Research Associate in the Mechanics of Failure of Adhesive Joints
Academic Division: Mechanics, Materials and Design
Research group: Materials Engineering
Telephone: +44 1223 7 48523
My research activities at the University of Cambridge is in the area of Mechanics of Adhesive Joints. In center for micromechanics, my role is to investigate and understand the fracture mechanics of adhesively bonded joints in primary structures in shipbuilding. My previous research background is on mechanics of bioinspired and biological composites such as bone and nacre.
Enabling Qualification of Hybrid Structures for Lightweight and Safe Maritime Transport (QUALIFY)
Dr. Sina Askarinejad is a Research Associate at the Center for Micromechanics at University of Cambridge. Dr. Sina Askarinejad received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering (Mechanics, Materials and Structures) from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, MA, USA in 2017. He has received multiple awards and recognition from the Mechanics and Materials community including Society of Engineering Science (SES) best research award, Best research at WPI, First prize for research in American Physical Society (APS) New England meeting, and Outstanding Reviewer of Journal of Composites Part A. The goal of his research is to design the next generation structural and multi-functional composites.
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