Dr. Kavan Hazeli Assistant Professor, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Department Biography Dr. Hazeli research aims at designing, testing, and optimizing mechanical properties of multifunctional materials for high temperature, fatigue, and impact application. In our lab, we use combined experimental and modeling techniques to map processing-microstructure-property relationships in multifunctional materials made of superalloys and refractory materials with macroscopic and microscopic hierarchical structures e.g., lattice structures. We investigate how damage initiates and transmits from the microstructure level to the structural element length scale. We use such information to delay the damage initiation process and thus improve mechanical behavior reliability by finding an optimized combination of microstructure and topology of the structural elements. The challenging and yet exciting part of it is that the combined effect of microstructure and structural topology is environment and material specific. Therefore, discovering an optimized balance between microstructure and geometry under different loading condition is essential for a successful design. Dr. Kavan Hazeli's Curriculum Vitae Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=FZeMfOMAAAAJ&hl=en Dr. Kavan Hazeli's Personal Webpage Education Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics, Drexel University, 2014 M.S., Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics, Drexel University, 2012 Classes Taught MAE 378 - Materials and Manufacturing Process MAE 471 Advanced Materials for Aerospace Structures MAE 778 Fracture Mechanics Affiliations UAH Pi Tau Sigma Chapter Honors & Awards National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award (2020) Outstanding Promise Doctoral Award, Department of Mechanical Engineering & Mechanics, Drexel University 2014 Doctoral Research Excellence Award, College of Engineering, Drexel University 2013 Golden Key International Honor Society 2011 – 2013 Teaching Excellence Award, College of Engineering, Drexel University 2012 Engineering Design Education Fellowship, College of Engineering, Drexel University 2013 Teaching Excellence Award, College of Engineering, Drexel University 2012 Golden Key International Honor Society 2011 – 2013 Dean Fellowship, College of Engineering, Drexel University Publications Babamiri, B. B., Barnes, B., Tehrani, A., Shamsaei, N., & Hazeli, K. (2021). Synchronous involvement of topology and microstructure to design additively manufactured lattice structures. Journal: Additive Manufacturing. Indeck, J., Demeneghi, G., Mayeur, J., Williams, C., & Hazeli, K. (2020). Influence of reversible and non-reversible fatigue on the microstructure and mechanical property evolution of 7075-t6 aluminum alloy.Journal: International Journal of Fatigue Babamiri, B. B., Indeck, J., Demeneghi, G., Cuadra, J., & Hazeli, K. (2020). Quantification of porosity and microstructure and their effect on quasi-static and dynamic behavior of additively manufactured inconel 718. Journal: Additive Manufacturing Babamiri, B. B., Askari, H., & Hazeli, K. (2020). Deformation mechanisms and post-yielding behavior of additively manufactured lattice structures. Journal Materials & Design Hazeli, K., Babamiri, B. B., Indeck, J., Minor, A., & Askari, H. (2019). Microstructure-topology relationship effects on the quasi-static and dynamic behavior of additively manufactured lattice structures. Journal: Materials & Design Indeck, J., Cuadra, J., Williams, C., & Hazeli, K. (2019). Accumulation and evolution of elastically induced defects under cyclic loading: quantification and subsequent properties. Journal: International Journal of Fatigue Hogan, J. D., Kimberley, J., Hazeli, K. , Plescia, J., & Ramesh, K. (2015). Dynamic behavior of an ordinary chondrite: the e_ects of microstructure on strength, failure and fragmentation. Icarus, 260, 308-319. Hazeli, K., Askari, H., Cuadra, J., Streller, F., Carpick, R., Zbib, H., & Kontsos, A. (2015). Microstructure-sensitive investigation of magnesium alloy fatigue. International Journal of Plasticity, 68, 55-76. Hazeli, K., Cuadra, J., Streller, F., Barr, C., Taheri, M., Carpick, R., & Kontsos, A. (2015). Three-dimensional e_ects of twinning in magnesium alloys. Scripta Materialia, 100, 9-12. Hazeli, K., Sadeghi, A., Pekguleryuz, M., & Kontsos, A. (2014). Damping and dynamic recovery in magnesium alloys containing strontium. Materials Science and Engineering: A, 589, 275-279. Hazeli, K., Sadeghi, A., Pekguleryuz, M., & Kontsos, A. (2013). The effect of strontium in plasticity of magnesium alloys. Materials Science and Engineering: A, 578, 383-393. Hazeli, K., Cuadra, J., Vanniamparambil, P., & Kontsos, A. (2013). In situ identification of twin-related bands near yielding in a magnesium alloy. Scripta Materialia, 68 (1), 83-86. Cuadra, J., Vanniamparambil, P. A., Hazeli, K. , Bartoli, I., & Kontsos, A. (2013). Damage quantitation in polymer composites using a hybrid NDT approach. Composites Science and Technology, 83, 11-21. Vanniamparambil, P. A., Bartoli, I., Hazeli, K. , Cuadra, J., Schwartz, E., Saralaya, R., & Kontsos, A. (2012b). An integrated structural health monitoring approach for crack growth monitoring. Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures , 23 (14), 1563-1573. Zhang, Q., Mochalin, V. N., Neitzel, I., Hazeli, K. , Niu, J., Kontsos, A., & Gogotsi, Y. (2012). Mechanical properties and biomineralization of multifunctional nanodiamond-PLLA composites for bone tissue engineering. Biomaterials, 33 (20), 5067-5075.