Dr. Roghayeh Imani is semiconductor physicist; her main expertise is in nanostructured semiconductors growth, characterization, and optoelectronic devices. Parallel to experimental research, she is doing also computer modeling and simulation to design and predict new types of semiconductors. She received bachelor and master degree in physics, and obtained her undergraduate training at Laboratory of Thin Film and Surface Physics. She was awarded her doctoral degree in Nanoscience-Physics at November 2015 from Electrical Engineering Faculty of Ljubljana University. During Ph.D. program she was conducted impressive research about biomedical application of multifunctional nanostructured semiconductors, and in 2017 her Ph.D. research selected as top-ten research has been done in Ljubljana University. Her postdoctoral research in Sweden, thus far, has been focused on development of optoelectronic devices based on nanostructured semiconductors.