Ahmad Reza Motezakker
I was born in Behbahan, Iran in 1991. I received the B.S. degree in Mechanical engineering at university of Tabriz, Iran, in which I investigated the effect of adding nanoparticles (Al2O3) to the cooling fluids in thermofluid systems. Having an immense passion to continue and bolster my research experience, I decided to earn my M.Sc. degree perusing the Nano-Micro scale heat and fluid flow at the pioneering Micro-Nano Scale Heat Transfer and Microfluidics Research Laboratory of the Sabanci University in Istanbul. My master thesis topic “Cooling Enhancement of Microsystems using Micro/Nano Scale Enhanced Surfaces”, supervised by Prof. Ali Kosar, represents novel surface modifications for phase change cooling systems. After getting my master, I was privileged to work with fluid mechanics group of Delft university of Technology to design a novel microfluidic device for assessment of single or multiple microorganisms. Currently, I am a Ph.D candidate at KTH Royal Institute of Technology within Wallenberg Wood Science Center, Stockholm, Sweden. The topic will be directed to the area of fundamentals of nanoscale assembly of cellulose nanofiber experimentally and numerically.
Fluid Mechanics for Engineers (SG1220), assistant | Course web
Fluid Mechanics, Basic Course (SG1217), assistant | Course web
Mechanics II (SG1140), assistant | Course web
Particle Dynamics with project (SG1115), assistant | Course web