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    University of Louisville, Louisville, KY

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    Mehdi M. Yazdanpanah is a Research Faculty Scientist at the University of Louisville (UofL) where his current research is devoted to developing applications of the selectively nanostructured alloys for probing and nanomanipulation of soft materials and live single cells. He holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering with honors from UofL (2006), where he studied directed self-assembly of nanostructures via Ga-M reactions. He also holds the B.S. degree in Physics from Sharif University of Technology (1998) and the M.S. degree in Physics from the Beheshti University, Iran (2001), where he designed and built a scanning tunneling microscope (STM). Recently, he founded NaugaNeedles LLC where he is developing commercial products and applications of the selectively grown Ga-M nanostructures.

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