Contemporary Iranian scientists

Professor Mahmoud Hessabi

Mahmoud Hesabi was born on March 24, 2012 in Tehran. His real name was Mahmoud Khan Mirza Hesabi. He was a physicist and nuclear senator of Iran. Dr. Hesabi was the Minister of Education of Iran in the cabinet of Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadegh. It was a university in Iran.

He received a bachelor’s degree in literature at the age of seventeen, and a bachelor’s degree in biology at the age of nineteen. He also studied medicine, mathematics and astronomy.

Hesabi traveled to Paris for further education, earning a doctorate in electrical engineering in 1927. Hesabi represented Iran in the Scientific and Technical Committee, the UN Committee on the Peaceful Use of Outer Space. He was the only Iranian student of Professor Albert Einstein.

The theory of the infinity of particles of this Iranian scientist is known among physicists in the world, and he was awarded the “Kuman Dordoglion Donor”, the largest scientific award in France, for this occasion.

Professor Tawfiq Musivand

Tawfiq Moosivand was born in 1315 in the village of Varkaneh in Hamadan province in a simple and rural family.

He has been eager to read and learn new things since his adolescence and youth. He continued his education and research and immigrated to Canada. Professor Moosivand after his round-the-clock efforts for science and knowledge; He earned a doctorate in medicine and a master’s degree in cardiac surgery in Canada, and then held several positions as a professional engineer at the university in the 1970s.

He studied medicine at the University of Akron and the College of Medicine, and after three years at the Heart Institute, took charge of the institute’s artificial heart team. It was at this time that he combined engineering and medical sciences to acquire new knowledge about artificial limbs and was able to invent the human artificial heart. Professor Musivand is the first inventor of the artificial heart in the world.

Professor Majid Samii

Professor Majid Samii was born on June 20, 1316 in Tehran to an educated family from Gilan. After graduating from high school, he went to Germany to continue his studies.He began his scientific career as an assistant professor and deputy director of the Neurosurgery Hospital. After a while, he became the head of the pediatric neurosurgery department. After earning a professorship in neurosurgery from the University of Mainz, he conducted valuable studies in the field of brain swelling and repair and reconstruction of peripheral neurosurgery.The experiences of peripheral nerve transplantation and brain nerve reconstruction attracted Professor Samiei’s attention to the problems of surgery at the base of the skull, and he took the first steps forward in this field, which attracted the attention of the medical world. He is the founder of the first microscopic surgery laboratory in Germany. Neurosurgery is the city of Hanover.This most famous neurologist surgeon has been in charge of the largest international center of neuroscience (International Society of Neurosurgeons) for more than 35 years and is known as the founder and inventor of the new method of cranial base surgery.

Anousheh Ansari, the world’s first female space tourist

The biographies of successful Iranian people like Anousheh Ansari are very audible. Ms. Anousheh Ansari was born on September 12, 1967 in Mashhad. She is the chairman of the Telecommunications Technology Company. Famous working woman magazine in 2000 introduced Anousheh Ansari as a top entrepreneur.In 2000, she won the United States Top Entrepreneur Award. Her name as a genius Iranian woman was registered among the successful businessmen. She has been interested in space climbing since she was a child, and eventually realized her dream of space travel.

In May 2006, the Russian Space Agency named Anousheh Ansari as the first female space tourist. She is the first Iranian astronaut in the world and the first woman to travel to the universe and the fourth person to pay for her space travel.