Mahsa Farasat

Dottorato in Fisica - 35° ciclo
Tutor: Giuseppe Pablo CIRRONE

2015- 2018:

Field: Master graduated in Plasma Engineering with a score of 19.75/20.

Center: Laser and Plasma Research Institute, Shahid Beheshti University (SBU), Tehran, Iran

Honor: Being recognized as the outstanding student from among students of Plasma Engineering in the same in-take of 2015 in Laser and Plasma Research Institute

Thesis: The Effect of non-thermal Helium plasma on the production and activity of Phytase Enzyme

Supervisors: Hamid Reza Ghomi, Seyed Omid Ranaei Siadat, Sareh Arjmand

Other experiences: Working in the electronics laboratory for driving cold plasma


Field: Bachelor graduated in Physics.

Center: Physics Department, Isfahan University of Technology (IUT), Isfahan, Iran

Mahsa is a Medical Physics Ph.D. student and an associated member of INFN in Italy that is working on radiation detectors, dose calibrators, and dedicated electronic systems which are important for nuclear applications. She contributes to the development of a new dose administration system for nuclear medicine, as an international collaboration that intends to rely on an entirely new measuring approach, eliminating the need for the dose calibrator. The main goal is to develop new components, in turn, united to form an innovative system. Hochschule Mannheim University of Applied Sciences in Germany is her external office where she spends a research period as a visiting Phd to do the related research activities. Different professors and tutors supervise her in Italy and Germany.

  • “The effect of non-thermal atmospheric plasma on the production and activity of recombinant phytase enzyme”, Scientific Reports, 2018, DOI:
  • “Effect of Atmospheric pressure plasma on phytase enzyme activity”, oral presentation, 24th Iranian Conference on Optics and Photonics (ICOP 2018) and 9th Iranian Conference on Photonics Engineering and Technology (ICPET 2018), Iran, 2018
  • “The Effect of cold argon plasma on lipase activity”, International Congress on Biomedicine, Iran, 2017