Dr. Seifollah Nasrazadani

Professor and Associate Chair

Materials Technology Lab (F126)

Seifollah Nasrazadani

Email: nasr@unt.edu

Phone: 940-565-4052

Fax: 940-565-2666

Office: NTRP F115-Q

Website: http://www.unt.edu/mtl/index.htm

Faculty Page: https://faculty.unt.edu/editprofile.php?pid=1419

Areas of Research
Diamond thin film deposition using Hot Filament Chemical Vapor Deposition
Corrosion pertaining to ferrous and nonferrous alloys exposed to industrial's corrosive environments
Field Emission Display materials characterization

Dr. Nasrazadani is a highly established researcher in the area of corrosion in nuclear power plants, construction materials improvements, failure mode analysis of automotive components and innovative spectroscopic techniques for the quantitative analysis of corrosion product and construction materials. He has extensive experience supervising master theses as well as doctoral dissertation in these areas.


  • PhD, Engineering Science, Louisiana State University
  • MS, Mechanical Engineering, Louisiana State University
  • BS, Mechanical Engineering, Louisiana State University

Selected Publications:

  • Nasrazadani, S. (In Press). Design and Construction of a Heat Exchanger Analyzer for an Undergraduate Thermal-Fluid Laboratory, International Journal of Engineering Education.
  • Nasrazadani, S., Fritsch, I. & Henry, C. (1999). Advanced Electronic Packaging: Chapter 16, pp. 625-96. NY: IEEE Press.
  • Taber, M. A., Schmidt, W. F., Nasrazadani, S., Naseem, H. A., Brown, W. D. & Malshe, A. P. (1998). Effect of Methane Concentration on Physical Properties of HFCYD Diamond Coated Cemented Carbide Tool Inserts, Journal of Materials Science, Vol 33, No 1-2, pp. 173-82.
  • Nasrazadani, S. & Namduri, H. (2006). Study of Phase Transformation in Iron Oxides Using Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy. Spectrochmica Acta, Part B 61, pp. 565-71.
  • Clark, E., Fritsch, I. Nasrazadani, S. & Henry, C. (2006). Advanced Electronic Packaging: Chapter 18, pp. 725-791. NY: IEEE Press, Wiley-Interscience.

Faculty Activities:

  • developing a Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) laboratory  
  • Reviewer, International Journal of Engineering Education
  • Faculty Advisor for ASME & ASHRAE
  • 16 refereed journal publications