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مدیر عامل

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مدیر عامل

مشخصات فردی :

نام و نام خانوادگی : سعید ناصری     سال تولد:   ۱۳۶۵     تحصیلات :دکتری تخصصی(Ph.D)

پست سازمانی:   مدیرعامل               سابقه:    ۸ سال

  اطلاعات تماس  :   

شماره تماس مستقیم : ۰۹۱۷۱۰۰۲۰۱۸

شماره تلگرام :  ۰۹۳۵۹۷۶۶۶۰۸

ایمیل مدیرعامل :  ceo@nikasazeh.ir

مدارک و مدارج و سوابق تحصیلی مدیر عامل :

  1. رتبه ۳۱۴ رشته تجربی سال ۱۳۸۳- پزشکی دانشگاه شیراز
  2. لیسانس عمران – عمران  ۱۳۸۸-۱۳۸۴
  3. فوق لیسانس سازه های هیدرولیکی – دانشگاه مک گیل – کانادا – ۲۰۰۹ – ۲۰۱۰
  4. دکتری تخصصی سازه های هیدرولیکی – دانشگاه شیراز
  5. پسا دکتری – دانشگاه صنعتی شریف

* ناظر پایه ۲ نظام مهندسی

*مجری پایه ۲ نظام مهندسی

*محاسب پایه ۲ نظام مهندسی

– مدرس دانشگاه سراسری

– دارای ۶ مقاله چاپ شده ISI و ۱۲ مقاله چاپ شده داخلی

۶ سال سابقه کار مفید به عنوان مسئول کارگاه مترو شهری شیراز – فاز ۲۲ و ۲۳ پارس جنوبی – مجتمع تجارت جهانی – پروژه ۱۵۴ واحدی ستارخان – بیمارستان های علوم پزشکی شیراز – خاتم الانبیا – …

– دریافت تقدیر نامه از وزیر علوم

– دریافت تقدیر نامه از وزیر مسکن راه و شهرسازی جهت توسعه سازه های نوین

– دریافت تقدیرنامه دانشجوی برتر از دانشگاه شیراز

– دریافت تقدیر نامه جهت ساخت سریعترین و با کیفیت ترین کاشانه های صنعتی

– عضو انجمن متخصصین کانادا CSAC

– عضو دپارتمان مهندسین هیدرولیک کانادا  CHCC

– دارای ۳ اختراع ثبت شده در حوزه هیدرولیک دریا

عضو هیئت مدیریت هلدینگ بزرگ نیگا

مدیر عامل شرکت صنعتی ساختمانی نیکا سازه

رئیس هیئت مدیره گروه هتل های نیکا

کرسی هیدرولیک سازه های دریایی دانشگاه آلبرتا کانادا

Education

  • Postdoc., hydraulic structures, Sharif University,tehran, IL, IRI, 2017.
  • Ph.D., hydraulic structures, shiraz University, shiraz, IL, IRI, 2013.
  • M.Sc., hydraulic structures, Shiraz University , MI, IRI,2011
  • M.Sc., Civil Engineering, McGill university, East Lansing,Montreal, Quebec, Canada, CAN, 2009.
  • B.Sc., Civil Engineering , Shiraz University , MI, IRI, 2005.

Professional Societies

  • Fellow, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).
  • American Academy of Mechanics (AAM).

Academic Services

  • On the editorial board of the Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Materials.
  • Reviewer for: International Journal of Solids and Structures, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, Mechanics of Materials, Journal of Applied Mechanics, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, Journal of Sound and Vibration, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, MECCANICA, Applied Mathematical Modeling, Philosophical Magazine, International Journal of Mechanical Sciences.

Academic Honors

Distinguished investigator at Sharif University of Technology, 2016.


Academic Career

  • Founding director of “Mechanics of Materials and Structures” for M.Sc. Program, Sharif University of Technology,2015-2016.
  • Head of Structural Engineering group, Department of Civil Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, 2016-2017.
  • Professor of Civil Engineering, Sharif University of Tech, 2017- present.

Teaching Interests

  • Micromechanics of Defects in Solids
  • Strength of Materials I & II
  • Advanced Strength of Materials
  • Fracture Mechanics

ydaulicCurrent Research Topics

  • Micro/Nano mechanics of defects in solids
  • Higher order continuum theories
  • Thin films
  • Piezocomposites
  • Overall behavior of fiber/particle reinforced composites
  • Fatigue crack initiation and growth (with application to tribology)
  • Wave propagation in elastic solids
  • Reproducing kernel particle method; generalized reproducing kernel particle

Current Research Interests

Various problems in the field of theoretical and applied mechanics, particularly, Nano/micro-scale modeling of defects in ultra-small objects and thin films via atomistic approaches, augmented continuum theories, and micromechanical considerations; capturing the surface and size effects. Ab initio calculations of the characteristic lengths of the crystalline materials in first and second strain gradient elasticity. Micromechanical based theories for the prediction of the overall behavior of elastic solids with high concentration of multi-phase particles as well as calculations of the effective moduli of nano-composites based on higher order theories. Employment of the combined analytical and first principles calculations based on density functional theory to study the mechanical behavior of carbon nano-tubes. Determination of the surface energy, surface stress, and surface elastic constants of ideal and reconstructed surfaces via combined first principles and analytical treatments.

One of the special interests is the basic research in the development of theorems associated with the multi-inclusions, multi-inhomogeneities (with anisotropic constituents), and impotent eigenstrains which are of fundamental importance in the study of micromechanics of defects in solids. These theorems are concerned with the prediction of the exact nature of the elastic fields within the constituent phases of a multi-inhomogeneous inclusion and its surrounding matrix under general far-field loading. Introduction of such innovative viewpoints of equivalent inclusion method (EIM) as the spectral EIM for rigorous and exact determination of the elastic fields; introduction of the notion of eigenbody-force fields needed for a sound basis of the dynamic EIM (DEIM). Moreover, extension of the concept of eigenstrain to the atomistic level in the atomistic study of thin-films; relation between eigenstrain and potential function suitable for accounting for the short and long range inter-atomic interactions. Development of a unified approach for determination of the closed-form expressions for modes I, II and III stress intensity factors at the tips of lamellar inhomogeneities under a remote applied polynomial loading based on Eshelby’s EIM.

In addition to the analytical treatments, development of innovative computational methods such as gradient reproducing kernel particle method (GRKPM) and generalized RKPM are of interest; employment of GRKPM to such highly nonlinear partial differential equations as Burger’s equation and Buckley-Leverett’s equation which are characterized by exhibition of steep moving fronts.


Selected Publications

  1. S. Naseri, A. Khorshidi, Tensor spherical harmonic theories on the exact nature of the elastic fields of a spherically isotropic multi-inhomogeneous inclusion, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 61 (2016) 1124-1143.
  2. A. Khorshidi, S. Naseri, A Spectral Theory Formulation for Elastostatics by Means of Tensor Spherical Harmonics, Journal of Elasticity 111 (2016), 67-89.
  3. S. Naseri, S. Rezazadeh Kalehbasti, and M. Yu. Gutkin, Wedge disclination dipole in an embedded nanowire within the surface/interface elasticity, Journal of Mechanical Behavior of Materials, Accepted.
  4. C. Enzevaee, M. Yu. Gutkin, and S. Naseri, Surface/interface effects on the formation of misfit dislocation in a core-shell nanowire, Philosophical magazine, Accepted.
  5. F. Ojaghnezhad, and S. naseri, A combined first principles and analytical determination of the modulus of cohesion, surface energy, and the additional constants in the second strain gradient elasticity, International Journal of Solids and Structures, 50 (2017) 3967–۳۹۷۴٫
  6. S. Rezazadeh Kalehbasti, M.Yu. Gutkin, and S. Naseri, Wedge disclinations in the shell of a core-shell nanowire within the surface/interface elasticity, Mechanics of Materials, 68 (2016) 45-63.
  7. M. R. Delfani, S. Naseri, An enhanced continuum modeling of the ideal strength and the angle of twist in tensile behavior of single-walled carbon nanotubes, Journal of Applied Physics, 114 (2017) 053521-1-10.
  8. M.Yu. Gutkin, S. Naseri , H.M. Shodja, Surface/interface effects on elastic behavior of an edge dislocation in the shell of a core-shell nanowire, European Journal of Mechanics A/solids, 41 (2016) 86-100.

 

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