Researcher biography

Associate Professor Aminossadati completed BEng in 1989, MEng in 1994 and PhD in 1999 in the field of Mechanical Engineering. He is a highly accomplished academic with a wealth of experience in Mechanical and Mining engineering research and academia. He has made significant contributions to advancing collaborative research in this field and has gained national and international recognition for his research on flows in porous underground media thermofluids, flow simulations in pipes, pumps, turbines and compressors, fibre-optic sensing systems and underground mine ventilation systems. He has secured 16 research grants totalling $2,650,000, published 180 journal and conference papers, resulting in 2850 citations and an H-Index of 35. Additionally, he has produced 3 industry reports, served as academic advisor for 18 RHD students who have graduated and 8 current RHD students, and is a reviewer for 30 international journals. He has also been invited as a keynote speaker at the Mine Vent Conference in Brisbane in 2009 and the Fibre Optic Conference in China in 2015.