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Shahram Hatefi Hesari

Ph.D Student - SiPM Based Systems
University of Tennessee, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department

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Shahram Hatefi Hesari received his BS in Electrical Engineering from Shiraz University and MS in Electrical Engineering from Amirkabir University of Technology - Tehran Polytechnic. He is currently a PhD Student and Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Teaching assistant in the Tennessee Governor’s School for the Sciences and Engineering, mentor for Young Scholars Program (YSP) in the Center for Ultra-Wide-Area Resilient Electric Energy Transmission Networks (CURENT and also electrical engineering and computer science department's Senator at UTK graduate student senate (GSS)


  • Biosensors and Biomedical Device Applications
  • Low-power Integrated Circuit Design
  • Analog/Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuit Design
  • RF Microelectronics
  • Monolithic Sensors
  • Nanotechnology and Molecular Scale Electronics
  • Semiconductor Device Modeling
  • Bio-Microelectronics
  • MEMS
  • Vice President of Graduate Student Senate, The University of Tennessee, 2020-2021
  • Professional development travel award, Graduate Student Senate, The University of Tennessee, 2020
  • Chancellor's Award for Extraordinary Professional Promise, The University of Tennessee, 2020
  • Electrical Engineering and Computer Science department’s Senator at graduate student senate (GSS), The University of Tennessee, 2019-2020
  • Chancellor's Top-Off Student Award, The University of Tennessee, Academic Year 2019-2020
  • Executive board and technology officer of Graduate Student Senate, The University of Tennessee, 2019
  • Excellence in Service award, Graduate Student Senate (GSS), The University of Tennessee, 2019
  • Chancellor's Award for Extraordinary Professional Promise, The University of Tennessee, 2019
  • USNC-URSI 2019 Travel Fellowship to attend the U.S. National Committee for the International Union of Radio Science (“USNC-URSI”) National Radio Science Meeting in Boulder, Colorado, January 9 –12, 2019 (“NRSM 2019”)
  • Chancellor's Top-Off Student Award, The University of Tennessee, Academic Year 2018-2019
  • Chancellor's Award for Extraordinary Professional Promise, The University of Tennessee, 2018
  • Graduate Student Senate (GSS) Travel Award, The University of Tennessee, 2018
  • Excellence Fellowship Award, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science department, The University of Tennessee, Academic Year 2017-2018