Teaching

    University of Tehran

     

    Undergraduate Level

    • Engineering Mechanics - Dynamics (Fall 2016, 2017, 2018,2019)
    • Soil Mechanics Laboratory (Fall and Spring 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)
    • Ground Improvement (Spring 2018, 2019)
    • English for the students of Civil Engineering (Spring 2019)

     

    Graduate Level

    • Advanced Engineering Mathematics (Fall 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)
    • Boundary Element Method (Fall 2017)
    • Numerical Methods in Geotechnical Engineering (Spring 2019)

     

    University at Buffalo

    • Structural Analysis I (Summer 2014)
    • Engineering Mechanics – Statics (Fall 2013)

     

    Teaching Assistant - University at Buffalo

    • Structural Analysis III, Instructor: A. Aref (Spring 2014)
    • Structural Analysis II, Instructor: G. Mosqueda (Spring 2011)
    • Structural Analysis I, Instructor: M. Constantinou (Fall 2010)
    • Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Instructor: P.K. Banerjee (Fall 2010)
    • Solid Mechanics, Instructor: S. Ahmad (Summer 2010)
    • Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics, Instructor: S. Ahmad (Summer 2010)
    • Engineering Mechanics-Statics, Instructor: S. Ahmad (Summer 2010)
    • Soil Mechanics, Instructor: S. Ahmad (Spring 2010)
    • Foundation Engineering, Instructor: C. Human (Fall 2009)

    About me

    I am an Assistant Professor in Civil Engineering Department at University of Tehran and my research interest mainly focuses on Computational Mechanics and Numerical Simulation of the problems related to the fields of Geotechnical Engineering and Engineering Mechanics/Dynamics.

    I am really interested to simulate real-world engineering problems using analytical and numerical methodologies. Among various civil engineering subjects, I have found myself very interested in those which deal with the dynamic behavior of the materials and systems, especially the problems related to stress wave propagation. My background and experience in these fields have really helped me to understand the physics behind the problems with highly dynamic nature, and the following quote by Nikola Telsa really inspires me to perform high-quality research within these fields:

    "If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency, and vibration"

     

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