Hooman Mehdizadeh Rad

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20162022

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Hooman Mehdizadeh-Rad is a full-time Mechanical Engineering Lecturer and Course Coordinator of Master of Engineering at the College of Engineering, IT and Environment of Charles Darwin University. Hooman is the recipient of the "Young Mechanical Engineer of the Year" award and the "Sir George Julius Medal" of 2022 from Engineers Australia. Dr Mehdizadeh-Rad is Chartered in Mechanical Engineering and Project Management areas (CPEng, NER, MIEAus), and his research is multidisciplinary and focuses on heat mitigation in tropical cities, solar energy, designing HVAC systems and building energy simulation. Dr Mehdizadeh-Rad received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering and his PhD in the field of designing thin film solar cells. He has also set up the solar cell lab and fabricated the first NT organic solar cell in 2018 at Charles Darwin University. Hooman also received the "Early Career Researcher" award from the College of Engineering, IT and Environment in 2022. Dr Mehdizadeh-Rad has taught different Mechanical Engineering and Project Management units at the College of Engineering, IT and Environment of Charles Darwin University.

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