Dr Amin Paykani
PhD, FHEA, CEng, MIMechE

Dr Amin Paykani

Lecturer in Sustainable Propulsion Systems
Research Deputy - Centre for Intelligent Transport

Engineering 220, Mile End

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support hours:
Mondays 3pm-4pm & Thursdays 4pm-5pm
Expertise: Combustion engineering, Zero/low carbon fuels, low-order modelling, Machine learning, thermal management
Research Centre:
Affiliations: Fellow of The Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
Chartered Engineer (IMechE)
EPSRC Peer Review College Member
UKRI Talent Peer Review College Member

Brief Biography

Amin Paykani is a Lecturer in Sustainable Propulsion Systems in the School of Engineering and Materials Science (SEMS) at Queen Mary University of London. Prior to joining QMUL, he held academic positions at the University of Hertfordshire and ETH Zurich. Amin's research is primarily focused on studying low/zero-carbon energy vectors for the decarbonisation of transport. He is renowned for his work on the creation of low-order and machine learning-assisted surrogate models, which aim to reduce computational costs in the study of reactive systems. He has been the recipient of several funding grants from EPSRC and Royal Society. He is always looking for high-quality PhD students and postgraduate visitors. If you are interested in any of the topics/areas, please contact me for more details.