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Naeim Ghavidelnia, M.Sc.

Naeim Ghavidelnia


Naeim's research in the last years has focused on designing and analyzing different types of mechanical metamaterials. He has developed theoretical solutions for the mechanical response of AM lattice structures with different structural topologies. The main aim of his research during the last years was to obtain the appropriate micro-structural designs for having mechanical metamaterials that can provide the required static mechanical properties for biomedical applications of lattice mechanical metamaterials. He has developed a conversion technique to improve the accuracy of analytical relationships for mechanical properties of strut-base lattice mechanical metamaterials. Moreover, he has developed graded meta-implants for human femur bone to enhance the stress-strain and micromotion distribution in hip implants.

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Naeim is a first-year doctoral researcher at the Cluster of Excellence Living, Adaptive and Energy-autonomous Materials Systems (livMatS). His doctoral research investigates the self-sealing ability of programmable mechanical metamaterials by orchestrating chemical and mechanical mechanisms and processes as basis for self-healing.


Ghavidelnia, N., Hedayati, R., Sadighi, M., & Mohammadi-Aghdam, M. (2020). Development of porous implants with non-uniform mechanical properties distribution based on CT images. Applied Mathematical Modelling.

Ghavidelnia, N.; Bodaghi, M.; Hedayati, R. Femur Auxetic Meta-Implants with Tuned Micromotion Distribution. Materials 2021, 14, 114.

Ghavidelnia, N., Jedari Salami, S., & Hedayati, R. (2020). Analytical relationships for yield stress of five mechanical meta-biomaterials. Mechanics Based Design of Structures and Machines, 1-23.


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