Dr. Nadir Faradzhev is a guest researcher in the Sensor Science Division focusing on surface physics and chemistry related to degradation of optics for EUV Lithography.
His general area of expertise is experimental physics and chemistry at surfaces. Previous experience includes spectroscopy and atomic structure studies of low dimensional clusters with abrupt and reactive interfaces formed on semiconducting and metallic surfaces; fundamental research on the interaction of molecular adsorbates with ordered surfaces focusing on thermo- and radiation-induced chemistry of organohalides on metal surfaces and in water ice matrices; and From 2005 to 2007 he was a Scientific Engineer at TNO Science and solving technological challenges in EUV Lithography and organizing the Surface Laboratory to meet industrial needs.
Visiting Scholar, Chemistry Department, Johns Hopkins University, 2002
Sensor Science Division
Ultraviolet Radiation Group
2007-present, Rutgers University, NJ
Ph.D. Physics, A.F.Ioffe Physico-Technical Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia