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Resume Updated: 1 May 2009
Kambiz Nazridoust
kambiz.nazridoust@gmail.com http://www.clarkson.edu/projects/fluidflow/kam/research/
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Objective
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
Biomedical Systems
Gas Hydrates
Multiphase Flows
Rock Fractures
CO2 Sequestration
Aerosol Dynamics, Particle Adhesion and Removal
Combustion and Reactive Flows
Employment History
Postdoctoral Fellow August 2006 - September 2008
The Hamner Institutes for Health Sciences
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
My post-doctoral research is primarily focused on numerical simulations of airflow during inhalation/exhalation in the human/animal lung. I have developed three-dimensional numerical models of human and rat lungs based on CT-scan imaging measurements. I have developed C++ computer programs for implementation in FLUENT family software packages to evaluate fluid flow fields and particle transport and deposition patterns. In addition, I have simulated depositions of different particle sizes in the lungs using commercial and in-house codes; performed extensive analysis of the results and compared the findings against experimental data.
Education
Doctor of Philosophy, Mechanical Engineering – Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY, 2001–2006

Thesis: Fundamentals and Applications of Environmental and Geophysical Multiphase Flows

Master of Science, Mechanical Engineering – Sharif University of Technology, Iran, 1997–1999

Thesis:  KIVA–II Code: Simulation of Compression, Combustion and Expansion Strokes in Avenger Engines

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering – Shiraz University, Iran, 1992–1997

Skills
Description Proficiency Experience
CFD analysis Expert >5 Years
CAD modeling Expert >5 Years
C++ programming Expert >5 Years
Combustion design Intermediate 2-3 Years
FORTRAN programming Expert >5 Years
Additional Skill Info
  • Numerical Packages: FLUENT, CFX, KIVA–3V, Ansys, FEMLAB, MATLAB, SIMULINK and Maple
  • CAD Packages: ICEM-CFD, SolidWorks, GAMBIT, AutoCAD, and Mimics
  • Programming Languages: C#, Visual Basic, C++, FORTRAN and MPI
  • Data Acquisition: Matrox Inspector
  • Graphics and Post–processing: Tecplot, FieldView, OpenGL and Adobe Photoshop
  • Web Development Languages: PHP, Java, JavaScript, VBScript and HTML
  • Operating Systems: Linux, Windows, UNIX, DOS and MacOS
  • Hardware: Assembled, Maintained, Networked and Administered Single/Multi Processor PCs
  • Networking: Built multi-user Windows based Web/FTP/Web-Directory servers  
References
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