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Dr. Malek Mohammad Ranjbar | Nanocomputing Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Malek Mohammad Ranjbar,  University of Guilan,  Iran

Malek Mohammad Ranjbar, born in 1958, is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering, University of Guilan. He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from Khaje Nasiredin Toosi University in 1984, followed by a Master of Science from Tarbiat Modaress University in 1989. In 1998, he earned his PhD from the University of Manchester. Ranjbar’s expertise lies in civil engineering, with a focus on areas such as structural analysis and design. He has contributed significantly to research and academic endeavors in his field

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📚 Education:

  • Malek Mohammad Ranjbar’s academic journey began with a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Khaje Nasiredin Toosi University in 1984, laying the foundation for his illustrious career in the field. Continuing his pursuit of knowledge, he furthered his education with a Master’s degree from Tarbiat Modaress University in 1989, honing his expertise in specialized areas of civil engineering. Driven by a thirst for deeper understanding and scholarly achievement, Ranjbar embarked on a transformative academic endeavor, earning his Ph.D. from the prestigious University of Manchester in 1998. This milestone marked the culmination of his academic pursuits, solidifying his status as a distinguished scholar and practitioner in the field. With each degree representing a significant milestone in his academic journey, Ranjbar’s educational achievements serve as a testament to his dedication, passion, and commitment to advancing the field of civil engineering

👨‍🏫 Current Position:

Malek Mohammad Ranjbar currently holds the position of Associate Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering, University of Guilan. With a distinguished career spanning several decades, Ranjbar has established himself as a prominent figure in the field of civil engineering. His expertise encompasses a wide range of areas within the discipline, including structural engineering, transportation engineering, and construction management. Ranjbar’s dedication to education and research is evident through his commitment to mentoring students and conducting groundbreaking research projects. As an Associate Professor, he plays a pivotal role in shaping the next generation of engineers while contributing significantly to the advancement of civil engineering knowledge through his scholarly endeavors.

Publication Top Notes:

  1. Microstructure and durability properties of cement mortars containing nano-TiO2 and rice husk ash
    • Published in: Constr. Build. Mater
    • Cited by: 230
  2. Mechanical properties and durability assessment of rice husk ash concrete 
    • Published in: Biosystems engineering
    • Cited by: 188
  3. An investigation on the fresh properties of self-compacted lightweight concrete containing expanded polystyrene 
    • Published in: Construction and Building Materials
    • Cited by: 169
  4. Assessment of factors influencing mechanical properties of steel fiber reinforced self-compacting concrete
    • Published in: Materials & Design
    • Cited by: 141
  5. Effects of natural zeolite on the fresh and hardened properties of self-compacted concrete 
    • Published in: Construction and Building Materials
    • Cited by: 129

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Malek Mohammad Ranjbar | Nanocomputing Award | Best Researcher Award

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