SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS:
More than 4 years of experience in MATLAB, AutoCAD, CATIA-V5, Simulink, MS Office
Working knowledge of CFD (ANSYS_ Meshing /Fluent/CFD-post)
Extensive experience in interpretation of test data using intelligent-based methodologies; application to
hydraulic systems and internal combustion engines.
Reliability engineer for life prediction, data analysis and system modelling.
User knowledge in C, Octave, Gambit, Carrier, and Maple
Familiar with PLC programming (TwinCAT)
Test bench design, control of hydraulic test bench, and writing accelerated testing protocols.
Masters of Applied Science (Electrical Engineering) Concordia University, Canada, (2011-2013)
Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran, (2006-2011)
Hydraulic Reliability Engineer, Kepstrum Inc., Toronto, Canada (Feb.2014- Present)
Developing analytical system models to estimate the lifetime of hydraulic systems.
Studying the effect of contamination on the lifetime of axial piston hydraulic pumps, spool valves,
and hydraulic solenoid valves.
Research Assistant, Montreal, Canada (Sept.2011-Dec.2013)
Conducting research on fault diagnosis, prognosis and health management (DPHM) of dynamical
Modelling and simulating of the single spool jet engine using MATLAB/Simulink software.
Volunteer in “John Molson Master of Business Administration International Case
Competition”, Montreal, Canada (Jan.2013)
Volunteer in “American Automatic Control Council”, Montreal, Canada (Jun.2012)
Responsible for setting up and working with technical equipment during workshops.
Worked as a part of a team to register participants and troubleshooting problems when needed.
I ntern in Process Department, “Fars Gas Company”, Shiraz, Iran (Jun.2010-Sept.2010)
Responsible for reviewing datasheets of different equipment (Thermometers, Pressure gauges).
Calibration of measuring instruments and data entry using Excel.
Trainee in Informatics Department “ Amel System Computer Company ”, Shiraz, Iran
Installation and configuration of computer software, scanners, and printers in installation
section of technical office.
Used multitasking skills to balance multiple responsibilities.
Teaching Assistant Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran (Jan.2010- Jan.2011)
ACADEMIC PROJECTS & RESEARCH
Master of applied science final project “Jet Engine Prognosis Using Dynamic Neural
Networks” (Winter 2013)
Developing an intelligent-based approach for fault prognosis of aircraft engines using two
dynamic neural networks and comparison among prediction capabilities of neural networks using
Modeling of two significant degradations namely, compressor fouling and turbine erosion in the
jet engine Simulink model and predicting multi-flights ahead turbine output temperature.
Simulation of satellite movement and communication (Winter 2012)
Simulating satellite orbit and also the Ground Station (GS.) operation using MATLAB and
Octave programming language (M-file).
Fault Diagnosis & Active Fault Tolerant Control System of Quad-rotor UAV (Fall 2011)
Modelling and simulating a model of quad-rotor using dynamic navigation and moment
equations of the system in MATLAB and controlling the closed-loop system in a desired
performance using PID controller .
Fault detection using Kalman Filter method and designing a reconfigurable controller with three
methods and compare them together.
Bachelor final project “Computational Simulations of Magnetic Particle Capture in Arterial
Flows” (Winter 2011)
Unsteady computational simulation of blood flow in a 90 degree bended tube using Gambit and
Fluent and simulation of a magnetic particle motion using ANSYS.
Identification of cooling systems and air conditioning of buildings (Fall 2010)
Simulating the air conditioning section of the department using Auto -CAD and evaluate the
performance of central air conditioning systems cooling load calculations using Carrier software .
Computational Fluid Dynamics using Gambit and Fluent software (Fall 2010)
Analyzing the velocity and pressure distribution of a 2D airfoil and knee-shaped water divider.
Hovercraft skirt design (Winter 2009)
Design of the craft using engineering and mathematical software such as Maple, and CATIA.
REFERENCES ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST