Associate Professor in Geotechnical Engineering
School of Engineering
University of Warwick
Coventry, CV4 7AL
+44 (0)24 76 522339
+44 (0)24 76 524560
Dr Rezania's main research interests are in computational geomechanics and soil testing; his current primary field of research is constitutive model development and numerical implementation, integrated theoretical, experimental and numerical modelling of natural soil's behaviour, laboratory element and meso-scale testing of soil and development of novel experimental solutions to understand and/or alter the hydraulic and mechanical behaviour of geomaterials.
Mohammad is always looking for high quality PhD students or collaborators to work with him on current or new research projects. Please directly contact him if interested.
There are currently 2 PhD positions available (fully funded for EU/UK students); directly contact for application enquiries.
- New PhD student, Bradley Sheridan, has joined Dr Rezania's laboratory.
- Publish in the Special Issue on 'Geo-energy and Geo-resources Modeling and Application' in Journal of Porous Media. Submissions are now open, until Jan 2018. Email for further info.
- The joint 2017 UKInterPore conference and PREFRAC workshop, held in Warwick, was a great success! For further infor click here.
- PhD student Alexander Hardcastle won the best presentation award at the InterPore conference, well done Alex!
- New PhD position on Characterising engineering performance of embankments (open PDF).
- The PREFRAC project in collaboration with Prof Ranjith of Monash University, has been successfully awarded by the Monash-Warwick Alliance Seed Fund.
- The application for geo-lab research equipment has been successfully accepted by the the University ARC panel.
- Submit abstract for the 3rd UK InterPore Conference on 3-4 Sep 2017, at University of Warwick.
- Call for special issue contribution:Submission is now open for the special issue on Uncertainty Quantification and Multiple Scale Methods in Porous Media. For further information email or go to the journal webpage.