He received his M.Sc. degree in 2009 from University of Tehran and his Ph.D. in electronic engineering from EPFL in 2015. He is a recipient of the 2018 Electron Devices Society George E. Smith Award and several academic awards. His doctoral thesis was recognized to be eligible for the IBM award in 2017. Dr. Jazaeri is currently research scientist and project leader in high level of international scientific collaborative activities at EPFL. His research activities on solid-state physics are focused on creation of the cryogenic temperature infrastructure necessary to operate the qubits for quantum computations (MOSQUITO), radiation-induced damages in advanced devices for the future high energy physics experiments at CERN (GigaRadMOST), modeling of Pinned Photodiodes
for CIS, and modeling and characterization AlGaN-GaN heterostructure in collaboration with Stanford University and IMEC. He fully developed a new model (EPFL-JL Model) for the so-called nanowire FETs and was invited by Cambridge University Press to write a book on junctionless nanowire FETs, emerging nanoelectronic devices. The book is already published since early 2018. He serves as lead editor and reviewer for several scientific journals. He has been an invited keynote speaker at several international international conferences and events. He is invited to MIXDES 2019 as a keynote speaker to address quantum bits and quantum computing architecture.