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Esmaeil Narimissa

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    20122021

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    Esmaeil Narimissa is Technion Assist. Professor of Chemical Engineering at the Guangdong Technion Israel Institute of Technology. He received his BEng from Monash University, and his PhD in Chemical Engineering from RMIT University, Australia (2014).  Dr Narimissa began his Postdoctoral Fellowship in the field of Polymer Physics/Engineering in 2014 at Technical University of Berlin under the supervision of the distinguished Professor Manfred H. Wagner, where they developed a set of novel constitutive equations in Polymer Rheology; i.e. Hierarchical Multi-mode Molecular Stress Function (HMMSF) model, to predict the shear and extensional flow behaviours of Linear and Long-Chain Branched (LCB) polymer melts. His research findings have been published in top Fluid Mechanics and Polymer journals: Journal of Rheology, Rheologica Acta, Polymer etc. His current research is on the study of fracture in extensional flow of well-characterised polymers with different architecture, and polydispersity, as well as the fabrication and rheological quantification of self-exfoliating nanocomposites.

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    • Rheological Modelling of Polymeric Melts Through Constitutive Equations 

    • Fabrication and Rheological Characterization of Self-Exfoliating Polymer Nanocomposites

    • Study of Failure in Polymeric Melts Under Uniaxial Extensional Deformation

    • Processing and Characterization of Well-Dispersed Polymer Nanocomposites

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