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Mesli Abdelmadjid

Mesli Abdelmadjid

Adjunct Professor

Office
  435C
Tel
  +86-21-34206765 Ext. 4353
Fax
  +86-21-34206525
Email
  mesli@sjtu.edu.cn

Education

State Doctorate Defects in semiconductors, Strasbourg University, France (1997)
Ph.D. Semiconductor physics (1982)
M.E. Energy conversion, Strasbourg University, France (1979)
B.E. Physics, Strasbourg University, France (1978)

Work Experience

2016-pres. Invited Professor every fall at UM-SJTU Joint Institute, Shanghai, China
2009-2012 Invited Professor at Muscat University, Sultanate of Oman
2004-2005 Invited Professor at Aarhus University, Denmark
1997–pres. Director of research, CNRS, France
1995 Visiting scientist at Caltech (California Institute of Technology)
1989 – 1997 Researcher First class at CNRS, France
1984 – 1989 Researcher Second class at CNRS, France
1982 – 1984 Associate researcher, CNRS (National Center for Scientific Research), Physics and Application of Semiconductors

Honors and Awards

  • NATO grant for a sabbatical year at CALTECH (California Institute of Technology, USA) (1995)
  • National and International expert for semiconductor physics and technology

Selected Publications

  • D. Hamri, A. Teffahi, A. Djeghlouf, A. Saidane, A. Mesli, Temperature dependent transport characterization of iron on n−type (111) Si(0.65)Ge(0.35) Schottky diodes, , Journal of Alloys and Compounds 763 (2018) 173−179
  • Yaping Dan, Xingyan Zhao, Kaixiang Chen and Abdelmadjid Mesli, A Photoconductor Intrinsically Has No Gain, , ACS Photonics 2018, 5 (10), 4111−4116.
  • Kaixiang Chen, Xiaolong Zhao, Abdelmadjid Mesli, Yongning He and Yaping Dan, Dynamics of charge carriers in silicon nanowire photoconductors revealed by photo Hall effect measurements, , ACS Nano 12 (2018) 3436−3441
  • Xuejiao Gao, Bin Guan, Abdelmadjid Mesli, Kaixiang Chen & Yaping Dan, Deep level transient spectroscopic investigation of phosphorus−doped silicon by self−assembled molecular monolayers, , Nature communication, 9, (2018) 118
  • M. A.H. Khalafalla,  A. Mesli, H. M. Widattallah, A. Sellai, S. Al-Harthi, Haider A. J. Al-Lawatiand F. O. Suliman, Size-dependent conductivity dispersion of gold nanoparticle colloids in a microchip: contactless measurements, J. Nanoparticle Research 16, 2546 (2014)
  • M. Aziz, P. Ferrandis, A. Mesli, R. H. Mari, J. F. Felix, A. Sellai, D. Jameel, N. Al Saqri, A. Khatab, D. Taylor and M. Henini, Deep-Level Transient Spectroscopy of Interfacial States in “Buffer-Free” p-i-n GaSb/GaAs, Device, J. of Appl. Phys., 114, 134507 (2013)
  • S. H. Al-Harthi,K. P. Revathy, F. Gard,A. Mesli, A. K. George,J. Bartringer, M. Mamor,N. V. Unnikrishnan, Self-assembly of Silver Nanoparticles and Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes on Decomposed GaAs Surfaces, Nanoscale Res. Lett.,5, 1737 (2010)
  • M. Christian Petersen,(1) A. Nylandsted Larsen(1) and A. Mesli, Divacancy defects in germanium studied using deep-level transient spectroscopy, Phys. Rev. B82, 075203 (2010)
  •  A. Mesli, L. Dobaczewski, K.Bonde Nielsen, Vl. Kolkovsky, M. Christian Petersen, and A. Nylandsted Larsen, Low-temperature irradiation-induced defects in germanium: In-situ analysis, Phys. Rev. B78, 165202 (2008)
  • Bin Guan, Hamidreza Siampour,  Zhao Fan,, Shun Wang, Xiangyang Kong, Abdelmadjid Mesli , Jian Zhang, Yaping Dan, Nanoscale Nitrogen Doping in  Silicon by Self-Assembled Monolayers, Under revision for Scientific Report, 5, 12641, (2015)

Professional Service

Books editing

  • Defects in Silicon: Hydrogen, Elsevier 1998
  • Process induced defects in semiconductors, Elsevier 1999
  • Copper in semiconductors, Elsevier 2003

Chairing and / or organizing international conferences and workshops

  • European Materials Research Society (1998-1999)
  • IBMM (Kobe, Japan, 2002)
  • CADRES (Catania, Italy, 2004)
  • CADRES (Crete, Greece, 2006)
  • DRIP (Berlin, Germany, 2007)
  • ICDS (Christchurch, New Zealand, 2011)

Partnership

7 French partners and 44 foreigners

Courses Taught (Recent 5 Years)

  • Mathematics for Engineers
  • Classical mechanics
  • Electromagnetism
  • Defects and Semiconductors physics