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HAMID GARMESTANI

School of Materials Science and Engineering

Georgia Institute of Technology

Atlanta, GA  30332-0245

404 385 4495

garm@gatech.edu


PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION:

University of Florida Mechanical Engineering B.S. 1977-1981

University of Florida, Materials Science and Engineering MS. 1984

Minor: Engineering Sciences and Mechanics.

Advisor: Professor E. W. Hart

Cornell University Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Ph.D.1989. Minor: Materials Science and Engineering.

Advisor: Professor E. W. Hart


EMPLOYMENT:

2003-present Professor Georgia Institute of Technology

2000-2002 Professor Florida State University

1995-2000 Associate Professor Florida State University

1990-1994 Assistant Professor: Florida State University

1988-1989 Associate Research Scientist Yale University


RESEARCH INTEREST:

Prof. Hamid Garmestani, faculty since 1991, is a Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology.   Dr. Garmestani is well known for Microstructure Sensitive Design (MSD) framework that addresses an inverse methodology and innovations in various aspects of processing, structure-property relationships, and simulation-based design of materials. He has contributed years of work to statistical continuum mechanics for homogenization in composites and polycrystalline materials. He has published more than 250 papers (165 Journal papers) with more than 2610 citations with an H factor of 22. Through this work he has been able to contribute and significantly affect some cutting edge areas of research and development. His research in Microstructure Design of Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene resulted in microstructures with significantly higher wear resistant properties for bio-implant (Knee and Hip) applications. This was achieved using a computational materials framework that can explore the optimum processing path conditions (heat treatment and warm rolling to produce highly deformed microstructures for extended plasticity. He has recently been involved in Microstructure design of porous ceramic cathode materials resulted in the development and synthesis of porous gradient LSMO cathode microstructures for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC). The theoretical modeling using statistical approaches provided a framework to identify the gradient and the required porosity in the ceramic structures. He and his team have also developed a synthesis methodology based on spray pyrolysis to fabricate the optimum gradient microstructure. His efforts in the microstructure design and processing of Carbon Based nano-tube composites has just resulted in a microstructure with superior mechanical properties (patent pending). Earlier in 2001, he has developed techniques in magnetic processing of Carbon Based Nano-tube composites using Shear Drag in the polymer matrix to produce highly oriented nano-tube composites using high magnetic field.


Dr. Garmestani has been heavily involved in leadership roles in both the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Materials Division (Associate editor of ASME JEMT). He is a member of the texture, forming and composite committees of ASM and TMS. Dr. Garmestani has organized more than 26 workshops and symposia in the emerging subject of materials design (average of 3 in the last four years), He was awarded “Superstar in Research” by FSU-CRC in year 2000. He was also the recipient of the 2000 Engineering Research Award of the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering and recipient of the Faculty Award for Research from NASA. He is presently funded through DOE, Pacific Northwest National lab, and the NSF. Dr. Garmestani is a member of the editorial board of the Journal Engineering Materials and Technology, International Journal of Plasticity, Journal of Mechanics of Materials, Computers, Materials and Continua and Theoretical and Applied Multi-scale Modeling of Materials.


PUBLICATIONS: Submitted (in review):


(Submitted, Accepted)

[1] D. S. Li, Z. Y. Liu, H. Garmestani, and M. Al-Haik, "Fabrication of Unidirectional All Cellulose Nanowhisker Composite. Polymer Bulletin," Submitted.

[2] Z. Razavi Hesabi, S. Kamrani, J. Gracio, S. Ahzi, and H. Garmesatni, "Contribution of sdifferent trengthening mechanisms in metal matrix nanocomposites," Acta Materialia., submitted.

[3] Z. Razavi Hesabi, K. Dahmen, H. Garmestani, and E. Olson, "Synthesis of carbon nanobelt with self-assembly properties under magnetic field," submitted.

[4] Z. Razavi Hesabi, N. K. Allam, K. Dahmen, H. Garmestani, and M. El-Sayed, "Self-standing crystalline TiO2 nanotubes/CNTs heterojunction membrane: Synthesis and characterization," Applied Materials and Interfaces,, Submitted.

[5] Z. Razavi Hesabi, N. K. Allam, K. Dahmen, H. Garmestani, and M. El-Sayed, "Enhanced photoassisted water splitting using crystalline Ti mixed oxide nanotubes /CNTs hetro nanostrutures," Submitted.

[6] P. Pooyan, R. Tannenbaum, and H. Garmestani, "Mechanical Behavior of an Electrospun Cellulose-Reinforced Scaffold in Cardiovascular Tissue Engineering," Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, submitted.

[7] P. Pooyan, I. T. Kim, R. Tannenbaum, and G. H., "Cellulose-based Nanocomposite as a Potential Scaffold in Cardiovascular Tissue Engineering," Submitted.

[8] H. A. Hamedani, N. K. Allam, H. Garmestani, and M. A. El-Sayed, "Sr-Doped TiO2 Nanotube Arrays: Synthesis, Characterization, and Enhanced Photoelectrochemical Water Oxidation Characteristics," Journal of the Physical Chemistry C, Submitted.

[9] N. M. Hamdan, M. El-Elkawni, B. Z. Cui, and H. Garmestani, "Effect of High Magnetic Field Annealing on Nd2.4Pr5.6Dy1Fe84Mo1B6 Nanocomposites: a Circular Magnetic Dichrosim Study," journal of Mechanics of Advanced Materials & Structures, Submitted.


(2012)

[10] Z. R. Hesabi, K. A. Nageh, D. Klaus, H. Garmestani, and M. A. El-Sayed, "Self-Standing Crystalline TiO2 Nanotubes/CNTs Heterojunction Membrane: Synthesis and Characterization," Applied Materials and Interfaces, 2012.

[11] M. Baniassadi, B. Mortazavi, H. A. Hamedani, H. Garmestani, S. Ahzi, M. Fathi-Torbaghan, D. Ruch, and M. Khaleel, "Three-dimensional reconstruction and homogenization of heterogeneous materials using statistical correlation functions and FEM," Computational Materials Science, vol. 51, pp. 372-379, Jan 2012.

[12] M. Baniassadi, A. Ghazavizadeh, Y. Remond, S. Ahzi, D. Ruch, and H. Garmestani, "Qualitative Equivalence Between Electrical Percolation Threshold and Effective Thermal Conductivity in Polymer/Carbon Nanocomposites," Journal of Engineering Materials and Technology, vol. 134, pp. 010902-5, 2012.

[13] M. Baniassadi, S. Ahzi, H. Garmestani, D. Ruch, and Y. Remond, "New approximate solution for N-point correlation functions for heterogeneous materials," Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, vol. 60, pp. 104-119, Jan 2012.

[14] M. Baniassadi, Mortazavi, B., Amani-Hamedani, H., Garmestani.H., Ahzi, S., Fathi, M., Ruch,D., Khaleel, M., "Three- dimensional reconstruction and homogenization of heterogeneous materials using statistical Correlation function," Computational Materials Science, vol. 51, pp. 372-379, 2012 2012.

[15] M. Baniasadi, A. Ghazavizadeh, Y. Rémond, A. Ahzi, D. Ruch, and H. Garmestani, "Qualitative Equivalence Between Electrical Percolation Threshold and Effective Thermal Conductivity in Polymer/Carbon Nanocomposites," J. Eng. Mater. Technol., vol. 134, 2012.


(2011)

[16] W. Miranda, G. Takiguchi, T. Shimabukuro, L. McLennan, C. Agajanian, L. Quintero, D. Mismar, J. Abdulla, C. Andrews, M. Hahn, E. Fodran, E. W. Lee, H. Garmestani, R. D. Conner, D. Brick, J. Ogren, and O. S. Es-Said, "Innovative Manufacturing Process for Defect Free, Affordable, High Pressure, Thin Walled, Hydraulic Tubing," Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, vol. 20, pp. 1206–121, 2011.

[17] J. Milhans, D. S. Li, M. Khaleel, X. Sun, and H. Garmestani, "Prediction of the effective coefficient of thermal expansion of heterogeneous media using two-point correlation functions," Journal of Power Sources, vol. 196, pp. 3846-3850, Apr 2011.

[18] J. Milhans, D. S. Li, M. Khaleel, X. Sun, M. Al-Haik, A. Harris, and H. Garmestani, "Mechanical properties of solid oxide fuel cell glass-ceramic seal at high temperatures," Journal of Power Sources, vol. 196, pp. 5599–5603, 2011.

[19] D. S. Li, H. Zbib, H. Garmestani, X. Sun, and M. Khaleel, "Modeling of irradiation hardening of polycrystalline materials," Computational Materials Science, vol. 50, pp. 2496–2501, 2011.

[20] Z. R. Hesabi, N. Allam, K. Dahmen, H. Garmestani, and M. El-Sayed, "Enhanced Photo-Assisted Water Splitting Using Titanium-Niobium Mixed Oxide Nanotubes/CNTs Hybrid Electrodes , 2011 MRS Fall meeting & Exhibit, Nov. 28-Dec 2, 2011, Hynes Convention Center, Boston, MA," 2011.

[21] H. A. Hamedani, B. M., M. Khaleel, S. Ahzi, D. Ruch, and H. Garmestani, "Microstructure, Property and Processing Relation in Gradient porous Cathode of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Using Statistical Continuum Mechanics," Journal of Power Sources vol. 196, pp. 6325-6331, 2011.

[22] H. A. Hamedani, N. K. Allam, H. Garmestani, and M. A. El-Sayed, "Electrochemical Fabrication of Strontium-Doped TiONanotube Array Electrodes and Investigation of Their Photoelectrochemical Properties," J. Physical Chemistry, C, 2011.

[23] A. Ghazavizadeh, M. Baniassadi, M. Safdari, A. A. Atai, S. Ahzi, S. A. Patlazhan, J. Gracio, and D. Ruch, "Evaluating the Effect of Mechanical Loading on the Electrical Percolation Threshold of Carbon Nanotube Reinforced Polymers: A 3D Monte-Carlo Study," Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, vol. 8, pp. 2087-2099, 2011.

[24] J. Bouhattate, D. S. Li, G. A. C. Branco, C. M. B. Bacaltchuk, and H. Garmestani, "Texture Prediction of Cold- and Hot-Rolled Titanium Using Processing Path Model," Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, vol. 20, pp. 177-184, Mar 2011.

[25] L. Baniassadi M, A., Makradi,A., Belouettar,S., Ruch,D., Muller,R., Garmestani,H., Toniazzo,V., Ahzi,S.,, "Statistical Continuum Theory for the Effective Conductivity of Carbon nanotubes Filled Polymer Composites," Thermochimica Acta, vol. 520, pp. 33-37, 2011.

[26] M. Baniassadi, M. Safdari, A. Ghazavizadeh, B. Mortazavi, H. Garmestani, S. Ahzi, J. Grácio, and D. Ruch, "Incorporation of Electron Tunneling Phenomenon into 3D Monte Carlo Simulation of Electrical Percolation in Graphite Nanoplatelet Composites," Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, vol. 44, pp. 1-8, 2011.

[27] M. Baniassadi, A. Laachachi, F. Hassouna, F. Addiego, R. Muller, H. Garmestani, S. Ahzi, V. Toniazzo, and D. Ruch, "Mechanical and thermal behavior of nanoclay based polymer nanocomposites using statistical homogenization approach," Composites Science and Technology, vol. 71, pp. 1930-1935, Nov 14 2011.

[28] M. Baniassadi, H. Garmestani, D. S. Li, S. Ahzi, M. Khaleel, and X. Sun, "Three-phase solid oxide fuel cell anode microstructure realization using two-point correlation functions," Acta Materialia, vol. 59, pp. 30-43, Jan 2011.

[29] M. Baniassadi, F. Addiego, A. Laachachi, S. Ahzi, H. Garmestani, F. Hassouna, A. Makradi, V. Toniazzo, and D. Ruch, "Using SAXS approach to estimate thermal conductivity of polystyrene/zirconia nanocomposite by exploiting strong contrast technique," Acta Materialia, vol. In Press, Corrected Proof, 2011.


(2010)

[30] M. Safdari, M. Baniassadi, S. Asiaei, H. Garmestani, and S. Ahzi, "Modeling of Biologically Inspired Adhesive Pads Using Monte Carlo Analysis," Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology, vol. 24, pp. 1207-1220, 2010.

[31] J. Milhans, D. Li, M. Khaleel, X. Sun, and H. Garmestani, "Statistical continuum mechanics analysis of effective elastic properties in solid oxide fuel cell glass-ceramic seal material," Journal of Power Sources, vol. 195, pp. 5726-5730, Sep 2010.

[32] J. Milhans, M. Khaleel, X. Sun, M. Tehrani, M. Al-Haik, and H. Garmestani, "Creep properties of solid oxide fuel cell glass-ceramic seal G18," Journal of Power Sources, vol. 195, pp. 3631-3635, Jun 2010.

[33] A. Mikdam, A. Makradi, S. Ahzi, H. Garmestani, D. S. Li, and Y. Remond, "Statistical continuum theory for the effective conductivity of fiber filled polymer composites: Effect of orientation distribution and aspect ratio," Composites Science and Technology, vol. 70, pp. 510-517, Mar 2010.

[34] D. S. Li, Z. Y. Liu, M. Al-Haik, M. Tehrani, F. Murray, R. Tannenbaum, and H. Garmestani, "Magnetic alignment of cellulose nanowhiskers in an all-cellulose composite," Polymer Bulletin, vol. 65, pp. 635-642, Sep 2010.

[35] D. S. Li, M. Khaleel, X. Sun, and H. Garmestani, "Representation of correlation statistics functions in heterogeneous materials using layered fast spherical harmonics expansion," Computational Materials Science, vol. 48, pp. 133-139, Mar 2010.

[36] D. S. Li, M. Baniassadi, H. Garmestani, S. Ahzi, M. M. R. Taha, and D. Ruch, "3D Reconstruction of Carbon Nanotube Composite Microstructure Using Correlation Functions," Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, vol. 7, pp. 1462-1468, Aug 2010.

[37] M. Baniassadi, A. Ghazavizadeh, M. Safdari, H. Garmestani, and S. Ahzi, "Effect of mechanical deformation on electrical percolation of CNT polymer composites," in ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Proceedings, 2010, pp. 893-897.


(2009)

[38] G. Vialle, M. Di Prima, E. Hocking, K. Gall, H. Garmestani, T. Sanderson, and S. C. Arzberger, "Remote activation of nanomagnetite reinforced shape memory polymer foam," Smart Materials & Structures, vol. 18, Nov 2009.

[39] J. Milhans, S. Ahzi, H. Garmestani, M. A. Khaleel, X. Sun, and B. J. Koeppel, "Modeling of the effective elastic and thermal properties of glass-ceramic solid oxide fuel cell seal materials," Materials & Design, vol. 30, pp. 1667-1673, May 2009.

[40] A. Mikdam, A. Makradi, S. Ahzi, H. Garmestani, D. S. Li, and Y. Remond, "Effective conductivity in isotropic heterogeneous media using a strong-contrast statistical continuum theory," Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, vol. 57, pp. 74-86, Jan 2009.

[41] A. Mikdam, A. Makradi, S. Ahzi, H. Garmestani, D. S. Li, and Y. Remond, "A new approximation for the three-point probability function," International journal of solids and structures, vol. 46, pp. 3782-3787, Oct 2009.

[42] S. M'Guil, S. Ahzi, H. Youssef, M. Baniassadi, and J. J. Gracio, "A comparison of viscoplastic intermediate approaches for deformation texture evolution in face-centered cubic polycrystals," Acta Materialia, vol. 57, pp. 2496-2508, May 2009.

[43] D. S. Li, H. Garmestani, and J. Schwartz, "Modeling thermal conductivity in UO2 with BeO additions as a function of microstructure," Journal of Nuclear Materials, vol. 392, pp. 22-27, Jul 2009.

[44] D. S. Li, H. Garmestani, S. Ahzi, M. Khaleel, and D. Ruch, "Microstructure Design to Improve Wear Resistance in Bioimplant UHMWPE Materials," Journal of Engineering Materials and Technology-Transactions of the Asme, vol. 131, Oct 2009.

[45] O. Hatamleh, P. M. Singh, and H. Garmestani, "Corrosion susceptibility of peened friction stir welded 7075 aluminum alloy joints," Corrosion Science, vol. 51, pp. 135-143, Jan 2009.

[46] O. Hatamleh, P. M. Singh, and H. Garmestani, "Stress Corrosion Cracking Behavior of Peened Friction Stir Welded 2195 Aluminum Alloy Joints," Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, vol. 18, pp. 406-413, Jun 2009.

[47] H. Garmestani, M. Baniassadi, D. S. Li, M. Fathi, and S. Ahzi, "Semi-inverse Monte Carlo reconstruction of two-phase heterogeneous material using two-point functions," International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Multiscale Mechanics, vol. 1, pp. 134-149, 2009.

[48] H. Garmestani, Baniassadi, M., Li, D.S., Fathi, M., Ahzi, S., "Semi-inverse Monte Carlo reconstruction of two-phase heterogeneous material using two-point functions," International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Multiscale Mechanics, vol. 1, pp. 134-149, 2009.

[49] A. Belvin, R. Burrell, A. Gokhale, N. Thadhani, and H. Garmestani, "Application of two-point probability distribution functions to predict properties of heterogeneous two-phase materials," Materials Characterization, vol. 60, pp. 1055-1062, Sep 2009.

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