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Dr Hamed Keramati

Research Associate


Hamed Keramati received his master's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore, with a thesis titled "Design and development of MEMS rotary fans". Subsequently, he worked as a Research Associate at NTU on numerical simulation of the blood flow in the aorta.

Before starting his PhD study, as a Fluid Dynamics Engineer at Dyson, he performed numerical and experimental analyses of cyclonic separation. Hamed later started his PhD at the National University of Singapore (NUS) and worked on his thesis titled "An Investigation of the Blood Flow and the Vessel Displacement in the Aortic Dissection". His PhD research focused on the fluid-structure interaction simulation and Monte Carlo simulation of a reduced-order model of a dissected aorta. He successfully defended his thesis and joined CEMRG in 2021 as a Research Associate.

Hamed currently works on modelling the blood flow in the heart and particle tracking to optimise the design and calibration of the positron emission particle tracking (PEPT) imaging for the cardiac blood flow.