Gholamabbas Sadeghi received his B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from University of Kerman in 2015 followed by an M.Sc. degree in the same field from Razi University in 2017. As his master thesis, he worked on using nanofluids and thermoelectric generators to enhance the performance of solar thermal and desalination systems experimentally. Then, he did his military service in army from 2017 to 2019, and afterwards he joined the Process and Energy Technology Department of University of Twente to do an Engineering Doctorate (EngD) project.

During his EngD course, he worked on solar thermal batteries exploiting inorganic salt hydrates as the phase change materials with a high heat of fusion value to store thermal energy shape stabilized by expandable graphite. He also built a slope-adjusted solar simulator to mimic the sunlight in the Kleinhorst Laboratory at the University of Twente.

Currently, he is a predoctoral researcher at CICenergiGUNE to work on nanotechnology and interfacial science in nanoporous materials for energy conversion applications.

Scientific interests

  • Nanoporous Materials for energy applications
  • Interfacial Science
  • Spectroscopy

Scientific career

  • 2020-2022, EngD in solar energy at the University of Twente, NL
  • Energy storage materials
  • Nanotechnology


  • Wining the scholarship for an EngD position at the University of Twente in 2020
  • Nominated for the PDS award at the University of Manchester in 2021
  • Award from the Ministry of Science as the talented nano-based researcher in 2018

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