Behnam Memarmaher

Visiting Research Student

EME 1212




I successfully completed my studies in Mechanical Engineering and obtained a Master of Science (M.Sc.) degree in Iran. During my M.Sc., I focused on enhancing the mechanical properties of nanocomposites. During my M.Sc. studies, I improved my knowledge in the field of composite, methods of fabricating, and types of failures in these materials. Alongside my academic pursuits, I worked as a guest lecturer at two universities, teaching various mechanical engineering courses. Additionally, I undertook projects in collaboration with different companies. Subsequently, I joined the industry, where I gained valuable experience in structural design and construction. My expertise encompasses stress analysis, modal and vibration analysis, as well as various manufacturing processes.
Since 2020, I have been pursuing a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering at Tarbiat Modares University in Iran. My current research project revolves around predicting the buckling load of sandwich panels using Vibration Correlation Techniques (VCT). In 2023, I joined the CRN lab as a visiting researcher under the supervision of Dr. Abbas Milani.


  • PhD (ongoing), Mechanical engineering, TMU, Iran
  • MSc, Mechanical engineering, Semnan University, Iran

Research Interests

  • Nano composite structure
  • Stress and vibration analysis on composite materials
  • Crack analysis on composite materials
  • Fatigue analysis of composite materials
  • Additive Manufacturing especially metal alloys