Dr. Alex Vadati

Dr. Ali Vahdati

Assistant Professor
Office: 4214 Ross Hall
Phone: 252-737-7779
E-mail: vahdatia18@ecu.edu

Teaching Interests

Dr. Vadati’s teaching interests are in the areas of biomedical engineering and mechanical engineering. Examples include: Nonlinear solid mechanics, biomechanics and mechanobiology, finite element analysis, computational modeling techniques, tissue engineering, cell mechanics, continuum mechanics and physiological systems and modeling.

Research Interests

Dr. Vadati’s research is highly interdisciplinary and utilizes multi-scale and multi-physics computational modeling techniques combined with experimental characterization and imaging of biological and advanced materials. His past research experience include design and analysis of novel medical devices while working for a Fortune 500 medical device company, and design and predictive modeling of personalized surgical techniques at the Cleveland Clinic, Ohio, and KU Leuven, Belgium.

Vadati Lab Website:  Multi-disciplinary Mechanics and Modeling Laboratory (M3L)

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