Dr Amir Parvanian
Ext-Funded Research Fellow
School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering
Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology
Amir is a degree-qualified Materials Engineer with 10+ years of academic and industrial professional experience and in-depth knowledge in the field of advanced materials synthesis, characterization and development for the commercialization of renewable energy sources and CO2 mitigation.
He also co-founded and managed a knowledge-based start-up company (RAMA Co., Isfahan, Iran) where he worked as a senior research engineer. RAMA Co. is focused on solving industrial issues based on unique properties of different porous materials. His recent publication highlights the application of porous materials in CO2 reutilisaiton.
As an expert in the field of pore-engineering of porous materials for a broad range of applications, Amir is now working on the CO2 mitigation of cement industries through applying Supplementary Cementitios Materials (SCMs).
Date Institution name Country Title Isfahan University of Technology Iran Doctor of Philosophy Isfahan University of Technology Iran Master of Science Isfahan University of Technology Iran Bachelor of Science
Year Citation 2022 Parvanian, A. M., Sadeghi, N., Rafiee, A., Shearer, C. J., & Jafarian, M. (2022). Application of porous materials for co2 reutilization: A review. Energies, 15(1), 65 pages.
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2020 Parvanian, A. M., Salimijazi, H., Shabaninejad, M., Troitzsch, U., Kreider, P., Lipiński, W., & Saadatfar, M. (2020). Thermochemical CO₂ splitting performance of perovskite coated porous ceramics. RSC Advances, 10(39), 23049-23057.
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2020 Parvanian, A. M., Salimijazi, H., Shabaninejad, M., Kreider, P., & Saadatfar, M. (2020). Ca/Al doped lanthanum manganite perovskite coated porous SiC for CO₂ conversion. Materials Chemistry and Physics, 253, 7 pages.
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2019 Parvanian, A. M., Salimijazi, H. R., Fathi, M., & Saadatfar, M. (2019). Synthesis and thermal shock evaluation of porous SiC ceramic foams for solar thermal applications. Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 102(4), 2009-2020.
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2016 Shahzeydi, M. H., Parvanian, A. M., & Panjepour, M. (2016). The distribution and mechanism of pore formation in copper foams fabricated by Lost Carbonate Sintering method. Materials Characterization, 111, 21-30.
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2014 Parvanian, A. M., Saadatfar, M., Panjepour, M., Kingston, A., & Sheppard, A. P. (2014). The effects of manufacturing parameters on geometrical and mechanical properties of copper foams produced by space holder technique. Materials and Design, 53, 681-690.
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2013 Parvanian, A. M., & Panjepour, M. (2013). Mechanical behavior improvement of open-pore copper foams synthesized through space holder technique. Materials and Design, 49, 834-841.
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2013 Parvanian, A. M. (2013). Development of Open Pore Copper Foams to Use as Bipolar Plates in Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell Stacks. Iranica Journal of Energy & Environment.
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