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Dr Allazadeh received his BS/MSc degree in manufacturing technology from the University of Miskolc in Hungary, MSc degree in mechanical engineering from Brown University in the USA, and PhD in mechanical engineering and material science from the University of Pittsburgh in the USA. His past academic positions are teaching assistance and two post-doctorate contracts at the University of Pittsburgh, assistant professor at Wespreme University (Panonia), research fellow at Hungarian academy of sciences, and associate professor at Obudai University, successively.

His past industrial engineering job include working in General Electric, BayZoltan research institute collaborating with Alcoa Company, TechnoSoft, and ANSYS. He has promoted his carrier reputations by demonstrating his professional engineering works and aptitudes at his current position as manufacturing engineer in the forming team of the AFRC. He was granted CEng MIMechE chartered engineering status from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers in 2016.

The main line of his research interests has been studying the behaviour of materials (metallic, non-metallic, composites, and bio) and material properties’ modifications in response to applied external loads or internal stresses (e.g. thermal, mechanical, magnetic, radioactive, and biological) within given functional conditions and material working environment.

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 9 - Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure


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  • Aspire Spring Improvement

    Allazadeh, M., 6 Dec 2023, D1.1 ed. Glasgow. 37 p.

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  • Superplastic forming of 1050 aluminium alloy

    Allazadeh, M. R., 22 May 2023. 15 p.

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