Wei-Ting Chen | nano-materials | Young Scientist Award

Wei-Ting Chen | nano-materials |Department of Cosmetic Application & Management, St. Mary’s Junior College of Medicine, Nursing and Management  

Wei-Ting Chen | nano-materials

Early Academic Pursuits: Wei-Ting Chen embarked on an academic journey marked by exceptional dedication and curiosity. During the early years of education, Chen demonstrated a keen interest in the field of Cosmetic Application & Management. Academic achievements and a passion for the subject laid the foundation for a promising future in the intersection of medicine, nursing, and management.

Professional Endeavors: Upon entering the professional realm, Wei-Ting Chen translated academic knowledge into practical expertise. Chen's career path was characterized by a commitment to the intricate balance between cosmetic application and effective management strategies. This phase witnessed the development of a multifaceted skill set, blending technical proficiency with managerial acumen.

Contributions and Research Focus: Chen's contributions to the field extended beyond routine professional responsibilities. A commitment to advancing knowledge and practice is evident through dedicated research efforts. The research focus included innovative approaches to cosmetic application and novel management techniques, enriching both academic discourse and practical applications in the industry.

Accolades and Recognition: Wei-Ting Chen's outstanding contributions did not go unnoticed, as accolades and recognition became synonymous with their name. Chen's exemplary work in Cosmetic Application & Management earned accolades from peers, institutions, and industry bodies, establishing a reputation for excellence in the field.

Impact and Influence: Chen's impact on the industry was far-reaching, influencing not only the practices within the realm of Cosmetic Application & Management but also shaping the perceptions of future professionals. Through leadership roles and mentorship, Chen played a pivotal role in cultivating a generation of experts with a nuanced understanding of the field's complexities.

Legacy and Future Contributions: As a luminary in the Department of Cosmetic Application & Management at St. Mary’s Junior College of Medicine, Nursing, and Management, Wei-Ting Chen leaves behind a lasting legacy. The groundwork laid in terms of academic rigor, innovative research, and a commitment to excellence will undoubtedly serve as a foundation for future endeavors in the field.

Future Contributions Highlight: Looking ahead, Wei-Ting Chen envisions continued contributions to the dynamic landscape of Cosmetic Application & Management. With a forward-looking approach, Chen aims to leverage emerging technologies, foster interdisciplinary collaborations, and mentor the next generation of professionals, ensuring a sustained and impactful presence in the ever-evolving field.

Notable Publication:

High temperature resistant polyimide/polyethersulfone nano-fibers membrane for removal of PM  October 2023 (1)

Application of Fuzzy Multi-Objective Programming to Regional Sewer System Planning  2023 (2)

Biocompatibile nanofiber based membranes for high-efficiency filtration of nano-aerosols with low air resistance  2022 (1)

Improving the stability and bioactivity of curcumin using chitosan-coated liposomes through a combination mode of high-pressure processing  2022 (5)

Author Profile:


I want to extend my heartfelt congratulations to Saeed Nasiri for achieving the remarkable feat of winning the Best Researcher Award at Nazarbayev University. This prestigious recognition is a testament to Saeed's dedication, hard work, and outstanding contributions to the field of research. His commitment to advancing knowledge and making significant impacts in his chosen area of study has not only impressed the academic community but has also set a commendable standard for excellence. Saeed Nasiri's achievement is truly well-deserved, and it reflects the culmination of his passion and perseverance in the pursuit of scholarly excellence. May this award serve as a stepping stone for even greater accomplishments in the future. Congratulations once again to Saeed Nasiri on this well-earned honor!

Professional Profiles:


Ph.D.: Physical Chemistry, Shahid Beheshti University, 2017
Dissertation: Study of the electronic structure of atomic and molecular species of lithium and
beryllium by the quantum Monte-Carlo method
Supervisor: Professor Mansour Zahedi
M.S: Physical Chemistry, University of Tabriz 2010
Thesis: Phase Behavior of Aqueous Two-phase system containing polyethylene glycol di-methyl
ether 2000 and Tri-sodium phosphate and di-Sodium hydrogen phosphate at different
Supervisor: Professor Saeed Nasiri.

Saeed Nasiri citation metrics and indices from Google Scholar are as follows:

  • Cited by: All: 380, Since 2018: 185
  • Citations: 541 (All), 475 (Since 2018)
  • h-index: 07 (All), 06(Since 2018)
  • i10-index: 06 (All), 04 (Since 2018)

These metrics showcase the impact of Saeed Nasiri work within the academic community, demonstrating the number of citations his publications have received and the influence of his research output.



1. Saeed Nasiri, Sergiy Bubin, and Ludwik Adamowicz, Accurate oscillator strengths for 2P −2S transitions
in neutral boron, Physical Review A (under review).
2. Monika Stanke, Andrzej Kędziorski, Saeed Nasiri, Ludwik Adamowicz, and Sergiy Bubin, Fine structure
of the 2P energy levels of singly ionised carbon (C II), Physical Review A 108 (1), 012812 (2023) .
3. Saeed Nasiri, Jian Liu, Sergiy Bubin, Monika Stanke, Andrzej Kȩdziorski, Ludwik Adamowicz, Oscillator
strengths and interstate transition energies involving 2S and 2P states of the Li atom, Atomic Data and
Nuclear Data Tables, 149, 101559 (2023) .
4. Saeed Nasiri, Toreniyaz Shomenov, Sergiy Bubin and Ludwik Adamowicz, Dissociation energy and the
lowest vibrational transition in LiH without assuming the non-Born–Oppenheimer approximation,
Molecular Physics, e2147105 (2022).
5. Saeed Nasiri, Ludwik Adamowicz, Sergiy Bubin, Electron affinity of LiH-
, Molecular Physics, e2065375
6. István Hornyák, Seed Nasiri, Sergiy Bubin, Ludwik Adamowicz, 2S Rydberg spectrum of the boron
atom, Physical Review A 104, 032809 (2021).
7. Saeed Nasiri, Ludwik Adamowicz, Sergiy Bubin, Benchmark calculations of the energy spectra and
oscillator strengths of the beryllium atom, Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data 50,
043107 (2021).
8. Saeed Nasiri, Toreniyaz Shomenov, Sergiy Bubin and Ludwik Adamowicz, High-accuracy calculations
of the lowest eleven Rydberg 2P states of the Li atom, Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and
Optical Physics 54, 085003 (2021).
9. Saeed Nasiri, Sergiy Bubin, Ludwik Adamowicz, Treating the motion of nuclei and electrons in atomic
and molecular quantum mechanical calculations on an equal footing: Non-Born–Oppenheimer
quantum chemistry, Advances in Quantum Chemistry 81, 143 (2020).
10. Saeed Nasiri, Mansour Zahedi, Quantum Monte Carlo study of ground and first excited state of C, N,
O, F, and Ne atoms using Slater‐Jastrow‐Backflow wave function, International Journal of Quantum
Chemistry 120, e26187 (2020).
11. Abdolreza Farhadian, Mikhail A.Varfolomeev, Alireza Shaabani, Saeed Nasiri, Iskander Vakhitov, Yulia
F.Zaripov, Vladimir V.Yarkovoi, Aleksander V.Sukhov, Sulfonated chitosan as green and high cloud
point kinetic methane hydrate and corrosion inhibitor: Experimental and theoretical studies,
Carbohydrate Polymers 236, 116035 (2020).
12. Amin Mohammadi, Saeed Nasiri, Mansour Zahedi, Coupled Cluster and Quantum Monte-Carlo study
of anionic hydrogen clusters Hn
(3≤n(odd)≤11), Chemical Physics Letters, 744, 137216 (2020).
13. Saeed Nasiri, Mansour Zahedi, Quantum Monte Carlo simulations using Slater-Jastrow-backflow wave
function, Computational and Theoretical Chemistry 1189, 112978 (2020).
14. Saeed Nasiri, Mansour Zahedi, Coupled Cluster and Quantum Monte-Carlo potential energy curves
of the ground state of Be2 and Be2
+ molecules, Computational and Theoretical Chemistry 1112, 27
15. Saeed Nasiri, Mansour Zahedi, A benchmark study of Li2+, Li2-, LiH+ and LiH-:Quantum Monte-Carlo and
coupled-cluster computations, Computational and Theoretical Chemistry 1114, 106 (2017).
16. Saeed Nasiri, Mansour Zahedi, Accurate potential energy curves of Li2 and LiH: A Quantum MonteCarlo (QMC) study, Chemical Physics Letters 634, 101 (2015).
17. Mohammed Taghi Zafarani-Moattar, Sholeh Hamzehzadeh, Saeed Nasiri, A New Aqueous Biphasic
System Containing Polypropylene Glycol and a Water-Miscible, Biotechnology progress. 28, 146
18. Mohammed Taghi Zafarani-Moattar, Saeed Nasiri, Phase diagrams for liquid-liquid and liquid-solid
equilibrium of the ternary poly ethylene glycol di-methyl ether 2000 + tri-sodium phosphate + water
system at different temperatures, Computer Coupling of Phase Diagrams and Thermochemistry 34,
222 (2010).
19. Mohammed Taghi Zafarani-Moattar, Saeed Nasiri, (Liquid + liquid) and (liquid + solid) equilibrium of
aqueous two-phase systems containing poly ethylene glycol di-methyl ether 2000 and di-sodium
hydrogen phosphate, The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 42, 1071 (2010).
20. Ashassi-Sorkhabi, T.A Aliyev, S Nasiri, R Zareipoor, Inhibiting effects of some synthesized organic
compound on the corrosion of St-3 in 0.1N H2SO4 solution, Electrochimica Acta, (2007).

Citations: A total of 250 citations for his publications, demonstrating the impact and recognition of his research within the academic community.

His publications cover a range of topics within renewable energy, including the investigation of solar-powered agricultural products dryers, the impact of dust pollutants on photovoltaic systems, and the optimization of energy management systems for various industries.