Dr. Baqersad earned his master’s and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts. He also has a master’s degree in Automotive Engineering. His primary teaching and research interest are in the fields of modal analysis, finite element analysis, computer vision and optical measurement techniques, acoustics, and vibrations.
Aside from his extensive research career, Dr. Baqersad has had many professional roles in his field, including Executive Board Member at Society for Experimental Mechanics, Editor of Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing Journal, Associate Editor of Experimental Techniques Journal, and proposal reviewer and panelist for different funding agencies. He has chaired and served as a panelist and organizer for multiple conferences and served as a reviewer for several journals.
Seyed Jamaleddin Mostafavi Yazdi
Seyed Jamaleddin Mostafavi Yazdi received his Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2019 from Kyungpook National University, Daegu, South Korea. He was a postdoctoral researcher (March 2019 to February 2020) at the Artificial Intelligence and Computed Diagnosis Lab (AICD), Biomedical Engineering Department, in the Keimyung University, Daegu, South Korea. His research interests lie in the areas of the Biomechanics, Mechanics of soft tissues, Dynamics &Vibrations, Mechanics of Materials, Finite Element Analysis (FEA), and Biomedical Engineering with focus on implantable electrocardiogram (ECG) sensors, and signal characterization of ECG signals for an atrial fibrillation using Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. Now, he is a postdoctoral researcher (February 2020 to present) in Mechanical Engineering department at Kettering University. His research focuses on developing a new approach for health monitoring of human skin. His work includes finite element modeling and testing of human skin and conducts research in the area of dynamics & vibrations. He has contributed to publish many articles in international journals and conference.
Atashipour, S.R., Research Scientist
Dr. Rasoul Atashipour is a Research Scientist in NVH and experimental mechanics at Kettering University, and an Affiliated Researcher in Dynamics at Chalmers University of Technology. He received his master’s in Mechanical Engineering (2008) and his first PhD (2013) in Solid Mechanics at Tehran University of Science & Technology. Later, he was awarded a PhD (2016) in Structural Mechanics from Lulea University of Technology, Sweden. He also completed a two-year Postdoctoral research (2018) in Lightweight Structures at Chalmers University of Technology.
His research area spans a wide range of topics in Structural and Mechanical Engineering discipline namely, Vibration and Modal analysis of complex structures, 3-D Elastodynamics, Adhesive Joints, Lightweight Sandwich Structures, Plates and Shells, Laminated FRP Composites, Functionally Graded Materials, and Timber Building Structures. The focus of his current research is on development of a new approach for health monitoring of human skin.