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Masoud is known as an experienced researcher in the field of modern engineering covering structures, geomechanics, earthquake, numerical modelling and software development. He works in School of Environment and Technology. Prior to his current appointment, he worked two times as a senior researcher at the University of Southampton and the University of Surrey and worked in industry developing computational tools and software for geotechnical engineers. He loves modern engineering and looks forward developing some enginnering tools for making life better for everyone.
My research interests are categorized under the heading of computational geo/mechanics. This includes the constitutive model development, novel integration schemes for numerical solutions, rate-dependent model, single scale and multi-scale FE models and elasto-dynamic solutions.
My current research interests are earthquake engineering and vibrating barriers for absorbing the earthquake energy in structure’s vicinity as well as model reduction techniques.
I’m collaborating with my colleagues at the University of Southampton about the topics such as unsaturated soil mechanics and effects of seasonal ratcheting and climatic trends on slope stability as well as geotechnical assets.
I’m fascinated by developing AI-driven tools for engineering and medical science.
As a modern engineer, my expertise is on deploying software and tools for better User Experience. I have worked on FinTech and Portfolio/Asset Management by deploying iOS, Android, Windows applications as well as using sensor fusion and applied sensor technologies. Developing NLP, machine learning. and decomposing a signal or sequences into understandable context are those that I am passionate about it in the future.
1/07/19 → 30/04/21
Project: Research Councils / Government Depts.