Sadra was born in Iran in 1996, and he did his initial studies in Tehran. After finishing high school, he got accepted into Semnan University to study a Bachelor of Science in Condensed Matter.
In Semnan University, he worked on a project which resulted in the development of a device and method for measuring the time between collisions of two conductors. He successfully patented this invention. Furthermore, he published a paper with the help of another professor on the simulation of PDT procedure using COMSOL Multiphysics. He found this new cancer treatment method very interesting, and he was proud to have contributed to the research.
Later, he pursued my studies in Engineering Physics at Politecnico di Milano, where his studies focused on nanophysics and nanotechnology. During his studies, he developed a keen interest in the field of semiconductors and related devices, such as LEDs, FETs and Photovoltaic cells.
Recently, he developed interest in pursuing further studies in the field of energy storage systems in general and particularly how to contain heat. I believe that these areas of research have the potential to make a significant impact on our lives and the world we live in.