offered by the MIT, Universities of California, Stanford, Pittsburgh, EPFL through the online platforms, EDX and Coursera. 

Research

Research interests

Neuromorphic Computing, Phase Change materials, Integrated Photonics, Quantum Information

Publications

Huang, Ruomeng (2019) Dataset for Towards a 3D GST phase change memory with integrated selector by non-aqueous electrodeposition. University of Southampton doi:10.5258/SOTON/D0601 [Dataset]

Huang, Ruomeng, Kissling, Gabriela, Kashtiban, Reza J., Noori, Yasir, Cicvaric, Katarina, Zhang, Wenjian, Hector, Andrew L., Smith, David, Reid, Gillian, Bartlett, Philip N. and De Groot, Cornelis (2018) Towards a 3D GeSbTe phase change memory with integrated selector by non-aqueous electrodeposition. Faraday Discussions, 1-17. (doi:10.1039/C8FD00126J).

Noori, Yasir (2017) Integrated optical components for quantum key distribution. Lancaster University, Doctoral Thesis, 156pp.

Noori, Yasir, Woodhead, Christopher S. and Young, Robert (2018) Increasing Light Absorption and Collection Using Engineered Structures. In, Kumar Nayak, Parmoda (ed.) Two-dimensional materials for photodetectors. London, UK. IN TECH, pp. 193-212. (doi:10.5772/intechopen.73079).

Roberts, J., Bagci, I.E., Zawawi, M.A.M., Sexton, J., Hulbert, N., Noori, Y.J., Young, M.P., Woodhead, C.S., Missous, M., Migliorato, M.A., Roedig, U. and Young, R.J. (2015) Using quantum confinement to uniquely identify devices. Scientific Reports, 5, 1-8. (doi:10.1038/srep16456).

Orchard, Jonathan R., Woodhead, Chris, Wu, Jiang, Tang, Mingchu, Beanland, Richard, Noori, Yasir, Liu, Huiyun, Young, Robert J. and Mowbray, David J. (2017) Silicon-based single quantum dot emission in the telecoms C-band. ACS Photonics, 4 (7), 1740-1746. (doi:10.1021/acsphotonics.7b00276).

Young, M.P., Woodhead, C.S., Roberts, J., Noori, Y.J., Noble, M.T., Krier, A., Smakman, E.P., Koenraad, P.M., Hayne, M. and Young, R.J. (2014) Photoluminescence studies of individual and few GaSb/GaAs quantum rings. AIP Advances, 4 (11), 1-6. (doi:10.1063/1.4902177).

Noori, Yasir J., Cao, Yameng, Roberts, Jonathan, Woodhead, Christopher, Bernardo-Gavito, Ramon, Tovee, Peter and Young, Robert J. (2016) Photonic crystals for enhanced light extraction from 2D materials. ACS Photonics, 3 (12), 2515-2520. (doi:10.1021/acsphotonics.6b00779).

Roberts, J., Bagci, I.E., Zawawi, M.A.M., Sexton, J., Hulbert, N., Noori, Y.J., Woodhead, C.S., Missous, M., Migliorato, M.A., Roedig, U. and Young, R.J. (2016) Atomic-scale authentication with resonant tunneling diodes. MRS Advances, 1 (22), 1625-1629. (doi:10.1557/adv.2016.156).

Woodhead, C.S., Roberts, J., Noori, Y.J., Cao, Y., Bernardo-Gavito, R., Tovee, P., Kozikov, A., Novoselov, K. and Young, R.J. (2017) Increasing the light extraction and longevity of TMDC monolayers using liquid formed micro-lenses. 2D Materials, 4 (1), 1-8. (doi:10.1088/2053-1583/4/1/015032).

Bernardo Gavito, Ramón, Jiménez Urbanos, Fernando, Roberts, Jonathan, Sexton, James, Astbury, Benjamin, Shokeir, Hamzah, McGrath, Thomas, Noori, Yasir J., Woodhead, Christopher S., Missous, Mohamed, Roedig, Utz and Young, Robert J. (2017) N-state random switching based on quantum tunnelling. In Nanoengineering: Fabrication, Properties, Optics, and Devices XIV. vol. 10354, SPIE.. (doi:10.1117/12.2273298).

Bernardo-Gavito, Ramón, Bagci, Ibrahim Ethem, Roberts, Jonathan, Sexton, James, Astbury, Benjamin, Shokeir, Hamzah, McGrath, Thomas, Noori, Yasir J., Woodhead, Christopher S., Missous, Mohamed, Roedig, Utz and Young, Robert J. (2017) Extracting random numbers from quantum tunnelling through a single diode. Scientific Reports, 7 (1), 1-6. (doi:10.1038/s41598-017-18161-9).

Alhodaib, Aiyeshah, Noori, Yasir J., Carrington, Peter J., Sanchez, Ana M., Thompson, Michael D., Young, Robert J., Krier, Anthony and Marshall, Andrew R.J. (2018) Room-temperature mid-infrared emission from faceted InAsSb multi quantum wells embedded in InAs nanowires. Nano Letters, 18 (1), 235-240. (doi:10.1021/acs.nanolett.7b03977).

Al-Saymari, Furat, Craig, Adam, Noori, Yasir, Lu, Qi, Marshall, Andrew and Krier, Anthony (2019) Electroluminescence enhancement in mid-infrared InAsSb resonant cavity light emitting diodes for CO2 detection. Applied Physics Letters, 114 (17), 171103. (doi:10.1063/1.5090840).

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