Our Researcher Morteza Ghorbani Received Newton International Fellowship

Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences and Center of Excellence for Functional Surfaces and Interfaces for Nanodiagnostics (EFSUN) researcher Morteza Ghorbani received ‘Newton International Fellowship’ in the framework of Newton Research Collaboration Programme of Royal Society.  He will collaborate with Professor Iakovos Tzanakis of the Oxford Brookes University in fundamental research on cavitation.

The Newton International Fellowship Scheme was established in 2008 to select the very best early career postdoctoral researchers from all over the world and enable them to work at UK research institutions for two years. Newton International Fellowships are made available by the Royal Society and British Academy.

Release date: 07.11.2022 12:07:48