Daryoush Shiri obtained his BS and MS in Electrical Engineering at Sharif University of Technology and AmirKabir (Tehran Polytechnic) University, respectively. He then worked as a RF/analog CMOS design engineer and team leader in startup companies. After this industrial experience, he received his PhD in electrical and computer engineering in 2013 from University of Waterloo, Canada. His thesis was devoted to computational study of electron transport in silicon nanowires under supervision of Professor M. P. Anantram.
He was a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC), Waterloo (2013-2015), where worked on a project to develop a scalable package for quantum computing circuits. He moved to Sweden in 2016 as a postdoctoral fellow at Department of Physics, Chalmers University of Technology, to work on heat transport in 2D materials. Currently he is a researcher (forskare) at Quantum Technology Laboratory (QTL) at the same university and works on the simulation of superconducting microwave circuits for scalable quantum computers, which is part of the European OpenSuperQ project. He supervised both undergraduate and graduate students.
His research contributions include: Proposing population inversion in silicon nanowires, Gunn effect in silicon nanowires, voltage-controlled heat diode and heat-to-mechanical vibration in graphene.
Computational Physics and Engineering of Semiconductor Nano-devices:
- Electron-phonon interactions in Silicon nanowires
- Nonlinear optics of Silicon nanowires and 2D materials
- Heat transport in 2D materials
- Numerical solution of Partial Differential Equations (PDE), Finite Element Method (FEM)
- Molecular Dynamics (MD) and Density Functional Theory (DFT) methods
- Electromagnetic simulation of superconducting microwave elements for scalable quantum computer chips
- MATLAB and Python simulation of cQED physics
Circuit Theory and Design:
- Design, simulation and layout of CMOS Analog/RF integrated circuits for optical and wireless communications
Teaching and Pedagogy:
- Course Design, Teaching Large Classrooms,
- Interactive Teaching, Understanding the Learners
- Circuit Theory, Logic circuits, Electromagnetics, Device physics
Diploma of Mathematics and Physics, 1994.
Bahman High School, Tehran, Iran
B.Sc. of Electronics Engineering, 1998.
Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Diploma Deutsch (German Language Diploma), 1999.
Carl Duisburg Centren (CDC), Tehran, Iran
M.Sc. of Electronics Engineering, 2001.
Amir Kabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
PhD of Electrical and Computer Engineering (Nanotechnology Program), June 2013.
University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada