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Saeed Kazemiabnavi

  • Ph.D. Student
  • Graduate Student Research Assistant
  • University of Michigan
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Research interests

Atomistic SimulationDensity Functional TheoryFinite Element AnalysisFuel CellEnergy StorageElectrochemical SystemsBattery

About

I am a Mechanical Engineering Ph.D. student at the University of Michigan. I received my bachelor's with honors in Mechanical Engineering and Chemistry from Sharif University of Technology in Iran. I joined Prof. Thornton's lab at the University of Michigan after working in Computational Nanoscience Lab at Washington State University for one year. Currently I am working on multi-scale modeling and simulation of rechargeable batteries. Besides research, I also have previous experience in Computer Aided Design, Manufacturing and Engineering (CAD/CAM/CAE) using commercial softwares including SolidWorks, CATIA, COMSOL and Abaqus (FEM). I am also a car enthusiast and always eager to know more and more about exotic sports cars!

Co-authors (17)

  • Alexander Chadwick
  • Fazel Zare Bidoky

Publications (5)

  • Theoretical Overpotentials for Metal Anodes

    • Nagy K
    • Kazemiabnavi S
    • Siegel D
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  • A comparative study of hydrogen storage and hydrocarbon fuel processing for automotive fuel cells

    • Kazemiabnavi S
    • Scharf B
    • Soundararaj A
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  • Modeling the Electron Transfer Reaction at the Lithium Metal Anode-Liquid Electrolyte Interface in Lithium-Air Batteries

    • Kazemiabnavi S
    • Dutta P
    • Banerjee S
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  • Experimental Investigation on the Effect of Micro Cavity-Micro Channel Angle on the Reciprocating Motion of Mercury in a Micro Cavity

    • Haghayegh S
    • Kazemiabnavi S
    • Karmozdi M
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  • Experimental Investigation on the Effect of Stimulating Frequency on the Reciprocating Motion of Mercury in a Micro Cavity

    • Kazemiabnavi S
    • Haghayegh S
    • Karmozdi M
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Professional experience

Graduate Student Research Assistant

University of Michigan

September 2014 - Present

Research Assistant

Washington State University

August 2013 - August 2014(a year)

Education history

Mechanical Engineering, Ph.D.

University of Michigan

September 2016 - Present

Mechanical Engineering, M.Sc.

University of Michigan

September 2014 - April 2016(2 years)

Chemistry, B.Sc.

Sharif University of Technology

September 2009 - July 2013(4 years)

Mechanical Engineering, B.Sc.

Sharif University of Technology

September 2008 - July 2013(5 years)