I’m Kayhan Momeni (کیهان مومنی).

Born on October 12,  1995, in Gorgan, Iran (Currently living in Toronto, Ontario, Canada). I did my undergraduate in Physics with a minor in Computer Science at Sharif University of Technology (SUT). I joined the soft-matter research group at SUT as an undergraduate member.  I did my undergraduate project under Prof. Reza Ejtehadi and Dr. Hamid Seyed-Allaei on simulation of active matter in a confined 3D spherical shell.

After my undergraduate studies, I joined University of Toronto (UofT) for my master’s where I worked on developing novel computational and statistical models for the molecular counting problem using super-resolution localization microscopy, under Prof. Joshua N. Milstein.

Currently, I am a Ph.D. student at UofT in the atmospheric physics group, under Prof. William Richard Peltier, working on climate system dynamics.