Dr. Ali E Aliev is a Research Scientist at the Alan G. MacDiarmid NanoTech Institute, Adjunct Professor at School of Natural Sciences & Mathematics of University of Texas at Dallas. Dr. Aliev’s group uses solid state and wet synthesis, electrical and thermal transport and other techniques to prepare and study novel nanostructured materials.Prior to joining NanoTech Institute, Dr. Ali Aliev was a head of Advanced Materials Research Laboratory in Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan, visiting Professor at Display Department of Institute of Technology, LG-Electronics Inc., Seoul, Korea. He has (co)authored over 60 research papers and 10 patents in the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology.
1) Nanoscience and nanotechnologies: Transport properties of nanostructures: carbon nanotubes, composites and their application. Photonic crystals: negative refraction in visible.
2) Solid state ionics: The transport dynamic in superionic conductors; Tunable coloration in electrochromic materials by size quantization; SWNT tunable transparent electrodes for flexible displays
3) High-Tc superconductivity: Transient metal oxides embedded into various nanostructured matricies