S. H. Ebrahimnazhad Rahbari
I am a Research Fellow at Korea Institute for Advanced Study. I work on a wide range of topics in statistical physics of far-from equilibrium systems.
I conduct research on various aspects of non-equilibrium statistical physics, particularly yielding transition of dry and wet granular materials, morphology of self-assemblies, (explosive) percolation, and surface growth. To this end, I use a combination of self-developed large scale molecular-dynamics-type simulations and Monte-Carlo schemes. To validate my numerical observations, I use scaling arguments and dimensional analysis.
A brief list of current projects includes:
1) Entropy production in granular materials
2) Mechanisms of negative entropy production in granular flows
3) Symmetric properties of fluctuations in granular flows
4) Dynamics of granular particles with internal degrees of freedom
5) Explosive percolation and surface growth
Education:PhD in Physics (2009) from the Max-Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization, Goettingen, Germany Supervisors: Prof. Stephan Herminghaus, Prof. Juergen Vollmer, Dr. Martin Brinkmann
MSc in Theoretical Physics (2005) from the Tehran UniversitySupervisors: Prof. Mohammad Nouri-Zonoz, Prof. Sohrab Rahvar.
Employment:Korea Institute for Advanced Study, Research Fellow, 2015-date. Aazarbaijan University, Assistant Professor, 2010-2015. Max-Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-organization, Postdoctoral Fellow, 2009.
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