Graduate Research Assistant
Arroyave Research Group, Texas A&M U.
Office: Doherty Bldg., A301
I am from Iran and currently a Ph.D. candidate of Materials Science & Engineering at Texas A&M University. I received a bachelor’s degree from Sharif University of Technology (SUT), and subsequently a master’s degree from Khaje Nasir Toosi University of Technology (KNTU). I am proud to declare that I was recognized as a top graduate student among the graduates of academic year of 2008-2009, and honored for obtaining the highest total GPA.
Because of my intense enthusiasm for investigating in different fields of materials science, I did various experimental and theoretical research during my past education, including “assessment of surface resistance in polymeric nano-composite materials”, “evaluation of hot deformation behavior in steels and titanium alloys, “synthesis, characterization, and microscopic analysis of different types of nano-materials”, etc, which led to the publication of different ISI and conference papers.
I joined Prof. Arroyave’s group in Fall 2014, and my research field of interest is alloy design under uncertainty, including modeling and Bayesian uncertainty analysis of plastic flow behavior of low-alloy TRIP-assisted steels, and precipitation kinetics of NiTi based shape memory alloys.