Associate Professor Aminossadati has gained international recognition for his work on thermofluids, thermal performance of nanofluids, mine ventilation and fibre-optic sensing. He has established the first Heat, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Laboratory and the first Fibre-optic Sensing Application Laboratory (FOSAL) at The University of Queensland.
Associate Professor Aminossadati completed BEng in 1989, MEng in 1994 and PhD in 1999 in the field of Mechanical Engineering. He now puts his expertise to use as an educator and researcher in the School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering of the University of Queensland. He has more than 21 years of academic and industry experience and published more than 150 highly ranked Journal and conference papers.
Senior Fellowship, Higher Education Academy, 2017
GC in Higher Education, UQ, Australia, 2009
PhD (Mech. Eng.), UQ, Australia, 1999
MEng (Mech. Eng.), UQ, Australia, 1994
BEng (Mech. Eng, IUT, Iran, 1989
2018-Present, Associate Professor, UQ, Australia
2017-2018, Visiting Academic, McGill Uni., Canada
2012-2017, Senior Lecturer, UQ, Australia
2006- 2012, Lecturer, UQ, Australia
2005-2006, Teaching Assistant, UQ, Australia
1999-2005, Assistant Professor, SKU, Iran