Mahmoud Jourabian, born in Arak, Iran, on 24th June 1986, is a Manufacturing Engineer graduated from Iran University of Science and Technology (IUST), Iran in 2008. He continued his postgraduate studies in Babol Nooshirvani University of Technology (NIT), Iran acquired a Master of Science degree in Energy Conversion in 2012 and conducted research on the Lattice Boltzmann Method (LBM) simulation of melting process of Phase Change Materials (PCM) in various configurations. He also utilized different teat transfer enhancement techniques including porous media and nanofluids to increase melting rate. Consequently, he published more than 10 papers in ISI journals such as in ELSEVIER and SPRINGER. After finishing his military service in his home country in year 2013, he took English proficiancy tests like TOEFL and GRE in order to apply to US universities. He got admission from the Washington State University (WSU), admission and scholarship from the Villanova University and the University of Missouri. Finally, in 2014 he accepted a position for the SEDITRANS project as a PhD researcher at the University of Trieste, Italy, working on the Large Eddy Simulation (LES) of sediment transport in estuaries and fluvial areas under supervision of Professor Armenio.


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