Lambertville, NJ, June 25, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Dr. Mohammadi received his Doctorate in Materials Engineering from Rutgers University in the area of piezoelectric actuators and sensors. He joined ACI in 2001 and since worked as a senior research scientist and later as the Director of Research and Development leading numerous projects in the field. He currently serves as a member of the Executive Committee Management Team. Dr. Mohammadi has served as the principal investigator for numerous DoD-funded projects including “Energy Harvesting for Wireless Network Systems” and “Radomes for Hyper Speed Missile Radomes.” His research interests include piezoelectric sensors and actuators, energy harvesting systems, ferroelectric single crystals, piezoelectric composites, and advanced structural ceramics. He is a member of The American Ceramic Society, Materials Research Society, Ultrasonics, and Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control Society of IEEE. He has several patents and published numerous peerreviewed journals.
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