Roozbeh Sanaei

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==Contact Info==
==Contact Info==

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Contact Info

Roozbeh Sanaei (an artistic interpretation)
Roozbeh Sanaei (an artistic interpretation)
  • Roozbeh Sanaei
  • researcher
  • Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering Laboratory , Block E3A, #07-067 Engineering Drive 1, Singapore 117574

Phone: (65) 6516-5050

I work in the Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering Laboratory at National University of Singapore . I learned about OpenWetWare from http://imechanica.org, and I've joined to share information.

Education

  • PhD Student, Bioengineering Department, National University of Singapore
  • Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering Department, Iran University of Science and Technology

Research interests

  1. Protein Engineering
  2. Synthetic Biology
  3. Molecular Imaging

Publications

During Bsc Degree:

1. R. Sanaei, “Numerical study of a Nano-scale cutter with FEM/MM-QM Approach” , Nanoleters, Accepted for publication

2. S. M. Hasheminejad and R. Sanaei, “Ultrasonic Scattering by a Viscoelastic Fiber of Elliptic Cross-Section Suspended in a Viscous Fluid Medium,” Journal of Dispersion Science

3. S. M. Hasheminejad and R. Sanaei, “Effect of Fiber Ellipticity and Orientation on Dynamic Stress Concentrations in Porous-Reinforced Composites,” Computational Mechanics 4. S. M. Hasheminejad and R. Sanaei, “Acosutic Scattering by an elliptic cylindrical absorber,” Acoustica/Acta Acoustica

5. S. M. Hasheminejad and R. Sanaei, “Acoustic radiation force and torque on a solid elliptic cylinder,” Journal of Computational Acoustics

6. S. M. Hasheminejad and R. Sanaei, “Ultrasonic Scattering by a Spheroidal Suspension including dissipative effects” Journal of Dispersion Science

7. S. M. Hasheminejad and R. Sanaei, “Ultrasonic Scattering by a penetrable cylinder of Elliptic cross section suspended including viscous effects,” IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control



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