Mohammadreza received his BSc in Mechanical Engineering from Shiraz University in 2009. He then continued his studies at Yazd University as MSc student in Mechanical Engineering (Energy Conversion) doing research on numerical simulation of heat transfer in nanofluids and graduated in 2012 with honors. Upon graduation he worked two years as an assistant lecturer, energy consultant, and mechanical utility designer in academia and industry. He is currently seeking his PhD at the School of Chemical and Process Engineering, University of Leeds, doing research on “Numerical Analysis of Segregation of Formulated Powder Mixtures”. This project is being done under supervision of Dr. Ali Hassanpour, Prof. Mojtaba Ghadiri, and Prof. Andrew Bayly sponsored by Advanced Manufacturing Supply Chain Initiative (AMSCI).
- Alizadeh, M., Hassanpour, A., Ghadiri, M., and Bayly, A., 2015, “Analysis of the effect of particle shape on the angle of repose using DEM simulation “,Joint conference of the 5th UK-China and13th UK Particle Technology Forum, Leeds, UK.
- Alizadeh, M., Hassanpour, A., Ghadiri, M., Bayly, A., Pasha, M., and Zafar, U., 2016, “Numerical analysis of segregation of powder mixtures“,International Congress on Particle Technology, Nuremberg, Germany.
- Alizadeh, M., Hassanpour, A., Ghadiri, M., and Bayly, A., 2016, “Analysis of the effect of particle shapes on segregation of powder mixtures using DEM modelling“,Joint IFPRI Robert Pfeffer symposium & UK Particle Technology Forum, Guildford, UK.
- Alizadeh, M., Hassanpour, A., Ghadiri, M., and Bayly, A., 2016, “Numerical analysis of the effect of particles’ cohesivity/adhesivity on segregation of powder mixtures“,International Congress on Particle Technology, Dalian, China.