Computer Software Technology Engineering, Islamic Azad University (Shiraz, Iran)
Master of Engineering, Jeonbuk National University (Jeonju, South Korea)
“Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world- Albert Einstein” is what I find most charming about knowledge. Keeping up an inquisitive and explorative attitude, I believe, leads to a constant learning process. This approach adds to the already immense potential for innovation that exists in the field of computer science.
I believe that being faithful to objectives contributes to achieving the best consequences. As a graduate student of M. Sc. Computer Science and Engineering, I looked to continue my Ph.D. study to improve my knowledge and skills. To break obstacles in my direction to obtain my objective of a career as a research professional at an academic organization, I intended to pursue a Ph.D. degree.
My motivation to pursue a Ph.D. is to both expand on my solid education and to create more opportunities for myself in the future life. My interest in biology began from high school and continued in my Master’s since it is such a promising research area. My ultimate goal is to become an expert in Biology and especially in single-cell methods and, then deliver my research experiences in the education and research field. I believe that the Cell2Cell innovative training network provides the best situation to help Early-Stage Researchers to be able to reach their goals moreover, gain the knowledge for being a successful researcher in their future career. I am so glad to have a great chance to be a member of the Cellsorter Company of Innovations. It helps me to learn and experience valuable knowledge theoretically and practically.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant number 860675.