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Dr Mohammad Rezania

Associate Professor in Geotechnical Engineering
Contact Details

Room F334
School of Engineering
University of Warwick
Coventry, CV4 7AL

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Current Research

Dr Rezania's main research interests are in computational geomechanics and soil testing; his current primary field of research is constitutive model development and numerical implementation, integrated theoretical, experimental and numerical modelling of natural soil's behaviour, laboratory element and meso-scale testing of soil and development of novel experimental solutions to understand and/or alter the hydraulic and mechanical behaviour of geomaterials.

Prospective Collaborators:

Mohammad is always looking for high quality PhD students or collaborators to work with him on current or new research projects. Please directly contact him if interested.

There are currently 1 PhD position available (fully funded for EU/UK students); directly contact for application enquiries. 

Latest News

September 2018.

  • Dr Rezania, Dr Liu @NGI and Dr Medina-Cetina @TAMU are organising the Mini-symposium on Machine Learningand Big Datain Geotechnics at the 3rd ICITG conference in GuimarĂ£es, Portugal in 2019 (open PDF).

August 2018.

  • Dr Rezania is awarded the International Scientist Fund from NSFC in collaboration with Southwest Jiaotong University.

May 2018.

  • PhD student, Meghdad Bagheri, has successfully passed his viva. Congrats Meghdad! (open LINK).

February 2018.

  • Our paper on Warwick tensiometer development has been published in J. of Geotechnical Research in Gold Open access (open LINK).

December 2017.

  • Two papers have been accepted for publication in Int. J. of Mechanical Sciences & J. of Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering.

November 2017.

  • New PhD position is available (open PDF).

October 2017.

  • New PhD student, Bradley Sheridan, has joined Dr Rezania's laboratory.
  • Publish in the Special Issue on 'Geo-energy and Geo-resources Modeling and Application' in Journal of Porous Media. Submissions are now open, until Jan 2018. Email for further info.

September 2017.

  • The joint 2017 UKInterPore conference and PREFRAC workshop, held in Warwick, was a great success! For further infor click here.
  • PhD student Alexander Hardcastle won the best presentation award at the InterPore conference, well done Alex!

June 2017.

  • New PhD position on Characterising engineering performance of embankments (open PDF).

May 2017.

  • The PREFRAC project in collaboration with Prof Ranjith of Monash University, has been successfully awarded by the Monash-Warwick Alliance Seed Fund.

Apr 2017.

  • The application for geo-lab research equipment has been successfully accepted by the the University ARC panel.

Feb 2017.

Jan 2017.