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Dr Soroush Abolfathi

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Dr Soroush Abolfathi

Assistant Professor 

Co-Lead, Global Research Priorities (GRPs) in Sustainable Cities

Soroush dot Abolfathi at warwick dot ac dot uk
+44 (0) 24 7652 2923

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Biography

Soroush is an assistant professor in Water and Environmental Engineering at the School of Engineering and a member of Warwick Centre for Predictive Modelling.

2004 – 2008 BEng in Civil Engineering

2009 – 2011 MSc in Civil Engineering (Coastal and Offshore Engineering)

2012 – 2016 PhD in Coastal Engineering (Victoria Fernandes Fellowship, Warwick)

Thesis: Nearshore Mixing due to the effects of Waves and Currents

Research Interests

Pollution transport in the environment (solute and microplastics)

Resilient infrastructures to natural hazards, climate change and flooding

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    Other Responsibilities

    Soroush is currently chair of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) for Coventry and Warwickshire branch and serves as a member (Vice-Chair) of the UK Leadership Team for International Association of Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research (IAHR).

    Opportunities

    PhDs: I am currently looking to take on PhD students. Applicants should have an engineering background (Fluid Dynamics) with a strong mathematical component. Familiarity with computing and numerical analysis would be advantageous. For further details, please contact me.

    Current Post Doctoral Positions:

    I am currently looking to recruit Postdoctoral Research Fellows. Applicants should have an engineering background (Fluid Dynamics) with a strong mathematical component. Familiarity with computing and numerical analysis would be advantageous. For further details, please send me your CV before the end of July 2022.

    Current PhD Positions:

    Particle mixing in dynamic microscopic waterscapes: Implications for microbial ecology

    https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/eng/postgraduate/phdm/project/sa 

     

     

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