Milad Bazli

Senior Lecturer

Registered to supervise postgraduate research

20162024

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Dr. Milad Bazli is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Science and Technology. He also holds an Honorary Fellow position at The School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering of The University of Queensland.

His current research focuses on advanced composites manufacturing and their durability performance, and sustainable construction materials. 

Dr. Bazli received his PhD from Monash University. He finished his PhD in 2.4 years and received the prestigious Mollie Holman Medal Nominee award (Best PhD Thesis) from the Civil Engineering Department of Monash University. 

Before Joining CDU, Dr. Bazli was a Postdoctoral Research fellow at The University Of Queensland, a Postdoctoral Research Assistant at Monash University, and a visiting research scholar at Tsinghua and Tongji Universities.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Mechanical and microstructural properties of different FRP composites under various environmental conditions, Monash University

26 Feb 201824 Jun 2020

Award Date: 30 Sept 2020

Master, Sharif University of Technology

1 Sept 201630 Aug 2018

Award Date: 30 Aug 2018

External positions

Honorary Fellow, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

1 Aug 2021 → …

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

1 Feb 20211 Aug 2021

Research Assistant , Monash University

1 Sept 20201 Feb 2021

Visiting Research Scholar, Tongji University

1 Nov 20191 Feb 2020

Visiting Research Scholar, Tsinghua University

1 Nov 20191 Feb 2020

Teaching Assistant, Monash University

1 Aug 20181 Feb 2021

Research Assistant, Sharif University of Technology

1 Sept 20171 Sept 2018

Teaching Assistant , Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University

1 Sept 20161 Feb 2018

Research Assistant , Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University

1 Aug 20161 Feb 2018

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