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chemical engineer

M. Reza Mehrabi, Iranian, American chemical engineer. Achievements include using parallel computers for modelling complex material processing systems; theoretical studies of growth of synthetic crystals for microelectronics and optoelectronics applications; research in directional solidification. David Koch fellow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1989-1990; recipient Xerox prize Princeton University, 1988.

Background

Mehrabi, M. Reza was born on May 27, 1964 in Tehran, Iran. Came to the United States 1982. Son of Hooshang and Mahin (Hamid) Mehrabi.

Education

Biosystems Engineering, Princeton University, 1988. Master of Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1990. Doctor of Philosophy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1994.

Career

Researcher, Princeton (New Jersey) U., 1986-1988; researcher, General Electric, Albany, New York, 1989; researcher, Chevron, Richmond, California, 1989.

Achievements

  • Achievements include using parallel computers for modelling complex material processing systems. Theoretical studies of growth of synthetic crystals for microelectronics and optoelectronics applications. Research in directional solidification.

Membership

Member American Institute Chemical Engineers (affiliate, Distinguished Service award 1988), Society Industrial Applied Mathematics, American Association Crystal Growth, Sigma Xi, Phi Beta Kappa, Tau Beta Pi.

Connections

Married Rachel Daughters of the Revolution Stern, 1993.

father:
Hooshang Mehrabi

mother:
Mahin (Hamid) Mehrabi

spouse:
Rachel Daughters of the Revolution Stern