Nima Gerami Seresht
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Biography

Dr. Nima Gerami Seresht is a Senior Lecturer and Deputy Programme Leader for Level 4 Students in the Department of Mechanical and Construction Engineering at Northumbria University. Prior to joining Northumbria University, he served as a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Alberta, where he led a multi-disciplinary research project on Future Energy Systems as a collaboration between the departments of civil and environmental, mechanical, and computer engineering. In 2017, Dr. Gerami Seresht received his Ph.D. in Construction Engineering and Management from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Alberta, where his research was focused on the theory and applications artificial intelligence (AI) and simulation techniques for improving the performance of construction projects. Dr. Gerami Seresht’s research excellence has been recognized by several prestigious awards during his academic career and publication of several award-winning articles in renouned internaitonal journals.

Through the past 10 years, Dr. Gerami Seresht has been involved in several research projects, including improving the performance of oil and gas projects using AI and simulation techniques, developing decision support systems for the risk management of renewable energy projects, developing sustainable infrastructure buildings using computer vision (CV) and building information modelling (BIM), and enhancing the resiliency of infrastructure buildings using stochastic multi-agent simulation. He also conducted research on the theory of AI and simulation techniques, including natural language processing, computer vision, and agent-based modelling. Dr. Gerami Seresht’s research findings have been published in several peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters, and conference papers.

Throughout his acadmic career, Dr. Gerami Seresht was involved in collaborative research projects with industry leaders and thrived to apply the most advanced techniques to solve the challenges that the construction industry faces with in real-world engineering practice. For the past 10 years, he collaborated with several industry partners ranging from small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to internaitonal mega-organizations in differnet industry sectors. Dr. Gerami Seresht continues to have a strong interest in partnering with industry leaders to find practical and innovative solutions to issues in the field of construction engineering and management. If you are interested in collaborating with him, please reach out to him at nima.gerami@northumbria.ac.uk.

 

Dr. Gerami Seresht’s current research projects involve:

  • Develop a smart simulation framework for construction modelling using AI-enabled data analytics and simulation;
  • Develop an open-source simulation framework for modelling the spread of infectious diseases in indoor spaces;
  • Minimize the carbon footprint of infrastructure buildings using CV and BIM;
  • Analyze and enhance the resilience of infrastructures using smart simulation; and
  • Modelling, simulating, optimizing sustainable and resilient smart cities by smart simulation and AI techniques.

Research interests

Dr. Gerami Seresht’s current research projects involve:

  • Develop a smart simulation framework for construction modelling using AI-enabled data analytics and simulation;
  • Develop an open-source simulation framework for modelling the spread of infectious diseases in indoor spaces;
  • Minimize the carbon footprint of infrastructure buildings using CV and BIM;
  • Analyze and enhance the resilience of infrastructures using smart simulation; and
  • Modelling, simulating, optimizing sustainable and resilient smart cities by smart simulation and AI techniques.

Education/Academic qualification

Construction Managment, PhD

22 Dec 201731 Dec 2099

Award Date: 22 Dec 2017

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