Portrait - Amin Ebrahimi

Amin Ebrahimi

Delft University of Technology
Faculty of Mechanical, Maritime, and Materials Engineering (3mE)
Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE)
Mekelweg 2, 2628 CD, Delft, The Netherlands

Office: Faculty 3mE, Building 34, H-1-250
Phone: +31 (0)15 27 85682
Email: A.Ebrahimi [at] tudelft.nl | Ebrahimi.Amin [at] gmail.com

Welcome to my webpage!

I am a Research Scientist at TU Delft, performing fundamental and applied research on advanced multiscale modelling of complex heat and fluid flow problems. I have extensive experience covering metallurgy and materials processing (welding and additive manufacturing), thermal energy systems, and Micro/Nano-fluidic devices. My research interest lies in understanding the physics of complex fluids and complex flows and employing this knowledge in the development of novel technologies, and am particularly interested in data-driven engineering and optimisation for real-world engineering problems. I enthusiastically explore new ideas, search for novel solutions, and actively apply my knowledge and expertise for effective problem-solving.

I am known as a hard-working, creative individual who is keen to work on multidisciplinary projects. Being recognised as a self-organised, enthusiastic individual and a synergistic team member, I am eager to help others. I hold solid analytical thinking, communication and project management skills.

I am open to collaborative research related to my field of interest for the benefit of industry and society. Please refer to my current and past projects and publications for further details and feel free to contact me.

Current research interests

  • Advanced multiscale multiphysics modelling of transport phenomena

  • Data- and physics-driven design and optimisation

  • Computational and experimental fluid dynamics and heat transfer

  • Metallurgy and materials processing

  • Micro- and Nano-fluidics