Kamran Kardel, Ph.D.
Department of Manufacturing Engineering
Office: IT 3114
Ph.D., Industrial and Systems Engineering, Auburn University, 2016
M.E., Industrial and Systems Engineering, Auburn University, 2013
M.S., Soci-economic Systems Engineering, Mazandaran University of Science & Technology, 2008
B.S, Industrial Engineering, Iran University of Science & Technology, 2003
Dr. Kardel’s research interests include additive manufacturing processes and its applications in Biosystems and scaffolding, as well as surface metrology and engineering, and mechanical properties of 3D-printed polymers. His interests also include sustainable design and manufacturing for bioenergy production processes and cyber-physical systems design. Please visit his laboratory website.
Kardel, K., Ghaednia, H., Carrano, A.L. and Marghitu, D. (2017) “Theoretical and experimental modeling of behavior of 3D printed materials under collision”. Additive Manufacturing Journal, 14, 87-94.
Blersch, D.M. Kardel, K. Carrano, A.L. (2016) “Customizing 3D-printed surface topography to govern species attachment preferences in a fresh water periphyton community”. Algal Research, 21, 52-57.
Kardel, K. Carrano, A.L. Blersch, D.M and Kaur, M. (2015) “Preliminary development of 3D printed custom substrata for benthic algal biofilms”. 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing. 2(1):12-19.
Ghaednia, H., Cermik, O., Marghitu, D. B., & Kardel, K. (2017). “Collision Measurements Using Digital Image Correlation Techniques”. International Journal of Mechanical Sciences.
Last updated: 11/20/2019