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Mahmoud Baniasadi, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Department of Manufacturing Engineering

Office: ERB 2055

Phone: 912-478-5920



Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, The University of Texas at Dallas, 2017

M.S., Biomedical Engineering, Amirkabir university of Technology, 2010

B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, 2004

Research Interests

Dr. Baniasadi’s research interests include fabrication and characterization of multi-functional materials and bio-inspired composites and their applications as sensor, energy storage, charge generator, and scaffolds in bioengineering, tissue engineering, drug delivery, textile engineering, etc.  He is also interested in automation and robotics and their applications in manufacturing, service robots, and autonomous vehicles.


M. Baniasadi, J. Huang, Z. Xu, S. Moreno, X. Yang, J. Chang, M. A. Quevedo-Lopez, M. Naraghi and M. Minary-Jolandan (2015). “High-Performance Coils and Yarns of Polymeric Piezoelectric Nanofibers.” ACS applied materials & interfaces 7(9): 5358-5366.

M. Baniasadi, and M. Minary-Jolandan (2015). “Alginate-Collagen Fibril Composite Hydrogel.” Materials 8(2): 799-814.

M. Baniasadi, Z. Xu, J. Cai, S. Daryadel, M. Quevedo-Lopez, M. Naraghi and M. Minary-Jolandan (2017). “Correlation of annealing temperature, morphology, and electro-mechanical properties of electrospun piezoelectric nanofibers.” Polymer.

M. Baniasadi, Z. Xu, L. Gandee, Y. Du, H. Lu, P. Zimmern and M. Minary-Jolandan (2014). “Nanoindentation of Pseudomonas aeruginosa bacterial biofilm using atomic force microscopy.” Materials Research Express 1(4): 045411.

M. Baniasadi, Z. Xu, S. Hong, M. Naraghi and M. Minary-Jolandan (2016). “Thermo-electromechanical Behavior of Piezoelectric Nanofibers.” ACS applied materials & interfaces 8(4): 2540-2551.

M. Baniasadi, Z. X., Salvador Moreno, Seyed Soheil Daryadel, Jizhe Cai, Mohammad Naraghi, Majid Minary-Jolandan (2017). “Effect of thermomechanical post-processing on chain orientation and crystallinity of electrospun P(VDF-TrFE) nanofibers.” Polymer.

Last updated: 9/16/2021