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Kurosh Darvish, Ph.D.
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1. Name and Academic Rank:
Kurosh Darvish, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Full-time
2. Degrees with Fields, Institution and Date:
B.S. Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, Mechanical Engineering, 1991
M.S. Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, Biomedical Engineering, Biomechanics, 1994
Ph.D. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Biomechanics, 2000
Initial appointment: August 2005, Assistant Professor
1994 – 1995 Graduate Research Assistant , Sharif University of Technology. Bone Biomechanics.
1996 Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Materials & Civil Engineering, University of Illinois. Fracture Mechanics.
1995 – 1996 Instructor , Sharif University of Technology. Statics and Strength of Materials.
1996 – 1999 Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Mechanical Engineering , University of Virginia. Brain Biomechanics.
2000 Research Associate, Department of Mechanical Engineering , University of Virginia. Computational Biomechanics.
2000 – 2005 Research Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Virginia.
No patents or copyrights or consulting.
Selected from 26 peer-reviewed full papers.
Darvish, K., Shafieian, M., & Rehman, S. (2009). The Effect of Tip Geometry on the Mechanical Performance of Unused and Reprocessed. Journal of
Engineering in Medicine, 223 (5), 625-35.
Shafieian, M., Darvish, K., & Stone, J. R. (2009). Changes to the Viscoelastic Properties of Brain Tissue after Traumatic Axonal. Journal of
Biomechanics, 42 (13), 2136-2142.
Darvish, K. (2009). Comparison between the Dynamic Moduli of Fully Nonlinear and Quasilinear Viscoelastic Materials. International Journal of
Non-Linear Mechanics, 44 (2), 239-243.
Darvish, K., Shafieian, M., Romanov, V., Rotella, V., Salvatore Jr., M. D. , Blebea, J., (2009). Development of an In vitro Porcine Aorta Model to
Study the Stability of Stent Grafts in Motor Vehicle Accidents. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, 131 (4), 044505:1-4.
Untaroiu, C., Darvish, K., Crandall, J., Deng, B., & Wang, J. T. (2005). A Finite Element Model of the Lower Limb for Simulating Pedestrian
Impacts. The Stapp Car Crash Journal, 49, 157-181.
ASME (1996-date), Member
2007: Summer Faculty Award at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base AFRL/HE, American Society for Engineering Education.
Mechanical Engineering Department Committees: Graduate Committee (2009-10), PhD Qualifying Exams Committee (2009-10).
College of Engineering Committees: Collegial Assembly ViceChair (2009-10), Collegial Assembly Secretary (2010-11).
University Committees: Research Advisory Committee for Temple Sponsored Research Programs (2009-10).
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