Mohammad received his B.Sc. in material science and engineering from Sharif University of Technology, Iran. He obtained his M.Sc. in chemistry from Bilkent University, Turkey. He is doing his PhD in Materials Chemistry under supervision of Assist. Prof. Mika Sipponen at Stockholm University.
During his Master, Mohammad worked on inorganic precipitation patterns, A.K.A. Liesegang patterns. Liesegang patterns are discrete precipitation rings which occur due to the interplay between reaction and diffusion. In the SUSMATCHEM group, Mohammad will work on CO2 capture and valorization of lignin within the C1Bio project.
Morsali, M., Khan, M., Ashirov, R., Holló, G., Baytekin, H., Lagzi, I., & Baytekin, B. (2020). Mechanical Control of Periodic Precipitation in Stretchable Gels to Retrieve Information on Elastic Deformation and for the Complex Patterning of Matter. Advanced Materials, 32(10), 1905779. doi: 10.1002/adma.201905779