Hossein Mehri-Dehnavi

Hossein Mehri-Dehnavi

حسین مهری دهنوی
Email:  mehri[at]nit.ac.ir

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Hossein Mehri-Dehnavi

 
Qualifications
 
Research Interests
Theoretical Physics, Quantum Mechanics: 
Geometric Phase, Entanglement, Quantum Discord, Quantum Information, Quantum Information in non-Inertial Frames, Pseudo-Hermitian and non-Hermitian Quantum Systems.
 
Honors and Awards
 
Previous and Present Positions
Current Position:
• Assistant Professor, (since February 2012), Department of Physics, Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, Babol, Mazandaran, 47148-71167, Iran.

Last Positions:
• Lecturer, (September 2011-January 2012), Department of Physics, Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, Babol, Mazandaran, 47148-71167, Iran.
• Lecturer, (September 2010- September 2011), Department of Physics, Zanjan University, Zanjan, 45371-38111, Iran.
• Postdoctoral fellow, (September 2009-September 2010), Open Research Center for Quantum Computing, Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Kinki University, 3-4-1 Kowakae, Higashi-Osaka, Osaka 577-8502, Japan. 
 
Professional Membership
Membership:
• American Physical Society (APS), Physical Society of Iran. 

Editorial Activities
• Referee of J. Phys. A, J. Phys. B, New J. Phys., and Annals of Phys.
 
Teaching Experiences
A: Graduate Courses
• Classical Mechanics I, Zanjan University, Spring 2011.
• Advanced Quantum Mechanics I, Zanjan University, Spring 2011.
• Advanced Quantum Mechanics II, Zanjan University, Fall 2010.
• Relativistic Quantum Mechanics, Zanjan University, Spring 2007.

B: Undergraduate and High school Courses
• Mathematical Physics, Soufi Razi University, Spring 2011.
• General Physics 1: Babol Noshirvani University.
• General Physics 2 : IASBS, and Babol Noshirvani University.
• Teaching introduction course on research in physics to first year students of the NODET high school, (September 2005-June 2006).

 
Publications
A. Published papers:
[1] H. Mehri-Dehnavi, A. Mostafazadeh, “Geometric Phase for non-Hermitian Hamiltonians and its holonomy interpretation,” J. Math. Phys. 49, (2008) 082105, 17 pages; Impact factor: 1.32 , Cited by: 15; arXiv:0807.3405.
[2] A. Mostafazadeh and H. Mehri-Dehnavi, “Spectral singularities, biorthonormal systems and a two-parameter family of complex point interactions,” J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 42 (2009) 125303, 27 pages; Impact factor: 1.57, Cited by: 20; arXiv:0901.3563.
[3] H. Mehri-Dehnavi, A. Mostafazadeh, and A. Batal, “Application of Pseudo-Hermitian Quantum Mechanics to a Complex Scattering Potential with Point Interactions,” J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 43 (2010) 145301, 19 pages; Impact factor: 1.57, Cited by: 5; arXiv:1002.4472.
[4] H. Mehri-Dehnavi, B. Mirza, H. Mohammadzadeh, R. Rahimi, “Pseudo-Entanglement Evaluated in Noninertial Frames”, Ann. Phys., NY, 326 (2011) 1320, 14 pages; Impact factor: 2.68, Cited by: 0; arXiv:1011.1446.

Conference Papers:
[1] H. Mehri-Dehnavi, “A Brief Review on Geometric Phase in Hermitian and non-Hermitian Quantum Systems,” Conference Proceeding of 16th Spring Theoretical Physics Conference (May 2009), pp. 71-73, IPM, Tehran, Iran.
[2] H. Mehri-Dehnavi, “Spectral singularities and their appearance in scattering Hamiltoninas with complex potential,” Conference Proceeding of 17th Spring Theoretical PhysicsnConference (May 2010), pp. 78-91, IPM, Tehran, Iran.
[3] Z. Ebadi, H. Mohammadzadeh, B. Mirza, H. Mehri-Dehnavi “Entanglement of spin-1 fields in an expanding universe,” submitted to Iranian Physics Conference, April 2011.

Poster
[1] H. Mehri-Dehnavi, B. Mirza, H. Mohammadzadeh, R. Rahimi, “Entanglement of pseudo-pure spinor state in accelerated frames”, Presented at International Iran Conference on Quantum Information (IICQI-10), (September 11-14, 2010), Kish Island, Iran.
 
Supervised Dissertations and Theses
 
Research Projects
 
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