Prof. Barzin Mobasher


Arizona State University

Barzin Mobasher is a professor of civil and environmental engineering faculty in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment at Arizona State University. He joined ASU in 1991. Mobasher has more than 20 years of research experience through contracts and grants with national and international organizations including NSF, FAA, DOT and a variety of industrial entities. He has published more than 80 papers in various journals, and conference proceedings and delivered more than 120 technical presentations worldwide. Mobasher is responsible for a broad and interdisciplinary research program dealing with theoretical and experimental mechanics of solids. The current emphasis is on development of new construction materials and processes for their manufacture, analysis and design. Other areas of research and scholarly activities include active projects and collaborations in areas dealing with aerospace engine containment systems, biomechanics of refractive surgeries, steel structural systems, durability of building materials, transport properties of solids, fracture mechanics of composites, and composites for power delivery systems, performance-based specifications and various educational and service activities.