Dr. Mahyar Mazloumi is a research associate at RMC working with Dr. Sabat on advanced optical materials, plasmonics and metasurfaces. He earned his PhD in 2013 from University of Waterloo on nanotechnology and then worked at national research council of Canada on metrology of nanomaterials. He has a multi-disciplinary background on materials science, nanomaterials, optics, chemistry and characterization techniques. His interests are: hybrid nanomaterials, metasurfaces and characterization techniques.
Tunable narrowband plasmonic light emission from metallic crossed surface relief gratings, Ethan Diak, Mahyar Mazloumi, and Ribal Georges Sabat, Opt. Express 28, 39629-39639 (2020)
- Dispersion, stability and size measurements for cellulose nanocrystals by static multiple light scattering, M Mazloumi, LJ Johnston, ZJ Jakubek, 2018, Cellulose, 1-18.
- Ensemble and Single Particle Fluorescence Characterization of Dye-Labeled Cellulose Nanocrystals, T Leng, ZJ Jakubek, M Mazloumi, ACW Leung, LJ Johnston, 2017, Langmuir 33 (32), 8002–8011.
- Graphene oxide film as a template for the creation of three-dimensional lamellar metal oxides and reduced graphene oxide/metal oxide hybrids, X Gao, M Mazloumi, L Cheung, XS Tang, 2014, MRS Communications 4 (4), 171.
- Fabrication of three-dimensional carbon nanotube and metal oxide hybrid mesoporous architectures, M Mazloumi, S Shadmehr, Y Rangom, LF Nazar, X Tang, 2013, ACS nano 7 (5), 4281-4288.
For a complete list of publications please visit Dr Mahyar Mazloumi's Google Scholar page
Other than being a researcher, Mahyar is a writer/poet. You can find his published poetry collection in Mahyar Mazloumi's "Climate Change" available on Amazon.