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Hamed Koochaki Kelardeh

Education

Georgia State University

Biography

Hamed Koochaki Kelardeh is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Georgia State University (GSU) and the affiliate member of the Center for Nano-Optics (CeNO). He received his Master’s degree in Physics from Iran University of Science and Technology (IUST) and then pursued his research at Dr. Mark Stockman’s group of the GSU  Center for Nano-Optics where he received his PhD in Condensed Matter Physics, in January 2017. His research at CeNO revolves around theoretical and computational Physics with a major emphasis on Nano-optics, Nanoplasmonic and Ultrafast phenomena in light-matter interactions. In his Ph.D. dissertation entitled “Ultrafast Laser-induced Kinetics in Two-dimensional Materials,” he theorized the fundamentals of an ultrafast and ultrastrong optical field interacting with graphene and graphene-like nanocrystals as a prototype of the two-dimensional class of materials. He studied a new class of phenomena in condensed matter optics when a strong optical pulse field ~ 1-3 V/A reversibly changes the solid within an optical cycle. During a single oscillation of a strong optical pulse, a dielectric crystal undergoes a reversible transition to a semi-metallic state. Such a pulse drives ampere-scale currents in dielectrics and controls their properties in a non-perturbative manner on a 100-as temporal scale. These are fastest phenomena in optics unfolding within half period of light.

Dr. Koochaki Kelardeh research has been recognized with more than 10 peer-reviewed articles. He has been recognized by the GSU Physics Department Executive Committee for outstanding research accomplishments in the year 2017.

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Representative Publications:

+ 2016

•  [12] H. Koochaki Kelardeh, V. Apalkov, M. I. Stockman, “graphene under a few-cycle optical field: ultrafast interferometry and light-field driven current,” GSU Scientific Computing Day Conference (SCD2016)

•  [11] H. Koochaki Kelardeh, V. Apalkov, M. I. Stockman, “Topological properties of graphene on a corrugated substrate subjected to chiral excitation radiation,” (under preparation)

•   [10]  H. Koochaki Kelardeh, M. I. Stockman, “SPASER as a highly radiative local nano resonance,” (under preparation).

•   [9]  H. Koochaki Kelardeh, V. Apalkov, M. I. Stockman, “Attosecond strong-field interferometry in graphene: Chirality, singularity, and Berry phase” Phys Rev B 93(15),155434, (2016).

•  [8] H. Koochaki Kelardeh, V. Apalkov, M. I. Stockman, “Buckled Dirac Materials in Ultrashort and Strong Optical Field: Coherent Control and Reversibility Modulation.” IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology, vol. 15, pp. 51-59, (2016).

•  [7] H. Koochaki Kelardeh, V. Apalkov, M. I. Stockman, “Topological manifestation of graphene in ultrafast lasers,” PGSA Fall Conference,  Georgia State University, Nov. 2016.

•  [6] H. Koochaki Kelardeh, “Numerical study of K? X-ray emission from multi-layered cold and compressed targets irradiated by ultra-short laser pulses.” International Conference on Atomic and Nuclear Physics, Atlanta, USA, Nov. 2016, DOI: 10.4172/2329-6542.C1.003

•   [5] H. Koochaki Kelardeh, V. Apalkov, M. I. Stockman, “Graphene under a few-cycle circularly polarized optical field: ultrafast interferometry and Berry phase manifestation,” SPIE Optics &Photonics, San Diego, CA, Aug 2016

•  [4] H. Koochaki Kelardeh, V. Apalkov, M. I. Stockman, “Silicene and Germanine in Ultrafast and Superstrong Optical Fields,” PGSA Spring Conference,  Georgia State University, April 2016.

•  [3] H. Koochaki Kelardeh, V. Apalkov, M. I. Stockman, “Buckled graphene-like materials in ultrashort and strong optical field: coherent control of symmetry and reversibility,” SPIE Photonics West, San Francisco, CA, Feb 2016.

•  [2] H. Koochaki Kelardeh, V. Apalkov, M. I. Stockman, “Buckled Graphene-like Materials in Ultrafast and Superstrong Optical Field” APS March Meeting, Baltimore, MD, March 2016, #001036.

•  [1] H. Koochaki Kelardeh, V. Apalkov, M. I. Stockman, “Buckled Dirac materials in ultrashort and strong optical field,” Career, Research, Innovation, and Development Conference (CRIDC), Georgia Tech, Mar 2016

+ 2015

•  [6] H. Koochaki Kelardeh, V. Apalkov, M. I. Stockman, “Ultrafast field control of symmetry, reciprocity, and reversibility in buckled graphene-like materials.” Phys. Rev. B 92, 045413, (2015).

•  [5] H. Koochaki Kelardeh, V. Apalkov, M. I. Stockman, “Graphene in ultrafast and superstrong laser fields,” Phys. Rev. B 91, 045439, (2015).

•  [4] H. Koochaki Kelardeh, V. Apalkov, M. I. Stockman, “Controllable Reversibility of Ultrafast Electron Dynamics in Buckled Dirac Materials,” 2015 IEEE Nanotechnology Materials and Devices Conference (NMDC), Anchorage, Alaska.

•  [3] H. Koochaki Kelardeh, M. I. Stockman, “Theoretical study of electron dynamics in graphene interacting with ultrafast and ultrastrong laser pulses.” IEEE Xplore SoutheastCon, pp. 1-5, 2015.

•  [2] H. Koochaki Kelardeh, V. Apalkov, M. I. Stockman, “Graphene in ultrafast and ultrastrong laser pulses,” APS March Meeting, San Antonio, TX, March 2015, #L17.001.

•  [1] H. Koochaki Kelardeh, V. Apalkov, M. I. Stockman, “Electronic properties of graphene in strong static electric field,” APS March Meeting, San Antonio, TX, March 2015, #Y1.013.

+ 2014

•  [3] H. Koochaki Kelardeh, V. Apalkov, M. I. Stockman, “Wannier-Stark states of graphene in strong electric field.” Phys. Rev. B 90, 085313, (2014).

•  [2] H. Koochaki Kelardeh, M.H. Mahdieh, “Numerical Study of K? X-ray Emission from Multi-layered Cold and Compressed Targets Irradiated by Ultrashort Laser Pulses.” arXiv:1508.00592, (2014).

•  [1] H. Koochaki Kelardeh, V. Apalkov, M. I. Stockman, “Optical field-induced charge transfer through graphene monolayer,” 13th International Conference on Near?Field Optics, Nanophotonics, and Related Techniques (NFO13), Salt Lake City, UT, Sep 2014.