Saeid Amirzadeh is a Work Study Student in the Digital Humanities and Cinema Iranica projects. Saeid is also a PhD student in the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department at the University of Toronto. His doctoral research centers on creating a Digital-Twin to optimize the continuous casting process in steel industries. Saeid initiated his academic journey at Isfahan University of Technology, delving into Digitized Heat Transfer for electronics cooling, and later earned his master’s degree from the same institution, focusing on Angiogenesis in the retina caused by diabetic rethinopathies, through numerical simulation. His diverse background includes expertise in computational science, data science, and High Performance Computing, allowing him to tackle interdisciplinary challenges with ingenuity and precision.
Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering & The Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations