Reza Jazar

RMIT University, Australia

Reza Jazar is a Professor of mechanical engineering, receiving his M.S. degree from Tehran Polytechnic, Iran, in 1990, specializing in robotics. In 1997, he acquired his Ph.D. from Sharif Institute of Technology, Iran, in nonlinear dynamics and applied mathematics. He is a specialist in classical and nonlinear dynamic systems and has extensive experience in the field of vehicle dynamics and mathematical modeling. He has worked in several universities worldwide, and through his years of work experience, he has formulated many theorems, innovative ideas, and discoveries in classical dynamics, robotics, control, and nonlinear vibrations. Razi acceleration, theory of time derivative, order-Free transformations, caster theory, autodriver algorithm, floating-time method, energy-rate method, and RMS optimization method are some of his discoveries and innovative ideas. He has authored 10 books all among the most prestigious publications in their fields. His vehicle dynamics has been adopted by more than 50 universities worldwide. He has written over 200 scientific papers and technical reports.

Biography Updated on 20 February 2014

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