Dr Nima Haghdadi
Lecturer

Dr Nima Haghdadi

  • Ph.D., Institute for Frontier Materials, Deakin University, VIC, Australia (2014 - 2017)
  • M.Sc., University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran ( 2010 -  2013)
Science
School of Materials Science & Engineering

I am a lecturer in the School of Materials Science & Engineering. I was awarded my PhD in 2017 from Deakin University (Australia), for a thesis on thermo-mechanical processing of duplex stainless steels. I am a former Victoria Fellow and Alfred Deakin Research Fellow, and recipient of Thermo Fisher Scientific Cowley-Moodie award for an outstanding contribution to physical sciences using Electron Microscopy in Australia (2018). In the last six years I have also been a visiting scientist at The University of British Columbia and McGill University in Canada, Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH in Germany and TU-Vienna in Austria. I am currently the lead researcher of the UNSW-based team of our AUSMURI project on the role of interfaces during additive manufacturing.

Phone
+61 2 9065 3635
Location
Room 323.21, Hilmer Building (E10) Kensington, New South Wales, 2052 Australia
  • Journal articles | 2022
    Laleh M; Haghdadi N; Hughes AE; Primig S; Tan MYJ, 2022, 'Enhancing the repassivation ability and localised corrosion resistance of an additively manufactured duplex stainless steel by post-processing heat treatment', Corrosion Science, vol. 198, pp. 110106 - 110106, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.corsci.2022.110106
    Journal articles | 2022
    Wang H; Chao Q; Cui XY; Chen ZB; Breen AJ; Cabral M; Haghdadi N; Huang QW; Niu RM; Chen HS; Lim B; Primig S; Brandt M; Xu W; Ringer SP; Liao XZ, 2022, 'Introducing C phase in additively manufactured Ti-6Al-4V: A new oxygen-stabilized face-centred cubic solid solution with improved mechanical properties', Materials Today, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.mattod.2022.10.026

  • Victoria Fellowship, Victoria’s Government financial support for a study mission in a world-class overseas laboratory (2018)
  • Cowley-Moodie award, for an outstanding contribution to Physical Sciences through electron microscopy (2018)
  • Alfred Deakin Postdoctoral Research Fellowship (2018)
  • Finalist for the “Victoria’s International Student of the Year” recognized by Victoria’s Government (2017)
  • Acta Materialia Student Award (2017)
  • Runner-up in the competition for the Philosophical Magazine’s James Clerk Maxwell Writers Prize (2017)
  • Finalist for the Alfred Deakin Medal for the best doctoral thesis with significant research impact, Deakin University (2017)
  • Graduate Dean's Entrance Scholarship, College of graduate studies, The University of British Columbia (2013)
  • University Graduate Fellowship, College of graduate studies, The University of British Columbia (2013)
  • Best Masters Student Research Award, School of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering, University of Tehran (2012)
  • Institute for Frontier Materials’ early career research (ECR) award to attend THERMEC conference in Paris, France (2018)
  • Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Society’s Award to attend IMC19 conference in Sydney (2018)
  • Institute for Frontier Materials’ Publication Scholarship (2017)
  • Best Student Research Award in the 6th International Conference on Recrystallization and Grain Growth (ReX&GG 2016), Pittsburgh, USA (2016)
  • Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Society’s bursary to attend ACMM24 conference in Melbourne (2016)
  • Institute for Frontier Materials’ Travel Award to undertake research at McGill University (2016)

Additive manufacturing; Thermomechanical processing; Phase transformations in metallic materials; Grain boundary and interface engineering; Wear resistance of metallic materials; High Entropy Alloys

See http://www.engineeringmicrostructures.com  and  https://www.3dadditive.com.au

Materials Australia Councillor of NSW (2020- ongoing)

Deakin’s representative in the Materials Australia Victoria Council (2016)

Australian Microscopy & Microanalysis Society

VESKI

My Teaching

  • MATS6101 (Thermodynamics and Phase Equilibria)
  • Metallurgy for the Non-Metallurgist for Materials Australia NSW