Principal Investigator

Ahmad Shakibaeinia, PhD, Eng

Associate Professor,

Chairholder, Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Computational Hydrosystems.

Department of Civil, Geological and Mining Engineering, Polytechnique Montreal

B431.4.4 Pavillon principal
2500, chemin de Polytechnique
Montreal (Quebec). H3T 1J4
Department webpage <Link>
Email  ahmad.shakibaeinia [ AT ]
Email (514) 340-4711  Ext. 3927

Current members

Abdelkader Krimi (Postdoctoral Fellow)

Research topic: A robust and high-performance particle method for multiphase flows  

Faroogh Garoosi  (Doctoral)

Research topic: Mesh-free particle modeling of gas-liquid multiphase flows  

Mojtaba Jandaghian (Doctoral)

Research topic: A particle method for multiphase granular flows and sediment dynamics  

Andrea Mellado    (Master's)

Research topic: Fully Lagrangian hybrid DEM-MPS for modelling of ice dynamics  

Maryam Shademani (Master's)

Research topic: CFD-DEM modelling of multiphase granular flows  

Saeed Tavakoli  (Doctoral)

Research topic: A fully- Lagrangian fluid-structure-interaction (FSI) model  

Herman Musumari (Doctoral)

Research topic: Mesh-free particle modelling of Newtonian & non-Newtonian flash floods  

Mahyar Talebi   (Doctoral)

Research topic: Mesh-free continuum-based modelling of ice dynamics  

Hamza Ousoukhman (Master's)

Research topic: An integrated modeling framework, for real-time flood impact modelling  

Farnaz Samsamipour  (Master's)

Research topic: River ice flow estimation from space  

Maryam Taherparvar


Research topic: Numerical modelling of tailing spill in Athabasca River  

ClĂ©ment Billy    (Master's)

Research topic: Lagrangian modelling of ice-structure interaction  

Past members

Graduate students:

Undergraduate students:

Other past members:

Prospective members

Future students: We welcome talented students,  who share our interests (see our research interests). If your background and interests coincide with those of our research group, and if you are convinced that you wish to pursue a graduate degree in our group, please fill and upload your documents in this online form (instead of sending an email). This form has been designed to reduce bias in recruitment. Due to the large number of requests that we receive, unfortunately, we are only able to respond to the selected candidates.
Students who are holding (or preparing an application for)  external funding, are especially encouraged to apply.

Future postdoctoral fellows and visiting researchers: Our research group is a great place to learn and develop your professional and research skills especially if you can come with your own funding. (See right for some external funding opportunities).

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: We are committed to equality, diversity, and inclusion in our group, so we encourage applications and partnerships from all underrepresented groups including visible minorities, women, indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, and persons of any gender identity.

About Polytechnique Montreal:  Polytechnique Montreal is the affiliated engineering school of the University of Montreal (in Montreal, Quebec, Canada). Together with the University of Montreal, it has the world rank of 73 to the Times Higher Education Rankings (2021). Polytechnique is also one of the top 3 largest engineering schools in Canada and ranks first in Canada for the scope of its engineering research. Its campus is located on Mont Royal, at the heart of Montreal (Quebec, Canada), the best city in the world to be a university student according to the QS World University Rankings.

Language of study:  Do not let the language barrier stop you from studying in one of the best-ranked engineering schools in Canada. Although Polytechnique Montreal is a French-language university, graduate students are allowed to study and write their thesis in English. They also allowed taking their courses in English-Language Universities located in Montreal.

Advertised positions

No new advertised position is available at this moment. Students with external funding are welcome to apply.

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