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dean , Engineering educator

Amir Mansour Miri, Iranian engineering educator, dean. Recipient Iranian Homajun medal, 1975, Bundesverdienstkreuz der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Federal Republic Germany, 1976.


Miri, Amir Mansour was born on July 2, 1935 in Ahwaz, Khousestan, Iran. Arrived in Germany, 1979. Son of Seid Mohsen and Jamileh (Fathi) Miri.


Diploma in engineering, University Hannover, Germany, 1960. Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering, University Karlsruhe, Germany, 1965.


Associate professor University Teheran, Iran, 1966-1972, full professor faculty engineering, 1972-1979, dean of students faculty engineering, 1967-1968, chairman department electrical engineering, 1968-1972, director Institute Electrical Engineering, 1971-1979, dean faculty engineering, 1972-1979. Senior researcher Institute Electrical Energy Systems & High-Voltage Technology University Karlsruhe, 1979-1984, honorary professor, since 1984. Member Iranian Electrotechnical Standards Committee, 1972-1979, president, 1978-1979.

Rector Polytechnic University Teheran, 1978-1979. Board member Doctor of Philosophy Foundation Superconductivity, University Karlsruhe, since 2000, Doctor of Philosophy Foundation Numerical Electromagnetic field calculation, since 1998. Member industrial chair on atmospheric icing of power network equipment University Quebec, Chicoutimi, since 1996.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Ausgleichvorgäuge in Elektroenergiesystemen (reference book), 2000. Contributor articles to professional journals.


Member International Council on Large Electric Systems (in French: Conseil International des Grands Réseaux Électriques, abbreviated CIGRÉ) (task force 23-03 since 1991), OPTIM (co-chairman and honorary chairman 2000, key speaker and honorary chairman 2002 conference), Short Circuit Currents Conference (science committee since 1992).


  • Other Interests

    Classical music, opera.


Married Irandokht Safi. 1 child, Raz.

Seid Mohsen Miri

Jamileh (Fathi) Miri

Irandokht Safi

Raz Miri