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Mohammad Rahiminejad

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Mohammad Rahiminejad is a third-year Ph.D. student in the doctoral program of Mechanics at EPFL. His main research centers on building physics and examines how the thermo-hydrodynamic behavior of airflow in a ventilated cavity behind traditional and modern (BIPV) external claddings impacts the thermal performance of the entire building envelope. To tackle this topic, he takes a multidisciplinary approach that encompasses numerical analyses, CFD simulations, and experimental measurements. Before joining EPFL, he worked as a project manager assistant in Shiraz, Iran, on quite a few industrial projects including the design of the ventilation systems of Tehran-Shomal Freeway, design of the air conditioning systems of Shiraz subway, and design of the air exhaust and jet fan systems of the Shiraz longest underpass. He holds a master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Sharif University of Technology, Iran, where he investigated water purification through monolayer graphene membranes using Molecular Dynamics (MD) simulation. In his bachelor's degree in Shiraz University, he successfully achieved publishing a journal paper in the field of biomechanics that addressed the distribution of the pressure and velocity fields in the human upper airway during sneezing using CFD simulations.

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