About me :

My name is Saeed Zare. I’m currently a graduated M.Sc student of Material Science and engineering at Material Engineering Department of Isfahan University of Technology. I also received my B.Sc. degree in Material Science and engineering from the Department of Material Engineering, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad.

My previous research experience is in cement and high temperature binders, but I am also interested on the development, characterisation and exploitation of advanced and non-traditional ceramic, cement and glasses technology.

Recently i have successfully improved strength and physical properties of refractory castables using a new binder that would be able to create strong bonds in monolithic refractory castables.

 

 

Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.

 

 

― Carl Sagan    

Educations :

2011-2013:

M.Sc. Materials Engineering,

Isfahan University of Technology (about)

Thesis Title:  Investigation and Production of Alumina Monolithic Refractory containing in situ nano spinel

Thesis Supervisor: Prof. Ahmad Monshi (about) and Prof. Ali Saidi (about)

2006-2010:

B.Sc.  Materials Engineering, Industrial Metallurgy

Ferdowsi University of Mashhad (about)

Thesis Title: Determining a factor to estimate depth of effective hardened steel in induction hardening method

Thesis Supervisor: Dr. Mehdad Kashefi Torbati (about)

2001-2005:

Diploma in Mathematics and Physics

Ayandesazan Public Exemplary High School, Mashhad, Iran

Research Interests :

• Design and development of metallic, ceramic, and polymeric materials and their composites
• Technologies for Development Monolithic Material with new binders
• In-situ mechanical behavior of materials at nanometer and micrometer length scales
• Synthesis, structures and properties of nano-structured materials
• Solid State Phase Transformations
• Creative use of nanomaterials and nano-systems
• Colloidal properties of particles
• Materials characterization by X-ray diffraction
• Deformation and strengthening mechanisms
• Failure Mechanisms in Materials
• Portland cement concrete materials characterization