I joined the University of Portsmouth as a Senior Lecturer of Instrumentation, and Measurement Systems at the School of Energy & Electronic Engineering in January 2020. I obtained a BSc in Mechanical Engineering from Isfahan University of Technology (1999), an MSc in Mechatronics Engineering from Tehran Polytechnic University (2002), and a Ph.D. in Precision Engineering from the University of Tokyo (2007), supported by a Japanese Monbusho scholarship. In 2007, the Japan Society of Promotion of Science (JSPS) awarded me a post-doctoral fellowship. I continued my academic career at Sultan Qaboos University in Oman up to 2019.  My main research interests are around smart materials and structures to develop actuators, sensors, energy harvesters, vibration control, NDT, and mechatronics systems. 

Research Projects

  • Development of Gasoline Direct Injector Using Magnetostrictive Material
  • Development of Active Anti-Vibration System Using Magnetostrictive Actuator
  • Development of Novel Microscale Torsional Actuator
  • Development of Maglev Using High-Temperature Superconductors
  • Development of Ultrasonic Probe using Magnetostrictive for NDT
  • High-Frequency Force Senor Using Magnetostrictive Material
  • Design, Manufacture, and Control of Linear Direct-Drive Motor
  • Development of 30 kVA Induction Heater
  • Development of Micron-Watt Magnetostrictive Harvester for Harsh Environment    


Ph.D. Opportunity

Applications are invited for a fully-funded three-year Ph.D. to commence in October 2021. Please find more details in the following link:



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