Arthur Montazeri

Graduate Researcher



Ph.D Exchange Research Program with University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, 2015
MASc, Electrical Engineering, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada, 2010
B.Eng. Engineering Physics, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada, 2004


My research includes investigating a novel class of plasmonic gratings for localizing light down to highly sub-wavelength scales. This is particularly useful in the infrared part of the spectrum for infrared energy harvest, detection of chemical and molecular signatures, bio-imaging, opto-electronics, etc.

My work here involves the integration of infrared light-trapping structures with energy storage systems such as supercapacitors.


W. Garfield Weston Doctoral Fellow, 2014
Ontario Graduate Scholarship Award, 2013, 2014
Hatch Graduate Scholarship in Sustainable Energy, 2013, 2014