Hamed Ziaeipoor is a Ph.D. student in Biomedical Engineering at Medical Device Research Institute (MDRI) of Flinders University. He has over 10 years of experience in the field of Solid mechanics, Numerical methods and Finite Element Method. He has published a book about Abaqus CAE. The aim of his Ph.D. is developing an efficient technique for rapid prediction of the femoral strain during daily activities for single and multiple patients by using different techniques, such as Surrogate Modeling, A novel approach based on Principal Component Analysis and Statistical Shape Modeling. His Ph.D. is supported by the Government of Australia, and the outcome of this project can be used for clinical applications, optimizing the design of implants and for assessing the risk of fracture in the intact femur.
M.Sc. in Mechanical Department, Isfahan, University of Technology, Iran.
B.Eng (Hons) in Mechanical Eng., University of Applied Science and Tech. Tehran, Iran
Australian & New Zealand Orthopaedic Research Society Travel Grant (2018)
Research Higher Degree Student International Conference Travel Grant (2018)
International Postgraduate Research Scholarship, Flinders University, Australia (2015)
Deakin University Postgraduate Research Scholarship, IFM group, Deakin University, Australia (2016)
SAgE Doctoral Training Awards Scheme, Newcastle University, UK (2015)
Flinders International Postgraduate Research Scholarship, Flinders University, Australia (2014)
Fund for Scientific Research,The University of Liège, Belgium (2014)
1st Rank, achieving the highest GPA among undergraduate students (2002-2004).
Ranked top 1% in Iran's graduate national university entrance exam (2007)
Finite Element Method, Computational Biomechanics,
Surrogate Modeling Techniques, Musculoskeletal Modeling, Statistical Shape Modeling,
Metal Forming Processes
Matlab Programming, Statics and Dynamics
Engineering Mathematics, Finite Element Method, Elasticity and Plasticity
If you are interested to have collaboration in the following area, please feel free to contact me:
Computational Biomechanics (for both upper and lower limb).
Statistical shape and appearance models.
The application of surrogate modelling in Biomechanics.
Finite element analysis of different structures.
Improving the design of implantable devices in biomedical engineering.
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