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Farjad Shadmehri

Assistant Professor, Mechanical, Industrial and Aerospace Engineering


Farjad Shadmehri
Office: S-EV 3418 
Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Integrated Complex,
1515 St. Catherine W.
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 7037
Email: farjad.shadmehri@concordia.ca
Website(s): Homepage (Farjad Shadmehri)
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Education

  • B.Sc., Mechanical Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology
  • M.Sc., Aerospace Engineering, Sharif University of Technology
  • Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Concordia University

Industrial Work Experience

  • National Research Council Canada (NRC)
  • Bombardier Aerospace


Research activities

  • Composite structures: analysis, design & testing
  • Composite materials
  • Automated manufacturing of composites: Automated Fiber Placement (AFP)
  • Aircraft structures



Teaching activities

  • Mechanical Behavior of Polymer Composite Materials (MECH 6581)
  • Design Using Composite Materials (MECH 7501)
  • Aircraft Stress Analysis (AERO 486)
  • Design of Aircraft Structures (AERO487/MECH6471)
  • Aeroelasticity (MECH 6481)
  • Mechanics of Materials (ENGR 244)



Prospective students

I am looking for energetic, creative and self-motivated students interested in analysis, design and manufacturing of composite structures. Candidates with strong background in Mechanical Engineering and in area(s) of manufacturing and simulation of composites, data-driven modeling, Artificial Intelligence (AI)and Machine Learning (ML) techniques ,finite element method and stress analysis are welcome to apply by sending me their CV and transcripts at farjad.shadmehri@concordia.ca. I am committed to equality for all, inclusion and diversity in my research group. If you feel that you have faced disadvantages due to any barriers or situations such as parental and/or disability leaves that my have impacted your success or performance, you can explain in your application and I consider it in evaluating your application.


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