Virtual Conference: November 1 – 5, 2021
Dr. Seyedhamidreza Alaie is an assistant professor at New Mexico State University. Previously, he was a postdoctoral associate at the medical college of Cornell University, and an adjunct lecturer in the college of technologies of The City University of New York. He received his Ph.D. in engineering from the University of New Mexico. His dissertation focused on nanofabrication of phononic crystals and characterizing them on microdevices. He also holds master’s degrees in optical science and mechanical engineering. He is a recipient of the Trailblazer award from the National Institute of Health.
His research has involved integration of various fabrication technologies such as lithography, vacuum bagging, and additive manufacturing, with applications to medical implants. His current research interests are applications of machine learning in design and fabrication of miniaturized systems, microfabrication of polymeric systems, and advanced manufacturing of medical implants. His research has resulted in over 20 articles published in prestigious journals such as Nature Communications, Nature Biomedical Engineering, Advanced Functional Materials, and ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces.