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UCL Mechanical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering Sciences


Seyyed Reza Haqshenas

  • UCL Mechanical Engineering

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Professor Nader Saffari

Research Area

Physical Acoustics, Phase Transition, Ultrasound Assisted Crystallisation, Signal Processing

Research outline

Sonocrystallisation is a complex process which takes advantage of ultrasound insonation to enhance the crystallisation process. This work aims to achieve a deeper insight about the interaction between sonication and crystallisation processes. The main objective is to understand the physics of the sonocrystallisation process and advance the knowledge of mechanisms. See my research homepage for further information.


Reza received a B.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Iran, MSc degrees in Sound and Vibration from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, and Mechanical Engineering with focus on Mechatronics and Fault Diagnosis from McMaster University, Canada.

He then commenced his PhD studies with the Ultrasonic Group in UCL Mechanical Engineering. Beside his studies, Reza has enjoyed the experience of working with different companies within three different continents. He is fascinated by different areas of acoustics, chemical physics, data processing and system identification, mathematical modelling and their combinations.

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