University of Calgary, 2500 University Drive NW, Calgary, AB, Canada T2N 1N4 nasser.goharikamelucalgary.ca
Nasser defended his M.Sc. thesis in physics at Sharif University of Technology titled as “Construction and design of a Nd:YAG laser and utilize it in the laser ablation process of Silver, Titanium, and Zinc” (Tehran- Iran, 2014). After graduation, he started to work as a researcher at Institute of Laser and Optics for two years. During this time, he collaborated with Photonics &Quantum Technolgies research school and university of Science and Technology (Tehran-Iran) where he was a co-author to Design and test of an astigmatism compensated dynamical stable ring laser resonator for a subjoule class Nd:YAG laser without external elements. Nasser Started to work at Parayen FARA Co as a Laser and Optics engineer where he dealt with medical short/long pulse lasers such as Nd:YAG, Ruby, Alexandrite, CO2, Erbium, and Dye lasers (Tehran-Iran, 2016-2021). With collaboration to laser research laboratory at Sharif University of Technology, he was a co-author to Temporal output profile of gain-coupled distributed feedback dye laser and The dynamics of gain-coupled distributed feedback dye laser: feedback mechanism and laser field evolution.
Nasser Joined the Quantum Cloud Lab as a PhD student in May 2021.