Alireza Mohammad Karim
Mohammad Karim, A.
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Alireza Mohammad Karim, Ph.D. University of Cambridge 2018-present Ph.D. Candidate, Engineering Research Topic: Aib(2)oxyntomodulin peptide molecular self-assembly, smart nanostructures toward long acting formulation for obesity and diabetes type 2 Supervisor: Professor Sir Mark E. Welland University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 2015-2018 Post-Doctoral Associate, Chemical Engineering Research Topic: Effect of Rheological Properties of non-Newtonian Liquids on Curtain Coating Stability Advisors: Professor Marcio S. Carvalho and Professor Lorraine F. Francis UCLA 2011-2015 Doctor of Philosophy, Aerospace Engineering Specialization: Fluid Mechanics Minor: Applied Mathematics Dissertation: Parametric Study of Liquid Contact Line Dynamics: Adhesion vs. Hydrodynamics Advisor: Professor H. Pirouz Kavehpour UCLA 2011-2014 Master of Science, Mechanical Engineering Caltech 2007-2008 Master of Science, Aerospace Engineering UCLA 2004-2007 Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering “summa cum laude” Latin Honors Caltech 2009-2011 Researcher, Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences Advisor: Professor Geoffrey A. Blake Research Topic: Numerical Study on Long-term/Short-term Variation of HDO/H2O Ratio in Earth Atmosphere