Mohammad Amin Batouei

MASc. Student

EME 1212



I’m a MASc. student of a mechanical engineering student at the University of British Columbia. I began my academic journey at the Iran University of Science and Technology through my B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, where I discovered my passion for studying composite materials. In my undergraduate thesis, I focused on practical uses of composite materials by utilizing finite element analysis to research “Reinforcing the corroded bottom plate of a storage tank with composite materials.” Nevertheless, I still felt that I needed more academic learning to better comprehend and fully understand these advanced materials. Thereby, I chose to pursue graduate studies, and I have been fortunate enough to join Composites Research Network (CRN), having the opportunity to achieve my objectives under the supervision of Dr. Abbas Milani.


  • MASc (Ongoing), Mechanical Engineering, UBC, Canada
  • BSc, Mechanical Engineering, IUST, Iran

Research Interests

  • Composites Materials
  • Biocomposites Materials
  • Finite Element Analysis
  • Computer Aided Engineering
  • Composite Defects
  • Optimization of Composites