Kiana Naghibzadeh

Kiana Naghibzadeh is a School of Engineering Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellow whose research explores the mechanical behavior of natural and architected materials using a combination of theoretical, computational, and experimental approaches. In her doctoral work, she focused on developing multiphysics models to study the dynamics of growth in evolving systems motivated by applications in 3D printing, glacial ablation (a primary driver of sea-level rise), and failure in batteries. As a postdoc, she will continue developing more realistic models and conducting basic experiments to study, predict, and understand the physics of real-world problems in the fields of biomechanics and advanced manufacturing.



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