Dr. Hossein Khodamoradi is a distinguished Postdoctoral Scientist with us at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization. His academic origins trace back to his studies in Condensed-Matter Physics at Bu-Ali Sina University in Iran. Since then, Dr. Khodamoradi's research interests have broadened to encompass Fluid Physics and other interdisciplinary domains.
Research Experience & Collaborations
Dr. Khodamoradi's multifaceted research includes:
- Aerosol Transport & Infection Risk: He is deeply engaged in projects examining aerosol dynamics and assessing infection risks associated with airborne diseases.
- Atmospheric Research: Dr. Khodamoradi plays a pivotal role in atmospheric research, notably through the WindArts project that delves into wind-atmosphere interactions.
- Crystal Growth Optimization: He has dedicated considerable efforts to refining techniques in crystal growth, especially in silicon carbide and germanium arenas.
- Fluid Dynamics & Computational Simulations: Utilizing tools such as COMSOL, OpenFoam, and Ansys, Dr. Khodamoradi engages in comprehensive numerical simulations for diverse applications.
- Fluid Dynamics and heat transfer
- Atmospheric Sciences
- Aerosol Physics
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