Moazen to lead Human Science Frontier Program project to study osteoderms
"We do not know what drives the extraordinary diversity of osteoderms in lizards, how it is controlled, or how it originated."Read more
I have joined UCL Mechanical Engineering Depertment in May 2016 as a Teaching Fellow. I completed my PhD in Sound and Vibration (2012) at ISVR, Southampton University, on nonlinear vibration isolators. Following my PhD, I joined Strathclyde University as a Teaching Associate. In 2014, I moved to Loughborough University as a Research Associate where I researched the variability in noise and vibration of automotive vehicles in collaboration with Jaguar Land Rover.
I received my MSc in Aerospace Structure from Amirkabir University of Technology, Iran (2003) and my BSc in Mechanical Engineering from Isfahan University of Technology, Iran (2001). I worked as a Development Engineer in different sector of industry for few years before returning to academia for the PhD.
Icebreaker Oden Arctic Ocean 18. Photo courtesy Ida Kinner Physicist and Oceanographer Dr Helen Czerski is getting ready to set sail in a…Read more