Ms Fatemeh Shahbazi MSc, BSc, AFIMechE, MInstP

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Fatemeh Shahbazi is a PhD student in mechanical engineering and a graduate teaching assistant at the university of Manchester. She is currently working on numerical simulation and design of microfluidic-integrated biosensors. As a result of her first year PhD program, she developed a numerical platform in FORTRAN for this aim, which has been published in the journal of biosensors and bioelectronics. Her Master's degree and Bachelor of science degree were both focused on computational fluid dynamics (CFD). 

Her passion and profession are coding and numerical simulation. As a teaching assistant, she has been teaching, demonstrating computer workshops and laboratories, supervising projects, and marking in the university of Manchester. These courses include modelling and simulation in Ansys and Abaqus (I, II and advanced), numerical methods and computations with MATLAB, fluid mechanics II, thermodynamics, hydraulics, structure and tools for mech/aero/civil engineers.

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  • Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Microfluidics, Biosensors, Machine Learning

Education / academic qualifications

  • 2016 - Master in Science, Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis of Gurney Flap
  • 2014 - Bachelor of Science, Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis of Flow Around the Helicopter Rotor, Sharif University of Technology

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