Ali Ahrari received his Bachelor and Master degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Tehran in 2006 and 2009, respectively. He received his PhD in mechanical engineering from Michigan State University (MSU) in 2016, and subsequently worked as a research associate at MSU until June 2018. He has received 2012 Richard H. Brown – ME Endowment Award and Graduate Office Fellowships. He has won a few recent competitions on optimisation such as CEC'2016 and GECCO'2016 competition on niching method for multimodal optimisation and ISCSO 2017 competition on structural optimisation. Since July 2018, he is working at UNSW-Canberra as a research associate.
ISO 9001:2000 Internal Auditor Course Certificate
Richard H. Brown – Mechanical Engineering Endowment Award
Graduate Office Fellowship (This fellowship was awarded multiple times)
Winner of GECCO2016, CEC2016 and GECCO2017 competitions on multimodal optimization
Passed FE/EIT exam (Mechanical) in the state of Michigan
Winner of the 2017 ISCSO and 2018 ISCSO student competitions on structural optimization.
Engineering design by optimisation