Welcome to the website of Amir A. Aliabadi. Our group, Atmospheric Innovations Research (AIR) Laboratory, has a passion for applications of thermo-fluids in buildings and the environment. An understanding of single and multi-phase fluid mechanics, heat, and mass transfer phenomena finds many great applications in green building design, ventilation systems, renewable energy technologies, co-generation, indoor and outdoor air quality, climate change, and much more. We provide practical solutions for engineering problems that involve the study of thermo-fluid systems. We are specialized in analytical methods, simulations, and experiments and aim to integrate relevant research in universities, institutes, laboratories, and industries across multiple disciplines and around the world. We foster collaborations among students, researchers, and professionals in a variety of research projects. We hope you have a pleasant visit here and please contact us with any inquiries.
The Atmospheric Innovations Research (AIR) Laboratory has engineered a micro-climate monitoring system to measure properties of the atmosphere as well as the earth surface temperature. The system is called the Tethered And Navigated Air Blimp 2 (TANAB2)
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About Amir A. Aliabadi, Ph.D., P.Eng.
2016-Pres: Assistant Professor, Environmental Engineering, U of Guelph, Guelph 2015-2016: Research Associate, Architecture, MIT, Cambridge 2013-2015: PDF, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Toronto 2012-2013: Research Associate, Chemistry, U of British Columbia, Vancouver 2008-2012: Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, U of British Columbia, Vancouver 2006-2008: M.A.Sc. Mechanical Engineering, U of Toronto, Toronto 2004-2005: Coop Project Engineer, MDA Space Missions Inc., Brampton 2001-2006: B.A.Sc. Mechanical Engineering, U of Toronto, Toronto 1999-2000: Aerospace Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran 1995-1999: Diploma in Mathematics and Physics, Alborz High School, Tehran