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Seyed Saeid Rahimian Koloor

Seyed Saeid Rahimian Koloor

Seyed Saeid Rahimian Koloor
Computational Solid Mechanics Laboratory
Department of Applied Mechanics
Design Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia



Dr. Seyed Saeid is a Principal Researcher with Computational Solid Mechanics Laboratory (CSMLab) in Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). He received his M.Sc. and Ph.D. in the field of Applied Mechanics and Design from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia. His research interest includes design and analysis of materials in micro- and macro-scales. He has long experience in mechanical analysis and simulation of advanced materials for elastic-plastic behaviours and damage phenomena that gain through many years research in CSMLab, UTM (2007-2016). He is the Project Manager of the Collaborative Research Program between AIRBUS, Aerospace Malaysia Innovation Centre (AMIC), Centre of Excellent in Aerospace and Composites (CTRM) and UTM at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, UTM, Johor, Malaysia. He is the author of many articles that published and presented in several international journals and conferences. He is serving as the Editorial Board for the “American Journal of Mechanics and Application”, “Asian Journal of Material Science”, Guest Editor in the journals of “Materials Research Innovations”, Advances in Materials Science and Engineering”, “Advanced Journal of Physical Science”, and Committee Member in many international conferences. He has advised many students for the research projects in B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. levels.


Research Interest

Solid Mechanics (Math.-Phys. Modeling, Simulation and Experiment) Continuum Mechanics, Constitutive Mechanics Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics, Continuum Damage Mechanics Mechanics of Composite Materials and Structures for Aerospace Application Computational Solid Mechanics, Finite Element Method (FEM) Biomechanics Topology Optimization