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I gained my BSc in Mechanical Engineering at Guilan University, in 2013, and my MSc in Materials Science and Engineering at Kiel University, in 2017.
In 2019, I received a scholarship from Federal State Funding at Kiel University to start my PhD under the supervision of Prof. Gorb and co-supervision of Dr. Rajabi. During my PhD at Kiel University, I worked on the development of design strategies for adaptive functional structures inspired by insect wings. Such strategies are often low-cost and easy to implement in engineering applications. My PhD resulted in publication of three peer-reviewed journal articles and two patents.
I am currently working at the School of Engineering, London South Bank University. My main research is focused on Functional Engineering Structures inspired by Natural Design Strategies.
|Proposal||Project||Role||Funder||Status||Status last updated|
|Guiding cracks toward traps: An insect-inspired damage-tolerance strategy||Early Career Fellowship||Principal Investigator||Leverhulme Trust||OPEN Submitted||Feb 2023|
|Guiding cracks toward traps: An insect-inspired damage-tolerance strategy||Guiding cracks toward traps: An insect-inspired damage-tolerance strategy||Principal Investigator||Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851||OPEN Submitted||Jan 2023|
An insect-inspired asymmetric hinge in a double-layer membrane
Rajabi, H., Eraghi, S.H., Khaheshi, A., Toofani, A., Hunt, C. and Wootton, R.J. (2022). An insect-inspired asymmetric hinge in a double-layer membrane. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 119 (45), p. e2211861119. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2211861119
Mechanical Intelligence (MI): A Bioinspired Concept for Transforming Engineering Design
Khaheshi Hasankiadeh, A. and Rajabi Jorshari, H. (2022). Mechanical Intelligence (MI): A Bioinspired Concept for Transforming Engineering Design. Advanced Science. https://doi.org/10.1002/advs.202203783