Senior Lecturer, Director of Teaching and Learning (Engineering)
Areas of Expertise: Sensors, Advanced Materials, Micro/Nano-Fabrication, Computational Science, Nanotechnology
Mohammad Nasr Esfahani is a Senior Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering in the School of Physics, Engineering and Technology. His research interest is directed toward developing materials, devices and systems to solve engineering safety problems by advanced materials and innovative design. He is leading the Advanced Materials for Functional Safety research group to develop new approaches to improve system reliability and functional safety to prevent unexpected faults and develop a better operational performance. Mohammad is a member of the editorial board of Frontiers in Lab on a Chip Technologies. He is a Fellow of UK Higher Education Academy and a member of IEEE and IMechE institutions. His current research interests include functional safety and reliability of sensors, advanced materials and multiphysics design in energy-related technologies, and novel integrated systems for energy management. He published more than 50 peer reviewed journal articles, book chapters and conference papers.
More details of my research projects and outputs can be found at my homepage.
Publications information is available via the York Research Database.
Materials and Mechanics, First Year Engineering Programmes
Manufacturing and Fabrication, Second Year Engineering Programmes
Dr Nasr Esfahani welcomes enquiries regarding PhD research. Please send your CV to my email.