Farshid Pahlevani

Senior Research Associate, UNSW

Farshid Pahlevani completed his PhD in Materials Engineering at Japan’s Tohoku University in 2007. He has worked as a scientist in the Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials (IMRAM) at Tohoku University and Singapore Institute of Manufacturing and Technology (SIMTech), A*STAR. He joined the SMaRT Centre in 2014. With research expertise in process metallurgy, Farshid has worked on solidification and casting of materials, metal-ceramic interaction at interface of metal and oxide, modifying the steel refining procedure towards enhancing sustainability, modelling and numerical analysing of metallurgical process, and heat and mass transfer during metallurgical process.

Over the years his primary focus has been on expanding his academic research efforts and working with industry partners to further the use of fundamental science within industrial applications. He has worked with several industries, published papers on process metallurgy in leading journals, and secured two patents which are currently licensed to five companies across Japan, South Korea, Thailand and Singapore. His research at the SMaRT Centre is focused on the utilisation of waste as a raw material in the process of metal manufacturing.

Experience

  • –present
    Senior Research Associate, UNSW Australia