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Moslem Shahverdi

  • PhD
  • Research Topic Leader
  • Empa Materials Science and Technology
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Research interests

Structural designSolid mechanicsLightweight structuresNumerical simulationComposite materialsshape memory alloyfatiguefracture

About

Dr. Shahverdi is a scientist at Empa, Switzerland where he is involved in different research projects, supervising students, and teaching at ETHZ. Dr. Shahverdi obtained his PhD degree (Thesis title: Mixed-mode static and fatigue failure criteria for adhesively-bonded FRP joints) from EPFL, Switzerland in 2013. His research and teaching interests are: Composite materials, Shape memory alloys, Numerical simulation, Lightweight structures, Application of advanced materials in civil engineering, Solid mechanics, Fatigue and fracture mechanics, Micromechanics, Brittle fracture, Design and conducting of experiments, and Structural design. Dr. Shahverdi has been many times awarded for his greatest effort for innovation, success and high quality research during his academic career. He has received: the innovation award at Empa 2014, PhD fellowship from Swiss National Science Foundation 2009, first place award by American Concrete Institute (ACI), Washington, D.C. USA 2004. Furthermore he was honored by “Minister of Science, Research and Technology” and President of K.N.Toosi University of Technology in 2004.

Co-authors (17)

  • Jaronie Mohd Jani

Publications (5)

  • Iron-based shape memory alloys for civil engineering structures: An overview

    • Cladera A
    • Weber B
    • Leinenbach C
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  • Mixed-Mode I/II fracture behavior of asymmetric adhesively-bonded pultruded composite joints

    • Shahverdi M
    • Vassilopoulos A
    • Keller T
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  • Modeling the progressive damage of adhesively bonded joints

    • Vassilopoulos A
    • Sarfaraz R
    • Shahverdi M
    • et al.
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  • Simulating the effect of fiber bridging and asymmetry on the fracture behavior of adhesively-bonded composite joints

    • Shahverdi M
    • Vassilopoulos A
    • Keller T
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  • A phenomenological analysis of Mode I fracture of adhesively-bonded pultruded GFRP joints

    • Shahverdi M
    • Vassilopoulos A
    • Keller T
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Professional experience

Research Topic Leader

Empa Materials Science and Technology

July 2013 - Present

Education

PhD

Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne

April 2009 - March 2013(4 years)