Mohammad Amin Tadayon
Amin received his B.S. (ME, 2004), M.S. (ME, 2007) and Ph.D. (BME, 2014) degree respectively from Iran University of Science and Technology, Sharif University of Technology, and University of Minnesota. From 2005 to 2009, He held industry positions in Iran where He worked in the field of design, analysis, and manufacturing of electromechanical systems. Afterwards, He worked as a research fellow at the nanoelectronics group of University of Oslo. During his PhD (2009-2014), He developed different optical microresonators for high frequency ultrasound detection as well as fabrication and integration of these devices on the tip of an optical fiber to make an intravascular ultrasound imaging probe. He joined Cornell Nanophotonics Group as a postdoctoral associate in Nov. 2014. His research interests include developing optical/photonic devices and techniques for biomedical/mechanical applications.