Mohammad Rahimi-Gorji has received his degrees in Bobol Noshirvani University of Technology and Iran University of Science and Technology. He is working in Experimental Surgery Lab- Department of Surgery and Biofluid, Tissue and Solid Mechanics for Medical Applications Lab, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium. He is a Biomedical and Mechanical Engineer with specializing in experimental and computational Fluid analysis and has strong knowledge of Cancer and Tumor Research, Targeted Drug Delivery, IntraPritoneal Drug Delivery, Chemotherapy, Fluid Mechanics specially Respiratory fluid mechanics and Nanofluids and applying computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation in a wide range of mechanical and biomedical engineering projects. He has published some valuable papers in prestigious ISI journals.
Mohammad Rahimi-Gorji's research interests include Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) / Numerical Simulation; Biomedical Engineering /Cancer and Tumor Reserach/ Targeted Drug Delivery / Aerosol Deposition in Human Respiratory System; Heat Transfer & Thermodynamics / Energy Management / Efficiency; Fluid Mechanics / Nano-fluids; Optimization; Analytical Methods / Nonlinear Mechanics / Approximation Solution.