(PhD, P.Eng, IWE)
Welding Science & Engineering
Simulation Tech. Digital-Twins
Machine Learning in Manufacturing
Fracture Mechanics & FFS
Adjunct Professor September 2017 – Present
Teaching and Research
Post Doctorate Fellow June 2012 – May 2014
Main Research, Fracture Mechanics in Materials and Crack-Closure Welding;
“Studies on fracture using 3-dimensional hard x-ray tomography in combination with multi-scale mathematical modelling''
Post Doctorate Assistant April 2011 – May 2012
Main Research, Experimentally Integrated Computational Welding Mechanics, Deformation Mechanisms Map, Creep, Fatigue, and Fracture Analysis;
“Constructing Validated Deformation Mechanism Map for High-Temperature Superalloys; Inconel 718, Inconel 901, Waspaloy, and P91 that are used in Gas Turbine and Jet Engines''
Supervisor; Dr. Arnaud Weck
Ph.D. September 2007 – March 2011
Main Research, Computational Welding Mechanics, Parametric Design, Control, and Optimization in Welding and Joining Processes;
“Computational Weld Mechanics (CWM) Framework for Exploring Parametric Design Space to Manage Weld Optimization''
M. Sc. September 1999 – September 2001
Main Research, Resistance Welding Processes, Technologies, Metallurgy, Optimization and Design;
“Combined Experimental and Design-of-Experiment Modeling and Studying of the Effects of Resistance Spot Welding Parameters on Tensile-Shear Strength in Automotive Sheets'' (Thesis Coverpage)
B. Sc. September 1994 – February 1999
Main Research, Metal Forming, Fabrication, and Manufacturing Process;
“Optimization of Dimensions of a Pre-Forming Forge-Die to Minimize the Load Required for Forming'' (Thesis Coverpage)
Late Dr. Gholam H. Daneshi